A Dozen Will Do

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Sunday, September 26, 2010

On this edition of Pipedreams: modest instruments can achieve maximal satisfaction, as proven by these organs which posses no more than twelve stops each.

Program details:

MARC ANTONIO CAVAZZONI: Ricercare --Ingemar Melchersson (1475 da Prato/Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna, Italy) Christophorus 77141

HEINRICH FINCK: Ich wird erlost --Florian Pagitsch (1613 Rottenburger/Filialkirche, Torren, Austria) Dabringhaus & Grimm 319 0990

J.S. BACH: Fugue No. 1, fr The Art of Fugue –Luc Beauséjour (1866 Mitchell & Forté/Église du Gesu, Montréal, Québec, Canada) OHS CD-99

JOHANN PACHELBEL: Magnificat Fugue No. 11. BALDASSARRE GALUPPI: Allegro, from Sonata in d –Catherine Todorovski (1876 Warren/St. George’s Anglican Church, Clarenceville, Quebec, Canada) OHS CD-99

SIETZE de VRIES: Improvised Variations on Ave Maria zart --Sietze de Vries (2002 Kögler/Waldhausen Parish, Germany) Kögler 0708

JOSEPH JONGEN: Menuet-Scherzo, Op. 53, no. 2 –Leonhard Amselgruber (1905 Mutin-Cavaillé-Coll/Zaitzkofen Seminary, Germany) Psallite CD-60331

ALEXANDRE-PIERRE FRANÇOIS BOËLY: Fantasy and Fugue in B-flat –Leonhard Amselgruber (1905 Mutin-Cavaillé-Coll/Zaitzkofen Seminary, Germany) Psallite CD-60331

J.S. BACH: Organ Concerto in D, BWV 1053 –Insieme Strumentale di Roma, Giorgio Sasso, conductor; Salvatore Carchiolo (1999 Deblieck portative) Stradivarius 33825

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