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Joseph Rassam: Scheidemann – Keyboard Music (24/88 FLAC)

Joseph Rassam: Scheidemann - Keyboard Music (24/88 FLAC)

Joseph Rassam: Scheidemann – Keyboard Music (24/88 FLAC)

Composer: Heinrich Scheidemann
Performer: Joseph Rassam
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Brilliant
Release: 2017
Size: 2.31 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: cover

Organ
01. Praeambulum in E minor, WV 38

Erbarm dich mein, O Herre Gott, WV 87
02. Versus 1
03. Versus 2

04. Cantzoenn in G Major

Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her, WV 69
05. Versus 1
06. Versus 2
07. Versus 3 and 4

08. Praeambulum in G major, WV 73
09. Toccata in G major, WV 43

Mensch, willst du leben seliglich
10. Versus primus et secundus
11. Versus tertius et secundus

Confitemini Domino primo (after Lassus)
12. Prima pars
13. Secunda pars

Christ lag in Todesbanden, WV 3
14. Versus 1: Pedaliter
15. Versus 2: auf 2 clavir. Pedaliter
16. Versus 3

17. Praeambulum in G minor (WV41)
18. Vater unser im Himmelreich
19. Fantasia in D Minor, WV 83
20. Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der von uns II (5 variations)

Harpsichord & Virginal
21. Praeambulum in D minor, WV 34
22. Fuga in D Minor, WV 84
23. Allemand in D Minor, WV 114, “Franzosischer”
24. Courant and Variations in D Minor (after O. Gibbons)
25. Omnia quae fecisti nobis Domine, WV 54 (after Lassus)
26. Ballet and Variations in F Major, WV 112
27. Canzona in F Major, WV 44
28. Mio cor se vera sei Salamandra, WV 105
29. Courant and 2 Variations in A Minor, WV 130
30. Fantasia in G Major, WV 86
31. Mascarata and Variatio in G major, WV 110
32. Toccata in C Major, WV 85
33. Praeambulum in C Major, WV 30
34. Benedicam Domino
35. Jesu, wollst uns weisen, WV 78
36. Englischer Mascarada oder Judentanz
37. Allemand & Double in C minor
38. Betrubet ist zu dieser Frist, WV 104
39. Pavana Lachrimae
40. Galliard with Variation in D Minor, WV 107

This new recording presents both organ works and harpsichord works of Heinrich Scheidemann (c. 1596‐1663).

Chorales sung in the vernacular, the pillar of Lutheran Service, are the primary source of inspiration for Scheidemann’s organ music. In combining the simplicity of the original melody and the complexity of contrapuntal technique the organist‐composer made the genre of chorale settings his own.

Joseph Rassam plays on an organ built by Bertrand Cattiaux who draw his inspiration from the Netherlands and North German instruments of the 17th century, as well as a historic two‐manual harpsichord, built in 1650/55 by “CLF”.

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