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  1. rogbi200

    All of Bach

    Forgive me if this has been posted previously, but the website http://allofbach.com/en/ is gradually cataloging performances of all of J.S.Bach's works, and among the music already available is quite a bit of organ music, not just video performances but background notes and introductory videos by the performers as well. It is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society. Well worth a look.
  2. Last Sunday I attended Cameron Carpenter’s all-Bach recital at a packed Berlin Philharmonie. Carpenter made ample use of all the resources of the large Schuke organ, which includes two stage divisions with visible sets of shutters on either side of the choir seats. There was a printed programme, which however just contained an essay on Bach’s organ music in general. Carpenter was to announce his programme on the spot, in English (having lived in Berlin for several years now, he deemed his German “still terrible”). He entered to big applause, hopped on the bench and started immediately with
  3. Last Sunday I attended Cameron Carpenter’s all-Bach recital at a packed Berlin Philharmonie. Carpenter made ample use of all the resources of the large [link=http://www.schuke-berlin.de/img/Download/Berlin%20Philharmonie.pdf]Schuke organ[/link], which includes two stage divisions with visible sets of shutters on either side of the choir seats. There was a printed programme, which however just contained an essay on Bach’s organ music in general. Carpenter was to announce his programme on the spot, in English (having lived in Berlin for several years now, he deemed his German “still terrible
  4. Hello all… I have a query regarding the RCO exams and Baroque performance. As most people are aware, one of the pieces you pick has to be by Bach – Baroque. There is also a whole list of other Early Music works to pick from the Renaissance to the Baroque Now in my eyes, there are two ways of playing Early Music This way is stylistically accurate and utilises traditional Early fingering and pedalling indication, traditional Early Music registrations, and traditional phrasing and articulation. To pull off the performance, the student has maybe played authentic instruments of the period
  5. Cranleigh School Chapel, Surrey Tuesday 31 January 2012 7.30pm Resident organist, Philip Scriven, plays a selection of Bach on the new Mander organ BWV 582 Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor BWV 230 Motet: Lobet den Herrn BWV 659 Chorale Prelude: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland BWV 244 Aria: Ich will bei meinen Jesu wachen (from 'St Matthew Passion') BWV 564 Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major INTERVAL BWV542 Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor (The 'Great') BWV147 "Jesu, Joy of man's desiring" from Cantata 147 BWV622 Chorale Prelude: O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß BWV244 Chor
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