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SIG 027

Bach - Die Kunst Der Fuge

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Colm Carey

organ

Venue:

Dutch Church

24-26 Nov 2000

Producer:

Peter Barley



Engineer:

Limo Hearn



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Organ




Total Time - 63:02
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Die Junst der Fuge

 
1 Contrapunctus i 3:46
2 Contrapunctus ii 3:07
3 Contrapunctus iii 4:57
4 Contrapunctus iv 4:49
5 Contrapunctus v 3:02
6 Contrapunctus vi 5:38
7 Contrapunctus vii 4:10
8 Contrapunctus viii 7:18
9 Contrapunctus ix 3:12
10 Contrapunctus x 7:16
11 Contrapunctus xi 7:06
12 Contrapunctus xii 8:41


Signum is delighted to announce the debut disc of the organist Colm Carey on Signum Records.

Die Kunst der Fuge: is one of J.S.Bach’s great contrapuntal masterpieces - extraordinary for each movement being in the same key. It is a remarkable cohesion of material and style; Bach, at the end of his life, seems to be in pursuit of a pure and abstract contrapuntal beauty, which encourages a retrospective foray into the works of past masters such as Palestrina and Frescobaldi.

Playing the van Leeuwen/Flentrop organ in the Dutch Church, London, Colm Carey confronts and examines the nature of the music; its emotional impact and relevance in the context of the early 21st century.

 

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