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Uploaded by: EdoL (04/23/18)
Composer: Buttstedt, Johann Heinrich
Sample Producer: OrganART Media
Sample Set: 1731 G. Silbermann, Reinhardtsgrimma (SURROUND)
Software: Hauptwerk
Genre: Baroque
Description:
This chorale by Johann Heinrich Buttstedt (1666-1727) is a demonstration of the by Gottfried Silbermann recommended registration: "Lieblicher Floehten Zug"
(Lovely Flutes)

It comes from the registration examples Silbermann wrote down for the organ in Fraureuth, but the stops (for this registration) can all be done on Reinhardtsgrimma also.

The Silbermann pdf on registration is attached.

HW:
Qvinta dena 8. Fuß
Spiz=Fleute 4. Fuß

Ped:
Sub Baß 16. Fuß
HW-P (Windkoppel)

Johann Heinrich Buttstett (also Buttstedt, Buttstädt; (1666-1727) was a German Baroque organist and composer.
Although he was Johann Pachelbel's most important pupil and one of the last major exponents of the south German organ tradition, Buttstett is best remembered for a dispute with Johann Mattheson.

Buttstett was somewhat acclaimed as a teacher during his years at the Predigerkirche, surrounding himself with a circle of pupils. The most important composer to receive musical training from him was Johann Gottfried Walther.
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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