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Bach – Choral Prelude ”wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme” Bwv 645
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    raananh says:

    And in much more modern style, 1960s Rock style (Israeli): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZWulk36iRA

    GRUPPODAMADAKA says:

    The same organ played by Hans Otto in the famous DENON cd in 1984 !

    k M says:

    such a beautiful organ!

    Londo says:

    Simply perfect. Thank you for sharing.

    Jean Sauter says:

    Koopman als Fuscher zu bezeichnen…. Ok jeder seine Meinung! Über die Tempi kann man sicher streiten. Wenn man aber alle seine Interpretationen anhört was JSB angeht, dann weiß man in welche Richtung es geht! Würde mir hier ab und zu eine bessere Wortwahl wünschen. – Ton ik weet soms wordt je niet zo gezien, gelukkig. Je interpretaties van Bach vallen bij mij wel op goede aarde! Mocht ook wat aan uitvoeringen van je zowel in Leipzig of Amsterdam horen. Hoop nog vakker je live de mogen horen. Groetjes /Grüße uit/aus Amsterdam

    Hyoseon Lee says:

    Anyone else hear the snippets of the Fugue in G minor at the beginning?

    Tristan Comerford says:

    A nice 8ft diapason and a 16ft bourdon wouldn't go amiss and perhaps a metronome.

    TAKATHI0202 says:

    このテンポすごくいいよね

    tertorcruz says:

    Amo demais esta música! Ton Koopman é magnífico!

    Molo Mango says:

    mit den verzierungen und dem tempo meiner meinung nach die schönste version hier auf yt… schön👍

    Untermensch ы says:

    какашка

    User 5176836 says:

    tooo fast dont rush through it

    Main Sail says:

    Ton Koopman is a Master!

    Peter Owens says:

    Just listened to Karl Rickter, playing the same piece.
    I prefer this; to me it's somehow more lively, but my impression was that it was a tad fast.

    Infamous Crown says:

    In the beginning, I thought the song "under the sea" from the little mermaid was playing…

    skrie says:

    His mastery is complete… and it's actually unbelievable.
    But then it's played at the most distasteful speed, sucking all the beauty out of the composition. It's hard to comprehend.

    I guess in his super-brain he's just lost normal sense of time.

    Marco Wunnenberg says:

    Lieber Herr Koopmann,diesen Choral spielen Sie dann doch etwas zuschnell…hört sich GEJAGT an….Mehr Musse….Ansonsten Toll..!!!

    Fustos Misi says:

    Ton koopman hat sehr gut gespielen. 😉

    larsruben1 says:

    In welke stad of dorp is dit opgenomen ?

    Steiner Sound studios says:

    Not an interpretation to my taste. much too fast, and the organ sounds too blurry

    Stefan Hempel says:

    sehr gut gespielt ,besonders die linke Hand ,das erst einmal hinzubekommen zeigt großes können des Organisten aus schöne grüße aus Berlin

    Marco Wunnenberg says:

    Lieber Herr Koopmann,NICHT soo Jagen,durch dieses Stück….Technisch Perfekt…Nur,warum sooooo Schnell…???

    King Picke I. says:

    Played on the "Große Silbermannorgel", built from 1710 to 1714 his biggest one own built by Johann Gottfried Silbermann…situated in the Dom St.Marien in Freiberg, Saxony in the Eastern Erzgebirge near Dresden…what an excellent and unique sound

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