Organ relation

El Arte de Tañer / Kunsten at røre

    1. Pavana con su glosa – Spanish, XVI cent., Antonio de Cabezón
      Recorded as a duo between the Francisco Salinas organ and the Capilla Dorada organ, both Historic Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
    2. Ya no quiero tener fe – Spanish, XVI cent., Juan del Encina
      Recorded at the Capilla Dorada organ, Historic Cathedral of Salamanca
    3. El aire se serena – Spanish poem XVI cent., Fray Luis de León
      Recorded at the Historic Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
    4. Claúsula de cuarto tono – Spanish, XVI cent., Tomás de Santa María
      Recorded at the Francisco Salinas organ, Historic Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
    5. No me digays Madre – Spanish, XVI cent., Francisco Salinas
      Recorded as a duo between the Francisco Salinas organ and the Capilla Dorada organ, both Historic Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
    6. Prelude du cinqueme ton – French XVII cent., Guilliaume-Gabriel Nivers
      Recorded at the renaissance organ at Sønderborg Slot, Denmark
    7. Rind nu op i Jesu navn – Spanish, XVI cent., Anon.
      Recorded at the renaissance organ at Sønderborg Slot, Denmark
    8. Haec Dies – French, XIII cent., Magister Leoninus
      Recorded at the Capilla Dorada organ, Historic Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
    9. Claúsula de sexto tono – Spanish, XVI cent., Tomás de Santa María
      Recorded at the renaissance organ at Sønderborg Slot, Denmark
    10. No me digays Madre, baile
      Recorded on Castillian pipe and tabor at Thomas Kingos Kirke, Denmark
    11. Salve Regina – German, XV cent., Anon.
      Recorded at the renaissance organ at Sønderborg Slot, Denmark
    12. Suite Pastoral, Flemish, XVI cent. Tielmann Susato
      Recorded at the renaissance organ at Sønderborg Slot, Denmark
    13. Claúsula de segundo tono – Spanish, XVI cent., Tomás de Santa María
      Recorded at the Capilla Dorada organ, Historic Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
    14. Taksim, Romance
      Recorded on a ney flute at Thomas Kingos Kirke, Denmark
    15. Para quien creí yo cabellos – Spanish, XVI cent., Antonio de Cabezón
      Recorded at the Francisco Salinas organ, Historic Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain
    16. Duuinsela – Spanish, XVI cent., Antonio Cabezón
      Recorded at the renaissance organ at Sønderborg Slot, Denmark
    17. Mortal tristura – Spanish, XVI cent., Juan del Encina
      Recorded at the Francisco Salinas organ, Historic Cathedral of Salamanca
    18. Todo el mundo en general – Spanish, XVII cent., Francisco Correa de Arauxo
      Recorded at the renaissance organ at Sønderborg Slot, Denmark

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