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Danziger Barock I: Volckmar, Gronau, Mohrheim

Martin Rost

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Organ Sonata No. 2 in D minor  
1.1
I. Prelude
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
2:31
1.2
II. Fugue
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
4:16
1.3
Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten
Friedrich Christian Mohrheim; Martin Rost
2:24
1.4
Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (Manualiter)
Friedrich Christian Mohrheim; Martin Rost
3:04
1.5
Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern
Friedrich Christian Mohrheim; Martin Rost
2:05
Organ Sonata No. 6 in C Major  
1.6
I. Adagio
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
4:06
1.7
II. Allegro
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
3:52
1.8
Taniec Polsky No. 1 in C Minor
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
1:06
1.9
Taniec Polsky No. 2 in C Major
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
1:14
1.10
Trio in G Major (Allegro)
Friedrich Christian Mohrheim; Martin Rost
2:26
1.11
Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein
Friedrich Christian Mohrheim; Martin Rost
2:50
1.12
Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält
Friedrich Gottlieb Gleimann; Martin Rost
1:20
Wo Gott der Herr nicht bei uns hält  
1.13
I. Chorale in doppio contrapunto
Daniel Magnus Gronau; Martin Rost
4:48
1.14
II. Var. I. Senza pedale
Daniel Magnus Gronau; Martin Rost
3:20
1.15
III. Seconda a 2 claviature con pedale
Daniel Magnus Gronau; Martin Rost
1:44
1.16
IV. Terza
Daniel Magnus Gronau; Martin Rost
2:07
1.17
V. Quarta
Daniel Magnus Gronau; Martin Rost
1:54
1.18
Trio in G Major (Andante)
Friedrich Christian Mohrheim; Martin Rost
2:51
1.19
Vater unser im Himmelreich
Friedrich Christian Mohrheim; Martin Rost
3:02
Organ Sonata No. 1 in F Major  
1.20
I. Allegro
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
1:17
1.21
II. Allegro
Theophil Andreas Volckmar; Martin Rost
6:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:26
German organist Martin Rost recorded this album, the first of two releases, to celebrate the restoration of a Hildebrandt organ in St. Bartholomew's Church in Pasłęk, Poland. The instrument, from 1719, is the only surviving example of the organ builder of such size. And what could be more fitting for the restored organ's debut recording than this Baroque repertoire of the same era? Together with the second volume by Krzysztof Urbaniak, these two albums constitute the world's first full recordings of the organ works of Volckmar and Mohrenheim.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – PASCHENrecords Studio Masters

Recording: September 2013, St. Bartholomäus Church, Pasłęk, Poland. Recording, Editing: Sebastian Paschen. Graphic Design: Franziska Hölzel

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