Cabanilles, Joan
Selected Works for Organ
Volume I
Edition no.
BA 11228
Volume / Series
Ripoll, Miguel Bernal / Doderer, Gerhard
Language(s) of text
German, English, Spanish
Product format
Performance score(s), Anthology, Urtext edition
Pages / Format
XXVIII, 74 S. - 24,0 x 30,5 cm
Although quite some time has passed since the multifaceted organ music from Spain's Golden Age could be called an “insider's tip”, it had yet to attain popularity with any wide audience outside the countries of the Iberian Peninsula. The three-volume original text edition of selected works by Joan Cabanilles, the cathedral organist from Valencia, now has every chance of becoming a milestone in its own right. The Iberian organ tradition of the 17th century appears to have reached its climax in his tientos, diferencias and versos. In the first two volumes, the editors Gerhard Doderer and Miguel Bernal Ripoll present a total of 22 of his most appealing and most significant tientos.

- Original text edition based on the latest research findings
- Preface by the editors (in German, English and Spanish)
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Press reviews
“This is an excellent resource for organists interested in exploring this satisfying repertoire.”
(Brian E. Harlow, Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians, 1/2018)

„The editors are to be highly commended for their hard work in presenting these 22 Tientos, a cornucopia of different compositional styles within each genre. “
(John Collins, The Consort, Summer 2018, Vol. 74.)
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