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Johann Caspar Kerll

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Organist Elisabeth Ullmann performs most of the surviving keyboard works of 17th century composer Johann Caspar Kerll on the 1654 Michael Prackh organ at Pernegg Abbey in Austria. Kerll, who was born in Southern Germany, studied and performed at the Court in Vienna, as well as in Brussels and Italy. Although most of his works are lost, his influence was far-reaching; Handel borrowed the theme from Canzona VI for the chorus Let All the Angels of God from Messiah. The organ at Pernegg was carefully restored by Jürgen Ahrend in 2004.

Toccata I
Ricercata a 4
Canzona I
Canzona II
Canzona III
Capriccio sopra il Cucu
Ciacona variata in C
Toccata VI
Suite in FAllamandeCouranteSarabandeGigue
Toccata V
Canzona IV
Canzona V
Canzona VI
Passacaglia variata in d

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SKU: IFO 166
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Height 6.00
Depth 1.00


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