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Ancient Italian organ music (Altitalienische Orgelmusik) [1970]

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Ancient Italian organ music (Altitalienische Orgelmusik) [1970]

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Frescobaldi: Il Secondo Libro di Toccate
1 - Toccata Quinta In G "Per l'organo sopta I pedali, e senza"	3:42 	
2  - Toccate - Toccata Quarta In A "Per l'organo da sonarsi alla levatione"	6:10 	
3  - Toccate - Toccata Prima	4:25 	
4  - Toccata Terza "Per l'organo da sonarsi alla levatione"	7:55 	
5  - Toccata Sesta "Per l'organo sopra I pedali, e senza"	5:15 	

6 Pasquini: Toccata dell'ottavo tono In G	3:50 	
7 Pasquini: Sonata In E Minor "Elevazione"	4:10 	
8 Zipoli: Canzona In G Minor	4:01 	
9 Casini: Pensiero per l'organo II In D	5:16 	
10 Bencini: Fuga In G	2:11 	
11 Bencini: Sonata In F Minor	4:08 	
12 Porpora: Fuga In E Flat	5:08

Fernando Germani – organ

Church Organ of  Santa Maria del Riposo – Venice  (Pietro Nacchini organ1751)
(Recorded in 1969)

 

Il secondo libro di toccate ("The Second Book of Toccatas") is a collection of keyboard music by Girolamo Frescobaldi, first published in 1627. A work of immense historical importance, it includes the first known chaconne and passacaglia, as well as the earliest set of variations on an original theme (i.e. not a popular song, as in all earlier music). Il secondo libro di toccate is widely regarded as a high point in Frescobaldi's oeuvre.

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