Marked "Mit innigem Ausdruck" (with intimate expression) , these beautiful melodies intertwine on the Hoofdwerk with admittedly piano-like repeated
chords on the Zwelwerk and a series of organ points and root position bass notes similar to the first canon. Rather than fuss with registration
changes every measure or so, the Phantom Organist chose three terraced dynamic levels based on ritards indicated in the Henle Urtext (original text)
score, with a few subtle changes in expression near the end.
Vermeulen Brothers Organ at Congregation "Vloedschuur," Heteren, Holland (1959) -
Samples by Hauptwerk.nl
- Canon 2, Op. 56
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