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Wydawnictwo: Farao
Seria: Bach Organ Works Kofler
Nr katalogowy: B 108110
Nośnik: 5 CD
Data wydania: październik 2019
EAN: 4025438081106
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: organy
Rodzaj: preludia, fuga, fantazja

Bach: Organ Works, Vol. 1

Farao - B 108110
Peter Kofler, organ
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CD 1:
Preludes and fugues, BWV 552, 543
Chorale prelude, BWV 654
Chorale partita, BWV 768
Pastorale, BWV 590
Toccata and fugue, BWV 565

CD 2:
Preludes and fugues, BWV 536, 550
Trio sonata, BWV 529
Eighteen Leipziger chorales, BWV 659-661
Chorale prelude, BWV 740
Concerto, BWV 596
Canonic Variation, BWV 769

CD 3:
Prelude and fugue, BWV 545
Neumeister chorales, BWV 1112-1116
Allabreve, BWV 589
Trio sonata, BWV 528
Fugues, BWV 579, 575, 577
Schübler chorales, BWV 645-650
Kirnberger chorales, BWV 699, 738, 722, 704, 729
Canzona, BWV 588

CD 4:
Preludes and fugues, BWV 548, 541
Chorale partitas, BWV 767, 766
Trio, BWV 583
Fantasia and fugue, BWV 537
Neumeister chorales, BWV 1117-1120, 957

CD 5:
Concerto, BWV 594
Kirnberger chorales, BWV 730, 731, 741, 714, 717, 711, 715
Prelude and fugue, BWV 539
Eighteen Leipziger chorales, BWV 657, 658
Fantasias, BWV 573, 570, 572
Orgelbüchlein, BWV 639-644
In March 2017 organist and harpsichordist Peter Kofler launched his ongoing Bach project: a complete recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s organ works. Unlike performers of earlier complete recordings, Kofler opted for a “modern” instrument for this enterprise. For not only was J. S. Bach the perfecter of a great polyphonic era, he was an innovator and stimulator as well, particularly in the field of organ music. Be it the introduction of the tempered tuning system, the virtuoso use of the organ pedal or the development of the fortepiano: Bach significantly contributed to each of them and was one of the first to employ the possibilities of these modern developments. The four-manual Rieger organ at the Jesuit church of St. Michael’s in Munich with its 75 stops offers many of the characteristics verifiably valued by Bach. It features an imposing fortissimo and a multitude of characteristic stop timbres that the cantor of Leipzig’s Thomaskirche partly could only dream of in his days.

This is the first ever organ recording using high-resolution Auro-3D technology, a consequent advancement from earlier surround formats like 5.1, 7.1 or 2+2+2. Thus the space of the church interior is authentically reproduced not only in its horizontal dimensions, but also in its vertical acoustics, its spatial height. A sound experience that provides fascinating transparency even on a conventional stereo CD. Various high-resolution multichannel formats are available for download on the website opusbach.de.

Recording: Jesuit church St. Michael, Munich - 2017-2019

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