Feike Asma - The Great Cathedral Organs Of The Netherlands mp3 flacPerformer: Feike Asma
Title: The Great Cathedral Organs Of The Netherlands
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Feike Asma - The Great Cathedral Organs Of The Netherlands mp3 flac
Wybe Kooijmans, chief-organist of the Great Church at the City of Naarden (The Netherlands) plays the hymne: "Redeemer, Friend, My Hope and Trust" from th. .
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Stille Nacht Feike Asma. 86 views Find this title on Sheet Music Plus. Sample Producer: Voxus Virtual Organs. Sample Set: Van Dam - Tholen.
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Album · 2012 · 9 Songs. Feike Asma in de Martinkerk, Bolswaard. Suite Kerstfeest, No. 1 & No. 2. 2015. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more. Diğer alışveriş seçenekleri: Bir Apple Store’u ziyaret edin, 00800 448 829 873 ya da 0216 282 15 11 numaralı telefonu arayın veya bir bayi bulun.
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John Propitius Speelt en Improviseert - Eugène Gigout, Feike Asma, Jan Zwart, John Propitius, Sigfried Karg-Elert, Willem Hendrik Zwart, Георг Фридрих Гендель, Иоганн Себастьян Бах. Orgelconcert vanuit de Bovenkerk te Kampen - Alphonse Mailly, Eugène Gigout, Jan Zwart, John Propitius, Justin Knecht, Sigfried Karg-Elert, Георг Фридрих Гендель, Иоганн Себастьян Бах. Complete Organ Works of Eugene Gigout - Vol 4 - The Organ of Laon Cathedral, France - Gerard Brooks. Praise Worship Warfare Freedom!! - Gerard Brooks.
This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 132/132 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Great European Organs, Number 5: James Lancelot Plays the Organ of Durham Cathedral. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
The organs of the following churches have been played: A1, A4: Ronde Lutherse Kerk, Amsterdam A2, A3 & A5: Evangelische Lutherse Kerk, Den Haag B-side: St. Martinikerk, Bolsward. Back of sleeve contains the disposition of the organs. Title on label: Feike Asma Speelt Feike Asma Subtitle sleeve: Feike Asma Speelt Eigen Bewerkingen. Rights Society: STEMRA. Matrix, Runout (Cat TD 9003. Other (Cat label): TD 9. 3-G. Other (Cat sleeve): TD 13. 08.
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|Amsterdam Baroque Organ|
|A1||Bach: Toccata And Fugue In D Minor
Composed By – Bach*
|A2||Bach: Toccata In F
Composed By – Bach*
|Dordrecht Baroque Organ|
|A3||Franck: Piece Heroique
Composed By – Franck*
|B1||Franck: Chorale No. 2
Composed By – Franck*
|Maassluis Baroque Organ|
|B2||Reger: Fugue, Op. 127
Composed By – Reger*
- Organ – Feike Asma
Notes"The organ of the Great Church in Dordrecht dates from 1859, when it was built by W.H. Kam from Rotterdam. Notwithstanding the predominance of Romantic stop, the seventeenth and eighteenth-century traditions are decidedly represented and can be heard in this mighty cathedral organ. This organ is not merely a classically oriented instrument, but also has an unmistakable Dutch respectability.
The grandiose baroque organ in the Great Church at Maassluis was installed in 1732 by Rudolph Garrels, prominent in the famous German organ building school of the Schnitgers. As the years passed, it's registers and sound were adapted to the ideas of the various organists who played the instrument. In 1938 the instrument was radically changed and romanticized in such an way that the original Garrels sound was all but obscured. It was owing to the Dutch Bureau of Historical Monuments, led by the famous organ expert, Dr. H. L. Oussoren, that in 1962 the original Garrels stop list with some extensions, as well as the original baroque sound, were restored.
The organ of the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam is unquestionably the aristocrat among Dutch organs. It was built in the years 1724-1726 by Christian Vater (Hannover), and was restored and completed in 1739 by Johann Caspar Müller (The Hague), a brother of Christian Müller, the builder if the organ of St. Bavo's Church in Haarlem.
Since that time, generations of organ builders have worked on this exceptional instrument, but it was the great Christian Gottlieb Freidrich Witte who harmonized the pipes in such a way as to obtain the most impressive sound. In Feike Asma's opinion the instrument of the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam is still the best preserved baroque organ in the Netherlands. It has become famous all over the world and it's equal is nowhere to be found.
Although the three "families" of organ pipes - diapasons, flute stops and reeds - are worldwide, the different organ building schools have produced their own characteristic varieties. Therefore it is impossible to translate literally the names of the Dutch stops and we give here the original stop lists of the three organs:" (followed by the original stop lists of the three organs).
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-outs, Stamped): PHS900237A- M1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-outs, Stamped): PHS900237B- M1