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Boehm, Complete Harpsichord Works, I
Boehm, Complete Harpsichord Works, II
Boehm, Complete Organ Works, II
Buxtehude, Complete Organ Works, IV
Buxtehude, Complete Harpsichord Works, I
Buxtehude, Complete Harpsichord Works, II
Buxtehude, Complete Harpsichord Works, III
Buxtehude, Complete Harpsichord Works, IV
Buxtehude, Complete Organ Works, I
Buxtehude, Complete Organ Works, III


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Simone Stella plays Boehm, Complete Organ Works, I

Simone Stella

Boehm, Complete Organ Works, I

Classical Music
Baroque (1600 - 1750)
OC74B (-74)
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Album content

Boehm, Georg (1661-1733): Praeludium, Partitas and Corale-Preludes

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"Spanning 4 albums and presenting four hours of absorbing listening, this charming release explores the musical output of Georg Böhm, one of the most important German organists and composers around the turn of the 18th century, and who is considered to have had a major influence on the training of Johann Sebastian Bach."
Performing all these works is Simone Stella, one of today's most celebrated early music specialists and whose discography already includes two recordings for Brilliant Classics (Buxtehude's Complete Organ Music 94422; Buxtehude's Complete Harpsichord Music 94312). "Thoroughly imaginative and engaging" (Fanfare), "Gelungen und überzeugend" (Klassic.com)." (from Brilliant Classics)

Details of Boehm, Complete Organ Works, IInfo:
Year of release: 2013
The recording was made at OnClassical Studio, Pove del Grappa in 2012.
Time duration: 59:51
Size: 241 Mb (in .wav files)
Original resolution: 88.2 kHz * 24 bit
Original master availability? No
Dynamic range: ?
Sound quality: *** (3 stars = maximum)

Technical cast:
Sound: Alessandro Simonetto
Editing: Alessandro Simonetto
Mastering: Alessandro Simonetto
Artistic direction: Alessandro Simonetto
(General) Production: OnClassical
Equipment used: Neumann mics.
Instrument(s) used: William Horn harpsichord based on J. Ruckers (Antwerp 1643)
Tuning: Alessandro Simonetto
Photo/paint on cover: Graphic by OnClassical using photo by x1brett from flickr.com (CC BY)
Art-work: ©OnClassical
Other notes: N/A

Original audio is copyrighted: OnClassical, © 2012


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