The second Preludium by Kellner, transcribed from manuscript Mus.ms. 11544 owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. That manuscript has, I think, a bar missing. Bar 27 in the score (below) is substituted by me; omit it if you want to play the version as it is in the manuscript. The recording.

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The second prelude by Kauffmann on Komm heiliger Geist, Herre Gott in manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin The recording was done the sampleset, made by Organ Art Media, of the Arp Schnitger organ in Steinkirchen. The Gedackt 8' and the Krumhorn 8' are used, together.

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Michael David Samuel Gattermann (1748 - 1829) was Kantor in the St. Petri Kirche in Berlin and taught at the Kolnische Gymnasium. He was a pupil of Johann Philipp Kirnberger. He was an educated musician with particular interest for church music. The choral prelude Komm o komm, du Geist des.

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The chorale prelude Was Gott tut dass ist wohlgetan can found in manuscript Mus.1-U-514, owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. It is just over a minute long, so it's one of the shortest chorale preludes around. The recording was done on the sample set of the Van Dam organ (1832).

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The chorale prelude Nun freut euch, Gottes Kinder (found in manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III, owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin) has the same registration as Komm heiliger Geist, Herre Gott: Fagott 16', Quintadeen 8' and Principal 4'. That's not a combination of stops that's readily available on most organs. On.

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The chorale prelude Komm heiliger Geist, Herre Gott was transcribed from from manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III, owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. The recording was done on the sample set of the Silbermann organ of the Stadtkirche Zöblitz by Prospectum. Kaufmann prescribes a unusual registration for this piece: Fagott.

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Johann Tobias Krebs, Trio c moll

Date: April 16,  2015

Johann Tobias Krebs (1690-1762) was a German baroque composer and organist. He studied with both Johann Gottfried Walter and with Johann Sebastian Bach. In 1710 he was appointed Kantor and organist at Buttelstedt, near Weimar, and in 1721 he became organist and headmaster at nearby Buttstädt, where he remained until.

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Another of the chorales preludes by Telemann to be found in manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. It is a bicinium and though it may look simple, it is not. The recording was done on the sample set of the Van Dam organ (1832) from Tholen by.

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Another one of the Telemann chorale preludes to be found in manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. A somewhat dark prelude for a festive occasion. The recording was done on the sample set of the Silbermann organ of the Stadtkirche Zöblitz by Prospectum. Score Telemann, Erschienen.

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This is the second Choral prelude on "Christ lag in Todesbanden" to be found in manuscript Mus.ms. 22541 III owned by the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. The recording was done on the sample set of the Van Dam organ (1832) from Tholen by Voxus Organs for Hauptwerk Score Telemann, Christ.

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Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767) was a German Baroque composer and multi-instrumentalist. After studying in Magdeburg, Zellerfeld, and Hildesheim, Telemann entered the University of Leipzig to study law, but eventually settled on a career in music. He held important positions in Leipzig, Sorau, Eisenach, and Frankfurt before settling in Hamburg in.

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Dietrich Buxtehude (1637/39 - 1707) was a Danish-German organist and composer. For the last forty years of his life he worked in Lübeck, where he was organist at the large Mariairche. Buxtehude was the greatest composer of the northern European Baroque in the period between Heinrich Schütz and J.S..

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Philip Tietz, Adagio

Date: April 10,  2015

Again a charming little piece of an allmost unknown composer. Though the piece is small, the composer asks for three manuals. A nice echo play in slow moving lines. Great to show of some of the colours of an organ. The recording was done on the demo sample set of the.

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Johann Nikolaus Hanff (1663–1711) was a North German organist and composer. Little is known about his early life. Till 1696 he lived in Hamburg where he was a music teacher. By his own saying, Johann Mattheson was one of them. From 1696 Hanff was organist at the Eutiner Hof of.

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Johann Kuhnau, Auf meinen lieben Gott

Date: April 08,  2015

Johann Kuhnau (1660-1722) was a German composer and, later in life, Thomaskantor in Leipzig. He studied music in Dresden with Kittel (Caspar) and Krüger. He came to Leipzig in 1682 where he succeeded Kühnel as organist at St. Thomas's in 1684. In 1700 he was made musical director of the.

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