The historic organ of the St. Michaels Church in Bobenthal, Palatinate, is a unique work of art in several respects. The instrument was built in 1817 by the organ maker Wendelin Ubhaus (er) from Kirrweiler. In 1879, as part of the church renovation, the organ was removed and stored by the Schlimbach company from Speyer. Actually there was a desire for a new instrument, but this (luckily from today's perspective!) Failed for financial reasons; the old Ubhaus organ was repaired by Hermann Schlimbach and set up again. The organ case was originally untreated; today's color scheme dates from 1964. Some special features make the instrument a rarity not only in the rich Palatinate organ landscape: the pedal does not have a 16' voice, but the manual is unusually completely expanded from the low C to f', whereas the pedal has a (typical of the time) small amount of just over an octave (C-d). The disposition contains a quarter of string parts, which may pay homage to both baroque traditions and a certain late classical sound ideal. The mixture contains a third chorus, which enriches the overall sound magnificently. For a long time the organ was in shadow and increasingly desolate, but luckily more than 90% of the original substance had been preserved. In 2016/17, at the initiative of some Bobenthal organ lovers, the valuable and qualitatively remarkable historical instrument was subjected to a fundamental restoration by Johannes Rohlf (Neubulach), in which the old bellows pedal system was also restored and made usable again. In the 200th year of it's existence, the organ shines in old splendor and new sound freshness.
The historic organ of the St. Michaels Church in Bobenthal, Palatinate, is a unique work of art in several respects. The instrument was built in 1817 by the organ maker Wendelin Ubhaus (er) from Kirrweiler. In 1879, as part of the church renovation, the organ was removed and stored by the Schlimbach company from Speyer. Actually there was a desire for a new instrument, but this (luckily from today's perspective!) Failed for financial reasons; the old Ubhaus organ was repaired by Hermann Schlimbach and set up again. The organ case was originally untreated; today's color scheme dates from 1964. Some special features make the instrument a rarity not only in the rich Palatinate organ landscape: the pedal does not have a 16' voice, but the manual is unusually completely expanded from the low C to f', whereas the pedal has a (typical of the time) small amount of just over an octave (C-d). The disposition contains a quarter of string parts, which may pay homage to both baroque traditions and a certain late classical sound ideal. The mixture contains a third chorus, which enriches the overall sound magnificently. For a long time the organ was in shadow and increasingly desolate, but luckily more than 90% of the original substance had been preserved. In 2016/17, at the initiative of some Bobenthal organ lovers, the valuable and qualitatively remarkable historical instrument was subjected to a fundamental restoration by Johannes Rohlf (Neubulach), in which the old bellows pedal system was also restored and made usable again. In the 200th year of it's existence, the organ shines in old splendor and new sound freshness.
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Label: CANTATE
Rel. Date: 07/03/2020
UPC: 4012476580531

Pastourelle / Various
Artist: Christian Brembeck
Format: CD
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1. Toccata For Organ In D Major
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2. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 1
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3. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 2
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4. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 3
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5. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 4
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6. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 5
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7. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 6
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8. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 7
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9. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 8
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10. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 9
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11. Alamanda, Sswv 558 "Bruynsmedelijn" (Version For Organ): Var. 10
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12. Canzona Secunda À 6 (Arr. For Organ)
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13. Carillon No. 2 (Arr. For Organ)
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14. La Pastourelle (Arr. For Organ)
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15. Suite No. 2 In F Major, Hwv 427 (Arr. For Organ): I. Adagio
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16. Suite No. 2 In F Major, Hwv 427 (Arr. For Organ): II. Allegro
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17. Suite No. 2 In F Major, Hwv 427 (Arr. For Organ): III. Adagio
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18. Suite No. 2 In F Major, Hwv 427 (Arr. For Organ): IV. Allegro
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19. Tiento Sexto Tono De Falsas No. 1
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20. Concerto In D Major, Bwv 972 (Arr. For Organ): I. Allegro
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21. Concerto In D Major, Bwv 972 (Arr. For Organ): II. Larghetto
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22. Concerto In D Major, Bwv 972 (Arr. For Organ): III. Allegro
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23. Christ Lag In Todesbanden, Krebs-Wv 503, Pt. 2 "Choral. Cantus Firmus In Tenor" (Arr. For Organ)
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24. Sei Lob Und Ehr Dem Höchsten Gut, Krebs-Wv 507, Pt. 1 "Praeambulum Supra" (Arr. For Organ)
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25. Erbarm Dich Mein, O Herre Gott, Krebs-Wv 509, Pt. 1 "Largo" (Arr. For Organ)
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26. Adagio Con Variazioni In F Major: Adagio
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27. Adagio Con Variazioni In F Major: Var. 1
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28. Adagio Con Variazioni In F Major: Var. 2
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29. Adagio Con Variazioni In F Major: Var. 3
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30. Adagio Con Variazioni In F Major: Var. 4
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31. Adagio Con Variazioni In F Major: Var. 5
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32. Adagio Con Variazioni In F Major: Var. 6
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33. Andante In A Major, Op. 33 No. 4 (Arr. For Organ)
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34. Bagatelle In C Major/Minor, Woo 54 "Happy-Sad" (Arr. For Organ)
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35. Bagatelle In C Minor, Woo 52 (Arr. For Organ)
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36. Andante In C Major, Woo 211 (Arr. For Organ)
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37. Prélude & Rondeau In C Major (Version For Organ): I. Prélude
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38. Prélude & Rondeau In C Major (Version For Organ): II. Rondeau
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The historic organ of the St. Michaels Church in Bobenthal, Palatinate, is a unique work of art in several respects. The instrument was built in 1817 by the organ maker Wendelin Ubhaus (er) from Kirrweiler. In 1879, as part of the church renovation, the organ was removed and stored by the Schlimbach company from Speyer. Actually there was a desire for a new instrument, but this (luckily from today's perspective!) Failed for financial reasons; the old Ubhaus organ was repaired by Hermann Schlimbach and set up again. The organ case was originally untreated; today's color scheme dates from 1964. Some special features make the instrument a rarity not only in the rich Palatinate organ landscape: the pedal does not have a 16' voice, but the manual is unusually completely expanded from the low C to f', whereas the pedal has a (typical of the time) small amount of just over an octave (C-d). The disposition contains a quarter of string parts, which may pay homage to both baroque traditions and a certain late classical sound ideal. The mixture contains a third chorus, which enriches the overall sound magnificently. For a long time the organ was in shadow and increasingly desolate, but luckily more than 90% of the original substance had been preserved. In 2016/17, at the initiative of some Bobenthal organ lovers, the valuable and qualitatively remarkable historical instrument was subjected to a fundamental restoration by Johannes Rohlf (Neubulach), in which the old bellows pedal system was also restored and made usable again. In the 200th year of it's existence, the organ shines in old splendor and new sound freshness.