Georg Böhm - Graham Barber - Georg Böhm: Organist At Lüneburg album download
|1||Praeludium In C||4:59|
|2||Von Himmel Hoch Da Komm Ich Her||2:30|
|3||Gelobet Seist Du Jesu Christ I||5:00|
|4||Gelobet Seist Du Jesu Christ II||3:20|
|5||Nun Bitten Wir Den Heiligen Geist||3:24|
|6||Vater Unser Im Himmelreich||3:50|
|7||Praeludium In D Minor||5:33|
|8||Chorale Variations - Christe Der Du Bist Tag Und Licht||8:19|
|9||Capriccio In D||5:46|
|10||Christ Lag In Todesbanden||4:27|
|11||Allein Gott In Der Höh Sei Ehr||4:10|
|12||Wer Nur Den Lieben Gott Lässt Walten||8:20|
|13||Praeludium In A Minor||3:27|
- Composed By – Georg Böhm
- Organ – Graham Barber
NotesPerformed on the Organ at the Church of St. Peter Mancroft, Norwich, East Anglia, UK
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- Barcode (UPC): 0 74362501282 8
Georg Böhm (2 September 1661 – 18 May 1733) was a German Baroque organist and composer. He is notable for his development of the chorale partita and for his influence on the young J. S. Bach. Böhm was born in 1661 in Hohenkirchen, near Ohrdruf. He received his first music lessons from his father, a schoolmaster and organist who died in 1675; he may also have received lessons from Johann Heinrich Hildebrand, Kantor at Ohrdruf, who was a pupil of Heinrich Bach and Johann Christian Bach
Georg Böhm (2 September 1661 – 18 May 1733) was a German Baroque organist and composer. Böhm was born in 1661 in Hohenkirchen. He received his first music lessons from his father, a schoolmaster and organist who died in 1675. He may also have received lessons from Johann Heinrich Hildebrand, Kantor at Ohrdruf, who was a pupil of Heinrich Bach and Johann Christian Bach.
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At Lüneburg, Bach met the composer Georg Böhm, organist at St. John's Church, who influenced his early organ compositions. He composed almost 150 chorale preludes; his earliest ones in print are from the Lüneburg period. In 1703 he accepted the position of violinist in the chamber orchestra of Duke Johann Ernst of Weimar.
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02) Vom Himmel hoch da komm'ich he. lac9,705 KB. (04) Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (II). flac9,763 KB. (05) Nun bitten wir den heiligen Geist. flac12 MB. (06) Vater unser im Himmelreich. flac14 MB. (10) Christ lag in Todesbanden. flac15 MB. (13) Praeludium in A minor. (03) Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (I. lac17 MB. (11) Allein Gott in der Hoh sei Eh. lac21 MB. (07) Praeludium in D minor.
Böhm's father was a schoolmaster and organist who gave Georg his first lessons. It is also possible that the boy was taught by Johann Heinrich Hildebrand, the Kantor in Ohrdruf. When his father died in 1675, Böhm attended Latin School in Goldbach and then at the Gymnasium in Gotha, graduating in 1684. In both towns the local Cantors were students of members of the Bach family, and gave Böhm continued lessons. In August 1684, Böhm entered the University of Jena. His historical trail disappears until he is known to have been in Hamburg in 1693. For a long time, speculation was rife as to whether Johann Sebastian Bach had ever studied directly with Georg Böhm.