1714 Silbermann/Cathedral, Freiberg, Germany
1714 Silbermann/Cathedral, Freiberg, Germany

Postcards from Berlin and Freiberg #2032

. . . more sound-pictures from last year’s pair of Pipedreams Tours in central Germany.

Hour One

ANTONIO VIVALDI (trans. Bach, arr. Bovet):  Allegro (i.), fr Concerto in b, Op. 3, no. 5 (in a, BWV 1065)MARTINA KÜRSCHNERHommage a Jehan Alain –Martina Kürschner (1721 Wagner-2002 Kern/St. Mary Church, Berlin) AGK 12224

C. P. E. BACHSonata No. 4 in a, Wq 70/4Johannes Geffert (1755 Migend/Good Counsel Church, Berlin-Karlshorst) Querstand 0528

GEORG BÖHMPartita, Ach wie nichtigBeate Kruppke (Migend/Karlshorst) Amalien Verein 001

J. S. BACHChorale-prelude, Wer nur den lieben Gott, BWV 647BACHPrelude & Fugue in C, BWV 531Beate Kruppke (Migend/Karlshorst) Amalie Verein 002

SIGFRID KARG-ELERTLegend, fr Triptych, Op. 141Martin Kondziella (1925 Steinmeyer/Corpus Christi Church, Berlin) Jubal 190701

Filler – BACH:  Chorale-prelude, Wer nur den lieben Gott, BWV 647

Hour Two

JOHANN SCHNEIDERPraeludium in gWolfgang Baumgratz (1717 Silbermann/St. Jacob’s Church, Freiberg).  J. S. BEYERKomm Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist (1735 Silbermann/St. Peter’s Church, Freiberg).  JOHANN KASPER KERLLCanzona in CDietrich Wagler (1719 Silbermann choir organ/Freiberg Cathedral) Echo 50220/1

J. S. BACHFantasie in c, BWV 562Albrecht Koch (1714 Silbermann/Freiberg Cathedral) Querstand 1311

J. S. BACHSinfonia, Recitative & Arioso, Halleluja, Stark und Macht, fr Cantata BWV 29. JOHANN FRIEDRICH DOLESAria, Die Furcht des Herrn, fr Psalm 111Annekathrin Laabs, alto; Tobias Berndt, bass; Freiberger Dom Choir; Batzdorfer Hofkapelle/Albrecht Koch; Johannes Unger (1714 Silbermann/Freiberg Cathedral) Querstand 1511 

HANS OTTOHommage a Silbermann (1983) –Albrecht Koch (1714 Silbermann/Freiberg Cathedral) Querstand 1311

Filler – VIVALDI (see above)

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