Organ recordings


Presentation Bach Widor Others


When available, the dry version is a one with no artificial reverb.
It is interesting only for technical purpose.


Bach


  • Pastorale
  • complete

    Download(Silbermann)

    mvt1 Prelude

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    mvt2 Allemande

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    mvt3 Aria

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    mvt4 Gigue

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  • Toccata and fugue in D minor
  • DownloadDownload dry version(Casavant)


  • Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ
  • (I call you, Lord Jesus Christ)

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  • Wachet auf, ruft uns die stimme
  • (Wake up, the voice calls to us)

    DownloadDownload dry version(Silbermann)

    DownloadDownload dry version(Casavant)


  • Chromatic fantasy
  • (Harpsichord)

    DownloadDownload dry version(Blanchet)


  • Prelude C minor from Well tempered clavier book 1
  • Download(Silbermann)


  • Prelude A minor from Well Tempered Clavier book 1
  • Download(Silbermann)


  • Fugue E major from Well Tempered Clavier book 2
  • Download(Silbermann)


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    Widor


  • Meditation
  • 4th mvt from 1st symphonie

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    Download(Skinner)


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    Others


  • I left my heart in San Fransisco
  • Download(Wurlitzer)


  • Chicken reel
  • Download(Wurlitzer)


  • Short impro on a tango rythm
  • Download(Wurlitzer)


  • One more kiss dear (theme only)
  • (Vangelis/blade runner)

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    Presentation

    The sound is produced with Hauptwerk from crumhorn-labs.

    The following sample sets are used:

    From Exemplum Organum:
    Casavant: The Casavant Freres Organ (St. George's Anglican Church, Ontario).

    From Milan digital audio:
    Silbermann: The 1721 Gottfried Silbermann Organ (St. Georgenkirche - Rötha, Germany).
    Wurlitzer: The 1921 Wurlitzer Theatre Organ (The Virginia Theatre - Champaign, Illinois).
    Skinner: The 1928 E.M. Skinner Organ (Our Lady of Mount Carmel - Chicago, Illinois).

    From Duphly's site:
    Blanchet: A 1720 French Harpsichord,after Blanchet.




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