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Baroque Transcriptions: Trumpet & Organ (Baroque Transcriptions: Trompette & Orgue)

Paul Merkelo, Luc Beauséjour

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1.1
Trio In B Minor BWV 790 (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:44
1.2
Prelude In E Major BWV 878 (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
3:31
1.3
Chorale Prelude BWV 659 (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
4:21
Sonata In D Major  
1.4
I. Allegro (Purcell)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:18
1.5
II. Adagio (Purcell)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
2:01
1.6
III. Allegro (Purcell)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
2:18
Ombra Mai Fu  
1.7
Aria (Handel)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
3:01
Bist Du Bei Mir BWV 508  
1.8
Aria (Stolzel)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
2:34
Sonata In G Major Op. 1, No. 5  
1.9
I. Adagio (Handel)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:19
1.10
II. Allegro (Handel)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:36
1.11
III. Adagio (Handel)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:27
1.12
IV. Bourree (Handel)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
0:51
1.13
V. Menuetto (Handel)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:06
1.14
Hornpipe, Suite In D Major, Z. 667 (Purcell)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:07
Trio Sonata In G Major BWV 1039, 1027 & Kellner  
1.15
I. Adagio (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
3:22
1.16
II. Allegro Ma Non Presto (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
3:12
1.17
III. Andante (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:44
1.18
IV. Presto (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
2:38
1.19
Choral "Es ist das Heil uns kommen her", BWV 638
Luc Beauséjour
1:09
1.20
Chorale Prelude BWV 639 (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
2:20
1.21
Chorale Prelude BWV 601 (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:36
1.22
Prelude In A-Flat Major BWV 862 (Bach)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
1:27
1.23
Adagio (Albinoni)
Paul Merkelo; Luc Beauséjour
5:56
Total Playing Time    51:38
The art of transcription, the adaptation of a composition for an instrument other than that for which it was originally written, has always existed. One need only think of the countless Renaissance songs adapted for keyboard or of the transcriptions made by composers such as Liszt and Busoni, or, more recently, by Gould and Godowsky. And of course, there are the Vivaldi concertos that Bach arranged for organ. When making a transcription, it is often difficult to be completely true to the original composition. Indeed, as Liszt’s transcriptions of Schubert’s lieder so eloquently prove, some transcriptions go so far as to actually transform the composer’s ideas. On this recording, the many transcriptions illustrate the range of a their faithfulness.
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