Walter Supper / Sweelinck*, Steigleder*, Buxtehude*, Pachelbel*, Bruhns*, Walther*, Bach*, Simon* ‎– Monuments Of Baroque Organ Music

Renaissance (6) ‎– SX-202
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono

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A1 Variations On "Mein Junges Leben Hat Ein End"
Composed By – Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
B1 Partita On The Chorale "Jesu, Meine Freude"
Composed By – Johann Gottfried Walther
B2 Toccata And Fugue In F Major
Composed By – Dieterich Buxtehude
C1 Fantasia In A Minor
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
C2 Ricercare No. XII In C Major
Composed By – Johann Ulrich Steigleder
C3 Partita On The Chorale "Was Gott Tut, Das Ist Wohlgetan"
Composed By – Johann Pachelbel
D1 Prelude And Fugue In B-Flat Major
Composed By – Johann Kaspar Simon
D2 Fantasia In G Minor
Composed By – Johann Pachelbel
D3 Prelude And Fugue In E Minor (No.3)
Composed By – Nikolaus Bruhns



Original USA pressing 2LP heavy vinyl records in hard cardboard sleeve.
Dr. Walter Supper organist and organ designer, currator of early organs in the State of Würtemberg.

Gabler organ in Ochenhausen (1729)
Gabler organ in Weingarten (1737-1750)
Riepp organ in Ottobeuren (1754-1766)
Holzhey organ in Rot an der Rot (1785-1786)