Orgelwerke Des Jungen Genies. Organ – Hans Vollenweider. Photography By – Walter Zurbuchen. Producer – Peter Otto Schneider.
Johann Sebastian Bach − Hans Vollenweider - Orgelwerke 2 - Hans Vollenweider An Der Orgel Des Grossmünsters Zürich (LP). EL 16 697. Switzerland. EL 16 756. Johann Sebastian Bach, Hans Vollenweider. Johann Sebastian Bach, Hans Vollenweider - Orgelwerke, Hans Vollenweider An Der Orgel Der Reformierten Kirche Richterswil (LP).
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Cover – Klaus Hennch. Engineer – Robert Lattmann. Photography By – Klaus Hennch. Producer – Peter Schneider.
Organ – Hans Vollenweider. Recorded/Aufnahmen: April 1980 und Februar 1981 on back -Ⓟ Ⓒ 1981 Ex Libris Verlag, Zürich on back.
Johann Sebastian Bach: Orgelwerke der Jugendzeit.
Vollenweider was born in 1953 and is the son of Hans Vollenweider (1918–1993), an organist and composer, while his mother was a painter. In 1971, he married Beata, a kindergarten teacher, with whom he has two sons (Jonathan and Sebastian) and a daughter, Noëmi. When he composed the music of, and recorded, the dynamic album Dancing With The Lion in 1988 and 1989, Vollenweider opened his project, for the first time in his career, to numerous guests from a wide range of musical genres
The Swiss organist, Hans Vollenweider, was brought up in an artistic atmosphere, his father being a well known painter and publisher. He commenced his organ studies when he was 15 with Victor Schlatter and Ernst Isler. In 1936 he took his first organ post at the local church, whilst studying at the Music Academy, Zürich. Three years later he graduated from the Academy with great success and after some recital work studied with Karl Matthaei, a pupil of the great organ virtuoso Karl Straube
Hans Vollenweider (11 February 1908 – 18 October 1940) was a Swiss criminal. He was the last person to be sentenced to death by a civilian court in Switzerland and executed shortly after. Vollenweider was born in Zurich. In 1936, he committed a bank robbery and was sentenced to . years in prison. He remained incarcerated after his sentence was over, because he was considered dangerous. One day he was able to escape and after nine days he was captured on 23 June 1939.
|Orgelwerke Des Jungen Genies|
|A1||Präludium Und Fuge C-moll BWV 549|
|A2||Partite Diverse Sopra: «O Gott, Du Frommer Gott» BWV 767|
|B1||Präludium (Toccata) Und Fuge F-dur BWV 540|
|B2||«Jesus, Meine Zuversicht» BWV 728|
|B3||«Liebster Jesu, Wir Sind Hier» BWV 730|
|B4||«Liebster Jesu, Wir Sind Hier» BWV 731|
- Recorded At – Reformierte Kirche Richterswil
- Pressed By – Turicaphon AG
- Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
- Lacquer Cut By – HK*, RS*
- Organ – Hans Vollenweider
- Photography By – Walter Zurbuchen
- Producer [Produktion] – Peter Otto Schneider
- Technician [Technik] – Phonag Tonstudio, Lindau (Zürich)*
Notes-Hans Vollenweider an der Orgel der Reformierten Kirche Richterswil on back
-Recorded / Aufnahme: 30./31. Oktober 1975 on back
-Uncredited sleeve notes in German and French only on back
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society (Logo): ML
- Other: Nr. 10 654
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): EL 16756-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): EL 16756-B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): EL-16756 A Swiss Made [Crossbow logo] HK+RS
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): EL-16756 B Made in Switzerland HK+RS