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Matthew Owens|Pachelbel: Organ Works, Volume 1

Pachelbel: Organ Works, Volume 1

Matthew Owens

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A close contemporary of Buxtehude, Johann Pachelbel was by all accounts an outstanding keyboard player himself, and his compositions provide a fascinating stylistic bridge between early-Baroque composers such as Frescobaldi and Froberger (both of whom influenced him) and the later music of Bach and his contemporaries. Organist Matthew Owens embarks on a major exploration of the many extant organ works of Pachelbel beginning with this first volume recorded on the iconic 1965 Frobenius Organ of The Queen’s College Chapel in Oxford, considered a vital instrument in the classical organ revival in Britain. Demonstrating the huge range of his abilities as a composer, the diverse forms and styles Pachelbel used are revealed in this compelling recital. © Resonus Classics

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1
Prelude in D Minor, P407
00:05:58

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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2
Fugue in D Minor, P154
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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3
Toccata in F Major, P463
00:02:52

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen’, P7a: I. Chorale
00:00:51

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen’, P7a: II. Partita I
00:00:55

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen’, P7a: III. Partita II
00:00:56

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen’, P7a: IV. Partita III
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen’, P7a: V. Partita IV
00:01:00

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen’, P7a: VI. Partita V
00:01:04

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen’, P7a: VII. Partita VI
00:00:57

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni I, P314
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni II, P315
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni III, P316
00:01:19

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni IV, P317
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni V, P318
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni VI, P319
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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni VII, P320
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni VIII, P321
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni IX, P322
00:01:27

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni X, P323
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni XI, P324
00:01:00

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Magnificat Fugue Quinti Toni XII, P325
00:02:26

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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23
Ciacona in F Minor, P43
00:10:56

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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24
Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz, P483
00:02:31

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Warum betrübst du dich, mein Herz, P484
00:04:08

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: I. Chorale
00:00:55

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

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27
Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: II. Partita I
00:00:57

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: III. Partita II
00:00:59

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: IV. Partita III
00:01:00

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: V. Partita IV
00:01:06

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: VI. Partita V
00:01:01

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

32
Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: XII. Partita VI
00:00:55

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: VIII. Partita VII
00:01:04

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: IX. Partita VIII
00:00:43

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Chorale Partita ‘Was Gott tut, das ist wholgetan’, P379: X. Partita IX
00:00:55

Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott, P106
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Johann Pachelbel, Composer - Matthew Owens, MainArtist

(C) 2021 Resonus Limited (P) 2021 Resonus Limited

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A close contemporary of Buxtehude, Johann Pachelbel was by all accounts an outstanding keyboard player himself, and his compositions provide a fascinating stylistic bridge between early-Baroque composers such as Frescobaldi and Froberger (both of whom influenced him) and the later music of Bach and his contemporaries. Organist Matthew Owens embarks on a major exploration of the many extant organ works of Pachelbel beginning with this first volume recorded on the iconic 1965 Frobenius Organ of The Queen’s College Chapel in Oxford, considered a vital instrument in the classical organ revival in Britain. Demonstrating the huge range of his abilities as a composer, the diverse forms and styles Pachelbel used are revealed in this compelling recital. © Resonus Classics

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