Organ music of the centuries; Pre-Baroque and Baroque organ music, part five
Alabama college of Montevallo Alabama in cooperation with a national association of educational broadcasters present organ music of the century and historical recitals series of pipe organ music featuring Putnam Porter organize organ music of the centuries a series of 26 broadcast presenting music written for the pipe organ during the broke the Baroque and romantic arrows and selections by contemporary composers. Today's tape recorded broadcast features music written by Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frederick Handel two of the most prominent musicians of the Baroque period Bach's famous little organ book the first of almost 100 collections of corralled prelude all written by Bach was planned to contain 164 pieces based on 161 to Bach never completed the book however and as we know it today it contains forty six like.
Divided into seven different sections the little Oregon book follows the distinct divisions of the church year namely the Advent Christmas New Year epiphany Easter and what's an importer opens this program of organ music of the century with Bach's chorale entitled. All hail the brightest of days was taken from the Christmas auction of the little organ book has a constant melody which is accompanied by a motif expressive of great joy.
Thought the soul of the great Alabama college pipe organ played by untitled all hailed as the brightest of. The baroque period of music lasting from sixteen hundred until 1750 is by far the most significant in the history of music. Organ left which occupied a prominent place in the music of this era. Organ music of the centuries continues with another from Bach's little organ book entitled Jesus priceless treasure. Oh.
Box popularly called a jig was probably composed to manual with puddles the lowest stringed instrument was one of the predecessors of the modern piano called the jig because of a 12 eight metre a little thing the subject box was probably written before the Y Bar period or before the year 1780. This demonstrates very definitely influenced Dietrich Buxtehude he had on Bach as it is similar in construction to Buxton Hoodie's C also popularly called the dig continues with box.
Today Bach is recognized as perhaps the greatest musician of all talk. During the Baroque era George Frederick handel it was the most highly regarded of all musicians in England. And some scholars believe Handel overshadowed Bach on the continent as well. All told German by birth. Handel later became a British subject and Britain's leading composer one of the favorite forms of the Baroque period was the pasta and money of Handel's oratorios and instrumental compositions include handles faithful shepherd is a typical example of the Baroque organ music of the centuries continues. Paul George Frederick on DL's faithful shepherd.
Of all the organ works of the concertos are by far the most popular. Talk typical of the concerto Grosso top of the Baroque the concerto Grosso being a concerto performed by an orchestra and a small group of instruments rather than by an orchestra and a solo instrument as we know concertos today. I conclude this program of organ music of the centuries with Handel's Concerto Number two in B-flat which is in four movements an introduction Allegro short a dollar and a final Allegro.
- Organ music of the centuries
- Producing Organization
- Alabama College
- Contributing Organization
- University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
- AAPB ID
- Episode Description
- This program features performances of organ compositions by J.S. Bach and George Handel.
- 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
- AAPB Contributor Holdings
University of Maryland
Identifier: 55-22-5 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
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- MLA: “Organ music of the centuries; Pre-Baroque and Baroque organ music, part five.” 1955-01-01. University of Maryland, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Web. February 6, 2023. <http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-500-sj19qq06>.
- APA: Organ music of the centuries; Pre-Baroque and Baroque organ music, part five. Boston, MA: University of Maryland, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Retrieved from http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-500-sj19qq06