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A South German Exploration of the Köck organ, Obervellach

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Uploaded by: yolar (03/29/21)
Composer: Pachelbel, Kindermann, Fischer, Krieger, Buttstett, Kerll
Sample Producer: Piotr Grabowski
Sample Set: Köck (1700), Obervellach
Software: Hauptwerk V
Genre: Baroque
The Franz Köck organ in Obervellach is a beautiful instrument in a church with rich acoustics. In this upload:
1. I want to show you some short pieces, typical for the South German baroque organ school.
2. I will explore some different sides of the Köck organ & sample set.
3. I play mostly free works and three chorale preludes fitting for Passiontide.

00:17​ Pachelbel - Toccata in e-moll, P.462
02:17​ Kindermann - Dreifache Fuga super
04:27​ Krieger - Praeludium aus F
05:28​ Krieger - Praeludium aus B
06:53​ Pachelbel - Fantasia in a-moll, P.126
08:56​ Buttstett - Christ lag in Todesbanden
11:11​ Fischer - Praeludium, Fuga & Finale in e-moll
12:42​ Pachelbel - Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stand, P.70
15:38​ Kerll - Praeludium & Fuge in C-dur

The sheet music and the used registrations are in the video.
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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