Τρίτη, 1 Μαΐου 2012

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This is a special gift for you, i found it today. What can i say for Ludwig van Beethoven ? Divine music from a brother who help us to sense Gods Love. Higher vibrations that can lift us and inspired us to walk the path of metamorphosis of true alchemy.

Beethoven - Wilhelm Krumbach Orgelwerke

Suite for mechanical organ WoO 33,1-3
Trio in E minor
Prelude in F minor
Fugue in C major
Prelude in all Keys, op.39,1
Fugues in D minor

Wilhelm Krumbach - organ
historical König-Organ in Schleiden



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Ernst Adalbert Wilhelm Krumbach (* July 25 1937 in Neustadt bei Coburg , † August 27 2005 in Speyer ) was a German harpsichordist , organist , musicologist, author and broadcaster.

Wilhelm Krumbach was the son of the high school teacher of mathematics and physics and amateur violinist Wilhelm Krumbach senior and pianist Elizabeth Krumbach (nee Will) in Neustadt bei Coburg born and learned early on the piano - and playing the organ . He had lived since early childhood in Landau . During his school days he was given a musical education as an organ student of the Palatine Church music director Adolf Graf , where he later studied the organ.

Immediately after his graduation in 1955 he received his first degree in church music . In addition to the subject organ Krumbach studied musicology with Professor Arnold Schmitz and Dr. Ernst Laaf, Germanic , philosophy , and a few semesters of theology at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz . Since his student days Krumbach was a freelance concert organist, harpsichordist active, musicologist and radio writer. In 1968, married William Krumbach the medical examiner, Dr. Susanne soul, with whom he reared two daughters, Elizabeth and Dorothy.

Wilhelm Krumbach enjoyed both as an artist and as a musicologist international reputation. Concert tours on five continents, and participation in international music festivals have made him as one of the leading German organist and harpsichordist known worldwide. Krumbach appeared in more than 100 television shows as a performer on organ , harpsichord and fortepiano , and has published more than 100 recordings mostly from German labels, but also in Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, the USA, Japan and Latin America. His recording of Bach's organ works on the organ of the castle church at Lahm Itzgrund i was in the 80 years celebration of the international press as a turning point in the interpretation of Bach .

Krumbach performed as a soloist with major chamber and symphony orchestras , and played under conductors such as Karl Ristenpart , Antonio Janigro , Wolfgang Marscher , Zubin Mehta , and Helmuth Rilling . In addition to the great organ works of Bach , Mendelssohn and Reger interpreted Krumbach, above all, many smaller local composers and previously unknown or forgotten works, linking his work as a performing artist with the music as a research scientist. Occasional excursions into other musical genres were inevitable. He produced several CDs as well as jointly with the Romanian jazz pianist Eugen Cicero . Wilhelm Krumbach were numerous master classes around the theme of authentic interpretation of the work on authentic instruments.

In 1966, Krumbach called the Organ Festival Organ Frankish days to life, which he conducted until 1999 and annually occurring in the many internationally known artists. Also, the 1993 festival, first held Festive Organ Days in the Moselle region was initiated by Krumbach. Since his student days he was as a radio writer worked and wrote numerous portraits of composers and more than 2,000 manuscripts to radio-cycles, in which he played mostly self as a performer on the organ or harpsichord.  Krumbach was a juror at many international organ competitions and professional advice in matters the restoration and reconstruction of historical keyboard instruments .

Krumbach worked mainly on the European Organ and Piano Art from the Middle Ages until the 18th waning Century, but also occasionally on Organ Music of the Romantic and Modern. Here he made some remarkable discoveries, including previously unknown organ works by Handel and Beethoven . His first recording and discovery of 60 previously unknown organ chorales of Johann Sebastian Bach in 1982 made headlines around the world and was hailed in the press as a major Bach Fund.

In addition, employed extensively by Wilhelm Krumbach playing and recording arts , articulation - and speed issues as well as the set , mold and affect theory . In the series transmitter German Organ landscapes presented Krumbach important monument in front of organs and their specific music, and thus provided a general overview of the history of the German organ building .

Wilhelm Krumbach was also an important figure in the development of German Mandolin scene. After a rather fortuitous meeting with the Saarland Mandolin Orchestra conducted by Siegfried Behrend , the interest in the mandolin aroused and their history, Krumbach discovered in his research as a result some 400 missing mandolin works and researched the lives of their authors.  Many these works were Krumbach, the Saarland Mandolin Orchestra, various chamber music groups and the mandolin Takashi Ochi Masayuki Kawaguchi and the Saarland Radio and recorded in specially-created broadcast program series. Even with the approval of the mandolin competition for Young Musicians Krumbach played a crucial role

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_Krumbach

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