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BUXTEHUDE, Dietrich - Composers

   Found CDs: 30

Composer: BUXTEHUDE, Dietrich ((1637-1707))
His/her music:
He wrote especially organ music: twenty Praeludium (Preludes and Fugues/Fugal works), Canzoni, Fantasias, Choral-Preludes and Variations on Chorales; 19 Suites and harpsichord pieces. Wrote also chamber music (two books of Sonatas for violin, viola da gamba and cembalo published on 1969), 116 cantatas, mottetti.
(Contribution by Alessandro Simonetto)

His/her life:
Danish composer and organist, Buxtehude probably studied with his father, Johann Buxtehude. Was organist at the S. Maria church in Lubecca (Germany). Admiring by Johann Sebastian Bach, Buxtehude was together to Sweelinck the greater exponent of the German organ school of the north.
(Contribution by Alessandro Simonetto)

Ciaccona vel Passagagli - Manuel Tomadin, organ, Vol. 1

Ciaccona vel Passagagli - Manuel Tomadin, organ, Vol. 1
ID: BAR2013-01
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Baroque
Subcollection: Organ

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Kei Koito - Organ Works: Buxtehude, J.S. Bach, Tunder, Praetorius and etc...

Kei Koito - Organ Works: Buxtehude, J.S. Bach, Tunder, Praetorius and etc...
ID: CLAVES502704-06
CDs: 3
Type: CD
Collection: Organ Collection

Dietrich Buxtehude died 300 years ago. This North German, 17 years older than Johann Sebastian Bach, was one of the major figures in the 17th century, particularly in the areas of organ and sacred music. Japanese organist Kei Koto, who is professor at the Lausanne Conservatory and author of a number of superb recordings (consecrated particularly to Bach), makes her debut for Claves with a magnificent triple album featuring the organ music of the master from Lübeck; the recordings were made on five historic organs in Northern Europe (Hamburg, Roskilde, Groningen, Payerne and Tangermünde) between the end of 2006 and September 2007. In order to increase interest in this anthology, she has added a CD centering around Buxtehude’s “Magnificat” for organ and similar works by illustrious predecessors and contemporaries. The texts in the accompanying booklet were written by eminent French specialist Gilles Cantagrel, whose biography about the German musician that was published by Fayard in 2006 already has earned recognition as a standard work.
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Dietrich Buxtehude - Membra Jesu Nostri

Dietrich Buxtehude - Membra Jesu Nostri
ID: COR16082
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Sacred Music

Buxtehude’s cantata cycle, Membra Jesu Nostri, is a unique work. Based on texts from a medieval Latin hymn, ‘Salve mundi salutare’, the cycle contains seven cantatas each dedicated to a different part of Christ’s crucified body. The texts are based on the concept of an observer contemplating Christ’s body on the cross starting with his feet and moving up to his knees, hands, side, breast, heart and finally his head. Buxtehude plays cleverly with musical colours and textures and changes the mixture of voices and instruments to dramatic effect as the work develops.

Recording information: St Jude's Church, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, Engl (02/07/2000-02/09/2000)

Originally recorded for and released on Linn Records.
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Buxtehude, Scheidemann, Bach, Vivaldi - Feodor Stroganov - organ

 Buxtehude, Scheidemann, Bach, Vivaldi - Feodor Stroganov - organ
ID: CR027
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Organ Collection

Feodor Stroganov, one of the most interesting young Russian organists and composers, was born in Moscow in 1968. In 1984-88 he was the student of the musical college under the Moscow Conservatoire in the classes of theory of music, composition and organ.
In 1988, Feodor Stroganov entered the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire as a composer in the class of professor Albert Leman. He also continued his studies as an organist. In 1992 - 1993 he worked on probation at the Paris National Conservatoire as organist and composer under the guidance of Michel Shapuis and Olivier Latry.
In 1993 Feodor Stroganov graduated from the Moscow Conservatoire and started a post-graduate course at the department of composition (under professor Leman); later, in 1995, he became a postgraduate as an organist under the guidance of professor Natalia Gureeva.
Feodor started his career of a soloist when he was still a student. He took part in many concerts, playing works of baroque and romantic music as well as his own compositions. He participated in many famous festivals like "Moscow autumn", "Musicarte", Haydn Festival in Esterhaz, Mozart Festival in Wurzburg, “Viret Strings” in San Francisco and others. Feodor Stroganov was awarded a diploma at the International Mikhael Tariverdiev Organ Contest (2001), the Moscow Composition Contest (2002) and became a prize-winner of the International Organ Competition in Volgograd (2002).
Feodor Stroganov gives concerts in Moscow's most important and prestigious concert halls, tours extensively in Russia and abroad.
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Organs of Edinburgh - Foreword by Alexander McCall Smith

Organs of Edinburgh  - Foreword by Alexander McCall Smith
ID: DCD34100
CDs: 4
Collection: Organ Collection
Subcollection: Organ

Various Artists

Edinburgh's churches and concert halls are home to a rich variety of pipe organs. Open this lavishly-scaled book (30cm x 27cm) and step into a world of glorious architecture and fascinating history. In amongst these 100 pages twenty-two of the city's most notable instruments and their venues are surveyed in full colour. Meanwhile 12 illustrious players - all with deep-rooted Edinburgh connections - demonstrate the full range and versatility of these instruments on the four accompanying CDs. The full gamut of the repertoire is here, and Edinburgh's organs have the voices to match. Isn't it time to lift the veil from some of the closest-guarded treasures of one of the world's great cities? Only 2,000 numbered copies will ever be made available; demand for these is very high, so please place your order early to avoid dissapointment.

Track Listing:


Usher Hall - John Kitchen
1 Percy Whitlock (1903-1946) Sonata in C minor - i. Grave
2 Alfred Hollins (1865-1942), Evening Rest

St Cuthbert’s Parish Church - Thomas Laing-Reilly
3 Eugène Gigout (1844-1925) Grand Choeur dialogué (no 6 from Six Pièces)
4 Jean Langlais (1907-1991) Méditation (no 4 from Suite Médiévale, Op
5 Louis Vierne (1870-1937) Carillon de Westminster (no 6 from Pièces de Fantaisie, Op 54)

Palmerston Place Church - Andrew Caskie
6 Dieterich Buxtehude (c.1637-1707) toccata in F, BuxWV157
7 George Baker (b. 1951) Berceuse Paraphrase
8 William Mathias (1934-1992) Fanfare

St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral - Duncan Ferguson
9 Herbert Howells (1892-1983) Master Tallis’s Testament (no 3 from Six Pieces)
10 Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) Fantasy 5 ‘Veni Emmanuel’ (from Six Fantasies on Hymn Tunes, Op 72)
11 Maurice Duruflé (1902-1986) Choral varié (from Prélude, adagio et choral varié sur le thème de ‘Veni Creator’, Op 4)

Freemasons’ Hall - Timothy Byram-Wigfield
12 Judith Bingham (b. 1952) St Bride, assisted by angels

Total playing time [78:42]


Freemasons’ Hall - Timothy Byram-Wigfield
1 W. Battison Haynes (1859-1900) introduction and Variations on a Ground Bass

St Andrew’s and St George’s West Parish Church, George Street - Michael Harris
2 Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780) Fantasia sopra ‘Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend’
3 Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck (1770-1846), Six Variations on a theme of Corelli, Op 56

Broughton St Mary’s Parish Church - John Kitchen
4 C. Hubert H. Parry (1848-1918) Elegy for April 7, 1913
5 Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847) Prelude and Fugue in d minor, Op 37 no 3

St Thomas’ Junction Road Parish Church, Leith - Peter Backhouse
6 Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924) Prelude in F (no 1 from Six Short Preludes and Postludes, Set 1, Op 101)
7 Edward Bairstow (1874-1946) Evening Song
8 Charles Villiers Stanford Postlude in G minor (no 2 from Six Short Preludes and Postludes, Set 1, Op 101)

Pilrig St Paul’s Church - Andrew Caskie
9 Josef Rheinberger (1839-1901) Organ Sonata no 7 in F minor, Op 127 - i. Allegro non troppo
10 George Thalben-Ball (1896-1987) Elegy in F (no 11 from A Little Organ Book in memory of Hubert Parry)

St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral - Simon Nieminski
11 Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937) Organ Symphony no 6 in G minor, Op 42 - i. Allegro
12 Giles Swayne (b. 1946) Mr Bach’s Bottle Bank

Total playing time [74:19]


Canongate Kirk - Nicholas Wearne
1 Niels Christian Rasmussen (b. 1950) Variationer og modspil
2 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV649

St Giles’ Cathedral - Michael Harris
3 César Franck (1822-1890) Pièce Héroïque (No 3 from Trois Pièces)
4 J.S. Bach, Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn, BWV648
5 Kenneth Leighton, Paean Royal Order of Scotland - Nicholas Wearne
6 John Stanley (1712-1786) Voluntary No 3 in D minor (from Ten Voluntaries, Op 7)
7 Eddie McGuire (b. 1948), Ae Fond Kist recorded premiere, commissioned by Paul Baxter with support from the Scottish Arts Council

Reid Concert Hall, University of Edinburgh - Nicholas Wearne
8 Dieterich Buxtehude Te Deum laudamus, BuxWV218

McEwan Hall, University of Edinburgh - Michael Bonaventure
9 Judith Weir (b. 1954) Wild Mossy Mountains
10 Avril Anderson (b. 1953) Repetitive Strain

Enharmonic Chamber Organ, Laigh Room, St Cecilia’s Hall - John Kitchen
11 Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656) Voluntary
12 attrib. Benjamin Cosyn (c.1570-1653) [Voluntary]
13 James Nares (1715-1783) Introduction and Fugue in A minor/major

Total playing time [76:20]


Home of John Kitchen - John Kitchen 1 Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621) Variations on ‘Est-ce mars?’

Morningside Parish Church - Morley Whitehead
2 Herbert Murrill (1909-1952) Postlude on a Ground
3 Michael Christian Festing (1705-1752), transcr. G. Thalben-Ball Largo, Allegro, Aria and Two Variations
4 César Franck, Andantino in G minor

Reid Memorial Church -- Roger Fisher
5 Engelbert Humperdinck (1854-1921), arr. W. Creser, ed. Fisher Overture to Hänsel und Gretel
6 Peter Warlock (1894-1930), transcr. R. Fisher Pieds en l’air (from Capriol Suite)
7 Alfred Hollins, Maytime Gavotte

St Michael’s Parish Church, Inveresk - Peter Backhouse
8 Henry Smart (1813-1879) Postlude in D
9 Francis Jackson (b. 1917) Prelude on ‘East Acklam’ (No 4 from Five Preludes on English Hymn Tunes, Op 60)

Loretto School - Michael Bonaventure
10 John McCabe (b. 1939) Dies Resurrectionis
11 Graham Fitkin (b. 1963), Organ

St Mary’s Episcopal Church, Dalkeith - John Kitchen
12 Samuel Wesley (1766-1837) Air (No 8 of Twelve Short Pieces)
13 Samuel Wesley Gavotte (No 9 of Twelve Short Pieces)
14 Felix Mendelssohn Theme and Variations in D
15 Samuel Wesley Full Organ with the Trumpet (No 13 [sic] of Twelve Short Pieces)

Total playing time [74:19]
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Silent Night - Christmas Carols with The Choir of Christs Hospital

Silent Night - Christmas Carols with The Choir of Christs Hospital
ID: GMCD7170
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Sacred Music
Subcollection: Cathedral Choir

Recorded in the Parish Church of All Saints, Hove
It’s history……. The young King Edward VI founded three Royal "Hospitals" towards the end of his reign. Christ’s Hospital, in the old buildings vacated by the Grey Friars, was to educate and care for fatherless children and other poor men’s children, St Thomas’ Hospital was to attend to the sick, and Bridewell Hospital was to give shelter and sustenance to beggars. Barely a century later the Great Fire of London claimed a large number of the Christ’s Hospital buildings, but it was almost entirely rebuilt within 30 years, thanks to the generosity of a number of city merchants. In 1673 Charles II founded the Royal Mathematical School within Christ’s Hospital, largely from the inspiration of Samuel Pepys, the famous diarist. He was the Secretary to the Admiralty and so was interested in ensuring that high quality mathematicians and navigators were educated for future sea-service. Much later Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Charles Lamb and James Leigh Hunt were boys at Christ’s Hospital, and the School has boarding houses named after them. The school was originally co-educational; however, from quite early in its history, the girls of the Foundation were educated separately at Hertford. In 1985, however, they rejoined the boys at Horsham, where the School had relocated in May 1902 in search of fresh air and space for proper relaxation and games. Today, Christ’s Hospital is the largest educational charity in the country, enabling this education to be offered to the most deserving children, irrespective of the ability to pay. All fees are means tested and on average parents meet less than 15% of the School’s costs. The Foundation therefore looks for children who will contribute most to, and benefit most from, a place at the School. …it’s music……. Historians have quite correctly emphasised that Christ’s Hospital was never merely an orphanage as such, for amongst the earliest academic appointments was "a schoole-maister for Musicke". So our musical tradition stretches back nearly 450 years: - longer, if one were to count the semi-monastic tradition that had been nurtured for centuries before by the Greyfriars by the Newgate of the City of London, for Christ’s Hospital took over their premises in November of 1552. It is far from fanciful to imagine the youthful voices of the children singing in the massive three hundred foot long church of Christ Church, Greyfriars, not far from Old St Paul’s, and we know for certain from Robert Dow’s Will for setting up a Song School in 1609 that boys were "to sing in the Quier of Christ Church", and that from 1613 a boy should "serve and be employed in playing of the organs of the said church". Alas in September 1666 the Great Fire destroyed that wonderful building, but the tradition itself continued in the rebuilt, though rather smaller church, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, which became known as Christ Church, Newgate Street. Today, the School has six full-time and thirty visiting music staff teaching some 500 individual lessons each week, as well as providing a full programme of rehearsals and concerts for ensembles of all sizes. Much emphasis is given to the development of musical ability through chamber music and the finest pupils give an annual concert at the Purcell Room on London’s South Bank. However, the School is also proud of its larger ensembles, the Choirs, the Orchestras, and the Marching Band, famous for its appearances each year at the front of the Lord Mayor’s Show, at Twickenham and at Lords. Music is an integral part of the School’s life, and continues to play an important role in the continuing strong links with the City of London. …and it’s choirs Standing on one side of the great central quadrangle of Christ’s Hospital is the Chapel. It is a collegiate-style building, spacious enough to seat the whole school of 830 pupils and 90 staff. Services are accompanied by the School Organist on the massive five-manual Rushworth and Dreaper organ, which was designed in 1931 by the Director of Music at that time, C. S. Lang. The 112 members of the Chapel Choir are seated centrally and antiphonally, ideally placed to lead the congregational singing. As well as singing hymns, anthems, canticles, psalms and responses for the regular weekly services, the choir also sings for a full programme of special occasions throughout the year including a service for St. Matthew’s Day in the City of London, attended by the Lord Mayor, re-emphasising the school’s strong links with its past. The choir performs in the famous "Bluecoat" Tudor uniform worn by all pupils of the school throughout the normal school week. The choir gives an annual performance of a major choral work - in recent years, Brahms’ German Requiem, J. S. Bach’s St Matthew Passion and Mozart’s Requiem. In addition the choir sings Choral Evensong at such venues as St Paul’s Cathedral, Chichester Cathedral, Guildford Cathedral, St George’s Chapel, Windsor, broadcasts for television and BBC Radio (Remembrance Sunday, Highway, Radio 3 Advent Carol Series, Sunday Half Hour) and the smaller chamber choir, Schola Cantorum, sing for many other special events. This is the Choir’s fourth CD recording. Details of earlier recordings are available from Christ’s Hospital Enterprises, Christ’s Hospital, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 7LS.
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Felix Hell, organ - St. Justinus Franfurt a. M.-Höchst

Felix Hell, organ - St. Justinus Franfurt a. M.-Höchst
ID: IFO00021
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Organ Collection
Subcollection: Organ

1 Dietrich Buxtehude (1637 - 1707):Praeludium in D BuxWV 139 5:28
2 Nicolaus Bruhns (1665 - 1697):Praeludium in e 8:37
3 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): O Mensch, bewein' dein' 5:47
4 Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata in C-Dur BWV 564: Toccata 5:08
5 Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata in C-Dur BWV 564:Adagio 4:21
6 Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata in C-Dur BWV 564: Fuge 4:38
7 Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1847): Sonate in f-Moll op... 5:15
8 Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1847): Sonate in f-Moll op... 3:28
9 Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1847): Sonate in f-Moll op... 3:00
10 Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1847): Sonate in f-Moll op... 15:25
11 Cesar Franck (1822 - 1890): Troisieme Choral (1890) 12:24

Die Kuhn - Orgel in St. Justinus Frankfurt a.M.-Höchst
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Torsten Laux, organ - Orgel der Gebrüder STUMM (1769) - Schlosskirche Meisenheim/Glan

Torsten Laux, organ -  Orgel der Gebrüder STUMM (1769) - Schlosskirche Meisenheim/Glan
ID: IFO00023
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Organ Collection
Subcollection: Organ

Orgel der Gebrüder STUMM (1767) Schlosskirche zu Meisenheim / Glan:Werke von Pachelbel, Walther, Buxtehude, Clérambault, de Grigny
und Improvisationen (Laux)

Torsten Laux, organ
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HANS-HENNY-JAHNN-ORGEL (1925/31) - Hamburg - Rose Kirn, organ

HANS-HENNY-JAHNN-ORGEL (1925/31) - Hamburg - Rose Kirn, organ
ID: IFO00041
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Organ Collection
Subcollection: Organ

Bach: Einleitung und Fuge BWV 21; Schlußsatz "Lob und Ehr
und Preis und Gewalt" aus der Kantate BWV 21; Choral "Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele" BWV 564
Buxtehude: Präludium BuxWV 139
Pachelbel: Werde munter, mein Gemüte
Krebs: Von Gott will ich nicht lassen; Wir glauben all an einen Gott
Mendelssohn: Orgelsonate Nr. 2
Reger: Gloria & Benedictus aus op. 59
Franck: Grand Choeur aus L'Organiste (Bd. II)
Lefebure-Wely: Bolero de concert op. 166

Rose Kirn an der Orgel Heinrich-Hertz-Schule Hamburg
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ORGELMUSIK aus fünf Jahrhuderten - KONSTATIN BASILIKA TRIER - Martin Bambauer, organ

ORGELMUSIK aus fünf Jahrhuderten - KONSTATIN BASILIKA TRIER - Martin Bambauer, organ
ID: IFO00057
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Organ Collection
Subcollection: Organ

Buxhtehude: Magnificat im 1.Ton BuxWV 203
Sweelinck: Variationen über "Es-ce Mars"
Grigny: Veni creator (Ausz.)
Bach: Choräle "Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ" BWV 649 & "Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier" BWV 731; Präludium & Fuge BWV 543
Schumann: Fuge über B-A-C-H op. 60 Nr. 4
Durufle: Prelude & Fugue sur le nom d'ALAIN op. 1
Bambauer: Improvisation

Martin Bambauer / Schuke-Orgel der Konstantin-Basilika Trier
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