℗ 2013 Wilson Audiophile Recordings
Duration 38m 25s
Record Label Wilson Audiophile Recordings
Catalogue No. WILSON 782
Release Date August 1, 2013
Genre Classical

Recital: Works of Bach - Carvalho - Pepping - Koetsier

James Welch

Available in 176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC and 2.8224 MHz DSD high resolution audio formats
  • Select Format
    • AIFF 88.2 kHz | 24-bit
    • AIFF 176.4 kHz | 24-bit
    • DSF 2.8224 MHz
    • FLAC 88.2 kHz | 24-bit
    • FLAC 176.4 kHz | 24-bit
Add to cart
discounted price
Partita for English Horn and Organ, Op. 41, No. 1
Jan Koetsier; James Welch; Robert Hubbard
Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659
Johann Sebastian Bach; James Welch
Kleines Orgelbuch  
Sonne der Gerechtigkeit
Ernst Pepping; James Welch
Nun freut euch lieben Christen gmein
Ernst Pepping; James Welch
Freuet euch, ihr Christen alle
Ernst Pepping; James Welch
Concerto in G Major, BWV 592 (after Johann Ernst)
Johann Sebastian Bach; James Welch
Herzlich tut mich verlangen, BWV 727
Johann Sebastian Bach; James Welch
Fugue in G Minor 'Little Fugue', BWV 578
Johann Sebastian Bach; James Welch
Organ Sonata in D Major
Joao de Sousa Carvalho; James Welch
Digital Booklet
Duration    38m 25s
This remastered tribute to four centuries of organ music by American organist James B. Welch was stunningly recorded by Wilson Audiophile in 1978 at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Palo Alto, California, on a 1966 Flentrop organ, a two manual organ consisting of 22 ranks and 1144 pipes.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 2.8224 MHz DSD – Wilson Audiophile Recordings Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue master source. Due to the nature of analogue tape recording, it may contain artifacts or audio which uses a limited amount of the available dynamic range / frequency bandwidth of high-resolution digital audio. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release. Produced by: Wilson Audiophile Recordings, LLC Original recording engineer: David A. Wilson Project manager: Daryl C. Wilson Analogue to high definition digital transfer: Bruce Brown, Puget Sound Studios Transfer editing: Bruce Brown, Puget Sound Studios Sonic evaluation: David A. Wilson, Sheryl Lee Wilson, Daryl C. Wilson Speakers: Wilson Audio Alexandria XLF, two Thor’s Hammers Electronics: Apple Mac Mini, Amarra & Audirvana Plus, Weiss INT202, Audio Research DAC 8, Audio Research 40th Anniversary preamp, VTL Siegfried and / or D' Agostino Momentum amplifiers Cables: Audioquest Firewire, Transparent Opus For the session, Wilson used AKG 414 microphones in the hypercardiod pattern pioneered by the BBC, a 15ips, half-track Revox A77 with modified electronics and cabling and an Audio Research SP-3 preamp whose phono input was modified to a microphone input. With the AR's power supply separated and isolated from the chassis, Wilson says it sounded "dramatically better" than the stock unit.

Offers & New Releases

exclusive benefits for mailing list members

Subscribe Now

What is High-Resolution Audio?

High-resolution audio offers the highest-fidelity available, far surpassing the sound quality of traditional CDs. When you listen to music on a CD or tracks purchased via consumer services such as iTunes, you are hearing a low-resolution version of what was actually recorded and mastered in the studio. ProStudioMasters offers the original studio masters — exactly as the artist, producers and sound engineers mastered them — for download, directly to you.

What do I need for playback?

You may need additional software / hardware to take full advantage of the higher 24-bit high-res audio formats, but any music lover that has heard 16-bit vs 24-bit will tell you it's worth it!

Software for Mac OS X

Software for Windows

Hardware Suggestions