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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

1723 Hildebrandt/Kreuzkirche, Störmthal
1723 Hildebrandt/Kreuzkirche, Störmthal

Bach Here and There

…diverse venues and interpretive attitudes explore the universal genius of J.S.B.

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Audio Complete Show 1 hr 58 Min

Audio 2011 Hour 1 59:00 Min

Audio 2011 Hour 2 59:00 Min

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

J. S. BACHToccata & Fugue in d, BWV 565Jean-Michel Douiller (2007 Thomas/Temple du Bouclier, Strasbourg) OrganRoxx 06

BACHTrio Sonata No. 2 in c, BWV 526Claudio Brizi (1756 Migend/Good Counsel Church, Berlin-Karlshorst) Quadrivium 022

BACHFantasy in c, BWV 562BACH3 Schübler Chorales (Wer nur den lieben Gott-Meine Seele erhebt den Herren-Ach bleib bei uns, BWV 647-9) –Frederick Teardo (1741 Johann-Andreas Silbermann/St. Thomas Church, Strasbourg) JAV 191

BACHPassacaglia in c, BWV 582Ann Elise Smoot (1741 J-A Silbermann/St. Thomas Church, Strasbourg) JAV 192

Filler – Bach Trio Sonata (1st movement) (SEE ABOVE)

Hour 2

BACHLiebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV 731Albert Schweitzer (1911 Dahlstein/St. Aurelie, Strasbourg) IFO 801/06

BACH (ed. Straube):  Prelude in b, BWV 544Dean Billmeyer (1904 Sauer/Michaeliskirche, Leipzig) Rondeau 614546

BACHLiebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV 706BACHPrelude & Fugue in a, BWV 543Anthony Newman (1976 Henderson & Wilson/Wooster School, Danbury, CT) Vox 5013

BACHPrelude & Fugue in G, BWV 541Albrecht Koch (1714 Gottfried Silbermann/St. Mary Cathedral, Freiberg) Motette 13671

BACHChorale and Prelude, Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele, BWV 654Ullrich Böhme (1723 Hildebrandt/Kreuzkirche, Störmthal + 2000 Wöhl/St. Thomas Church, Leipzig) Rondeau 6050/1

BACHPrelude & Fugue in D, BWV 532Daniel Roth (1862 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sulpice, Paris) Organ/IFO 7244

Filler – Bach Trio Sonata (3rd movement) (SEE ABOVE)

You can read more Albert Schweitzer's connection to Bach and the fascinating beginnings of the Organ Reform in Alsace, as well as two additional perspectives on its continuation in Germany and the United States.

APOBAContinuing support of PIPEDREAMS is provided in loving memory of Wesley and Lucinda Dudley by their family, with additional support from Walter McCarthy, Clara Ueland, and the Greystone Foundation, by Jan Kirchner on behalf of her family foundation, by the Art and Martha Kaemmer Fund of the HRK Foundation, in celebration of the life of Martha Hulings Kaemmer, and by listener-contributors to this public radio station. Additional support comes from Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. of Warrensburg, MO and Schoenstein & Co., Pipe Organ Builders of Benecia, CA, members of APOBA, the Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America, a collaborative of designers, creators, and maintainers of pipe organs found in religious and educational institutions, concert halls, and residences throughout the United States and beyond. An APOBA resource guide and member prospectus is available at APOBA.COM.

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