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Organ Recital: Kogert, Wolfgang - MUFFAT, Georg / MUFFAT, Gottlieb

Organ Recital: Kogert, Wolfgang - MUFFAT, Georg / MUFFAT, Gottlieb

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Mair, Daniel


Daniel Mair

Soloist

Wolfgang Kogert

Soloist

Viennese Plainchant schola



Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 69:17
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Organ Recital: Kogert, Wolfgang - MUFFAT, Georg / MUFFAT, Gottlieb

     
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GEORG MUFFAT

1 

Apparatus musico-organisticus

10:25
 Wolfgang Kogert Soloist
     
 

GOTTLIEB MUFFAT

 

Mass in F major

 
2 Kyrie 3:02
 Daniel Mair Soloist
 Mair, Daniel
     
 

FELIX MASS TEXT

3 Gloria 4:45
 Wolfgang Kogert Soloist
 Mair, Daniel
     
 

GEORG MUFFAT

 

Apparatus musico-organisticus

 
4 Toccata No. 12 7:28
 Wolfgang Kogert Soloist
     
5 Passacaglia 15:30
 Wolfgang Kogert Soloist
     
 

GOTTLIEB MUFFAT

6 

Toccata undecima, "sammt sechs Versetl"

10:04
 Daniel Mair Soloist
 Mair, Daniel
     
7 

Toccata decima quinta

5:13
 Wolfgang Kogert Soloist
     
8 

Capriccio decimo quinto, "Desperato"

3:51
 Wolfgang Kogert Soloist
     
9 

Canzona No. 11 in E minor

8:59
 Wolfgang Kogert Soloist


Georg and Gottlieb Muffat are counted among the most important representatives of South-German/Austrian baroque organ music, which was coined mainly from organists at the Viennese court music. With the collection "Apparatus musico-organisticus“, published in 1690 and which is one of the most important works of ancients piano literature, Georg Muffat brought this tradition to a pique. The compositions of his son Gottlieb, contemporary of Bach, show how the elder forms and ways are maintained and modernized in the middle of the 18th Century, and brought into connection with the actual tendencies of composition.

The organist Wolfgang Kogert, student of Martin Haselböck, received many scholarships,distinctions and competitions, especially he won the international organ competition "Musica antiqua“ in 2006.

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