℗ 2015 PASCHENrecords
Released May 5, 2015
Duration 59m 31s
Record Label PASCHENrecords
Catalogue No. PR150030
Genre Classical (Instrumental)
 

Retrospection: Organ Works of the 16th & 17th Century

Krzysztof Urbaniak

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Kraków Tablature  
1.1
Preambulum magnum
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
2:09
Kraków Tablature, Nasz zbawiciel pan bog (God Our Saviour)  
1.2
Verse 1
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
0:44
1.3
Verse 2
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:36
1.4
Verse 3
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
3:10
Łowicz Tablature, Magnificat primi toni  
1.5
Magnificat anima mea dominum
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:08
1.6
Quia respexit
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:16
1.7
Et misericordia
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:09
1.8
Deposuit potentes
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:11
1.9
Suscepit Israel
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:22
1.10
Gloria patri
Anonymous; Krzysztof Urbaniak
0:56
Musica Britannica, Vol. 14 No. 40, Salve Regina I  
1.11
Salve
John Bull; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:30
1.12
Ad te clamamus
John Bull; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:14
1.13
Eia ergo
John Bull; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:22
1.14
O clemens
John Bull; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:27
1.15
Pro fine
John Bull; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:46
1.16
Canzon á 4 Voci
Hans Leo Hassler; Krzysztof Urbaniak
4:16
Facultad organica  
1.17
No. 29, Quinto tiento de medio registro de tiple de septimo tono
Francisco Corrêa de Arauxo; Krzysztof Urbaniak
4:29
1.18
No. 43, Tiento de medio registro de baxon de sexto tono
Francisco Corrêa de Arauxo; Krzysztof Urbaniak
2:41
1.19
Melodia á 4 Voci
Johannes Fischer; Krzysztof Urbaniak
4:55
1.20
Lucidor einß hütt der schaf
Matthias Weckmann; Krzysztof Urbaniak
2:06
4 Variations on Die lieblichen Blicke  
1.21
Var. 1, —
Matthias Weckmann; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:44
1.22
Var. 2, —
Matthias Weckmann; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:37
1.23
Var. 3, —
Matthias Weckmann; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:43
1.24
Var. 4, —
Matthias Weckmann; Krzysztof Urbaniak
1:47
1.25
Canzona No. 2 in G Minor, FbWV 302
Johann Jacob Froberger; Krzysztof Urbaniak
4:23
1.26
Fantasia sopra "Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la" in C major, FbWV 201
Johann Jacob Froberger; Krzysztof Urbaniak
7:50
Digital Booklet
Retrospection from Krzysztof Urbaniak pays tribute to the organ music of the 16th and 17th centuries, from very rarely played pieces of Polish organ tablatures to works by more familiar composers such as Hans Leo Hassler, Jacob Froberger and Matthias Weckmann. An exciting trip through musical history, this programme was chosen to be performed on an instrument as authentic as could be: the Renaissance organ from the Danish Sønderborg Castle, built around 1570 and currently one of the oldest playable organs in Europe.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – PASCHENrecords Studio Masters

Recording: November 201 4, Sønderborg Castle, Denmark Recording Supervisor: Sebastian Paschen Booklet Edting: Sebastian Paschen English Translation: Dorothea Harris Danish Translation: Hans Christian Hein Graphic Design: Franziska Hölzel
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-6.03
-16.66 to -0.01
-21.54
-32.91 to -14.40
-18.38
-29.90 to -11.00
9
8 to 11
1
Preambulum magnum
-0.01-14.40-11.09
2
Verse 1
-8.23-22.36-19.69
3
Verse 2
-7.22-21.28-17.69
4
Verse 3
-3.17-17.51-15.19
5
Magnificat anima mea dominum
-0.60-17.07-14.19
6
Quia respexit
-1.60-16.55-14.09
7
Et misericordia
-1.94-16.93-14.010
8
Deposuit potentes
-0.44-17.57-14.99
9
Suscepit Israel
-3.29-20.20-17.510
10
Gloria patri
-0.18-15.13-11.79
11
Salve
-0.01-14.57-11.410
12
Ad te clamamus
-12.56-28.14-22.910
13
Eia ergo
-8.70-23.08-20.49
14
O clemens
-9.20-23.29-20.18
15
Pro fine
-0.12-15.81-12.110
16
Canzon á 4 Voci
-1.11-19.06-15.611
17
No. 29, Quinto tiento de medio registro de tiple de septimo tono
-12.34-27.65-24.39
18
No. 43, Tiento de medio registro de baxon de sexto tono
-8.04-21.97-19.38
19
Melodia á 4 Voci
-3.93-19.14-16.79
20
Lucidor einß hütt der schaf
-12.37-29.49-26.410
21
Var. 1, —
-16.66-31.69-28.99
22
Var. 2, —
-15.03-31.70-28.710
23
Var. 3, —
-12.54-29.72-25.611
24
Var. 4, —
-16.45-32.91-29.99
25
Canzona No. 2 in G Minor, FbWV 302
-1.13-16.86-14.310
26
Fantasia sopra "Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la" in C major, FbWV 201
-0.01-15.81-11.910

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