Gustav Leonhardt / Scheidemann, Schildt, Bruhns, Böhm, J. S. Bach - The Arp Schnitger Organ at St. Jacobi, Hamburg album flac
Title: The Arp Schnitger Organ at St. Jacobi, Hamburg
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Gustav Leonhardt, Scheidemann, Schildt, Bruhns, Böhm, J. S. Bach – The Arp Schnitger Organ at St. Jacobi, Hamburg. Label: Sony Classical – SK 66262. Composed By – Anonymous (tracks: 9), Georg Böhm (tracks: 11, 12), Heinrich Scheidemann (tracks: 1 to 7), Johann Sebastian Bach (tracks: 13 to 15), Melchior Schildt (tracks: 8), Nicolaus Bruhns (tracks: 10). Organ – Gustav Leonhardt. North German Original Masters Track 9 by "Anonymous (Netherlands, c. 1630).
Profile: German church in Hamburg, built around 1350, it includes a famous Arp-Schnitger-Organ from 1693 which is the largest remaining baroque organ in Northern Europe, it was restored in 1989. Gustav Leonhardt, Scheidemann, Schildt, Bruhns, Böhm, J. Bach - The Arp Schnitger Organ at St. Jacobi, Hamburg (CD).
Heinrich Scheidemann. 2. Praeambulum for organ No. 4 in D minor. Heinrich Scheidemann. 3. 3 in D minor. 4. Jesu, du wolltest uns weisen, for organ (intavolation after Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi). 5. Benedicam Domino, for organ (intavolation after Hieronymus Praetorius). 11. Gelobet Seist Du, Jesu Christ, chorale for organ. 12. Christ Lag in Todesbanden, chorale for organ. 13. Fantasia for organ in B minor, BWV 563 (BC J43). Johann Sebastian Bach.
The St. Jocobi organ was first completed in 1693 by the master German organ builder Arp Schnitger. The instrument suffered loss of some of its parts during the World Wars but most of it was carefully stored out of reach of the bombs that destroyed the church building during WWII. Now the organ lives again in its 17th century glory thanks to a diligent restoration carried out by experts. It is played wonderfully by Gustav Leonhardt. The music on this recording is truly sublime and favors our ears as it is played on an organ known to some of the composers featured.
Gustav Leonhardt made his debut in as a harpsichordist in Vienna in 1950. After studying musicology there, he served as professor of harpsichord at the Academy of Music from 1952 to 1955. He was professor of harpsichord at the Amsterdam Conservatory from 1954. He was also active as a church organist there. Gustav Leonhardt made his first recordings of solo harpsichord music by . Bach in the early 1950’s. These quickly established his reputation as an outstanding Bach interpreter
The Arp Schnitger Organ at St. Jakobi, Hamburg. Scheidemann, Schildt, Bruhns, Böhm, Bach; Gustav Leonhardt. Complete Organ Works. Melchior Schildt, Peter Morhard; Friedhelm Flamme. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups. Sort name: Schildt, Melchior.
The organ in St. Jacobi Church, Hamburg (St James' Church), was built in 1689 – 1693 by the renowned organ builder Arp Schnitger. The organ boasts four manuals and pedal with 60 stops - of which 15 are reeds - and totalling approximately 4000 sounding pipes.
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|1||–Heinrich Scheidemann||Praeambulum No. 5 in D|
|2||–Heinrich Scheidemann||Praeambulum No. 4 in D|
|3||–Heinrich Scheidemann||Praeambulum No. 3 in D|
|4||–Heinrich Scheidemann||Jesu, Du Wolltest Uns Weisen (Intavolation After Work Of Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi)|
|5||–Heinrich Scheidemann||Benedicam Domino (Intavolation After Work Of Hieronymus Praetorius)|
|6||–Heinrich Scheidemann||In Dich Hab Ich Gehoffet, Herr|
|7||–Heinrich Scheidemann||Magnificat VI. Toni|
|8||–Melchior Schildt||Allein Gott In Der Hoh Sei Ehr|
|9||–Anonymous||3 Variations On Psalm 23 "Mein Hütter Undt Mein Hirrt"|
|10||–Nicolaus Bruhns*||Praeludium In A Minor (Played In D Minor)|
|11||–Georg Böhm||Gelobet Seist Du, Jesu Christ|
|12||–Georg Böhm||Christ Lag In Todesbanden|
|13||–Johann Sebastian Bach||Fantasia Und Imitatio In B-Minor BWV 363|
|14||–Johann Sebastian Bach||Fantasia In B-Minor BWV Anh. 205 (Anh. II 45)|
|15||–Johann Sebastian Bach||Sonata In A-Minor BWV 967|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Classical GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Sony Classical GmbH
- Recorded At – St. Jacobi, Hamburg
- Composed By – Anonymous (tracks: 9), Georg Böhm (tracks: 11, 12), Heinrich Scheidemann (tracks: 1 to 7), Johann Sebastian Bach (tracks: 13 to 15), Melchior Schildt (tracks: 8), Nicolaus Bruhns* (tracks: 10)
- Organ – Gustav Leonhardt
NotesNorth German Original Masters
Track 9 by "Anonymous (Netherlands, c. 1630)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5099706626220
- Other: 01-066262-10
- Other: CB 841
- Other: CDK
- Other: CF