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Toccata orgelstycken från skilda tider

Bengt Berg

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1
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565
Johann Sebastian Bach; Bengt Berg
9:50
2
Noel No. 10, "Noel grand-jeu et duo"
Louis-Claude Daquin; Bengt Berg
5:45
3
Von Gott will ich nicht lassen, BuxWV 220
Dietrich Buxtehude; Bengt Berg
2:25
24 Pieces de fantaisie, Op. 54  
4
No. 6. Carillon de Westminster
Louis Vierne; Bengt Berg
6:45
Organ Concerto No. 2, Op. 34, "Es sungen drei Engel"  
5
I. Toccata
Hans Friedrich Micheelsen; Bengt Berg
6:10
6
Praeludium in E Minor
Nicolaus Bruhns; Bengt Berg
8:50
7
Prelude and Fugue in A Minor, Op. 49
Emil Sjogren; Bengt Berg
9:00
Total Playing Time    48:45
This 1974 album of toccata pieces from different periods of history is performed by Swedish organist Bengt Berg on a modern (at the time) organ installed in Matteus church in Stockholm. Berg demonstrates how convincingly a new instrument can perform both sonorous classical music as well as the mysterious impressionism of later French music.
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