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August 24, 2014
Format: Audio CD
This is a wonderful sample of the musicianship of Albert Schweitzer. Though the recording is made from some of phonographic record, I prefer it to the modern digitized version, which ends us cutting the bass and making the higher notes screechy.
March 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Scholar in theology and philosopy, organist and author of a still influential study on J.S.Bach and his music, Schweitzer approached a near-mystic perception of his subject's intended message. Especially in the "Liebster Jesu Wir Sind Hier" we hear a reverence beyond technical virtuosity; Schweitzer's tempo reflects meditation on words unspoken, yet musically understood. The flash and wizardry of other interpretations cheapen in proximity to this CD's brilliant simplicity. Here is Bach as Bach intended; here, too, we feel Schweitzer's living compassion and purpose. Buy this CD - it speaks.