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Ewald Kooiman - (Bespeeld Historische) Orgels In Friesland FLAC album


Performer: Ewald Kooiman
Genre: Audio recording / Classical music
Title: (Bespeeld Historische) Orgels In Friesland
Released: 1977
Style: Religious
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Ewald Kooiman was in great demand for many years as a teacher of the Classical French Music and of . Bach; he participated at many important organ festivals and has made some 60 recordings. On LP he recorded the complete . Bach Organ Works on historical organs in Holland, Germany, France and Switzerland. In 1997 he finished his second recording of the . Bach Organ Works, also on historical organs in Holland and in Germany.

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Kooiman was internationally recognized as a specialist in historically informed performance, particularly with regard to the organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach. Kooiman died of a cardiac arrest during a holiday trip to Egypt on January 25, 2009. Kooiman taught organ at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, as well as at the International Summer Academy for Organists in Haarlem, with a particular emphasis on the performance of . Jos van der Kooy and Christine Kamp are among his students. As a visiting professor, he taught at various universities in Europe, South Africa and Korea.

Ewald Christian von Kleist (March 7, 1715 – August 24, 1759) was a German poet and cavalry officer. His vast family was well-established in Farther Pomerania; 58 male members of his family fought in Frederick the Great's army of the Seven Years' War. Kleist was born at Zeblin, near Köslin (Koszalin) in Farther Pomerania, to the von Kleist family of cavalry leaders.

Ewald Kooiman (June 14, 1938 in Wormer, North Holland – January 25, 2009 in Hurghada), was a Dutch organist. He studied organ in Amsterdam with Piet Kee and with Jean Langlais in Paris. He recorded the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach twice on contemporary organs on LP and CD. A third recording cycle on Silbermann organs in Alsace, which Kooiman had started in April 2008 for the German label Aeolus was only partly completed at the time of his unexpected death.

Vanochtend een korte reportage gemaakt met opnames in de mooie Waalse kerk in Leeuwarden over 'The Action for Passion' met IJda Blüm, vertegenwoordiger van de Remonstrantse Gemeente Leeuwarden, scholieren van ROC Friese Poort, een studente en begeleider vanuit de NHL en Caroline Doelman van Solidair Friesland. Aan het eind van de twintigste eeuw was het instrument zo in verval dat het niet meer kon worden bespeeld.

He recorded the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach twice on contemporary organs on LP and CD A third recording cycle on Silbermann organs in Alsace, which Kooiman had started in April 2008 for the German label Aeolus was only partly completed at the time of his unexpected death.

Tracklist

A1 Gavotte, Menuet-Rondeau, Giga
A2 Voluntary in C Gr.
A3 Aria 8
A4 Nun Danket Alle Gott
A5 Herr Jesu Christ, Dich Zu Uns Wend'
B1 Nun Lob Main Seel Den Herrn
B2 Voluntary In G Gr.
B3 Lobt Gott, Ihr Christen, Allzugleich
B4 Auf Meinem Lieben Gott
B5 Variaties Over "Ich Ruf Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ"

Notes

Ewald Kooiman Bespeeld Historische Orgels In Friesland - Van Dam-Orgels Langweer en Oldeboorn.
P&C: Stichting kerk en muziek Kampen