Léon Berben – Matthias Weckmann: Complete organ works (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Léon Berben - Matthias Weckmann: Complete organ works (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Léon Berben
Album: Matthias Weckmann: Complete organ works
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 02:30:52
Total Tracks: 47
Total Size: 2,71 GB

Tracklist:

01. Léon Berben – Praeambulum Primi Toni a 5 (03:34)
02. Léon Berben – Fuga (04:48)
03. Léon Berben – Canzon in G (03:20)
04. Léon Berben – Gott seÿ gelobet und gebenedeyet Primus Versus (02:45)
05. Léon Berben – Gott seÿ gelobet und gebenedeyet Secundus Versus (03:58)
06. Léon Berben – Toccata in e (03:50)
07. Léon Berben – Canzona in d (03:14)
08. Léon Berben – Ach wir armen Sünder Primus Versus (01:28)
09. Léon Berben – Ach wir armen Sünder Secundus Versus (02:23)
10. Léon Berben – Ach wir armen Sünder Tertius Versus (02:06)
11. Léon Berben – Fantasia Ex D (04:05)
12. Léon Berben – Komm heiliger Geist, Herre Gott Primus Versus (02:23)
13. Léon Berben – Komm heiliger Geist, Herre Gott Secundus Versus (03:40)
14. Léon Berben – Komm heiliger Geist, Herre Gott Tertius Versus (03:05)
15. Léon Berben – Canzona in c (05:12)
16. Léon Berben – Nun freut Euch lieben Christen Gemein Primus Versus (02:19)
17. Léon Berben – Nun freut Euch lieben Christen Gemein Secundus Versus (02:17)
18. Léon Berben – Nun freut Euch lieben Christen Gemein Tertius Versus (02:24)
19. Léon Berben – Toccata Dal 12 Tuono (03:46)
20. Léon Berben – Canzon del istesso tono (02:08)
21. Léon Berben – Toccata vel Praeludium Primi Toni (02:25)
22. Léon Berben – Magnificat Primus Versus (01:16)
23. Léon Berben – Magnificat Secundus Versus (02:15)
24. Léon Berben – Magnificat Tertius Versus (02:13)
25. Léon Berben – Magnificat Quartus Versus (01:17)
26. Léon Berben – Gelobet seystu Jesu Christ Primus Versus (01:31)
27. Léon Berben – Gelobet seystu Jesu Christ Secundus Versus (01:16)
28. Léon Berben – Gelobet seystu Jesu Christ Tertius Versus (01:01)
29. Léon Berben – Canzon in C (03:09)
30. Léon Berben – Gelobet seystu Jesu Christ Primus Versus (Extended Version) (01:29)
31. Léon Berben – Gelobet seystu Jesu Christ Secundus Versus (Extended Version) (06:36)
32. Léon Berben – Gelobet seystu Jesu Christ Tertius Versus (Extended Version) (02:07)
33. Léon Berben – Gelobet seystu Jesu Christ Quartus Versus (Extended Version) (01:19)
34. Léon Berben – O Lux Beata Trinitas Primus Versus (03:24)
35. Léon Berben – O Lux Beata Trinitas Secundus Versus (02:13)
36. Léon Berben – O Lux Beata Trinitas Tertius Versus (02:17)
37. Léon Berben – O Lux Beata Trinitas Quartus Versus (08:14)
38. Léon Berben – O Lux Beata Trinitas Quintus Versus (06:54)
39. Léon Berben – O Lux Beata Trinitas Sextus Versus (02:40)
40. Léon Berben – Toccata ex D (04:11)
41. Léon Berben – Es ist das Heÿl uns kommen her Primus Versus (03:48)
42. Léon Berben – Es ist das Heÿl uns kommen her Secundus Versus (02:16)
43. Léon Berben – Es ist das Heÿl uns kommen her Tertius Versus (03:37)
44. Léon Berben – Es ist das Heÿl uns kommen her Quartus Versus (02:07)
45. Léon Berben – Es ist das Heÿl uns kommen her Quintus Versus (02:33)
46. Léon Berben – Es ist das Heÿl uns kommen her Sextus Versus (11:24)
47. Léon Berben – Es ist das Heÿl uns kommen her Ultimus Versus (04:11)

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For the first time Matthias Weckmann’s complete organ works have now been recorded on instruments from the early 17th century and thus on truly appropriate organs. The choice of the Stellwagen organ in the Jakobikirche in Lübeck and the Scherer organ in the Stephanuskirche in Tangermünde make this recording a real highlight – of course as Super Audio CDs in stereo and surround sound…Léon Berben has chosen to play two of the most famous early baroque organs in Germany for his complete recording (double SACD) of all organ works by Matthias Weckmann: the Hans Scherer organ (1624) in the Stephanuskirche in Tangermünde and the Friedrich Stellwagen organ (1636) in the Jakobikirche in Lübeck. Both instruments are wonderfully preserved and have been restored in an exemplary manner. They are stylistically ideally suited to the organ works of Heinrich Schütz’ pupil Matthias Weckmann. Léon Berben once again bears witness to his profound knowledge of early baroque playing techniques and ornamentation and elicits authentic sounds from a bygone era. The colourfulness of his art of registration makes the works sound as if they were performed by a baroque instrumental ensemble.

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