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    Bit of Buxtehude

    In Dulci Jubilo, BuxWV197



    Add your own choices, I'll look for more too.

    Buxtehude scores here

    http://icking-music-archive.org/ByCo.../Buxtehude.php
    Cheers MIKE.

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    http://youtu.be/92ewCbXLS-Q

    Does this qualify Mike?

    teddy

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    Mike. Love the old instrument's sound. Peaceful peace too
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    How about the glorious Magnificat of Buxtehude performed by the Budapesti Victoria Kamarakórus vezényel / Conducted by Farkas Mária



    And as we are in the organ forum here is the Toccata in D minor, BuxWV 155 of Buxtehude played by Bernard Foccroulle on the Arp Schnitger organ, St. Ludgeri Norden.


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    Absolutely like the organ music of Buxtehude ... a fellow Dane, I might add.

    Got to see the church where he played in Denmark, but did not get to hear the instrument .

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    Interesting organ on this one, performance may not be 100% but love the sound.

    Cheers MIKE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetmike View Post
    Interesting organ on this one, performance may not be 100% but love the sound.
    It's a beautiful instrument indeed. The Dutch province of Groningen has got more of those, and I'm a lucky [censored] to live nearby.

    For those who long to listen to quite a few bits of Buxtehude, here's a gem:

    http://www.amazon.de/Orgelwerk-D-Bux...dp/B000GFKUEK/

    No Uithuizen Schnitger (the one in the clip), but other beauties, like the Schnitgers of Norden (Ost-Friesland, Germany), Noordbroek (Groningen, NL) and the famous Raphaëlis organ of Roskilde's Cathedral (Seeland, Danmark).

    Also because of the inspired playing by Ulrik Spang-Hanssen, I think this set is irrestible!

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    Commodore con Forza GoneBaroque's Avatar
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    If I understand the exchange correctly it is also quite a bargain. The shipping would probably be more than the cost of the set.
    The only reason for time is to prevent everything from happening at once - Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoneBaroque View Post
    If I understand the exchange correctly it is also quite a bargain. The shipping would probably be more than the cost of the set.
    Well, combine it with this one then :

    http://www.amazon.de/Bachakademie-Vo...dp/B00004LMPM/

    Böhm's & Buxtehude's influence on Bach's organ music. On the glorious Hinsz organ (1744) of the Petruskerk at Leens, NL. Recommended!

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    It would be helpful if amazon.de gave an English translation and didn't expect non-German speaking potential customers to endeavour to navigate their site! Couldn't discover how much the postage from Germany to UK would be.

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    The same set is available on Amazon UK and .com (I bought mine a couple of years ago, ver enjoyable.)

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buxtehude-Co...9653404&sr=1-1

    http://www.amazon.com/Orgelwerk-D-Bu...9653538&sr=1-8

    All you need to do is enter Buxtehude in your local Amazon search box
    Cheers MIKE.

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    Yes, and what's more: though not all the time, in most cases the Amazon catalogue/serial numbers are the same worldwide.

    Which means that in many times one only needs to change the .de by .co.uk, .com. .fr or even .it.
    (The Italian Amazon site, still being rather 'fresh', hasn't got a large catalogue yet.)

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    Thanks for the tips Mike and Marc. Did eventually get the info I wanted re postage (and in English too ) EUR 6.00 to both UK and Arcadia! Haven't ordered yet though.

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    Delivery from Amazon UK is usually either free or about £1.26 for CDs so why go to Amazon.de, and pay more?
    Cheers MIKE.

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    I have been a convert to period instruments ever since the movement began, when was it ?? In the 70-80s after being brought up on full orchestral versions of baroque and early music it was as if a door had been opened I heard things in the music that I had not heard before and Buxtehude has always been on my shelf
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