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J. S. Bach: 21 Chorales
First and only recording of these organ works from the BWV -- not "Neumeister" and not "Rudorff"! - [OAR-420]
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Twenty-one Organ Chorales (not those discovered at Yale a few years ago, nor the "Rudorff" collection) attributed to J. S. Bach, including his only known work for trumpet and organ, are recorded here for the very first time ever! Playing are Stephen Rapp and trumpeter Douglas Myers, who also prepared the edition promised to be published. The organ is the beautiful Schnitger-style instrument built in 1995 by Richards, Fowkes & Co. for St. John’s Lutheran Church, Stamford, Connecticut. These works have been listed in the Bach Werke Verzeichnis since 1950 yet they have not been published or recorded before. Because the only sources cannot be authenticated, these works almost certainly by J. S. Bach have remained obscure. Also recorded are a Canon in the same authentication category as the Chorales, seven variations of the Sarabanda con Partite BWV 990, and the fully authenticated Prelude & Fugue in C BWV 531.

J. S. Bach: 21 Chorales<BR><font color=red>First and only recording of these organ works from the BWV -- not \"Neumeister\" and not \"Rudorff\"!</font>
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