Neopolitan Baroque Trio at Munich's Baroque Masterpiece

Neopolitan Baroque Trio at Munich's Baroque Masterpiece
Item# IFO_218
Regular price: $17.98
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Product Description

This Neopolitan organ from Biaggio di Rosa, 1777, had a long odyssey across Europe, serving in a parish church in southern Italy before finding its current home in the Lubeck Cathedral. It survived in its original state, and is tuned with a mean-tone temperament at a’ = 415 Hz. Organist: Jürgen Essl; Gunar Letzbor: Baroque violin; Claire Pottinger-Schmidt: Viola da gamba.

Works by Franz Xaver Murschhauserr, Johann Caspar Kerll, and Gottfried Finger

Franz Xaver Murschhauser
Praeambulum primi Toni
Aria prima
Fuga tertia septimi toni
Aria quinta
Toccata duodecimi toni
Fuga tertia duodecimi toni
Toccata arpeggiata octavi toni
Variationes super Cantilenam Laß unß daß Kindelein wiegen per imitationem cuculi
Praeambulum decimi toni
Aria Dein große Lieb, o Jesulein
Finale decimi toni
Toccata undecimi toni pro pedali

Gottfried Finger
Sonata prima
Sonata seconda
Sonata terza

Johann Caspar Kerll
Ciaconna
Ricercata
Canzona
Toccata VI