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Der einzige Krebs im Bache: Orgelwerke von Johann Ludwig Krebs

Annette Unternährer-Gfeller, Thomas Unternährer

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Toccata (Praeludium) und Fuge a-Moll (Krebs-WV 411)  
1
Toccata (Praeludium)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
5:22
2
Fuga
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
6:45
3
Wir glauben all an einen Gott (Krebs-WV 554)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
5:34
4
Fantasia sopra Jesus, meine Zuversicht (Krebs-WV 535)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
3:11
5
Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele (Krebs-WV 520)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
1:52
Jesu, meine Freude (Krebs-WV 502)  
6
Praeambulum supra Jesu, meine Freude
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
1:22
7
Choral
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
1:53
8
Choral alio modo
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
1:25
9
Jesu, meine Freude (Krebs-WV 706)
Anonymous; Johann Ludwig Krebs; Thomas Unternährer; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
5:47
10
Meine Seel ermuntre dich, Krebs-WV 709
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Thomas Unternährer; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
2:43
Trio Es-Dur (Krebs-WV 442)  
11
Adagio – Non molto allegro
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
6:33
12
Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her (Krebs-WV 545)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
2:36
13
Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Krebs-WV 552)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
4:21
Fantasia f-Moll (Krebs-WV 604)  
14
Adagio non molto
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Thomas Unternährer; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
5:37
Trio d-Moll (Krebs-WV 439)  
15
Vivace
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
4:37
16
Fantasia F-Dur (Krebs-WV 419)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
1:25
17
Praeludium c-Moll (Krebs-WV 403)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
1:11
18
Praeludium C-Dur (Krebs-WV 414)
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
1:23
Sonata IV D-Dur (Krebs-WV 835)  
19
I. Allegro
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
5:48
20
II. Allegretto
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
2:07
21
III. Presto
Johann Ludwig Krebs; Annette Unternährer-Gfeller
2:25
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    73:57
If one had to name a single student of the great J S Bach, then it should be Johann Ludwig Krebs. Following in the style of the Thomas Kantor at the highest level, his organ works excel in force and are absolutely brilliant. On this album, international award-winning organist Annette Unternährer-Gfeller makes the Trost organ in Großengottern, Thuringia glisten and glow. From the chorale miniature to the grand sonata, she stylishly elicits an unjustly neglected composer out from the darkness of oblivion, joined on some of these pieces by her husband, Baroque oboist Thomas Unternährer.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM –   Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded on the Trost organ, St.-Walpurgis-Kirche, Großengottern, Thuringia, Germany September 24–26, 2014
Recording Producer/Tonmeister: Karsten Zimmermann
Editing: Hannes Fritsch, Karsten Zimmermann, Michael Silberhorn
Text: Annette Unternährer-Gfeller, Marbach LU, Switzerland English
Translation: Matthew Harris, Buchen
Booklet Editing: Nora Gohlke, Leipzig
Photography: Werner Lüthi (water background, p. 13), Hans Peter Schenk (p. 14), Karsten Zimmermann (pp. 2–3, 4, 8, 18), Thüringisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie (pp. 25, 26)
Layout: Silke Bierwolf, Leipzig
Graphic Concept: Thorsten Stapel, Münster

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