Complete your Ralph Downes record collection. Discover Ralph Downes's full discography. An Organ Recital (LP, Album). J. S. Bach - Ralph Downes - Clavierübung Part 3 (Mass Organ) (LP).
Bach: Organ Solos from Clavierübung III; Schubert: Mass in G. 1990. Mass in G. 8. Sanctus. Prelude and Fugue, for organ in E flat major ("St. Anne;" Clavier-Übung III/26), BWV 552 (BC J16).
Offer, Bach: Clavierübung III. Kay Johannsen (organ). These discs transport the listener back to 1736, the date of the Erasmus-Bielfeldt organ recorded here. Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010 Mor. atalogue No: HAEN92101 .
Clavierübung Live! - Bach: The Clavierübung, Part III. Haig Mardirosian Organ. CD: 1 Tracks: 23 Length: 1:15:38. CD 1. Johann Sebastian Bach Composer. Prelude and Fugue in Eb, BWV552 ('St.
Boris Bloch: Piano Works, Vol. 8 - . Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I (Live in Troy, NY, 1987). Magna Sequentia I. More Johann Sebastian Bach. Listen to Bach: Clavierübung III (German Organ Mass) now. Listen to Bach: Clavierübung III (German Organ Mass) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Bach called his organ mass only Dritter Teil der Clavierübung (third part of the piano exercise), and it consists of different catechisms and other hymns for the organ. Behind the piano exercises are some of his most outstanding compositions with a lot of symbolism about the religious content. The organ mass was published in 1739, and the basis is Preludium and Fuge in Ess-dur. The prelude is written as Overture, and the Fugen has three themes that show the Holy Trinity. The first two corals are kyrie and gloria. Then the processing of the six corals that Martin Luther wrote as the main part of his catechism (ie, the Ten Commandments, The Apostles’ Creed, Our Father, Baptism, Covenant and communion).
Bach: Clavierübung - Vol. 1. Partitas No. 1 BWV 825, No. 5 BWV 829. Ralph Kirkpatrick (Harpsichord). LP, TT: 1st recording of Partitas No. 3 BWV 827 & No. 6 BWV 830 by R. Kirkpatrick. Bach: Clavier-Übung In part it's the tone of the harpsichord; I don't like Neuperts. But also it's Kirkpatrick's mis-handling of rhythm (especially in courante, but also elsewhere). The recorded sound is good for 1958. If you want the partitas on clavichord, I think that Richard Troeger's set is the only game in town. Be prepared for blazingly fast tempos. John Downes wrote (September 13, 2001): I have owned these recordings for about 35 years.
Seventeen Chorale Preludes - "German Organ Mass" Chorale Preludes IV, part of Clavierübung Part III. 690-713 ·. Organ Chorales from the Kirnberger Collection Chorale Preludes V. 714-740 ·. Miscellaneous Chorale Preludes.
|A1||Prelude In E Flat Major|
|A2||Gott Vater In Ewigkeit|
|A3||Christe, Aller Weit Trost|
|A4||Gott Helliger Geist|
|A5||Gott Vater In Ewigkeit|
|A6||Christe, Aller Weit Trost|
|A7||Gott Helliger Geist|
|B1||Allein Gott In Der Höh' Sei Ehr|
|B2||(The Same, Two Manuals And Pedal)|
|B3||(The Same, Fughetta)|
|B4||Diess Sind Die Heil' Gen Zehn Gebot'|
|B5||(The Same, Fughetta)|
|B6||Wir Glauben All' An Einen Gott|
|B7||(The Same, Fughetta)|
- Record Company – Pye Records
- Lacquer Cut At – Pye Studios
- Composed By – J. S. Bach*
- Lacquer Cut By – S*
- Organ – Ralph Downes
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side A): TPLS13001A-1◇S
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side B): TPLS13001B-1◇S
- Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout, side A): KT G
- Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout, side B): KT H