Georg Caspar Wecker
Johann Erasmus Kindermann (1616-1655): Harmonia organica (1645) Praeambulum VI in C; VII in g; VIII in A; IX in B flat; X in C. Tibor Pinter plays on the sam...
Gottlieb Muffat
From the collection '72 Versetl sammt 12 Toccaten' (1726). Tibor Pinter plays on the Aichgasser organ (1763) Klosterkirche, Fischingen, Switzerland. 29.07.2008.
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer
from Euterpe performed by Jörn Boysen (www.musicapoetica.info)
Johann Ernst Eberlin
The Toccata was composed for organ by Johann Ernst Eberlin (1702-1762). It was arranged as a duet for carillon by David Christensen and is played by Christen...
Johann Heinrich Buttstett
Mooie uitvoering in de St.Cordulakerk te Schoten.
Johann Kaspar Kerll
Ave Regina coelorum.
Johann Krieger
Johann Philipp Krieger (1651 -- 1735). German Baroque composer, who although not prominent, contributed quality music (such as keyboard music, trio sonatas, ...
Johann Philipp Krieger
une interprétation du menuet en la mineur guitare classique . Johann-Philipp Krieger (1652-1735) .
Johann Speth
Paolo Springhetti interpretiert an der Dell'Orto & Lanzini Orgel der Sant'Eustorgio Kirche zu Arcore (Italy)das Magnificat tertii Toni von Johann Speth ( 9. ...
Nicolaus Vetter
A South-German harpsichord piece that I found some years ago in a Manuscript from the Monastery of Santa Cruz de Coimbra (Portugal). The composer is probably...
Johann Pachelbel: Canon in D, Original Version - YouTube
Apr 29, 2013 ... Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D. Pachelbel's original version, played on the original instruments from the time of Pachelbel. Kati Kyme, Carla ...
Johann Pachelbel - Cantata
Knabenchor Hannover directed by Jörg Breiding sings Johann Pachelbels Gott ist unsere Zuversicht und Stärke
Johann Pachelbel - Canon 3
Conductor: Bernard Le Monnier Ensemble: Versailles Orchestra Soloists.
Johann Heinrich Buttstett
Johann Heinrich Buttstett (also Buttstedt, Buttstädt; April 25, 1666, Bindersleben – December 1, 1727, Erfurt) was a German Baroque organist and composer. Although he was Johann Pachelbel's most...
Johann Heinrich Buttstett - Wikipedia
Musicalische Sterbens-Gedancken
Musicalische Sterbens-Gedanken ("Musical Thoughts on Death/Dying") is a collection of keyboard music by Johann Pachelbel. It was first published in 1683 and contains four sets of chorale variations.
Johann Pachelbel
Johann Pachelbel ([ˈjoːhan paˈxɛlbɛl]; baptised September 1, 1653 – buried March 9, 1706) was a German composer, organist and teacher who brought the south German organ tradition to its peak. He compo...
Sebastian Anton Scherer
Sebastian Anton Scherer (3 October 1631 – 26 August 1712) was a German composer and organist of the Baroque era.Scherer was born in Ulm, where he resided until his death. On 17 June 1653 he was ...
Simon Lohet
Simon Lohet (Loxhay) (born before c. 1550 – buried 5 July 1611) was a Flemish composer and organist of the late Renaissance, active in Germany. He is best known as one of the earliest exponents ...
Johann Jakob Froberger
Johann Jakob Froberger (baptized 19 May 1616 – 7 May 1667) was a German Baroque composer, keyboard virtuoso, and organist. He was among the most famous composers of the era and influenced practically ...
Johann Jakob Froberger - Wikipedia
Nicolaus Vetter
Andreas Nicolaus Vetter ([ˈfɛtɐ]; October 1666 – 13 June 1734) was a German organist and composer.
He was born in Herschdorf, in present-day Thuringia. He first studied music with Georg Caspar Wec...
Gottlieb Muffat
Gottlieb Muffat (April 1690 – 9 December 1770), son of Georg Muffat, served as Hofscholar under Johann Fux in Vienna from 1711 and was appointed to the position of third court organist at the H...
Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel
Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel (c. 1685 – 1764) was a German composer and organist, elder son of Johann Pachelbel.Born in Erfurt near Eisenach (probably in the same year as Johann Sebastian Bach, ...
Georg Muffat
Georg Muffat (1 June 1653 – 23 February 1704) was a Baroque composer. He is most well known for the remarkably articulate and informative performance directions printed along with his collections of s...
Georg Muffat - Wikipedia
Chaconne in F minor (Pachelbel)
Chaconne in F minor (PWC 43, T. 206, PC 149, POP 16) is an organ chaconne by Johann Pachelbel. One of the six surviving chaconnes by the composer, it is one of his best known organ works.Like most oth...
Johann Kaspar Kerll
Johann Caspar Kerll (9 April 1627 – 13 February 1693) was a German baroque composer and organist. He is also known as Kerl, Gherl, Giovanni Gasparo Cherll and Gaspard Kerle- Born in Adorf the so...
Johann Kaspar Kerll - Wikipedia
Johann Staden
Johann Staden (baptized 2 July 1581 – 15 November 1634) was a German Baroque organist and composer. He is best known for establishing the so-called Nuremberg school.
He was the son of Hans S...
Johann Staden - Wikipedia
Johann Krieger
Johann Krieger (28 December 1651 – 18 July 1735) was a German composer and organist, younger brother of Johann Philipp Krieger. Born in Nuremberg, he worked at Bayreuth, Zeitz, and Greiz before settli...
Johann Krieger - Wikipedia
Carlmann Kolb
Carlmann Kolb (29 January 1703 – 15 January 1765) was a German priest, organist, and composer.He was born in Kösslarn, Griesbach, Lower Bavaria, and educated in Asbach and Landshut. He was ordai...
Johann Erasmus Kindermann
Johann Erasmus Kindermann (29 March 1616 – 14 April 1655) was a German Baroque organist and composer. He was the most important composer of the Nuremberg school in the first half of the 17th cen...