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Bruhns & Scheidemann: Organ Works

Bine Bryndorf

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1.1
Praeambulum in G Major, WV 73
Heinrich Scheidemann; Bine Bryndorf
5:58
1.2
Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, WV 10
Heinrich Scheidemann; Bine Bryndorf
11:08
1.3
Dic nobis Maria, WV 51
Heinrich Scheidemann; Bine Bryndorf
6:27
1.4
Fuga in D Minor, WV 42
Heinrich Scheidemann; Bine Bryndorf
3:17
1.5
Toccata in G Major, WV 43
Heinrich Scheidemann; Bine Bryndorf
8:53
1.6
Praeludium in E Minor (Little)
Nicolaus Bruhns; Bine Bryndorf
5:25
1.7
Praeludium in G Major
Nicolaus Bruhns; Bine Bryndorf
9:54
1.8
Adagio in D Major
Nicolaus Bruhns; Bine Bryndorf
3:00
1.9
Praeludium in G Minor
Nicolaus Bruhns; Bine Bryndorf
4:49
1.10
Nun komm der Heiden Heiland
Nicolaus Bruhns; Bine Bryndorf
10:51
1.11
Praeludium in E Minor, "The Great"
Nicolaus Bruhns; Bine Bryndorf
9:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    79:16
Organist Bine Bryndorf devotes this album to two composers, Nicolaus Bruhns and Heinrich Scheidemann, both representing the North German school of the 17th century, considered the golden age of organ music. Five early pieces by Scheidemann are teamed up with six works by his successor Bruhns, as Bryndorf offers imaginatively virtuosic playing and fervent organ chorales that make use of the whole technical and expressive range of the unique Raphaëlis Baroque organ in Roskilde Cathedral.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo SACD Studio Masters

Recorded in Roskilde Cathedral on 10, 11 and 13 January, 2014 Recording producer: Henrik Sleiborg Editing, mix and mastering: Clemens Johansen Liner notes: Bine Bryndorf and Kristian Olesen English translation, pp. 4-6: James Manley Danish translation, pp. 13-14: Ulrik Spang-Hanssen Proofreader: Svend Ravnkilde Photos p. 16: © Bo Seedorff Photo p. 18: © Britt Lindemann Design: Denise Burt / Elevator Design

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