Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750), German musician and composer playing the organ, circa 1725. From a print in the British Museum.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750), German musician and composer playing the organ, circa 1725. From a print in the British Museum.

Turning Bach #2230

. . . regardless of how or where or on what you play it, Bach’s music always comes round right.

Hour One

J. S. BACHPrelude in E-flat, BWV 552/1, fr Clavierübung IIIDouglas Cleveland (2006 Fritts/St. Joseph Cathedral, Columbus, OH) Loft 1098

BACHTrio Sonata No. 3 in d, BWV 527Joan Lippincott (1995 Taylor & Boody/St. Thomas Church, New York, NY) Gothic 49116

BACHPrelude & Fugue in e, BWV 533Wolfgang Rübsam (1995 Brombaugh/Lawrence University Chapel, Appleton, WI) Naxos 8.553629

BACH (arr. De Jong):  Aria, Ich will nur dir du Ehren leben, BWV 248 –Euwe & Sybolt de Jong (1692 Schnitger/Martinikerk, Groningen, Netherlands) De Jong 4

BACH:  Fantasy & Fugue in g, BWV 542 –Karl Paukert (1971 Holtkamp/Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH) Azica 71248

Filler – Trio Sonata No. 3 in d, BWV 527, third movement (see above)

Hour Two

BACH:  O Lamm Gottes unschuldig, BWV 1095 –Martin Rost (1658 Stellwagen/St. Mary’s Church, Stralsund, Germany) MD&G 320 1851 

BACHKomm, heiliger Geist, BWV 652 –Lorenzo Ghielmi (1991 Ahrend/San Simpliciano Basilica, Milan, Italy) Passacaille 954

BACH (trans. Lena Weman):  Trio Sonata No. 6 in G, BWV 530 –Anna Lindal, violin; Mikko Perkola, gamba; Hans-Ola Ericsson (Klop chamber organ) Euridice 69

BACH:  Capriccio (In Honorem Johann Christoph Bach), BWV 993 –Benjamin Alard (1718 A. Silbermann/St. Aurelie Church, Strasbourg, France) Harmonia Mundi 902450/2

BACH (attrib.):  Befiel du deine Wege, BWV deest.  BACH:  Toccata in e, BWV 914 --Cristina Garcia Banegas (1727 Müller/Jacobijnerkerk, Leeuwarden, Netherlands) DVH 140394

Filler – Prelude in E-flat BWV 552 (see above)

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