E. Power Biggs - Historic Organs Of France album
Here's a very special treat for fans of E. Power Biggs and the Toccata in D minor by Johann Sebastian Bach. I found an old LP from 1958 with Biggs performing the Toccata in D minor on 14 notable European Organs from the last 5 centuries. a High Fidelity survey of historic instruments and a Study in Organ Tone and Construction.
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Power Biggs Format: Vinyl.
Historic Organs of France, Columbia Masterworks MS 7438. Historic Organs of Italy, Columbia Masterworks MS 7379. Historic Organs of Spain, Columbia Masterworks MS 7109. Historic Organs of Switzerland, Columbia Masterworks MS 6855. The Four Antiphonal Organs of the Cathedral of Freiburg, Columbia Masterworks M 33514 (music of Handel, Purcell, Mozart, Buxtehude, et a. Bach on the Pedal Harpsichord, Columbia Masterworks MS 6804. Vittorio Negri (conductor), E. Power Biggs & the Edward Tarr Ensemble, for Glory of Gabrieli Vol. II - Canzonas for Brass, Winds, Strings and Organ (1969). Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Barbara Owen, E. Power Biggs: Concert Organist, Indiana University Press (1987). a b Richard Torrence, Virgil Fox - The Dish, Circles International (2005).
E. Power Biggs 24 Historic Organs in 8 Countries - Columbia MG 31207 SEALED. Historic organs of spain.
Covering 7 Centuries Of Music. Serving the Lakeland Florida area since 1992. In 8 Countries E. Power Biggs Plays Bach in the Thomaskirche Play Graded CBS GF Record. LP is on the CBS Masterworks label M 30648. E. Power Biggs A Festival of French Organ Music. The Four Antiphonal Organs of the Cathedral of Freiburg played simultaneously by E. Power Biggs. You'll receive Released ca. late 1940s.
Edward George Power Biggs was born in England, and studied under . in 1930 and becoming a citizen in 1937. He concertized widely, eventually broadcasting a weekly radio program from 1942-1958 on a classic Aeolian-Skinner organ from the Musch-Reisinger Museum at Harvard University. Biggs was one of the most influential figures in the American Musical world during the middle decades of the twentieth century. Today’s playlist offers a wide sampling of works by some of the above-mentioned composers.
Biggs toured and recorded widely, playing a huge variety of modern and historic organs and the music best suited for them.
Bach: the Four Great Toccatas and Fugues - the Four Antiphonal Organs of the Cathedral of Freiburg Played Simultaneously By E. Power Biggs, 2004. Bach: the Four Great Toccatas and Fugues - the Four Antiphonal Organs of the Cathedral of Freiburg Played Simultaneously By E. Toccata and Fugue In F Major, BWV 540: Fugue, 06:01. Toccata, Adagio and Fugue In C Major, BWV 564: Fugue, 05:00.
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|Played On The Organ At The Abbey Church Of Marmoutier:|
|A2||Rondeau, Bruit De Guerre||1:50|
|A3||Offertoire Sue Les Grands Jeux||6:30|
|Played On The Organ At The Abbey Church Of Ebersmunster:|
|A4||Basse De Trompette
Composed By – Nicolas-Antoine Lebègue
|A5||Noel With Variations
Composed By – Claude-Bénigne Balbastre*
|A6||Caprice Sur Les Grands Jeux
Composed By – Louis-Nicolas Clérambault
|Played At Marmoutier:|
|B1||Chaconne In C Major||2:10|
|B2||Chaconne In C Minor||2:10|
|B3||Chaconne In G Minor||2:35|
|B4||Chaconne In D Major||2:95|
|Played At Ebersmunster:|
|B5||Noel With Variations
Composed By – Jean-François Dandrieu
|B6||Noel With Variations
Composed By – Pierre Dandrieu
- Recorded At – Abteikirche, Ebersmünster
- Recorded At – Marmoutier
- Composed By – François Couperin (tracks: A1 to A3), Louis Couperin (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Engineer – Edward Michalski*
- Organ – E. Power Biggs
- Producer, Engineer – Hellmuth Kolbe
NotesLabels also read: XSM 152511 (side 1), XSM 152512 (side 2).
Library of congress catalog card # 79-751194.
The selections are in the public domain.