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AE-10371 - Murschhauser - Prototypon

Franz Xaver Anton Murschhauser (1663-1738)

Prototypon Longo-Breve Organicum

Léon Berben

Beilstein, St.Josef, König-Orgel

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Franz Xaver Anton Murschhauser (1663-1738) :
Prototypon Longo-Breve Organicum - Toccatas et Praeambulae
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Léon Berben, Organ
Playing time: 1:18 (h:m)
Booklet: 24p., English German French
Order Nr. AE 10371
EAN 4026798103712
Product category: CD
Release date: 01/09/2003
€ 17,99 (including tax)

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American Record Guide Blakely, :

“Berben is a brilliant organist and infuses much life into this music.”
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Franz Xaver Murschhauser (1663-1738) was a student of J.C. Kerll (1627-93), music master to the court of the Elector of Bavaria in Munich. Murschhauser succeeded him and acquired a considerable reputation as a music theorist and composer, even to the point of having influenced Bach.
Leon Berben plays this program, composed mainly of brief preludes, fugues, and toccatas on a beautiful 2-manual, 21-stop organ built in 1738 by Balthasar Konig of nearby Cologne for the Carmelite Church of St Joseph in Beilstein in the Mosel wine country. Berben is a brilliant organist and infuses much life into this music. The technical aspect of the recording is excellent.
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American Record Guide :

Berben is a brilliant organist and infuses much life into this music.
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