Bach, Beethoven, Brahms
Bach, Beethoven, Brahms

Archive of Bach, Beethoven and Brahms #0824

…would ‘The Three Bs’ ever have imagined being represented by organ music in quite this way?!

Part 1

J.S. BACH: Harpsichord Partita Number 1 in B-flat, S. 825 –Abram Bezuijen (1765 Golger/Kongsberg Church, Norway) VLS Records 0301

J.S. BACH: Harpsichord Toccata in d, S. 913 –Stewart Wayne Foster (1987 Kney/St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel, University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul, MN) Pipedreams Archive recorded March 15, 2004

Part 2

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Scherzo and Allegro in G, from Suite for Mechanical Organ –Peter Stadtmüller (1734 Gabler/Ochsenhausen Monastery, Germany) Christophorus CHR 74593

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN (transcribed by James Biery): Coriolan Overture, Opus 62 –James Biery (1927 E.M. Skinner; 1963 Aeolian-Skinner/Cathedral of St. Paul, Saint Paul, MN) Pipedreams Archive recorded July 25, 2003

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN (transcribed by Jimmerthal): Andante cantabile, from Symphony Number 5 in c, Opus 67 –Joachim Walter (1871 Ladegast/Schweriner Dom, Schwerin, Germany) Motette CD MOT 12681

Part 3

JOHANNES BRAHMS (transcribed by Edwin H. Lemare): Hungarian Dance Number 5 in f# –Thomas Heywood (1876 E. & G.G. Hook & Hastings; 2001 Andover/Cathedral of St. Joseph, Buffalo, NY) Pro Organo CD 7167

JOHANNES BRAHMS: Ye now are sorrowful, from A German RequiemJeremy Budd, treble; Choir of Saint Paul’s Cathedral, John Scott, conductor; Andrew Lucas (1872 Henry Willis; 1992 Mander/Cathedral of St. Paul, London, England, UK) Hyperion CDA66439

JOHANNES BRAHMS (transcribed by Laurin): Variations, selected, and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Opus 24 –Rachel Laurin (1960 Beckerath/Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal, Montréal, Québec, Canada) Motette CD MOT 12621

Filler –LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Coriolan Overture (see above)