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10 Feb 2010

Jeanne Demessieux / Victoria Hall Organ - J.S.Bach recital - Decca 1953

Johann Sebastian Bach:
Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major,   BWV564    
Chorale-Prelude: "Wenn wir in Hochsten Noten sein",   BWV641
Chorale-Prelude: "Jesus Christus, unser Heiland",   BWV626/688
Chorale-Prelude: "Nunn komm' der Heiden Heiland",   BWV599 
Fugue in G major (a la gigue),   BWV577 
Prelude and Fugue in A minor,   BWV543
6 files zip FLAC  Mega Download
The 1949 Organ at Victoria Hall  - Jeanne Demessieux, organist  
Decca  ACL 242   (LXT 2915)  1964 LP/c.1961 transfer/matrices: ARL1922 -1Nr / ARL1923 -1Nr   Rec: c.October 1953 - Victoria Hall, Geneva
Re-edited April 2014      Not on CD          Sleeve-note / EMG review >>>







5 comments:

  1. Dear Tin Ear,
    I noticed your blogs were a few days not accessable, but I couldn't reach you ... I had no email address! Anyway, I'm glad you're " in the air" again and hope you find some fun in continuing your blogs. If you're going to work with a guest list, I'd like to be on that list...
    Best wishes, Satyr / Rolf

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    1. Hello Satyr.
      As I just mentioned to Andrew on the Weingartner/Beecham post, elsewhere, I saw there was no email link..but 'assumed' that my email addresses would be known to many.

      I wouldn't do a Private list - very cliquey - but I've now got storage problems - and don't wish to constantly check whether files have 'vanished' - which they will do (on Zippy - the Beethoven/ 5/Schnabel I found had been deleted - but nobody bothered mentioning that...) if I don't keep uploading new material - hence I've put the lot onto Mega....leaving room for only a few more hours of material

      Anyway; your LP purchase of very dead singers looks rather recherche!!

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  2. Many thanks, among the others, for this and the Franck release...not the kind of music i've prior paid any attention to, yet find it's seriousness captivating - excellent for pensive moments (like the Franck, too.)

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  3. I have been also neglecting your site of late – my apologies – an silly accident (not life-threatening but enough to knock me out of circulation for a few months) prevented much participation in anything. However, like a kid locked in a sweetshop I have now been manically grabbing at your uploaded files so see how many wonders can be sampled, and to catch up with what I have been missing.

    I am particularly fond of this recording at the moment (pensive is good for me right now), and again I would just like to thank you for the time and trouble you go to in providing these files. You may not think so, but your efforts are very much appreciated - at least from these quarters.

    All good wishes, Graham.

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    1. Hello Graham,
      To a fair-degree I've been neglecting these blogs this year: seem to have vast thousands of unplayed LP's that are 'worth a listen'...re-uploading some olde material (such as this) was a bit lazy - but saved some time (and this ACL transfer was anyway a great improvement on the original LXT).

      I'll have to try obtaining 'another' Mega account as am in, more or less, the same lack-of-storage situation as mentioned above..

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