Organs in Hanse Towns #9938

Exploring culture in amidst the territory of an ancient merchant’s federation in Dutch, German, Belgian, and Polish cities of the Hanseatic League.

CHRISTIAN RITTER: Sonatina in d. DANIEL ERICH: Allein zu dirEwald Kooiman (1637 Stellwagen/St. Jacobi Church, Lübeck, Germany)

ANDREAS KNELLER: Praeambulum in d –Jan Kleinbussink (1843 Holtgräve/Bergkerk, Deventer, The Netherlands)

FRIEDRICH MOHRHEIM: Trio Number 4 in A –Wolfgang Baumgratz (1979 Hillebrand/Bazylika Mariacka, Gdansk, Poland)

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Scherzo in G. GAETANO DONIZETTI: Grande Offertorio in D –Aart Bergwerff (1826 Bätz/Grote Kerk, Harderwijk, The Netherlands)

J.S. BACH: Allein Gott Trio, S. 663. JOHANN VOGLER: Jesu, Leiden, Pein und TodBert Matter (1639 Bader; 1813 Timpe/Sint Walburgiskerk, Zutphen, The Netherlands)

MAX REGER: Gloria in excelsis, Opus 59, number 8 –Wolfgang Baumgratz (1939 Sauer/St. Peter Cathedral, Bremen, Germany)

GABRIEL PIERNÉ: Prelude in g –Stanislas Deriemaeker (1891 Schyven/Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp, Belgium)

HEINRICH SCHEIDEMANN: Canzona in G –Rudi van Straten (1820 Quellhorst/St. Nicolaaskerk, Elburg, The Netherlands)

FRANK MARTIN: Agnus Dei Johan van Dommele (1727 Verhofstad; 1786 Wolfferts; 1860 Naber/St. Maartenskerk, Zaltbommel, The Netherlands)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Allegro, from Organ Symphony Number 6, Opus 42 –Eberhard Lauer (1967 Beckerath/Marienkirche, Hamburg, Germany)

Materials were graciously provided by Hans Quant of Radio Nederland International.

 

This program was originally issued as #9312 in March 1993.