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Track(s) taken from CDA67071/2

In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr, BWV712


Christopher Herrick (organ)
Recording details: April 1995
Jesuitenkirche, Lucerne, Switzerland
Produced by Paul Spicer
Engineered by Paul Niederberger
Release date: April 1996
Total duration: 2 minutes 7 seconds

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David Goode (organ)


'Not only has Herrick found a simply ravishing Swiss organ which he uses with impeccable good taste, but the Hyperion team have come up with a top-notch recording. Once again they've given us a disc which combines consummate musical insight and technical mastery with sheer unalloyed listening pleasure' (Gramophone)

'Herrick has once again shown that his command of the Bach idiom is as total as any other contemporary organist's … An impressive addition to a milestone collection' (Classic CD)

'An indispensable collection and one I should not be happy to be without' (Organists' Review)

'Bach at his most tuneful and diverting and Herrick's style is particularly suited to them' (Soundscapes, Australia)
Adam Reusner’s sixteenth-century hymn ‘O Lord, I have put my hope in you’ was associated with the twenty-third Sunday after Trinity. The melody may be familiar as the first chorale in the second part of the St Matthew Passion. This prelude is a sequence of brief fughettas in four voices derived from successive lines of the melody.

from notes by Ian Carson © 1996

Diese Hymne von Adam Reusner aus dem sechzehnten Jahrhundert war mit dem dreiundzwanzigsten Sonntag nach Trinitatis verbunden. Die Melodie mag als erster Choral des zweiten Teils der Matthäuspassion bekannt sein. Dieses Präludium ist eine Folge kurzer vierstimmiger Fugetten, die von den nachfolgenden Linien der Melodie abgeleitet sind.

aus dem Begleittext von Ian Carson © 1996
Deutsch: Ute Mansfeldt

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Bach: The Complete Organ Works, Vol. 1
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CDS44121/3616CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted
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