E. Power Biggs ‎– 24 Historic Organs In 8 Countries Covering 7 Centuries Of Music By 24 Composers

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Columbia Masterworks ‎– MG 31207
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Gatefold
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Germany
A1 Prelude And Fugue In G Minor
Composed By – Dieterich Buxtehude
7:11
A2 Two Chorale Preludes: "Lobt Gott, Ihr Christen, Allzugleich"; "Von Himmel Hoch Da Komm Ich Her"
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
2:26
A3 Aus "Venuskränzlein"
Composed By – Johann Hermann Schein
0:34
A4 Chorale Prelude: "Sonne Der Gerechtigkeit"
Composed By – Ernst Pepping
0:58
A5 Chorale Prelude: "Freuet Euch, Ihr Christen Alle"
Composed By – Ernst Pepping
1:45
France (Alsace)
A6 Basse De Trompette, From Second Livre D'Orgue
Composed By – Nicolas Le Bègue
1:00
A7 Fanfare (La Triomphante, Dixième Ordre); Rondeau, Bruit De Guerre (La Triomphante, Dixième Ordre)
Composed By – François Couperin
3:35
A8 Offertoire Sur Les Grand Jeux (Messe Pour Les Couvents De Réligieux Et Réligieuses)
Composed By – François Couperin
6:17
Switzerland
B1 Hec Dies (Organum), From Codex Wolfenbüttel 677 / Organ Estampie, From The Robertsbridge Codex
Composed By – Anonymous, Leoninus*
3:31
B2 Passacaglia In G Minor, From Messe Du Deuxième Ton / Trumpet In Dialogue, From Premier Livre D'Orgue
Composed By – André Raison, Louis-Nicolas Clérambault
3:52
B3 Toccata In D Minor
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
2:58
England
B4 The Agincourt Hymn A.D. 1415 (Melody Attributed To Dunstable)
Composed By – John Dunstable
1:30
B5 A Ground In Gamut
Composed By – Henry Purcell
2:18
B6 Packington's Pound
Composed By – Anonymous
0:58
B7 Allegro, "Concert In Echo"
Composed By – John Stanley (2)
2:45
B8 Sonata From "The Triumph Of Time And Truth"
Composed By – Georg Friedrich Händel
3:41
Holland
C1 Fantasia In F Minor (K. 608)
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
11:30
C2 Toccata In D Minor, "Dorian"
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
4:47
C3 Partita: "Meinen Jesum Lass Ich Nicht"
Composed By – Johann Gottfried Walther
5:27
C4 Fugue In C Major, "Fanfare"
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
2:38
Spain
D1 The Emperor's Fanfare 2:21
D2 Batalla Imperial
Composed By – Juan Cabanilles
5:06
D3 (16th Century) Fabordon
Composed By – Anonymous
0:21
D4 Lo Ballo Dell' Intorcia
Composed By – Antonio Valente
1:23
Italy
D5 Two Galliards (A Minor - G Minor)
Composed By – Girolamo Frescobaldi
2:10
D6 Variazioni Sopra La Follia / Offertorio
Composed By – Bernardo Pasquini, Domenico Zipoli
3:46
Austria
D7 Concerto No. 2 In C Major For Organ, Strings, Trumpets And Timpani (First Movement - Moderato)
Composed By – Franz Joseph Haydn*
5:06
D8 Festival Sonata No. 14 In C Major (K. 278) For Organ And Orchestra
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
3:47

Credits

Notes

Library of Congress catalog card number 72-752815 applies to MG 31207.

A1: Preformed on the "Böhm" organ in St. John's Church, Lüneburg. Builder: Jasper Johannsen (1549)
A2: Performed on the organ in St. Cosmae Church, Stade. Builder: Berendt Huus / Arp Schnitger (1669-1973); Arp Schnitger (1688)
A3: Performed on the organ in the Parish Church, Lüdingworth. Builder: Antonius Wilde (1598-1603); Arp Schnitger (1682-1683)
A4: Performed on the organ in St. Ludgeri Church, Norden. Builder: Arp Schitger (1686-1688)
A5: Performed on the organ in the Abbey Church, Ebersmunster. Builder: Andreas Silbermann (1710)
A6: Performed on the organ in the Abbey Church, Marmoutier. Builder: Andreas Silbermann / Johann Andreas Silbermann (1730)
A7: Performed on the "Handel" organ in the Abbey Church, Marmoutier. Builder: Andreas Silbermann / Johann Andreas Silbermann (1730)
B1: Performed on the oldest playable organ in the world, in the Mediaeval Church of Nôtre Dame de Valère, Sion. Builder: unknown (Built in 1390); Matthias Carlen (1718)
B2 and B3: Performed on the organ in the Cathedral of Arlesheim, Arlesheim. Builder: Johann Andreas Silbermann (1761)
B4: Performed on the organ in Adlington Hall, Macclesfield, Cheshire. Builder: Attributed to "Father" Bernard Smith (c. 1670)
B5: Performed on the organ in the Chapel of Staunton Harold, Staunton Harold, Leicestershire. Builder: Attruted to "Father" Bernard Smith (c. 1660
B6: Performed on the organ a duplicate of an ancient instrument build by Noel P. Mander.
B7: Performed on the "Handel" organ in the Parich Church of St. James, Great Packington, Warwickshire. Builder: Richard Bridge (1749).
C1: Performed on the "Mozart" organ in the Great Church of St. Bavo, Haarlem. Builder: Christian Müller (1735-1738)
C2: Performed on the organ in the Great Church of St. Michael, Zwolle. Builder: Arp Schnitger / Franz Caspar Schnitger (1719-1721)
C3: Performed on the organ in the Great Church of St. Laurens, Alkmaar. Builder: Germer Van Hagerbeer (1639-1646); Franz Caspar Schnitger (1723-1726)
C4: Performed on the organ in the Dutch Reformed Church, Uithuizen. Buider: Arp Schnitger (1750)
D1: Performed on the 18th century "Emperor's" organ in the Cathedral of Toldeo. Builder: unknown.
D2: Performed on the organ in the Cathedral of Segovia. Builder: unknown, 18th century.
D3: Performed on the 18th century organ in the Cathedral of Salamanca. Builder: unknown
D4: Performed on the Jorge Bosch Bernat-Veri organ in the Royal Palace, Madrid (1778).
D5: Performed on the Lorenzo di Giacomo da Prato organ in the Basilica di San Petronio, Bologna (1471-1475)
D6: Performed on the organ in the Chiesa di San Carlo, Brescia. Builder: Antegnati (1636)
D7 and D8: Performed on the "Haydn" organ in Stadtpfarrkirche, Eisenstadt. Builder: George Mallon

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