Bach: Attributions
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The music of Bach has been of central importance to Christopher Herrick throughout his career. This recording is the final volume of his series which surveys all of Bach's organ works on Metzler organs in Switzerland. All of the music on this disc has at one time or another been attributed to J S Bach, but it is now generally thought to be the work of others. However, in only a few cases has it been possible to identify positively the actual composer. The nature of transmitting music in manuscript form during this period and the many members of the Bach family who composed has only added to the confusion. Many of the present pieces have come down to us in manuscript collections which also contain works which are verifably the work of Johann Sebastian—hence the title of this recording, 'Bach Attributions'.

CDA67263  76 minutes 24 seconds
‘Superlatives all round for the last instalment in this exuberant, outstandingly played series … excellent documentation, superbly recorded sound, an enchanting instrument and, of course, outstan ...
‘This is a most rewarding recital, very highly recommended’ (The Penguin Guide to Compact Discs)