Bach on Campus #8811
…Some college and university instruments display a diversity of Bach's works.
J.S. BACH: Prelude in D, S. 532 James Johnson (1958 Flentrop/Harvard Busch Hall, Cambridge, Massachusetts)
J.S. BACH: Largo & Allegro, fr Concerto in d, S. 596 Joan Lippincott (1967 C.B. Fisk/Harvard Memorial Chapel, Cambridge, Massachusetts)
J.S. BACH: 4 Pieces (Nun danket, S. 657; Jesu, joy of man's desiring, S. 147; Andante in g, S. 969; Allabreve in D, S. 589) Fenner Douglass (1976 Flentrop/Duke, Durham, North Carolina)
J.S. BACH: Partita, Sei gegruesset, Jesu guetig, S. 768 (selections) David Craighead (Van Daalen organ/Freguson Hall, University of Minnesota)
J.S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in e, S. 548 (Wedge) Marianne Webb (Reuter organ/Southern Illinois University, Carbondale)
J.S. BACH: Capriccio on the departure of his most beloved brother, S. 992 Peter Williams (1987 Brombaugh/University, Ames, Iowa)
Bach (trans. Snow): Badinerie, fr Orchestral Suite No. 2 E. M. Skinner and Aeolian player organs (Boston University Symphonic Organ)
Bach (trans. Ruebsam): Air, Gavottes & Gigue, fr Orchestral Suite No. 4 Wolfgang Ruebsam, Jeffrey Campbell (Aeolian-Skinner organ/Northwestern University, Evanston, IL)
Several of these performances were recorded in concert.