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BACH, W.F.: Organ Works (J. Brown)

Thoroughly trained by his father Johann Sebastian, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach became renowned as a virtuoso harpsichordist and organist. His surviving organ music includes the seven choral preludes and ten fugues on this disc, which range from relatively simple settings to elaborate displays of counterpoint. Born in Rio de Janeiro and based in the USA, Julia Brown, who has made several acclaimed recordings of keyboard music by Buxtehude and Scheidemann for Naxos, has been praised as ‘a first-class artist and superb technician…an exceptionally sensitive stylist’ (Classics Today).


Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann

  Fugue in G Minor, Fk. 37
1.   Fugue in G Minor, Fk. 37 00:02:40
  7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 3. Jesu, meine Freude
2.   7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 3. Jesu, meine Freude 00:04:48
  Fugue in F Major, Fk. 33
3.   Fugue in F Major, Fk. 33 00:05:18
  7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 1. Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
4.   7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 1. Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland 00:02:13
  Fugue in C Minor, Fk. 32
5.   Fugue in C Minor, Fk. 32 00:06:22
  Fugue in C Minor
6.   Fugue in C Minor 00:05:36
  7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 4. Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt
7.   7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 4. Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt 00:04:35
  Fugue in F Major, Fk. 36, "Tripelfuge"
8.   Fugue in F Major, Fk. 36, "Tripelfuge" 00:05:22
  7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 6. Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit
9.   7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 6. Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit 00:03:09
  Fugue in C Minor
10.   Fugue in C Minor 00:08:22
  7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 7. Wir Christenleut han jetzund Freud
11.   7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 7. Wir Christenleut han jetzund Freud 00:01:23
  Fugue in B-Flat Major
12.   Fugue in B - Flat Major 00:04:52
  7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 5. Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ
13.   7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 5. Wir danken dir, Herr Jesu Christ 00:02:26
  Fugue in D Major
14.   Fugue in D Major 00:02:50
  7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 2. Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht
15.   7 Chorale Preludes, Fk. 38/1: No. 2. Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht 00:02:18
  Fugue in B-Flat Major
16.   Fugue in B - Flat Major 00:03:37
  Fugue in A Minor
17.   Fugue in A Minor 00:05:30

Total Playing Time: 01:11:21






Composer(s):
Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann

Artist(s):
Brown, Julia

Label: Naxos

Series: Organ Encyclopedia

Genre: Instrumental

Period: Classical

Catalogue No: 8.570571

Barcode: 747313057177

Physical Release: 02/2011

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