Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio’s für die Orgel

Posted on Apr 7th, 2016

Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim (1719 – 1780) was a German musician. He attended the Thomasschule in Leipzig from 1733 to 1736, and, like other…

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Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio 1 in G dur

Posted on Jul 21st, 2015

Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim (1719 - 1780) was a German musician. He attended the Thomasschule in Leipzig from 1733 to 1736, and, like other…

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Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio 2 in G dur

Posted on Sep 14th, 2015

Mohrheim wrote 7 Trio's for organ. The first was published a few weeks ago. This is the second Trio. The rest will follow in the coming weeks. The…

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Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio 3 in g moll

Posted on Sep 19th, 2015

Mohrheim's third Trio in g moll is probably the best known of his 7 Trio's. It is set up as a three voice fugue. The trickiest point in the score is…

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Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio 4 in A dur

Posted on Sep 24th, 2015

Mohrheim's fourth Trio in A dur is the most elongated of his 'free' Trio's. The remaining three are based on chorale melodies. The recording was…

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Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio 5 in C dur (“Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott”)

Posted on Oct 5th, 2015

The last three Trio's by Mohrheim are based on chorale melodies. They are not real Trio's in that it is music for just three voices. This fifth trio…

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Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio 6 in a moll (“Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten”)

Posted on Oct 17th, 2015

Just as the fifth, the sixth Trio by Mohrheim is not a real Trio at all. It is actually a four voice piece, based on the well known melody of the…

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Friedrich Christian Samuel Mohrheim, Trio 7 in g moll (“Jesu der du meine Seele”)

Posted on Oct 23rd, 2015

This last Trio by Mohrheim is, just like the preceding two, more a chorale prelude than a real Trio. This one is based on the melody of the chorale…

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