Four Baroque Organs in Bavaria

Four Baroque Organs in Bavaria
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Old Bavarian organs contradict the idea of “baroque” organs. The baroque Bavarian organs, usually of one manual, focus on the diapason chorus with only a few flute and string stops, and instead of a fully chromatic pedal keyboard up to at least middle C, the range is limited strictly to the bass function up to A below middle C at best, with a broken low octave. Norbert Düchtel demonstrates four of these from the 18th century, playing repertoire of the period which is seldom heard. The organs heard are: the 1637 organ in the gallery of the Basilica at Vornbach am Inn; an organ built in 1703 by an anonymous builder and located at the Nebenkirche St. Johann in Regen; a ca. 1715 organ attributed to Johann Baptist Funtsch; and a ca. 1740 organ attributed to Johann Konrad Brandenstein.

GROTZ: Prelude & Postlude from Vornbacher Orgelbuch (1796)
5 Preludes from Neun Praeludien durch neun Kirchentöne
KOBRICH: Fifth Partita in A
EBERLIN: Toccata septima
Three Pieces for Water Organ in F
GRÜNBERGER: Organ Mass No. 1 in C
Aria in D
Fuga 6th Tone
Aria in g
Fuga 7th Tone