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Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis - Musik Für Trompete Und Orgel Aus Dem Magdeburger Dom Album

Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis - Musik Für Trompete Und Orgel Aus Dem Magdeburger Dom Album
Performer: Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis
Title: Musik Für Trompete Und Orgel Aus Dem Magdeburger Dom
Country: German Democratic Republic (GDR)
Genre: Classical
Style:Baroque
Released: 1979
Catalog Number: 027 215
Label: ETERNA
MP3 album: 1453 mb
FLAC album: 1369 mb
TrackList
11. Allegro
Composed By – Pietro BaldassariEdited By – Christoph Kircheis
21. (Allegro)
Composed By – Giovanni Buonaventura Viviani
3Sonata À 4 G-moll
Adapted By [Bearbeitet Für Trompete Und Orgel] – Ludwig GüttlerComposed By – Pavel Josef Vejvanovský
5:37
4 Sonate Nr. 1 F-dur Für Trompete Und Orgel 6:43
5Voluntary Für Trompete Und Orgel
Composed By – Georg Friedrich Händel
3:30
64. Aria
Composed By – Giovanni Buonaventura Viviani
73. Allegro
Composed By – Pietro BaldassariEdited By – Christoph Kircheis
8Voluntary Für Trompete Und Orgel
Composed By – Simon Stubley
3:45
92. Grave
Composed By – Pietro BaldassariEdited By – Christoph Kircheis
10 Concerto D-moll Op. 9 Nr. 2 11:50
112. (Allegro)
Composed By – Giovanni Buonaventura Viviani
123. Adagio
Composed By – Giovanni Buonaventura Viviani
13 Sonate Für Trompete Und Orgel Nr. 2 C-dur 7:52
143. Allegro
Composed By – Tommaso AlbinoniEdited By – Christoph Kircheis, Marie-Claire Alain
155. Presto
Composed By – Giovanni Buonaventura Viviani
16Jesu Bleibt Meine Freude BWV 147 - Choralbearbeitung Für Trompete Und Orgel Aus Der Kantate "Herz Und Mund Und Tat Und Leben"
Adapted By [Bearbeiter] – Christoph KircheisComposed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
3:43
171. Allegro E Non Presto
Composed By – Tommaso AlbinoniEdited By – Christoph Kircheis, Marie-Claire Alain
18 -
19Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme BWV 645
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
3:55
202. Adagio
Composed By – Tommaso AlbinoniEdited By – Christoph Kircheis, Marie-Claire Alain
Versions
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8 27 215Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis - Musik Für Trompete Und Orgel Aus Dem Magdeburger Dom ‎(LP)ETERNA8 27 215German Democratic Republic (GDR)1979
8 27 215Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis - Musik Für Trompete Und Orgel Aus Dem Magdeburger Dom ‎(LP, Album, RP)ETERNA8 27 215German Democratic Republic (GDR)1990
CA 182010Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis - Trompete & Orgel ‎(LP, Album)Capriccio CA 182010Germany1982
8 27 215Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis - Musik Für Trompete Und Orgel Aus Dem Magdeburger Dom ‎(LP, Album, RP)ETERNA8 27 215German Democratic Republic (GDR)1986
CA 18010Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis Ludwig Güttler, Christoph Kircheis - Trompete & Orgel ‎(LP, Album)Capriccio CA 18010Germany1982
Credits
  • Design [Gestaltung]Gerd Semder
  • Liner Notes [1979]Eckart Schwinger
  • OrganChristoph Kircheis
  • Photography ByHansjoachim Mirschel
  • Producer [Musik- Und Tonregie]Eberhard Hinz
  • TrumpetLudwig Güttler
Notes
recorded: 1977 im Dom zu Magdeburg
Barcodes
  • Rights Society: AWA
Companies
  • Record Company – VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin
  • Recorded At – Dom zu Magdeburg
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Reviews: (1)
Agalas
Agalas
Compact Cassette

Loud, bright, and stable.

Music For Trumpet And Organ
From The Magdeburg Cathedral

Ludwig Guttler : Trumpet

Christoph Kircheis : Organ

Sound: A bit dated perhaps,
with over four decades
of wear (1977), however,
rich and delicious: an
acoustical feast of partials.

Excellent transcriptions and
arrangements. Excellent miking
and engineering.

Beautiful organ register colours,
and trumpet character.

An excellent and beautifully
musical happeningness.

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My copy has a strange
appearance of Sputnik
for some few seconds.

It occurs near the end
of Side 2. It begins
57 seconds into the
Adagio of the Albinoni
Concerto, and lasts for
9 seconds.

The Adagio (NOT the
very popular one) is,
like the whole piece,
constructed with
(for my unbaroqueness)
surprising sensativity,
that the performers match.

A musical sensitivity,
whose unfrequentness,
and brief passingness,
is made all the more
poignant for the
intrusion.

An acoustical intrusion,
that is unacoustically
in keeping with the
velocities of escape
from untransformance.