Apparatus Musico‐organisticus

Muffat: Complete Apparatus Musico‐Organisticus / Adriano Falcioni (2013)

Muffat: Complete Apparatus Musico‐Organisticus / Adriano Falcioni (2013)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 2 CDs | Full Scans | 549 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics | Catalog Number: 94493

Georg Muffat (1653‐1704) was a cosmopolitan artist. In a time when no work permits were needed he travelled Europe and worked in Strassbourg, Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Rome and ultimately in Salzburg, at the court of the Archbishop. Like a musical sponge he absorbed every current style of his time in his music, which contains Italian melodiousness, French ornamentations and Germany’s severe structures and counterpoint. He published a volume of organ works which became immensely popular among musicians, containing a series of Toccatas, Ciaconas and Passacaglias, works of the highest technical order: the Apparatus Musico‐organisticus, a survey of all instrumental and compositional tricks and accomplishments of the time.