- Performer:Hannes Kästner
- Title:J.S. Bach: Orgelwerke aus der Thomaskirche
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Organ – Hannes Kästner. Recording Supervisor, Engineer – Horst Kunze. Rights Society (Domain Public): D. P. Matrix, Runout (Side A): DMM 27069 A-1. Matrix, Runout (Side B): DMM 27069 B-1/85 SII. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All.
Hannes Kästner (27 October 1929 in Oetzsch – 14 July 1993 in Leipzig) was a German organist and harpsichordist. During his school days, Kästner was a member of the St. Thomas School, Leipzig from 1940 to 1948. After finishing high school at the Thomasschule, he studied church music with Günther Ramin at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig. While still a student in 1949, he served as a substitute and in 1951 was appointed as official representative to the vacant Thomasorganist post
Hannes Kästner (Organ, Harpsichord). Born: October 27, 1929 - Oetzsch, Saxony-Anhalt or Markkleeberg, Saxony, Germany Died: July 14, 1993 - Leipzig, Saxony, Germany. The German organist and harpschordist, Hannes Kästner, was member of the Thomanerchor Leipzig and studied with Günther Ramin at the Church Music Institute of the Leipzig Musikhochschule from 1948 to 1952. In 1951, whilst still Student, Hannes Kästner became organist at the Thomaskirche in Leipzig . Source: Liner notes to the 15-CD Box Set ‘. Bach: Orgelwerke auf Silbermann-Orgel · Organ Works’ (Berlin Classics) Contributed by Matthias Hansen (February 2011).
Die Schukeorgel der Thomaskirche zu Leipzig: Hannes Kästner spielt Bach. Johann Sebastian Bach; Hannes Kästner. Die großen Orgelwerke, Volume 1. Max Reger; Hannes Kästner. 1. Album + Compilation.
After finishing high school at the Thomasschule, he studied church music with Günther Ramin at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig. Kästner played the harpsichord in the Leipzig Bach Orchestra. Horst Riedel: Stadtlexikon Leipzig von A bis Z. Leipzig: Pro Leipzig 2005, ISBN 3-936508-03-8.
CreditsAdam Bachhausen - Cover Design
Gregor Chanteaux - Redaction
Jacques Fournier - Liner Note Translation
Hannes Kästner - Organ, Primary Artist
Horst Kunze - Engineer, Recording Supervision
Lionel Salter - Liner Note Translation
Winfried Schrammek - Liner Notes
|1||Pièce d'orgue (Fantasia), for organ in G major, BWV 572 (BC J83)||Hannes Kästner||8:37|
|2||Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, chorale prelude for organ (Schübler Chorale No. 1), BWV 645 (BC K22)||Hannes Kästner||5:02|
|3||Fantasia and Fugue, for organ in G minor ("Great"), BWV 542 (BC J42, 57, 67)||Hannes Kästner||12:46|
|4||Toccata and Fugue, for organ in D minor, BWV 565 (BC J37)||Hannes Kästner||9:28|
|5||Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (I), chorale prelude for organ (Orgel-Büchlein No. 41), BWV 639 (BC K68)||Hannes Kästner||3:25|
|6||Prelude and Fugue, for organ in C major, BWV 547 (BC J11)||Hannes Kästner||9:52|