Tunes on Tuesday 22 January 2019 | Uploading past recitals

in classical-music •  7 days ago 

One good thing that has come out of this pandemic is the time we wouldn't normally have to catch up on things. I have been slowly going through old recital footage and uploading them unto my YouTube channel. Longer videos also help get my watch hours up as I need 4000 in 12 months before qualifying to become a partner (as well as hitting 1000 subs).

This was recorded live on 22 January 2019, St. Matthew's Church, Albury, NSW, Australia.


(0:00) Introduction

Johann Sebastian Bach
(1:08) Prelude in E-flat major (“St Anne”), BWV 552i

Denis Bédard
(10:58) Variations sur 'Herzlich tut mich verlangen'

Suite du deuxième ton
(18:48) Plein Jeu;
(20:32) Gavotte;
(22:48) Récit;
(25:22) Écho;
(26:45) Fugue sur le Grands Jeux

(30:15) Variations sur 'In dulci jubilo'

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