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Trio Sonata in D minor, BWV 527 – Vivace
Frederick Hohman

In this recording, organist Frederick Hohman plays Trio Sonata in D minor, BWV 527 – Vivace by Johann Sebastian Bach upon the only tracker-action organ built in the USA by English organ-builder Noel Mander, located in the sanctuary of the former Church of St. Mary Aldermanbury, as is now relocated on the campus of Westminster College as part of the Winston Churchill Memorial and Museum in Fulton, Missouri.

Downloadable MP3.
Audio quality:  320 kbps


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Format: Downloadable MP3
Audio quality: 320 kbps

ISRC #: USR9N9402915

Catalog Number:  CD 7029
Organ: Noel Mander (1969)
Venue: Winston Churchill Memorial and Library in the United States, Fulton, Missouri USA
Recorded: 03/29/1994
Released: 10/10/1994
Producer: Frederick Hohman

The Diapason Dr. Hohman’s program… illustrates a special musical relationship among the English and between the English and German cultures… Dr. Hohman breathes the same excitement into this music as he does into his symphonic transcriptions, and he does it here without the aid of engaged Swell shutters. Even the potentially tiresome John Blow works prove engaging under Hohman’s hands. – Bernard Durman

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