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Tjällmo

Gotthard Arnér

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1
Preludium in D Minor
Jan Podbielski; Gotthard Arnér
1:44
2
Sonata sui Flauti 2
Giovanni Battista Martini; Gotthard Arnér
3:18
3
Offertorio in C Major
Domenico Zipoli; Gotthard Arnér
2:09
4
Pastoral
Philip Hayes; Gotthard Arnér
3:29
5
Organ Voluntary in C Major, Op. 5, No. 1
John Stanley; Gotthard Arnér
8:38
6
Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna
Bernardo Pasquini; Gotthard Arnér
2:57
7
Allegro
Joao de Sousa Carvalho; Gotthard Arnér
3:05
8
Flute Piece
William Hine; Gotthard Arnér
2:05
9
Fugue in A Minor
Bohuslav Cernohorsky; Gotthard Arnér
2:42
10
Fantasy on On freudt verzer
Paul Hofhaimer; Gotthard Arnér
2:53
Organ Voluntary in D Minor, Op. 6  
11
I. Siciliano
John Stanley; Gotthard Arnér
1:56
Pars secunda tabulaturae  
12
Echo: Cantilena anglica de Fortuna (Fortune my foe)
Samuel Scheidt; Gotthard Arnér
6:45
Total Playing Time    41:41
Organist Gotthard Arnér performs this recital of Baroque and Renaissance compositions on a remarkable organ builit in 1710 and installed in Tjällmo church in southeastern Sweden in 1741.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Proprius Studio Masters

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