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Prelude: “Praise to the Lord” by Johann Gottfried Walther (Performed by Pastor Stratman)
Johann Gottfried Walther(1684-1748) was a cousin and friend of Johann Sebastian Bach, and like his cousin he was an accomplished organist and composer of music for Lutheran worship.
Hymn also performed by the St. Stephen's Brass: Pastor Heyer, Kari Kittel, John Stratman, Renata Stratman
(Performed by Mr. Mischke)
Prelude: “A Mighty Fortress” by Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 720 (Performed by Pastor Stratman)
This prelude is chorale fantasy which tosses bits of the melody from one hand to the other and even to the feet.
Fugue in E-flat major, BWV 552b (Performed by Mr. Mischke)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) composed for nearly every instrument and in nearly every form of his time except opera. He was well known as an organist all his life and concentrated on the writing of church music in his later career. This fugue has three themes, each representing a person of the Trinity. The fugue begins with the Father’s theme, which sounds a lot like “O God, Our Help in Ages Past.” The Son’s theme is a run of descending and ascending notes. The Spirit’s theme sounds like a dance. When all three themes come together, they weave themselves tightly—symbolizing the unity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit in the Trinity.
And a bit more of the flexible wind effect here.
You can hear a bit of the flexible wind effect here.
Played on the Stiehr-Mockers 1.0A FS for jOrgan. A convolution reverb was added later.
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