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Wydawnictwo: Tyx Art
Nr katalogowy: TXA 19144
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2020
EAN: 4250702801443
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm, barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: organy
Rodzaj: toccata, fantazja

Bach / Krebs / Mozart: Spath Organ in St. Oswald Regensburg

Tyx Art - TXA 19144
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Heinrich Scheidemann, Georg Böhm, Johann Jacob De Neufville, Bernardo Pasquini
Roman Emilius, organ
Heinrich Scheidemann:
Toccata in G

Johann Sebastian Bach:
Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659
Fantasie a-Moll, BWV 561

Georg Böhm:
Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele (Choralpartita)

Johann Jacob De Neufville:
Ciaccona h-Moll

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Adagio C-Dur, KV 356 (für Glasharmonika)

Bernardo Pasquini:
Toccata con lo Scherzo del Cuccó

Johann Ludwig Krebs:
Fantasie in F, Krebs-WV 419
Fantasia a gusto italiano, Krebs-WV 422
Fantasie in F, Krebs-WV 420-1
The organ in St. Oswald‘s church in Regensburg (Bavaria / South Germany) was inaugurated in 1750. This recording on the occasion of its 270th birthday documents its excellent sound. To this day, the instrument by Frantz Jacob Späth has been largely preserved in its original state and is an important testimony to the art of South German organ building.

Frantz Jacob Späth was born in Regensburg in 1714 and died there on 23 July 1786. In Regensburg he built the organs of St. Oswald in 1750 and of the Church of the Holy Trinity in 1758. Of the latter, only the casing and some few pipes have been preserved. What made Späth famous, however, were his pianos, above all because of his invention of the tangent piano. The instrument, somewhere between a harpsichord and a fortepiano, was the reason for his company‘s international fame. To date, about 20 pianos of this type have been preserved in the most important instrument collections. Like other piano makers of his time, he, too, experimented: in 1770, he advertised his Clavecin d’Amour, a combination instrument with strings and an organ stop (auto traversiere) on two manuals.

Roman Emilius plays organ music of the 17th and 18th centuries, by Heinrich Scheidemann, Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Böhm, Johann Jacob De Neufville, Bernardo Pasquini and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Recording: 02/2020 – Church St. Oswald, Regensburg/Germany. Played on Frantz Jacob Späth organ in the church of St. Oswald in Regensburg.

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