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Koopman's first international prizes -- a pair of Prix d'Excellence -- came for his performances on organ and harpsichord. Much of his recorded work has been with the period instrument ensemble the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, which he founded in Together, Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque have produced scores of recordings; Biber, Charpentier, Handel, Mozart, Purcell, and Vivaldi have been featured, though Koopman is best known now for his massive projects with recording the music of J.
Between and he conducted and recorded the entire corpus of Bach's cantatas; other projects have included the complete Bach organ works and Passions including Koopman's own reconstruction of the lost Markuspassion.
Puer Nobis Nascitur - Christmas Carols by Ton Koopman on Apple Music
In , he formed Antoine Marchand Records, his own label. That same year, he was also admitted into the Order of the Netherlands Lion. Koopman became artist-in-residence with the Cleveland Orchestra in , while continuing to be a professor at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague.
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Koopman maintains an incredibly active schedule as guest conductor, in addition to his publishing career. By Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck. Adam Fut un Pauvre Homme. Tiento Sobra la Letania de la Virgen. This quality constantly recurs in the polyphonic music that composers and church musicians of great fame and reputation have written for Christmas over the centuries. This is true above all in the Christmas music written for organ - the church music instrument par excellence.
The selection here presented covers a period of two and a half centuries, from Sweelinck and John Bull to Johann Sebastian Bach and perfectly fits the instrument. The Van Peteghem Organ in Haringe Flanders was built in and has, uniquely, been preserved intact as a rococo instrument.
It is the climax of organ-building artistry of the Van Peteghem family, who enriched the Flemish organ scene with the best instruments of their kind and era. The Haringe organ is undoubtedly the best-preserved instrument from that period.
It has never been rebuilt and its registers were never modernised in accordance with the prevailing tastes of intervening periods. Moreover, it has a wide- ranging and extremely varied disposition. The combination of all these elements makes this organ unique among Flemish historical organs, a fact that is recognised and appreciated by organists and organ lovers throughout the world.
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Between and the organ was restored by J. Potvlieghe under the supervision of the Belgian Department for Conservation. Ton Koopman studied organ Simon C.
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Jansen , harpsichord Gustav Leonhardt and musicology in Amsterdam and was awarded the Prix d'Excellence for both instruments. He is president of the International Dieterich Buxtehude Society. To access the lyrics, please click on Jesous Ahatonhia. November 29, at 7: I learned this carol as a child. My mother was most proud of its French-Canadian lineage. Its melody and sentiments bring me right back to Christmastide in a more innocent time both for me and the world.
November 30, at 7: They did not push them around.
Noel: "Une Vierge Pucelle" (Christmas Carol) Sheet Music by Nicolas Antoine Le Bègue
They learned their culture. God became the Great Manitou. November 24, at 7: I have never really considered this carol before. Must take a closer look!
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November 25, at 7: Kate, I did not learn it as a child, but much later. Canadian singer Alan Mills made a particularly fine recording of it, which is again available. What these missionaries did is impressive. God became the great Manitou!