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  6 disques  

 1 - Kimberly MARSHALL
   • the first printed organ music. •
  • A. Schlick : Tabulatur etlicher Lobgesang und lidleid (1512)- salve Regina, Vita dulcedo, Ad te clamamus, Ad te suspiramus, Eia ergo advocate nostra, Et Jesum benedictum, O pia o clemens, O pia, O dulcis Maria; Pete quid vis, Hoe Iosteleck; Benedictus; Primi toni; Maria Zart; Christi; da Pacem; Ascendo ad patera
  • C. Paumann : Incipit Fundamentum M.C.P.C. (189) (The Buxheim Organ Book); Sequuntur Redeuntes, Redeuntes in idem
  • L. Kleber : Maria Zart
  • H. Kotter : Salve Regina
  • P. Hofhaimer : Was ich durch Glück; Zucht Ehr und Lob
  • H. Buchner : Agnus Dei primum, ad festum trium regum, Agnus Dei, Agnus Dei secundum
  • H. Isaac : Benedictus
- Tempe Arizona State University
- Disque Loft;, Janv. 2012
1991 Paul Fritts organ of Arizona State University.
The invention of music printing by Ottaviano Petrucci in 1501 was a major event, ushering in a new and powerful way of disseminating music to musicians and audiences. Petrucci’s first prints were for ensembles of singers or instrumentalists. Before long, printed music appeared for solo instrumentalists as well. In 1512 Arnolt Schlick published a slender volume of music, some for organ and some for lute, titled Tabulaturen etlicher lobgesang und lidlin (“Tabulatures of a few sacred and secular songs”). This was the first printed organ music.

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Schlick (c.1455-60-after 1521): Salve regina
1. Salve regina (c.f. in Tenor)
2. Vita, dulcedo (sung)
3. Ad te clamamus (c.f. in Bass)
4. Ad te suspiramus (sung)
5. Eia ergo, advocata (nostra) (c.f. in Soprano)
6. Et Jesum benedictum
7. O pia (O Clemens) (c.f. in Alto)
8. O pia (sung)
9. O dulcis Maria (c.f. in Bass)

10. Hans Kotter (1480-1541): Salve regina (one movement)
11. Schlick: Pete quid vis
12. Schlick: Hoe losteleck
13. Paul Hofhaimer (1459 – 1537): Was ich durch Glück
14. Hofhaimer: Zucht, Her und Lob
15. Schlick: Benedictus
16. Heinrich Isaac (c. 1450 – 26 March 1517): Benedictus
17. Schlick: Primi Toni

18. Conrad Paumann (c. 1410 - 1473): Incipit Fundamentum
19. Paumann: Sequuntur Redeuntes
20. Paumann: Redeuntes in idem

21. Schlick: Maria zart
22. Maria zart (sung)
23. Leonhard Kleber (c. 1495-1556): Maria zart

24. Schlick: Christe

25. Da pacem (sung)
26-28. Schlick: Da Pacem (3 verses)

29.. Hans Buchner (1483- 1538): Agnus Dei primum, ad festum trium regum
30. Agnus dei (sung)
31. Buchner: Agnus Dei secundum
32. Schlick: Ascendo ad patrem

 2 - Kimberly MARSHALL
   
  • G. Frescobaldi : Toccatas quinta et sesta de Libro II, Canzona dopo l'Epistola & Ricercare cromatico de la Missa della Madonna, Partite sopra Follia, from Libro I, Toccata chromatica per l'Elevazione, Bergamasca,
- Tempe Arizona State University
- Disque Loft; 1116, vers 2010?
This new restoration of the 1742 Traeri organ by Martin Pasi opens a world of sound which has rarely been heard by American audiences.

 3 - Siegbert RAMPE
   • Organ Music for Christmas Time •
  • D. Buxtehude : Pièces BuxWV 155, 211, 197, 217, 139, 163, 202, 223, 189
  • J. S. Bach : Pièces BWV 599, 601, 604, 606, 609, 614, 572a, 540 (1)
- Tempe Arizona State University
- Disque MDG;, mars 2007 (564)
Orgue Fritts de 1992

 4 - Kimberly MARSHALL
 • Bach encounters Buxtehude : A Journey to Lübeck, 1705 •
  • D. Buxtehude : Pièces BuxWV 137, 160, 171, 205, 155, 211, 149
  • J. S. Bach : Pièces BWV 1105, 957, 732, 564, 565, 733, 659
- Tempe Arizona State University
- Disque Loft; 1029, mars 2000

 5 - Robert CLARK
 
  • D. Buxtehude
  • J. S. Bach : Pièces BWV 767, 701, 769
  • J. G. Walther
  • G. Böhm
  • J. L. Krebs
- Tempe Arizona State University
- Disque Calcante;, mai 1996
Fritts Organ, 1992

 6 - Robert CLARK, John David PETERSON
 
  • J. S. Bach : Orgelbüchlein BWV 599-644
- Tempe Arizona State University
- Disque Calcante;, mai 1996


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