This Choral prelude on "Jesus Christus unser Heiland, der den Tod uberwand" is transcribed from a manuscript (Mus.ms. 22541 III) owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. The choral melody is in the bass line, in this recording played on the Prestant 8' and Trumpet 8' of the pedal. The recording was.

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Johann Peter Kellner (1705 – 1772) was a German organist and composer. He was the father of Johann Christoph Kellner. It is known that he knew Johann Sebastian Bach, though it is not known whether he was taught by him. He made many manuscript copies of keyboard and organ works.

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This chorale prelude is the second by Buttstett on the chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden in the manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III, owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. The choral melody is in the bass line, in this recording played on the Trumpet 8' of the pedal. The recording was done on.

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This chorale prelude is the second by Vetter on the chorale Christ lag in Todesbanden in the manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III, owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - PK . It is a fughette on the first line of the chorale melody. The recording was done on the sample set of.

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Andreas Nicolaus Vetter (1666-1734) was born in Herschdorf. He studied with Georg Caspar Wecker in Nuremberg and later with Johann Pachelbell in Erfurt. In 1690 he became organist of the Predigerkirche, but he didn't stay long. In 1691 Vetter went to Rudolstadt to take up a position as castle organist..

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Johann Bernhard Bach (1676 - 1749) was second cousin to Johann Sebastian Bach. He was organist in Eisenach, and there he worked a few years together with Georg Philipp Telemann. Most of his organ works we know today survived in copies by one of his pupils, Johann Gottfried Walter. The.

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Julius André, Trio A Dur

Date: March 23,  2015

Julius André was a German pianist, organist, and composer from a musical family of French origin in Offenbach, Germany. He was born at Offenbach on June 4, 1808 and died at Frankfurt am Main, on April 17, 1880. This Trio is transcribed from a manuscript (Mus.ms.autogr. Andre, Jul. 1 N),.

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Johann Heinrich Buttstett was born in 1666 in Bindersleben and died in Erfurt in 1727. He was a pupil of Johann Pachelbel. In 1691 he became organist at the Predigerkirche in Erfurt. Buttstett was somewhat acclaimed as a teacher during his years at the Predigerkirche, surrounding himself with a circle.

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Georg Friedrich Kauffmann (1679 – 1735) was a Baroque composer and organist from southern Germany. He studied with Buttstett and Alberti. Later in life he was teacher of Georg Böhm. The work presented here is just one of numerous chorals Kauffmann composed. The recording was done on the sample set of.

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Philipp Tietz, Fantasie opus 38

Date: March 16,  2015

A lively piece that could serve well as a sortie after service. The recording was done on the sample set of the Van Dam organ (1832) from Tholen by Voxus Organs for Hauptwerk Score: Fantasie, op..

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Philipp Tietz, Pastorale

Date: February 26,  2015

A soft flowing piece by a virtually unknown composer. The recording was done on the sample set of the Van Dam organ (1832) from Tholen by Voxus Organs for Hauptwerk Score: Read More

Philipp Tietz, Andante Sostenuto

Date: February 22,  2015

Philipp Tietz (1816 -1878) was organist in Hannover. There must be more to him than just this small fact, but I can't find anything. Nevertheless, this is a charming little piece. The recording was done on the sample set of the Van Dam organ (1832) from Tholen by Voxus Organs.

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Transcribed from a manuscript (Mus.ms.autogr. Ringk, J. 2 M) owned by the Staat- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden. The recording was done on the sample set of the Van Dam organ (1832) from Tholen by Voxus Organs for Hauptwerk Score: Kittel, Wer nur den lieben Gott MP3:.

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Johann Christian Kittel (1732 – 1809) was one of the last students of Johann Sebastian Bach. Though his work is noticeably influenced by the galant style, his forms are mainly based on examples by Bach. This piece is based on an old Christmas hymn. After an introduction the melody is presented.

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Heinrich Henkel, Trio für Orgel

Date: February 16,  2015

Heinrich Henkel (16 February 1822 – 10 April 1899) was a German composer who studied with Johann Anton André at Offenbach am Main. Later in live he helped found the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt. Although he wrote numerous works, both instrumental and vocal, not much is in print nowadays. This Trio.

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