Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)

There’s No Holding Bach #2111

 . . . original and unbridled interpretations of music by the incomparable Johann Sebastian.

Hour One

J. S. BACH (trans. ???):  Toccata in d, BWV 565 (played by a Dutch street organ of unknown provenance) PD Archive

BACHFantasy in g, BWV 542/1Eric Brottier (2003 Mahler/Church of St. Martin, Suippes, France) Chordis & Organo 2003-01

BACHPrelude & Fugue in G, BWV 541Anthony Newman (1979 Rieger, Performing Arts Center/SUNY-Purchase, NY) Kleos 5107

BACH (trans Widor)Mattheus-Final, fr Bach’s Memento –Edward Berryman (1928 Kimball/Minneapolis Auditorium, MN) PD Archive (r.

BACHMenuet & Gigue, fr Cello Suite No. 1 in G, BWV 1007Charles Curtis, cello; Naren Budhakar, tabla; Anthony Burr (Klop chamber Organ) Bach Guild 2127

BACHTrio Sonata No. 3 in d, BWV 527Cameron Carpenter (Marshall & Ogletree International Touring Organ) Sony 88751

BACHRicercare a 6, fr Musical Offering, BWV 1079Olivier Latry/1868 Cavaillé-Coll, expanded/Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris) La Dolce Volta 69

Filler – BACH: Menuet, fr Cello Suite No. 1 (see above)

Hour Two

BACHFugue in d, BWV 539 (played by a Dutch street organ of unknown provenance) PD Archive

BACHPrelude in D, BWV 532/1Hanns Ander-Donath, recorded 1944 (1736 Silbermann, altered/Frauenkirche, Dresden) Studios Berlin 100 338

BACHFugue in D, BWV 532/2aJoan Lippincott (1984 Fritts-Richards/St. Alphonsus Church, Seattle, WA) PGM 115

BACH (arr. Klotz):  Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, BWV 1047Frans Berglund, trumpet; Thilo Muster (1985 Ahrend/Jesuit Church, Porrentruy, Switzerland) IFO Classics 7238

BACH (trans. DeJong):  Chaconne, Meine Tage in dem Leide, BWV 150/7Euwe & Sybolt de Jong (1721 F. C. Schnitger/St. Michael’s Church, Zwolle, Netherlands) DeJong 7

BACH (trans. Messner):  Chaconne in d, BWV 1004Eric Plutz (1938 Kimball/St. John’s Cathedral, Denver, CO) Pro Organo 7254

Filler –  BACH: Ricercare a 6, fr Musical Offering, BWV 1079 (see above)

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