Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1814 – 1788) was the second surviving son of Johann Sebastian Bach and his first wife, Maria Barbara Bach. Carl Philipp Emanuel was one of the best keyboard players of his time. He composed for the clavichord in prolific amounts, but not much of his music was intended for the organ. One of the least known works (at least to me) is the Trio in d minor. I forgot to check for this piece. So it was only after studying and recording the piece that I found out there is already a score available. O, well, now there are two…

The recording was done on the sample set of the Müller-organ in the Sint Bavokerk in Haarlem by Voxus Organs for Hauptwerk.

BW: Baarpijp 8′, Dolceaan 8′ (LH)
HW: Bourdon 16′
RW: Holpijp 8′, Fluitdouce 4′ (RH)
Ped: Holpijp 8′

pdf_iconBach, Trio d moll




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