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Ja kyung Oh plays the Yokota/GOArt organ of Seoul, Korea Music for a Princess Franz Tunder: Organ Works - Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra
Ja kyung Oh plays the Yokota/GOArt organ of Seoul, Korea
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Music for a Princess / Richards
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Franz Tunder Organ Works/Ruiter-Feenstra (2 CDs!)
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Munetaka Yokota—researcher, designer, and organ builder at GOArt (the Göteborg Organ Art Center) at Göteborg University, Sweden—designed the organ at Korea National University of Arts (K'Arts) according to the style of Arp Schnitger and based on the extensive Schnitger research done by GOArt.  Yokota especially modeled this organ after an example of Schnitger's in Charlottenburg (Berlin), which demonstrates some significant differences from Schnitger's North German instruments.

K'Arts organist Ja kyung Oh is director of the Early Music Institute at K'Arts.
The first recording of the new research organ at Cornell University, modeled after the 1706 Schnitger organ of Charlottenburg! This recording explores the richness of the extensive library of music collected by Princess Amalia, including her own original works. Annette Richards is a leading scholar of the music in this library, especially the music of C. P. E. Bach written for Amalia. Organ Works of Franz Tunder North German Baroque organ Örgryte nya kyrka, Göteborg, Sweden Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra, organist Franz Tunder was a brilliant composer of North German organ music two generations before Bach. Predecessor and father-in-law to Dieterich Buxtehude at St. Mary's Church in Lübeck, Germany, he presided over the large North German organ in a room of monumental scale. This is the first American recording of the new North German Organ, part of a research project in Göteborg, Sweden, that is changing organ building practices around the world. Detailed description of the organ and complete registrations are included in the booklet text.
Buxtehude and the Mean Tone Organ - Hans Davidsson Buxtehude organ works: The Bach Perspective - Hans Davidsson Sweelinck - Jonathan Dimmock
Buxtehude organ works, v.1: Buxtehude and the Mean-Tone Organ/Davidsson (2 CDs!)
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Buxtehude organ works, v.2: The Bach Perspective/Davidsson (2 CDs!)
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Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck: Master of the Dutch Renaissance/Dimmock (2 CDs!)
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The first of three volumes (7 CDs total) of the complete organ works of Buxtehude; Volume One focuses on Buxtehude's best known works, and their relationship to mean-tone tuning temperament.
Drawn by reports of the acclaimed organist of the Mariankirche in Lübeck, Dieterich Buxtehude, the 20-year old J. S. Bach traveled almost 300 miles to hear Buxtehude’s music first hand. On the second in our three-volume set of the complete organ works of Buxtehude, Hans Davidsson plays the ground-breaking repertoire that was known to Bach and his circle, and which may have influenced his musical compositions and performance. Known as the “Orpheus of Amsterdam,” Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck was the greatest single influence on the succeeding generation of north European organists and composers, including H. Scheidemann, J. Praetorius II, M. Schildt, and both Samuel and Gottfried Scheidt.

Jonathan Dimmock brings these influential works to life on three landmark mean-tone organs in Holland and Sweden.
Buxtehude organ works: The Schnitger Organ - Hans Davidsson Complete Works of Weckman/Hans Davidsson (3 CDs!) Georg Böhm: Complete Organ Works (3 CDs)
Buxtehude organ works, v.3: Buxtehude and the Schnitger Organ (3 CDs!)/Davidsson
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Complete Works of Weckman/Hans Davidsson (3 CDs!)
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Georg Böhm: Complete Organ Works (3 CDs)
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Buxtehude's visit with Arp Schnitger in Hamburg in 1687 began an association that lasted for many years and resulted in the building of the four-manual organ at the Cathedral in Lùbeck, as well as modifications to the organ at Saint Marien.  Hans Davidsson explores the encounter between Buxtehude and Schnitger using the four-manual organ in Gothenburg, Sweden in this final volume of the complete works of Buxtehude. The first recording of Georg Böhm's (Boehm, Bohm) complete organ works performed on a large, four-manual organ, similar to the Schnitger organs in Hamburg that inspired his stylistically diverse compositions. Later Boehm became mentor to the young J.S. Bach in Luneburg.

This product includes a free YouTube hosted video by the Davidsson Organ and Dance Collaborative. For details on this video and its role in the performance of this CD collection, see the article in the on-line PDF booklet.
Buxtehude Organ Works - The Complete Collection/Hans Davidsson
Buxtehude Organ Works - Complete (7 CDs!)/Davidsson
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Recent research shows that Buxtehude had only mean-tone organs at his disposal during his life. Although there are many good recordings on well-tempered organs (including some antiques), performing these works on mean-tone instruments requires both a radical re-assessment of traditional performance ideas and a large and extraordinary organ. Hans Davidsson is the ideal performer for this task, and he plays the huge “North German Baroque Organ” of Gothenburg, Sweden. The complete organ works are recorded here in three volumes totaling 7 compact discs.
   
 
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