Ton Koopman's ongoing series of Buxtehude's complete works, with the organ music played by the master himself, continues to be a pleasure for the general listener as well as an entry in specialist discussions in issues of Buxtehude performance. Koopman's program is performed on an organ in the Jacobi Church in Hamburg, probably the nearest thing to an authentic instrument, for the organs used by Buxtehude himself at points farther north have been lost. It's an agile, colorful instrument, bright rather than massive, with sharp contrasts among its quite various registers.
Dieterich Buxtehude – Opera Omnia is a project to record the complete works (in Latin: opera omnia) of the German Baroque composer Dieterich Buxtehude, completed in October 2014 and released on Challenge Records. After Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir had finished a recording of the complete cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach they began in 2005 the project "Dieterich Buxtehude - Opera Omnia" to record the complete works of Dieterich Buxtehude
Ton Koopman plays on the Schnitger organ (1693), St. Jacobi Kirche, Hamburg (D). Recording Date: October 2007 Recording Location: Hamburg (D), St. Jacobi Kirche Release date: 05 September 2008. EAC extraction logfile from 7. March 2018, 13:04. Various Artists, Buxtehude: Opera Omnia VIII. EXE Additional command line options : -8 -e -p -V -T "ARTIST %artist%" -T "TITLE %title%" -T "ALBUM %albumtitle%" -T "DATE.
Opera Omnia 1. Ton Koopman (harpsichord). Release Date: 24th Nov 2006. Catalogue No: CC72240. Label: Challenge Classics. Series: Buxtehude Opera Omnia. Length: 2 hours 15 minutes. Performing on two copies of Stefanini and Ruckers harpsichords, Ton Koopman completes the exquisite solo oeuvre by Buxtehude with captivating élan. Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010 More.
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Ton Koopman/Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra 21/0/2014. 1 Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BuxWV 101 Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra 10:47. 2 O clemens, o mitis, BuxWV 82 Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra 8:11. 3 Gen Himmel zu dem Vater mein, BuxWV 32 Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra 7:26. 4 Surrexit Christus hodie, BuxWV 99 Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra 5:47. 5 Lauda anima mea Dominum, BuxWV 67 Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra 8:50.
In the succession of Franz Tunder in Lübeck Buxtehude broadened the scope and format of vocal composition by adding sophisticated strophic arias, increasing the role of instrumental ensembles, refining instrumental textures of the vocal scores, and making multi- movement structures are more normative feature in sacred music. His compositions are based on one side on Latin works, . O Clemens, o mitis, the second part of his works are settings of Lutheran hymn texts, . Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme. And on the other hand her made settings of pietist poems. Buxtehude deserves it. Ton Koopman.
The eighth volume in Ton Koopman's survey of the complete works of Dieterich Buxtehude takes us to the Trio Sonatas Opus 1. The sound of these Italian-influenced studies of agitation is beautifully immediate, the performance a dialogue between two pairs of duet partners, with violinist Catherine Manson a lively foil to Paolo Pandolfo's gloriously open-sounding viola da gamba, and lutenist Mike Fentross tailoring each phrase to Koopman's harpsichord or organ.
Album · 2011 · 7 Songs. Paolo Pandolfo, Catherine Manson, Ton Koopman & Mike Fentross. Released: Feb 21, 2011. 2011 Challenge Classics. More By Members of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.
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