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Vincent Lübeck − Harald Vogel - Das Gesamtwerk Für Orgel download mp3 album
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Album:
Das Gesamtwerk Für Orgel
Style:
Baroque
Released:
1983
FLAC vers. size:
1975 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1899 mb
WMA vers. size:
1162 mb
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Harald Vogel spielt an der Cosmae-Orgel (1675) in Stade.

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His parents divorced and his mother was later married to Joseph Goebbels.

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Harald Vogel (1941) is a German organist, organologist, and author. He is a leading expert on Renaissance and Baroque keyboard music. He has been professor of organ at the University of the Arts Bremen since 1994. Harald Vogel - Recordings (CD & LP). Harald Vogel and Stef Tuinstra. Johann Sebastian Bach Das Gesamtwerk für Orgel Harald Vogel spielt an der Cosmae-Orgel (1675) in Stade.

Harald Vogel ( 1941) is a German organist and one of the leading experts on renaissance and baroque keyboard music. Vogel has done a large number of recordings including 7 CDs covering the complete organ works of Dieterich Buxtehude. A festschrift containing essays in honor of Vogel's long career, Orphei Organi Antiqui was published by Westfield Center for Keyboard Studies in 2006.

Vincent Lübeck (c. September 1654 – 9 February 1740) was a German composer and organist. He was born in Padingbüttel and worked as organist and composer at Stade's St. Cosmae et Damiani (1675–1702) and Hamburg's famous St. Nikolai (1702–1740), where he played one of the largest contemporary organs. He enjoyed a remarkably high reputation in his lifetime, and had numerous pupils, among which were two of his sons.

Tracklist

A1 Praeambulum In C-dur 6:23
A2 Praeambulum In G-dur 5:54
A3 Ich Ruf Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ 13:02
A4 Praeludium In C-dur 6:14
B1 Praeludium In G-moll 8:26
B2 Praeambulum In C-moll 4:56
B3 Nun Lasst Uns Gott Dem Herren 5:38
B4 Praeludium In D-moll 8:06
B5 Praeambulum In F-dur 3:23

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – St. Cosmae Kirche, Stade

Credits

  • Composed By – Vincent Lübeck
  • Organ – Harald Vogel

Notes

Harald Vogel spielt an der Cosmae-Orgel in Stade.