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Mein Jesu, der du mich
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Robert Bates

Robert Bates performs Mein Jesu, der du mich from Eleven Chorale Preludes Op 122, by Johannes Brahms on the Bond pipe organ at Holy Rosary Church, Portland, Oregon,  preceded by choral melody sung by Ruth Escher.

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Audio Quality:  320 kbps

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Format: Downloadable MP3 Track
Audio Quality: 320 kbps

Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7060
Organ: Bond
Venue: Holy Rosary Church, Portland, Oregon USA
Recorded: 08/10/1998
Released: 02/01/1999
Producer: Frederick Hohman

ISRC #:USR9N9906003

Also available on CD.
Complete MP3 Download Album is available.

American Record Guide “Bates, I am happy to say, is very convincing in all the works, and the organ is, if not strikingly varied in timbre, a fine instrument for Brahms. The recording is very clear and warm … Ruth Escher’s chorale are done nicely enough … On the basis of the instrument alone this recording is worth having. Rival versions … don’t have the warmth for the late works, … It seems ironic that you’d have to go to Oregon to hear idiomatic Brahms, but I suppose stranger things have happened.” – Althouse

[ Track # • Title • Composer • Duration ]
01 • Prelude and Fugue in A minor • Johannes Brahms • 5’42”
02 • Chorale Prelude and Fugue on “O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid” • Johannes Brahms • 7’35”
03 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – Mein Jesu, der du mich • Johannes Brahms • 7’35”
04 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – Herzliebster Jesu • Johannes Brahms • 2’55”
05 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – O Welt, ich muss dich lassen • Johannes Brahms • 3’21”
06 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – Herzlich tut mich erfreuen • Johannes Brahms • 2’35”
07 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele • Johannes Brahms • 3’6″
08 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen • Johannes Brahms • 2’22”
09 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – O Gott, du frommer Gott • Johannes Brahms • 4’14”
10 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen • Johannes Brahms • 3’8″
11 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – Herzlich tut mich verlangen • Johannes Brahms • 2’38”
12 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – Herzlich tut mich verlangen • Johannes Brahms • 4’10”
13 • Eleven Chorale Preludes, Opus 122 – O Welt, ich muss dich lassen • Johannes Brahms • 3’44”
14 • Fugue in A-flat minor • Johannes Brahms • 6’24”
15 • Prelude and Fugue in G minor • Johannes Brahms • 7’20”

Robert Bates
This artist bio was current as of the release date of the recording Pro Organo CD 7060 in 1999: Robert Bates is University Organist at Stanford University, where he received his Ph.D. in musicology. He performs a wide range of organ repertoire, from early works on historic instruments to contemporary compositions, including his own. Learn more…