[SACD-R][OF] Bach, Durufle - Frauenkirche Dresden - Organ Music - Samuel Kummer - 2005 (Classical)

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Bach, Durufle - Frauenkirche Dresden - Organ Music
Samuel Kummer

Жанр: Classical
Год выпуска диска: 2005
Производитель диска: EU - Carus - 83.188
Аудио кодек: DST 2.0, 5.1
Тип рипа: image (ISO)
Битрейт аудио: 2,8224 MHz
Продолжительность: 67:03
J. S. Bach
Concerto d-Moll nach Vivaldi BWV 596
1. Allegro-Grave-Fuga
2. Largo e spiccato
3. Allegro
4. Trio super "Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend" BWV 655
5. J. S. Bach / Piece d'orgue BWV 572
Partite diverse sopra il Corale BWV 768
6. Choral
7. Variatio I
8. Variatio II
9. Variatio III
10. Variatio IV
11. Variatio V
12. Variatio VI
13. Variatio VII
14. Variatio VIII
15. Variatio IX
16. Variatio X
17. Variatio XI
M. Durufle
Suite op. 5
18. Prelude
19. Sicilienne
20. Toccata
After twelve years of construction, the reconstructed Dresden Frauenkirche will be festively dedicated on 30 October 2005. Few organ building projects have been followed with such interest and excitement as the reconstruction of the new organ at the Frauenkirche Dresden. The organ case, like the structure of the church, was designed by George Bähr, and during the rebuilding of the Frauenkirche it was constructed in every detail in accordance with that of the Gottfried Silbermann organ, which was built in 1736 and destroyed in 1945. However, the internal workings of the organ are not simply a reconstruction of the Silbermann organ. Daniel Kern, the organ builder from Strasbourg, followed the “classical” disposition of the Silbermann organ but he also added an additional manual in the French romantic style. The Kern organ unites the numerous advantages of an historical organ with the technical advances of a modern concert instrument.
Through a program on this first CD recording rich in contrasts of style, featuring music by Bach and Duruflè, Samuel Kummer, the organist of the Frauenkirche, demonstrates the astounding sonorous versatility of this organ. On 1 December 1736, shortly after the completion and initial presentation of the Silbermann organ, Johann Sebastian Bach gave an organ recital in the Dresden Frauenkirche to publicly give thanks for the title of Royal Polish and Electoral Saxon Court Composer which had been conferred upon him. Unfortunately we do not know what music Bach played, or whether he improvised on that occasion. For the present recording works were chosen especially suited to the new Kern organ and which would bring to life the sound and acoustics of the Frauenkirche. Maurice Duruflé (1902–1986) derived his musical language from the French tradition; it is carried by a well-polished compositional technique and marked by gentle melancholy. For his Suite op. 5 (1934) Duruflé had in mind for the performance of this work a grand symphonic organ of the Cavaillé-Coll type. His indications for registration point towards the Orgue néoclassique, in which radiant mixtures are heard especially to advantage. This style is also a characteristic for the new organ of the Frauenkirche.
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