記念碑的オルガンによる バロック・オルガン名曲集


ALCD-1183 税抜価格2,800円 2019/03/07発売<br> JAN 4530835 112372廣野嗣雄(オルガン)

音楽現代 推薦盤

[1] D.ブクステフーデ:前奏曲 嬰へ短調
[2] H.シャイデマン:「憐れみたまえ、おお主なる神よ」
[3] J.P.スウェーリンク:「緑の菩提樹の下で」
[4] D.ブクステフーデ:「アダムの堕落により すべて朽ち果てぬ」
 [5] オルガン作品(ピエス・ドルグ)ト長調 BWV 572
 [6] 「おお、神の仔羊、罪もなしに」 BWV 656
 [7] フーガ ニ短調 BWV 539/2
 [8] 「バビロンの流れのほとりにて」 BWV 653
 [9]-[10] 前奏曲とフーガ 変ホ長調 BWV 552

日本聖公会 聖パウロ教会 2018年5月10-11日


廣野嗣雄(オルガン)Tsuguo Hirono, organ


[1] Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707): Praeludium in fis BuxWV 146
[2] Heinrich Scheidemann (c.1595-1663): Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott
[3] Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621): Unter der Linden grune
[4] Dietrich Buxtehude: Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt BuxWV 183
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
 [5] Pièce d’Orgue in G BWV 572
 [6] O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig BWV 656
 [7] Fuga in d BWV 539/2
 [8] An Wasserflüssen Babylon BWV 653
 [9]-[10] Praeludiun et Fuga in Es BWV 552

Recording Location: St. Paul’s Church Tokyo, 10-11 May 2018

Tsuguo Hirono, organ
After graduating in organ studies at the Tokyo University of the Arts, Tsuguo Hirono studied organ, improvization and choral conducting at the Hochschule für Kirchenmusik der Evangelischen Kirche von Westfalen from 1966 to 1969 and became a qualified church musician (cantor). In addition to a prolific concert career, his performances are broadcast by NHK and other channels. He has performed with several Japanese orchestras and is well known as a Baroque continuo player. He has given highly acclaimed concerts in Germany, France, Italy, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Korea, and has served on the juries of international organ competitions in Musashino City, Toulouse and Dallas. He studied the organ with Michio Akimoto and Reiko Shimada, harmony and counterpoint with Tomojiro Ikenouchi, in Germany he studied the organ with Arno Schönstedt, improvization with Peter Isenburger, and choral conducting with Wilhelm Ehmann. He was given a great deal of advice on German baroque music by Harald Vogel, and on French musical style and performance technique by Michel Chapuis. He won the National Arts Festival Excellence Prize in 1975 for his premiere performance of “Dimorphism for Organ and Orchestra” by Shin’ichiro Ikebe. He taught at Ueno Gakuen University, Soai University, the Osaka College of Music and Tokyo University of the Arts. He is an honorary professor at Tokyo University of the Arts and the director of the Institute of Christian Music.