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AE10144 Popma van Oevering, Reijnold Suittes voor't Clavier

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Audio sample Ouverture V Ouverture V

Audio sample Allemanda V Allemanda V

Audio sample Corrente IV Corrente IV

Audio sample Allemanda III Allemanda III

Audio sample Gavotta III Gavotta III

Audio sample Giga VI Giga VI

Popma van Oevering, Reijnold (1692-1781)

Suittes voor't Clavier

Complete works

Bob van Asperen (Harpsichord)
Bob van Asperen (Organ)
Bob van Asperen (Carillon)

Christiaan Müller organ, Grote of Jacobijnerkerk, Leeuwarden
Carillon, Stadhuis Roermond (Royal Eijsbouts Bell Foundry)

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Suite I G minor
Suite II G major
Suite III G minor
Suite IV C major
Suite V G major
Suite VI A major
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Playing time: 1:14 (h:m)
Booklet: 36p., English German French Dutch Frisian (Frysk)
Order Nr. AE 10144
EAN 4026798101442
Product category: CD
Release date: 01/05/2017


World Premiere: First complete recording of the preserved works of R. Popma van Oevering! The highly talented young composer from Leeuwarden in the Dutch province of Friesland presented his opus 1 in around 1710. It was immediately published in Amsterdam and, as a result, its fame spread even to the circle around Bach. It can even be assumed that Bach let himself be inspired by these six “English” suites.

Under the fingers of grand master Bob van Asperen – who is heard here on harpsichord and also on the famous large Christiaan Müller organ (forerunner of the Müller organ of St. Bavo, Haarlem) that organist Popma van Oevering himself procured for “his” Grote Jacobijnerkerk in Leeuwarden – this becomes the most wonderful music: a real discovery and a must for aficionados of exquisite harpsichord and organ sounds!

Popma van Oevering lived to a ripe old age, but amazingly did not leave any further works – with one exception: a little piece for carillon, which is likewise to be heard on this complete recording.