For the fifth summer, organ vespers take place each sunday at 5 PM at the Dubois organ of 1766 (yes, we celebrate its 250th birthday this year) in Wissembourg. Some of the concerts start an hour earlier, like the one last sunday with 2 organ players and a percussionist. Until now, all of this years […]
Today the last concert of this year’s vesper series on the Dubois organ at Wissembourg took place. A gregorian choir and two organ players, Denise Becker and Heinrich Grimm, provided pieces of François Couperin, Henri Dumont et Nicolas de Grigny. This was the fourth season of organ vespers at Wissembourg. I’d like to express my […]
The organ vespers continue in 2014. Today Michael Saum played the pieces listed below. As always, we enjoyed every single minute of the concert.
Today Quentin Guerillot played the following pieces: Jean Adam Guilain (ca. 1680-1739) – Suite du 2ème ton Prélude Tierce en taille Duo Basse de trompette Trio de flûtes Dialogue Petit Plein-Jeu Claude Bénigne Balbastre (1727-1799) Prélude et fugue Charles Tournemire (1870-1939) – Suite évocatrice Grave Tierce en taille et récit de cromorne Flûte d’écho Jeu […]
Today Marc Huck (organ), Caroline Huck-Hiebel (organ), and Eric Hiebel (trumpet) played the following pieces: Jacques Boyvin (ca. 1649-1706) – Prélude du 5ème ton Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) – Extraits de Musique Héroique ou 12 marches pour violon ou flûte et clavier – Marche N° 2 – La Grâce Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) – Extraits […]
Today Lydia Schimmer played the following pieces on the Dubois organ: Georg Muffat (1653-1704) – Apparatus musico organisticus – Toccata undecima Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643) – Toccata Seconda Heinrich Scheidemann (1596-1663) – Dic nobis Maria Johann Jakob Froberger (1616-1667) – Partita »Auff die Mayerin« Georg Böhm (1661-1733) – Vater unser im Himmelreich Nicolas de Grigny (1672-1703) […]
Today Thomas Kientz played the following pieces on the Dubois organ: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) – Clavierübung Teil III – Präludium und Fuge Es-Dur (BWV 552) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) – Vater unser im Himmelreich (BWV 737) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) – Vater unser im Himmelreich (BWV 762) Nicolas de Grigny (1672-1703) – A solis […]
This year the vespers at Wissembourg are continued. Today Heinrich Grimm played the following pieces: Jean-Nicolas Geoffroy (1633-1694) – Offerte en fanfare Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) – Partite diverse sopra il Corale O Gott, du frommer Gott (BWV 767) – 9 variations Jacques Boyvin (1653-1706) – Extrait de la suite du premier ton – Tierce […]
»Les vesperales de l’orgue Dubois en Wissembourg« are now past. Today Christoph Keggenhoff used the occassion of the last concert of this series to demonstrate the different shades of the instrument’s timbres. I enjoyed every single minute, as I did the 19 concerts before. Thanks to all who helped to make this happen. Next sunday […]
Today’s menu contained a couple of pieces she played exactly six years ago, plus a couple of others. I was exited by two pieces I’m also working on, which is the Passacaglia of Buxtehude and the pièce of Böhm. Surprisingly, she used a Diapason 8 for the solo voice in the latter pièce instead of […]
Yesterday the program of this year’s vespers, which is the 7th season BTW, was published. Once again we’ll travel to Wissembourg each sunday to listen to the outstanding sound of the Dubois organ. Thanks to all involved in the organisation of the events.
Today the program of this year’s vespers was published. And again I’ll travel to Wissembourg each sunday to listen to the outstanding sound of the Dubois organ. Thanks to all involved in the organisation of the events.
On sunday the 2014-09-14 the last Vesperale of this year’s season took place in Wissembourg, performed by Pascal Reber. It was the 50th Vesperale since the inauguration of the Dubois organ. We heard rumors of people involved that there are plans to continue next year. I’ve attended each of the 50 Vespers (and the other […]
Almost one year passed since the inauguration of the Dubois organ at the abbey of Peter and Paul in Wissembourg. To celebrate the anniversary a nice concert took place yesterday from 8 PM to 10 PM. Pascal Reber and Markus Eichenlaub played pieces of various composers. Three have been played using four hands by both […]
Liebhaber klassischer Musik konnten heute um drei Uhr in der katholischen Stiftskirche St. Peter und Paul in Wissembourg das Requiem in C-Moll von Antonio Salieri (1750-1825) genießen. Die Organisation dürfte ein kleiner Kraftakt gewesen sein. Beteiligt waren der Projektchor der Regierungspräsidiums Karlsruhe und der Landkreise Karlsruhe und Rhein-Neckar, die Vokalsolisten Lydia Leitner, Rosemara Ribeiro, Jason […]
After its inauguration, the Dubois organ is used for a series of vespers during this summer, happening each sunday afternoon from 5 PM to 5:50 PM. Though the inauguration just happened one week ago, Daniel Maurer yesterday was in desperate need of tuning the lingual pipes of the backside positiv 15 minutes before the concert. […]