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Episode 5

Donald Macleod looks at the achievements of Pachelbel's final years, as the most important musician in the city of Nuremberg and the whole of central Germany.

Donald Macleod looks at the achievements of Pachelbel's final years, as the most important musician in the city of Nuremberg and the whole of central Germany. Some of Pachelbel's finest music was written during this period, which is only today being rescued from obscurity.

Fugue on the Magnificat primi toni No 20
Antoine Bouchard (organ)
Dorian DOR93206 - Tr 22 (Complete Organ Works, Vol 9)

Fugue on the Magnificat sexti toni No 5
Joseph Payne (organ)
Centaur CRC2304 - Tr 15

Magnificat
Cantus Colln
Konrad Junghanel (conductor)
Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 05472773052 - Tr 7

Fugue on the Magnificat sexti toni No 6
Joseph Payne (organ)
Centaur CRC2304 - Tr 16

Pachelbel: Das Gewitter im Aprilen
Jan Kobow (tenor)
London Baroque
Cavalli CCD332 - Tr 14

Pachelbel: Fantasia and Toccata
Gustav Leonhardt (harpsichord)
Alpha ALPHA042 - Trs 8, 10

Musicalische Ergotzung (Partie No 3)
Les Cyclopes
Pierre Verany PV794111 - Trs 7-12

Magnificat in C
La Capella Ducale
Musica Fiata
Roland Wilson (director)
CPO 9999162 - Tr 6.

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Fri 28 Nov 2008 22:00

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