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Johann Sebastian Bach: Leipzig Organ Works 1723-1750

Maude Gratton

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Prelude & Fugue in E Flat Major, BWV 552  
1
Prelude
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
8:48
2
Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
6:27
18 Chorale Preludes for Organ  
3
O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig, BWV 656
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
8:09
Trio Sonata No. 4 in E Minor, BWV 528  
4
I. Adagio - Vivace
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
2:39
5
II. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
4:19
6
III. Un poco allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
2:28
Canonic Variations on Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her, BWV 769  
7
Variation 1. Canon all' Ottava
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
1:21
8
Variation 2. Canon alla Quinta
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
1:26
9
Variation 3. Canto fermo in Canone alla Sesta e all' rovescio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
2:50
10
Variation 4. Canon alla Settima
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
2:47
11
Variation 5. Canon per augmentationem
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
2:47
4 Duets  
12
No. 1 in E Minor, BWV 802
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
2:27
18 Chorale Preludes for Organ  
13
Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, BWV 665
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
4:59
14
Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
4:09
15
Vor deinen Thron, BWV 668
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
4:56
Prelude & Fugue in E Minor, BWV 548 "Wedge"  
16
Prelude
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
6:05
17
Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Maude Gratton
7:21
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    73:58
French organist and harpsichordist Maude Gratton plays a Gottfried Silbermann organ dating back to 1737 on this ideal programme for demonstrating her art. The intelligent panorama of organ works by J.S. Bach she selected includes pieces both famous and less well known.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – PHI Studio Masters

Recording: October 12-14, 2014, Friedenskirche, Ponitz (Germany)
Recording, Editing, Mastering Engineer: Aline Blondiau

Translations
Catherine Meeùs: French Monika Winterson: German Jens Van Durme: Dutch

Pictures
Cover: Miniatures végétales – Poinsettia 1 © Bob Verschueren
Inside digipak & booklet:
Maude Gratton © Florence Grandidier
Ponitz’ Organ © Evanglisch-Lutherische Kirchgemeinde Ponitz

Label Manager / Production: Aliénor Mahy
Graphic Design: Racasse Studio

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