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Pachelbel, His Canon and Much More

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Pachelbel, His Canon and Much More / Douglas Lawrence

  • Published by Move Records [MD3013] — 1 CD
  • Purchase Price: $22.73 (Usually ships in 1-4 days) — Add to Cart
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Features works by Pachelbel including the popular 'Canon in D major', music by Buxtehude including the 'Ciacona in E minor' and the 'Passacaglia in D minor', in addition to works by Greene, Camidge, and Schiedt. The only recordings of the Ronald Sharp organ in the Ormond College Chapel built by Sydney organbuilder, Ronald Sharp before it was rebuilt and enlarged in 1993.

 

Track Listing

Ormond College bell
Toccata in E minor (Johann Pachelbel)
Fantasia in G minor (Johann Pachelbel)
Toccata in C major (Johann Pachelbel)
Chorale Prelude: Komm Heiliger Geist (Johann Pachelbel)
Ricercar in C minor (Johann Pachelbel)
Ciacona in F minor (Johann Pachelbel)
Chorale Prelude: Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Johann Pachelbel)
Chorale Prelude: Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund (Johann Pachelbel)
Chorale Prelude: Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her (a) and (b) (Johann Pachelbel)
Diapason (Maurice Greene)
Gavotte (Matthew Camidge)
Echo: ad manuale duplex, forte e piano (Samuel Scheidt)
Air and 4 variations on the old Dutch song "Ah, you fine young horseman" (Samuel Scheidt )
Ciacona in E minor (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Ach Herr, mich armen Sunder (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Nun bitten wir den Heilgen Geist (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Prelude and Fugue in D minor (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Von Gott will ich nicht lassen (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Passacaglia in D minor (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Nun komm der Heiden Heiland (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (Dietrich Buxtehude)
Canon in D major (Johann Pachelbel )

 

Press Quotes

“This record is in every respect a treasure”

The Herald

“This is a great collection and the sound is as Ron Sharp left it.”

— Bruce Steele, Organo Pleno

“The acoustics are a joy; warm, flattering and intimate ... the Canon in D recorded here after the instrument's restoration, comes up so well as to suggest this is a more positive arrangement than the one for strings.”

The Melburnian

“The playing and articulation cannot be faulted. The sound of the organ is heard close up: delightful for softer pieces and you could listen to those endlessly.”

Victorian Organ Journal


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