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Organ Music - FROBERGER, J. / POGLIETTI, A. / SCHERER, S. / KERLL, J. (Historic Organ Series, Vol. 5) (Marcon)

Organ Music - FROBERGER, J. / POGLIETTI, A. / SCHERER, S. / KERLL, J. (Historic Organ Series, Vol. 5) (Marcon)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2000

Artists:

Andrea Marcon

Soloist

Venue:

Church of Sant Andrea, Treviso, Italy



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 72:45
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Organ Music - FROBERGER, J. / POGLIETTI, A. / SCHERER, S. / KERLL, J. (Historic Organ Series, Vol. 5) (Marcon)

     
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JOHANN JACOB FROBERGER

1 

Toccata No. 3

3:55
     
2 

Canzon No. 5

2:22
     
3 

Capriccio No. 3

4:18
     
4 

Toccata No. 6

6:02
     
5 

Fantasia sopra Ut. Re.Mi.Fa.Sol.La, FbWV 201

7:33
     
 

ALESSANDRO POGLIETTI

6 

Passacaglia

5:39
     
 

SEBASTIAN ANTON SCHERER

7 

Intonatio No. 1

1:26
     
8 

Intonatio No. 2

0:49
     
9 

Intonatio No. 3

1:45
     
10 

Intonatio No. 4

1:07
     
 

JOHANN CASPAR KERLL

11 

Passacaglia

6:04
     
 

FRANCOIS ROBERDAY

12 

Fugue

0:58
     
13 

Caprice

2:02
     
 

GEORG MUFFAT

14 

Toccata No. 6

8:12
     
 

HENRY PURCELL

15 

Voluntary in G major, Z. 720

4:11
     
 

JOHN BLOW

16 

Voluntary in C major (Cooper 2)

5:52
     
 

17 

Obra de falsas cromaticas

3:31
     
18 

Obra de Lleno de I tono

6:59
     
 Andrea Marcon Soloist


With Frescobaldi Italian organ music enjoys its finest hour and reaches the greatest heights of expression of its centuries-long history. The art of organ composition, which arose in the late Gothic era and developped during the Renaissance in close contact with the vocal expressions of gregorian chant and polyphony, quickly transcended the imitation of these vocal models to find its autonomy in forms specifically related to the organ, which in this period had reached a striking perfection in the balance of sonoric proportions, mirroring in the instrumental realm the aesthetic ideals within which the vocal ensembles operated.

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