Baroque Organ Masters - Buxtehude, Bohm & Walther
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This recording represents some of the various stylistic forms utilized by three Baroque masters: Buxtehude, Bohm and Walther. Using modern organs built in 1962 by Casavant Frères Limitée of Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec, harpsichordist Kenneth Gilbert interprets contrasting works according to the classic baroque principles. These works are performed on the two different classic-style organs similar in design and construction to instruments of the Baroque period. "A delightful record of baroque organ musicthe superb soloist is Kenneth Gilbert." - The Observer "Mr. Gilbert gives us a splendid performance." - Times West Virginian "One of the finest recordings of Baroque organ music yet released." - The American Organist
- Buxtehude: Prelude, Fugue And Chacone In C Major
- Böhm: Chorale Partita, 'Ach Wie Nightig, Ach Wie Fluetchtig'
- Walther: Concerto Del Sig. Torelli, Appropriato All'organo
- Buxtehude: Chaconne In E Minor
- Böhm: Prelude And Fugue In D Minor
- Walther: Chorale Partita 'Jesu, Meine Freude'
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