Organ music of the centuries; Pre-Baroque and Baroque organ music, part nine
Alabama call a lot of ol Alabama in cooperation with the National Association of educational broadcasters presents all good music of the century. It's an historical recital a series of live organ music featuring Pachmann pour her organise. Today's tape recorded broadcast features music written by Johann Sebastian Bach and is one in a series of 26 programs presenting music written for the pipe organ during the pre broke baroque and romantic arrows by contemporary composers. In the years 1726 Bach wrote for an academic ceremony to be held at Leipzig University honoring one of the university's popular professors. Ah Dr Gottleib. Court. Included in the Tata is a march that it was intended to accompany the entry of the students into the ceremonial hall. It has been said that the March suggests a pretense of solemn procession of students to pay their compliments to the Professor
Putnam porter opens this programme of organ music of the centuries with a march from Bach's drama per music.
From the earlier period of box composing his masterful a few minor. The proud dude with a florid passages is quite Buxtehude illustrates the great influence Buxtehude he had on. The entire composition is characterized by a melancholy feeling which is generally considered new to this period of Bach's life. The chief significance of the work lies in the fact that it is the first expression of the deep feeling Bach injected into his music and expression later brought out in such works as the great B minor. Organ music of the centuries continues. Porter plays box president fugue in a minor.
You're. They Sinfonia from box can top. God's time is best as a selection. Beautiful in its simplicity. Originally scored for strings and two flutes. The composition forms the opening movement of the composite. Plays and the arrangement for organ of the Sinfonia from Bach's been taught God's time is best and arrangement by the English musician Harvey Grace.
Organ music of the sun's rays continues as Putnam plays a selection from Bach's famous little organ book. It's the dearest Jesus we are here.
The monumental fantasy and Fugue in D Minor is perhaps the latest of the compositions written during the second Weimar period of Bach's composing. The fantasy is in the declamatory style and far surpasses other works of this type. The subject of the fugue is thought to have been borrowed but its sources are not definitely no. It has become one of the most popular of all the organ fugues because of the attractive melody and rhythm of the subject. The importer concludes this program of organ music of the centuries with Bach's fantasy and feel good in G minor.
- Organ music of the centuries
- Producing Organization
- Alabama College
- Contributing Organization
- University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
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- Episode Description
- This program features more performances of organ compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach.
- Series Description
- Highlights of noted organ music selections from various periods, including Pre-Baroque and Baroque; Classical and Romantic; and Modern.
- Broadcast Date
- Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. Organ music.
- Media type
Host: Sears, Ralph
Performer: Porter, Putnam
Producing Organization: Alabama College
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University of Maryland
Identifier: 55-22-9 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
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