Matthias Weckmann

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Synopsis[edit]

Matthias Weckmann (before 1619-1674) was a German Baroque organist and composer. He studied with Schütz, Scheidemann, and Jacob Praetorius. In 1655 he auditioned for and obtained the post of organist at Hamburg's Jacobikirche.[1]


For details, see the Matthias Weckmann Wikipedia article.

List of Organ Works[edit]

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Ach wir arme Sünder - Weckmann
Es ist das Heil uns kommen her - Weckmann
Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ (2 cycles) - Weckmann
Gott sei gelobet und gebenedeiet - Weckmann
Komm Heilger Geist Herre Gott - Weckmann
Nun freuet euch lieben Christen Gemein - Weckmann
Magnificat secundi toni - Weckmann
O lux beata trinitas - Weckmann
Canzona in C Major - Weckmann
Canzona in c minor - Weckmann
Canzona in d minor - Weckmann
Canzona in C major - Weckmann
Canzona in G Major - Weckmann
Fantasia in d minor - Weckmann
Fuga in d minor - Weckmann
Preambulum primi toni in d minor - Weckmann
Toccata vel praeludium in d minor - Weckmann
Toccata in d minor - Weckmann
Toccata in e minor - Weckmann
Toccata in e min - Weckmann
Toccata in a minor - Weckmann
Toccata in C Major - Weckmann
Partita in d minor - Weckmann
Partita in c minor - Weckmann
Partita in b minor - Weckmann
Partita in e minor - Weckmann
Partita in a minor - Weckmann
Variations on Die liebliche Blicke - Weckmann

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Recordings[edit]

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Free Online[edit]

Fantasie in d Minor, performed by Jorgen Ernst Hansen, on the Frobenius organ, at Sct. Andreas Church, Copenhagen. [1]

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Notes[edit]

  1. Oxford Music Online, Oxford University Press, 207-2015, accessed 30 January 2015.
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