Vincent Lübeck (1654–1740) Complete Organ Works
Urtext edited by Harald Vogel [org]
Vincent Lübeck's few organ works were transmitted only in copies that were written chiefly in letter tablature, and that stem mostly from Lübeck's circle of students, thus from the collections of Hamburg's Nicolaikirche.
You will find more works by north German organ masters here.
112 pages | 30,5 x 23 cm | 432 g | ISMN: 979-0-004-18389-2 | Softbound
Just as with the previous editions of Bruhns, Scheidt and Sweelinck, this new edition by Harald Vogel is a practical source-based edition that seeks to make the information content of the sources accessible to present-day users and to the extent that this is feasible in modern-day practice to remain as close as possible to the original notation. In order to lead the user closer to the original form, Vogel eschews editorial additions through analogical formations. The editors detailed comments refer not only to the extant collection of works, but also in the text The Organs and Their Tunings to the instruments on which the composer exercised his mastery in Flensburg, Stade and Hamburg.
|Praeambulum ex c (LübWV 6)|
|Praeambulum ex E (LübWV 7)|
|Praeambulum ex F (LübWV 8)|
|Praeambulum ex G (LübWV 9)|
|Praeludium ex C (LübWV 10)|
|Praeludium ex d (LübWV 11)|
|Praeludium ex g (LübWV 12)|
|Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (LübWV 13)|
|Nun lasst uns Gott den Herren (LübWV 15)|
|Praeludium et Fuga (aus Clavier Übung) (LübWV 16)||(Anhang/Appendix)|
|Chacon ex A (LübWV 20)||(Anhang/Appendix)|