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Hambourg - Johann Sebastian Bach, E. Power Biggs - The Golden Age Of The Organ (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Biggs establishes Bach's piece as one of the crowning artistic achievements of the human race. The Toccata & Fugue in F Major (an under-played piece in the Great Organ Works Canon) is also done brilliantly. The deep, bass "F" note that opens the piece swells like a tsunami under the delicate toccata and will shake your rafters/5(62).
  2. Side A (1): An Organ Tour of Germany Side B (2): An Organ Tour of Germany Side C (3): An Organ Tour of Holland Side D (4): An Organ Tour of Holland With a Page Booklet of Photographs, Organ Specifications & articles by experts on his life & work. Vinyl records are in a box set. An Organ Tour of Germany & Holland with E. Power Biggs 5/5(2).
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  4. E. Power Biggs - Johann Sebastian Bach ‎– Eight Little Preludes And Fugues / Concerto In D Minor After Vivaldi Label: Columbia Masterworks ‎– M
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  6. Johann Sebastian Bach - Johann Sebastian Bach - Reputation and influence: For about 50 years after Bach’s death, his music was neglected. This was only natural; in the days of Haydn and Mozart, no one could be expected to take much interest in a composer who had been considered old-fashioned even in his lifetime—especially since his music was not readily available, and half of it (the.
  7. Biggs did much to bring the classical pipe organ back to prominence, and was in the forefront of the midth-century resurgence of interest in the organ music of pre-Romantic composers. On his first concert tour of Europe, in , Biggs performed and recorded works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Sweelinck, Dieterich Buxtehude, and Pachelbel on.
  8. Re: E. Power Biggs is still the "King of Bach Organists" to this day since Johann S. himself [quote user="soubasse32"] [quote user="Etienne"]Sometimes it boils down to first impressions. For example, I remember very clearly the first time I heard the Gigout "scherzo" played. For some reason that particular performance made an impact.

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