Der einzige Krebs im Bache

CD album cover 'Der einzige Krebs im Bache' (GEN 16399) with Annette Unternährer-Gfeller, Thomas Unternährer

GEN 16399 EAN: 4260036253993

8.1.2016 Special offer
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If one had to name a pupil of the great Johann Sebastian Bach, then it should be Johann Ludwig Krebs. Following in the style of the Thomas Kantor at the highest level, his organ works excel in force and are absolutely brilliant. On her new GENUIN CD, the international award-winning organist Annette Unternährer makes the Trost organ in Großengottern, Thuringia, glisten and glow so much that listening is simply a real pleasure. From the chorale miniature to the grand sonata: she stylishly and virtuosity elicits an unjustly neglected composer out from the darkness of oblivion!

MusicWeb International
“That clarity is also the effect of Annette Unternährer-Gfeller's playing, and especially her good articulation and fine registration. (…) Thomas Unternährer produces a beautiful tone on his baroque oboe and the balance between the two instruments is just right.” Review on the MusicWeb International by Johan van Veen, April 2016

Annette Unternährer-Gfeller Organ
Thomas Unternährer Baroque Oboe

If one had to name a pupil of the great Johann Sebastian Bach, then it should be Johann Ludwig Krebs. Following in the style of the Thomas Kantor at the highest level, his organ works excel in force and are absolutely brilliant. On her new GENUIN CD, the international award-winning organist Annette Unternährer makes the Trost organ in Großengottern, Thuringia, glisten and glow so much that listening is simply a real pleasure. From the chorale miniature to the grand sonata: she stylishly and virtuosity elicits an unjustly neglected composer out from the darkness of oblivion!

MusicWeb International
“That clarity is also the effect of Annette Unternährer-Gfeller's playing, and especially her good articulation and fine registration. (…) Thomas Unternährer produces a beautiful tone on his baroque oboe and the balance between the two instruments is just right.” Review on the MusicWeb International by Johan van Veen, April 2016

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Tracklist

  1. Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713–1780)
    Toccata (Praeludium) und Fuge a-Moll (Krebs-WV 411)
  2. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Wir glauben all an einen Gott (Krebs-WV 554)
  3. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Fantasia sopra Jesus, meine Zuversicht (Krebs-WV 535)
  4. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele (Krebs-WV 520)
  5. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Jesu, meine Freude (Krebs-WV 502)
  6. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Jesu, meine Freude (Krebs-WV 706)
  7. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Meine Seel ermuntre dich (Krebs-WV 709)
  8. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Trio Es-Dur (Krebs-WV 442)
  9. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her (Krebs-WV 545)
  10. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (Krebs-WV 552)
  11. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Fantasia f-Moll (Krebs-WV 604)
  12. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Trio d-Moll (Krebs-WV 439)
  13. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Fantasia F-Dur (Krebs-WV 419)
  14. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Praeludium c-Moll (Krebs-WV 403)
  15. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Praeludium C-Dur (Krebs-WV 414)
  16. Johann Ludwig Krebs
    Sonata IV D-Dur (Krebs-WV 835)

If one had to name a pupil of the great Johann Sebastian Bach, then it should be Johann Ludwig Krebs. Following in the style of the Thomas Kantor at the highest level, his organ works excel in force and are absolutely brilliant. On her new GENUIN CD, the international award-winning organist Annette Unternährer makes the Trost organ in Großengottern, Thuringia, glisten and glow so much that listening is simply a real pleasure. From the chorale miniature to the grand sonata: she stylishly and virtuosity elicits an unjustly neglected composer out from the darkness of oblivion!

MusicWeb International
“That clarity is also the effect of Annette Unternährer-Gfeller's playing, and especially her good articulation and fine registration. (…) Thomas Unternährer produces a beautiful tone on his baroque oboe and the balance between the two instruments is just right.” Review on the MusicWeb International by Johan van Veen, April 2016