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Organ Recital: Bates, Robert - PART, A. / BUXTEHUDE, D. / SCHEIDT, S. / DOWLAND, J. / BACH, J.S. / BATES, R. (In Recital at Lagerquist Hall)

Organ Recital: Bates, Robert - PART, A. / BUXTEHUDE, D. / SCHEIDT, S. / DOWLAND, J. / BACH, J.S. / BATES, R. (In Recital at Lagerquist Hall)

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2011


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Robert Bates

Soloist

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Total Time - 49:33
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Organ Recital: Bates, Robert - PART, A. / BUXTEHUDE, D. / SCHEIDT, S. / DOWLAND, J. / BACH, J.S. / BATES, R. (In Recital at Lagerquist Hall)

     
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ARVO PART

1 

Annum per annum

8:38
     
 

DIETERICH BUXTEHUDE

2 

Toccata in D minor, BuxWV 155

7:55
     
 

SAMUEL SCHEIDT

3 

Bergamasca

4:00
     
 

MELCHIOR SCHILDT

4 

Paduana Lachrymae, P. 15 (arr. M. Schildt)

6:04
     
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

5 

Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 547

10:57
     
 

ROBERT BATES

6 

Time Machine

8:11
     
 

JEAN VICTOR ARTHUR GUILLOU

7 

Sagas Nos. 1–6

3:48
     
 Robert Bates Soloist


Robert Bates’ recital took place on July 4 during the AGO 2000 Convention on the monumental organ built by Paul Fritts and Company for Lagerquist Hall at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. Works from the German Baroque and the late 20th century are featured, including works by Buxtehude, Scheidt, Bach, Pärt, and Bates’ own compositions.
 

"To say that Bates captivated the audience is an understatement."

The Diapason


"Bates supplied some of the convention’s most consistenly satisfying playing.  His Dowland, Scheidt, Buxtehude, and Bach were assured, unfussy and naturally buoyant.  The gentle, vocal principal he used in the Buxtehude...was ravishing...Bates gave [Ikarus] an electrifying performance."

The American Organist
 


"[Bates’ composition] had the graphic richness of stained glass in its visual presentation. It was as exciting as any traditional organ piece, made even more tantalizing by short quotes from Bach’s ’St. Anne’ Fugue!"

The Diapason
 


"There were no dull moments Friday night. He played with an impressive command of the instrument, searching out marvelous registrations and keeping his intellect focused. He found freedom in unusual places and musical grandeur everywhere....[The smaller works] revealed the kind of colorist Bates is, just as larger works revealed Bates’ ability to make great musical architecture."

Seattle Post Intelligencer


"Bates has a beautifully refined technique, a profound understanding of rhythm and its subtleties, and a thorough sense of style."

The American Organist


"Bates’ [new composition] was impressive to both eye and ear....Among its attractions was the pleasure of ’tracking’ Bates’ performance as it unfolded via the elaborate graphic representations provided to the audience."

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