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Fuge g-moll BWV 578

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Playing Widor's 1. Symphonie in its first version from 1876 - by Wolfram Syré

Widor created more than one new versions of his symphonies. For to say it directly: He composed agai...

Uploaded by: sanden (01/09/17)
Composer: Bach, J. S.
Sample Producer: OrganART Media
Sample Set: 1732 Andreas Silbermann Organ, Ebersmünster
Genre: Baroque
Description:
In the "same piece" with another baroque organ. Soon a third version with another beautiful organ in the Baroque style. You choose the best according to your opinion.

A bit of history. The first version is with a "Gottfried Silbermann" of the Petrikirche in Freiberg, this second version is played on the "Andreas Silbermann organ". Andreas, brother of Gottfried settled in Alsace where, not to interfere and to compete with his brother, he built organs in the French baroque style of the time. Gottfried, after learning from Andreas craft art, returned to Freiberg in Saxony, Germany. His organs were very valued by the same j.s. Bach.

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Recorded in: Stereo
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