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Bach: The work for organ & harpsichord, Chapter I - 1. Jesu meine Freude

Benjamin Alard

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Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 1105
00:03:14

Benjamin Alard, Performer, Primary - Gerlinde Samann, Primary, Soloist - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2017 harmonia mundi 2017

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Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen, BWV 770
00:14:32

Benjamin Alard, Performer, Primary - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2017 harmonia mundi 2017

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Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut, BWV 1114
00:05:43

Benjamin Alard, Performer, Primary - Gerlinde Samann, Primary, Soloist - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2017 harmonia mundi 2017

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O Jesu, wie ist dein Gestalt, BWV 1094
00:02:53

Benjamin Alard, Performer, Primary - Gerlinde Samann, Primary, Soloist - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2017 harmonia mundi 2017

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