Apparatus Musico-Organisticus (Muffat, Georg).
His imposingly titled Apparatus musico-organisticus of 1690 was a set of 12 toccatas, one in each of the old church modes, plus three large variation-type pieces. This super audio two-CD set isn't necessarily a great choice for the general listener interested in Baroque organ music, but it will appeal to several distinct special audiences.
Georg Muffat: Apparatus Musico-Organisticus. Joseph Kelemen Organ. CDs: 2 Tracks: 15 Length: 1:55:43. CD 1 of 2. Georg Muffat Composer. Apparatus Musico-Organisticus, collection for organ Work.
Georg Muffat was born in Megève, Duchy of Savoy (now in France), of André Muffat (of Scottish descent) and Marguerite Orsyand. He studied in Paris between 1663 and 1669, where his teacher is often assumed to have been Jean Baptiste Lully. This assumption is largely based on the statement "For six years. Apparatus musico-organisticus. Douze toccatas pour orgue by René Saorgin, (Harmonia Mundi HMU966-967). Muffat, Georg (1695). Wilson, David . et al. (2001). Georg Muffat on Performance Practice. Bloomington, IN, USA: Indiana University Press. Free scores by Georg Muffat at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP). The Mutopia Project has compositions by Georg Muffat.
Artist: Georg Muffat, Enikö Alram. Enikö Alram, Georg Muffat: best 2 tracks. Bartolomaeus Praetorius, Enikö Alram, Tamas Alram - Galliard The History of Guitar (100 Famous Songs), 2015 01:32. Biagio Marini, Ensemble Suonatori, Georg Muffat, Heinrich Biber - Soledad Confusa: I. Passacalle Baroque Jam Session, 2018 08:08. Artist: Georg Muffat Enikö Alram.
Artists Georg Muffat Organ Works, Volume 1: Apparatus musico-organisticus, part I. Organ Works, Volume 1: Apparatus musico-organisticus, part I Georg Muffat. Organ Works, Volume 1: Apparatus musico-organisticus, part I. 2000. This album has an average beat per minute of 68 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 58/80 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Organ Works, Volume 1: Apparatus musico-organisticus, part I. 1. Apparatus musico-organisticus: Toccata prima.
Free download and listen Muffat: Apparatus musico-organisticus. Muffat: Apparatus musico-organisticus. Georg Muffat, Jaroslav Tůma. Tracks count: 22. Views: 5. Georg Muffat, Jaroslav Tůma - Apparatus Musico-Organisticus: Toccata No. 6 in F major 08:56. 10 in D major 05:57. 12 in B flat major 06:58.
Apparatus Musico-Organisticus. Apparatus Musico-Organisticus is a set of 15 pieces for solo organ composed in 1690 by Georg Muffat. It was first published that same year. The pieces are 12 Toccatas, a Ciacona, a Passacaglia, and the "Nova Cyclopedeias Harmonica" Air and Variations. The composer dedicated the piece to Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor.
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