The fact that this piece once was numbered as BWV Anh II 47 means that is was considered to be possibly a piece by Bach. Later it was established that it was in fact written by Johann Peter Kellner. The misattribution to J.S. Bach however is understandable. Kellner wrote an effective piece based on this famous melody, with long flowing lines, superb voice leading and coloufull embelishments.

The first recording was done on the sample set of the Bader-organ in the Walburgiskerk in Zutphen by Sonus Paradisi for Hauptwerk. The second recording was done with the sampleset, made by Organ Art Media, of the Arp Schnitger organ in Steinkirchen.

Registration Zutphen
BW: Baarpijp 8′, Vox Humana 8′
HW: Prestant 8′, Holpijp 8′
Ped: Subbas 8′, Gedekt 8′

Registration Steinkirchen
Ow: Gedackt 8′, Rohrflöt 4′, Krumphorn 8′
HW: Principal 8′, Trompet 8′
Ped: Subbas 16′, Octav 8′

pdf_iconKellner, Herzlich tut mich verlangen

MP3 (Zutphen):

MP3 (Steinkirchen):

Genre: ,


Add Comment