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The Young Bach - Harald Vogel Organs of Ostfriesland, v.1  - Harald Vogel The Bach Circle, v.1 - Harald Vogel
The Young Bach/Vogel
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THE YOUNG BACH reveals Bach, the teenager- a brilliant debut of talent that would change the organ world forever. Harald Vogel offers new insights into some of Bach's most popular early works, playing John Brombaugh's historically inspired instrument in Eugene, Oregon. Includes Bach's "Eight little Preludes and Fugues". Oostfriesland in Northwest Germany, together with the adjacent region in Holland (Friesland) contains the largest concentration of antique pipe organs in the world. The five organs heard on this CD represent organ culture from the Renaissance, the Baroque, and the Rococo. Full descriptions and pictures of each organ, and registrations used are included in the 28-page booklet.
The Bach Circle represents Bach's organ compositions in relationship to the music of his contemporaries, predecessors, and important pupils on historic instruments. Volume II begins with a stunning interpretation of Toccata and Fugue in d-minor, interpreted on the largest organ preserved from Bach's period, the Treutmann organ of Grauhof, Germany (1734-37).
The Bach Circle, v.2 - Harald Vogel Recital at Ascension - Harald Vogel Hamburg's Role in Northern European Organ Building by Gustav Fock, translated and edited by Lynn Edwards and Edward C. Pepe, with a forward and appendix by Harald Vogel.
The Bach Circle represents Bach's organ compositions in relationship to the music of his contemporaries, predecessors, and important pupils on historic instruments. Volume III features one of Schnitger's most well-preserved organs, in Noordbroek, Holland.
This CD documents the second recital given on the new Fritts organ at Church of the Ascension (Episcopal) in Seattle. German organ virtuoso Harald Vogel takes us on a tour of this new instrument built in 18th century Dutch and German traditions. Included in the program is Cantica Rustica Americana, presumably "discovered" by Herr Vogel and played for the first time in this recital. This theme and variations are based on a 17th-century American folksong that everyone will recognize. The Definitive Work on Renaissance and Early Baroque Organ Building in Northern Germany 160 pages, photographs
Orphei Organi Antiqui: Essays in Honor of Harald Vogel, ed. Cleveland Johnson
Orphei Organi Antiqui, "for the Orpheus of the Historic Organ," is a book of essays about organs that celebrates the multifaceted career and visionary endeavors of Harald Vogel, a pioneering authority on German keyboard performance of the eighteenth-century and earlier. This Festschrift publication, in celebration of Vogel's 65th birthday, brings together twenty-one articles and essays on topics reflecting the colorful spectrum of his interests. The volume begins with writings about Harald Vogel---the man, teacher, performer, and scholar. Further contributions deal with issues of keyboard literature, performance practice, improvisation, congregational singing, organ restoration, and organ culture.
   
 
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