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Bach: Organ works - Organ Chorales from the Neumeister Collection (Edition Bachakademie Vol 86) /Johannsen


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  • Performer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann David Heinichen, Kay Johannsen
  • Audio CD (June 27, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Haenssler Classics
  • ASIN: B00004TKEC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #822,373 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. This Day, It Is So Full Of Joy
2. We Christian Folk
3. The Old Year Has Ended Now
4. Lord God, Now Open Heaven's Gate
5. Dearest Jesus, What Hast Thou Done
6. O Jesus, How Is Thy Form
7. O Innocent Lamb Of God
8. Glory Be To Thee, Christ, Who Art Suffering
9. We All Believe In One God
10. In Deep Distress I Cry To Thee
See all 18 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. God Is My Salvation
2. Jesus, Life Of My Life
3. When Jesus Christ In The Night
4. Oh God, Have Mercy On Me
5. Oh Lord God, Thy Divine Word
6. Now, Let Us Bury The Body
7. Lord Christ, He Is My Being
8. I Have Left All To The Lord
9. Lord Jesus Christ, Thou Highest Good
10. I Love Thee Dearly, Oh Lord
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Leonard J. Loomis on July 3, 2002
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Nearly a generation has passed since Christoff Wolff (and others) prepared the Barenreiter Edition of organ chorales from the Neumeister Collection at Yale. I'd guess they aren't played much. Some may dismiss them out of hand since they are mainly for manuals and thus, would be the reasoning, are not very difficult to master. Others would not, in this day and age of contemporary liturgies, select them either. Probably not many are possessed of the mental agility to sit for nearly an hour and a half and listen to liturgical music with no overriding theme like one of his passions or cantatas.
The fact is, the Neumeister Chorales are wonderful to listen to...especially if they are taken in relatively small bites. And, they are not especially easy to play. There is a special clarity of sound, both in the recording and in the execution, on these disks. There is no setting of ultra fast tempos just because the artist can get his fingers over superfast 32nd note cadenzas. Kay Johannsen is lucid, relaxed and imaginative. He is playing a magnificent instrument in a space that is not overly reverberant. The registrations and articulation are certainly baroque but Johannsen's embelishments are not overdone. A student can listen and say: "Ah, that's exactly how I'd like to play it" ... and not be far off the right track. At its price, this set is a welcome addition to a library.
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You will notice that the track list and contents list for this set are entirely different. Even the organists are variously credited as Kay Johannesen and Brina Bryndorf. Amazon should straighten this out.
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