Johann Sebastian Bach, E. Power Biggs - The Golden Age Of The Organ mp3 album
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Sonic Solutions CD Pre-Mastering System.
Johann Sebastian Bach. Johann Sebastian Bach. 3. Toccata and Fugue, for organ in F major, BWV 540 (BC J39, 55, 73). 4. Fugue for organ in G major, BWV 577 (BC J61). Toccata, Adagio and Fugue, for organ in C major, BWV 564 (BC J36). 8. Fugue for organ in G minor ("Little"), BWV. Bach: Organ Works (Essential Classics). The late E. Power Biggs' recording of the 4 "Great" Toccatas & Fugues (brilliantly recorded on analog equipment in a church in Germany on a "vintage" organ with pipes placed in various locations throughout the church for an amazing "surround sound" effect) is the definitive treatment of these pieces. NO ONE has ever touched it - either before or since - for conveying the majesty of Bach's greatest works. Biggs' virtuosity and the passion of his playing is scary and thrilling. Biggs establishes Bach's piece as one of the crowning artistic achievements of the human race. The Toccata & Fugue in F Major (an under-played piece in the Great Organ Works Canon) is also done brilliantly. The deep, bass "F" note that opens the piece swells like a tsunami under the delicate toccata and will shake your rafters.
Organ – E. Power Biggs. Original ca. 1964 was on Columbia 2-eye. This is 1970s 6-eye reissue. Side A : An Organ Tour of Germany Side B : An Organ Tour of Germany Side C : An Organ Tour of Holland Side D : An Organ Tour of Holland. With a 20-Page Booklet of Photographs, Organ Specifications & articles by experts on his life & work. Vinyl records are in a box set. An Organ Tour of Germany & Holland with E. Power Biggs playing Bach. Label: Columbia Masterworks – M2S 697 Type: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Album Stereo Country: US Date of released: 1973 Category: Classical Style: Baroque. Triosonata No. 1 in E-Flat Major, BWV 525: Allegro. Edward George Power Biggs (1906 - 1977) was an American organist, born and trained in England. He also made several recordings with a pedal harpsichord.
Bourrée in E minor is a popular lute piece, the fifth movement from Suite in E minor for Lute, BWV 996 (BC L166) written by Johann Sebastian Bach. This piece is arguably one of the most famous pieces among guitarists. A bourrée was a type of dance that originated in France with quick duple meter and an upbeat. Though the bourrée was popular as a social dance and shown in theatrical ballets during the reign of Louis XIV of France, the Bourrée in E minor was not intended for dancing.
Album · 1998 · 5 Songs. By Max Reger & Johann Sebastian Bach - Ernst Breidenbach & Oliver Kolb. 5. Passacaglia and Fugue In C Minor, BWV 582 (arr. L. Stokowski for Orchestra). By Leopold Stokowski & Johann Sebastian Bach - Frankfurt Brandenburg State Orchestra & Nikos Athinaos. Bach: Works for Organ. Bach: The Great Organ Works.
|M2S 697||Johann Sebastian Bach, E. Power Biggs||Johann Sebastian Bach, E. Power Biggs - The Golden Age Of The Organ (2xLP, RE, Alb)||Columbia Masterworks||M2S 697||US||1973|
|M2L 297||Johann Sebastian Bach, E. Power Biggs||Johann Sebastian Bach, E. Power Biggs - The Golden Age Of The Organ (2xLP, Mono)||Columbia Masterworks||M2L 297||US||1964|