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Concert No. 5 
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Featured Instrument
The virtual Gottfried Silbermann organ of Großhartmannsdorf (1741) - Samples by PipeLoops

Collections 
J. S. Bach German Organ Mass using samples from nine organs
J. S. Bach Neumeister Chorales (revised alternate versions) and
J. S. Bach Leipzig Chorales using the Grace Lutheran Casavant and Alternate Samplesets
Bach (or Tobias Krebs): Short Preludes and Fugues subtly registered for Buzard Opus 3 and Hinsz-Leens
Six Sonatas of Adriano Banchieri using samples from Antegnati organ in St. Carlo, Brescia, Italia (16th-17th C.)
Brahms Organ Page using samples from nineteen organs
J. J. Froberger Canzonas featuring University of Illinois Buzard Opus Three
De Grigny Premier Livre d'Orgue using samples from various organs
Eugène Gigout Ten Pieces for Organ using samples from various organs
Eugène Gigout Twelve Pieces for Organ using samples from various organs
J. Pachelbel Fugues on Magnificat using samples from five organs and 1 harpsichord (HW 2 or 3)
Purcell Harpsichord Suites
Max Reger: 30 Chorale Preludes, Op. 135a
52 Chorale Preludes, Op. 67
   Book 1   Book 2   Book 3
Twelve Organ Works, Opus 59
Robert Schumann: Works for Organ or Pedalpiano using samples from Engelfried organ
John Stanley Voluntaries, Opus 5 using nine organ samplesets
J. P. Sweelinck Echo Fantasias using virtual organ set from 1766 Schmidt organ in Peruc, Czech Republic
Jean Titelouze: Eight Magnificats using eight different samplesets
Louis Vierne 24 Pieces in Free Style Book 1 Book 2 using samples from Cavaillé-Coll organ
Domenico Zipoli Intavolatura per Organo e Cimbalo, Roma 1716 using samples from various organs and harpsichords
 

(Virtual Performances created by James Pressler)
[Updated 01/19/2014 6:35 A.M. PST]