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Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam, BuxWV180

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chorale prelude

 
The Chorale Prelude on ‘Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam’, BuxWV180, is typical of Buxtehude’s procedures, the organist’s right hand playing on a separate manual an embellished version of the melody, the left hand and pedals having a restrained accompaniment (which here seems suggestive of the Jordan’s gently flowing waters).

from notes by Relf Clark © 2011

Le Prélude-choral sur «Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam» BuxWV180 reprend des procédés chers à Buxtehude: la main droite de l’organiste exécute sur un manuel séparé une version ornée de la mélodie, tandis que la main gauche et le pédalier reçoivent un accompagnement discret (suggérant, semble-t-il, les eaux doucement fluentes du Jourdain).

extrait des notes rédigées par Relf Clark © 2011
Français: Hypérion

Das Choralvorspiel „Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam“, BuxWV180, demonstriert die für Buxtehude charakteristische Technik, die rechte Hand des Organisten auf einem separaten Manual eine verzierte Version der Melodie spielen zu lassen, während die linke Hand und die Pedalstimme eine zurückhaltende Begleitung haben (die hier das sanfte Fließen des Jordans anzudeuten scheint).

aus dem Begleittext von Relf Clark © 2011
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel

Recordings

Buxtehude: The Complete Organ Works, Vol. 4 – Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge
CDA67876

Track-specific metadata for CDA67876 track 6

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ISRC
GB-AJY-11-87606
Duration
3'26
Recording date
11 January 2011
Recording venue
Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Paul Spicer & Simon Eadon
Recording engineer
Dave Rowell & Simon Eadon
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