Written for consort of four recorders and I suspect Viol de Gambe, transcribed for organ here with the Cantus on the Hauptwerk, Altus, Quintus and
Tenor on the Rückpositiv, and Bassus on the Pedal division. There are three sections, each repeated on a total of six registrations. Sec. 1: HW P8 +
O4 + Q3 + S2, RP C8 + C4 + P2, PD S16 + OB8 + CB4 (repeat) HW G8 + O4 + Q3, RP C8 + Q4, PD S16 + OB8; Sec. 2: HW P8 + O4 + N3, RP C8 + C4 + Q2, PD OB8
(repeat) HW G8 + S8 + Q3, RP C8 + C4, PD OB8; Sec. 3: HW G8 + O4 + Q3 + Cym, RP C8 + Q4 + O1, PD S16 + OB8 (repeat) G8 + O4 + Q3 + S2 + Mix + Cym, RP
C8 + Q4 + P2 + Q2 + O1, PD S16 + OB8 + CB4.
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Thanks are due to Alain Naigeon for providing the PDF score.
Renaissance Organ (ca. 1587) in gothic church in Smecno, Czech Republic -
Samples by Jiri Zurek
Audio track was created with Hauptwerk v. 1 software
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