Wright in Naumburg


William Wright, organ teacher at the University of Toronto and director of music at Deer Park United Church there, plays a program of organ works from all periods on the only organ known to have been played by J. S. Bach, approved by him, and possibly designed by him, as a built by Zacharias Hildebrandt in 1746 at St. Wenzel Church in Naumburg, Germany. The wide range of repertoire demonstrates some of the colorful effects on this organ, including a celeste, and the recording is very effective in capturing the sumptuous reverberation of St. Wenzel Church.

MENDELSSOHN: Sonata No. 4 in B-flat
JOHN BURGE: Deerpark
BEETHOVEN: Suite for a Mechanical Clock
RINCK: Six Variations on a Theme by Corelli
JOHN SCHNEIDER: Theme with Variations
WALTHER: Concerto del Sigr. Megck
KREBS: Herlich Lieb hab’ ich dich Herr (two settings)

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Height 6.00
Depth 1.00


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