Johann Sebastian Bach
Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in d-moll (ca. 1723?)
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Recorded: 1945, 25 February, Victor Studio 1, New York City.
Recorded live at Carnegie Hall, New York (USA), November 18, 1946.
Recorded at Saint-Alphonse-de-Rodriguez Church, Montréal (Québec), Canada, 1992.
Recording: Maria Minor, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 20.IV, 8-9.VII.1999.
Recorded: April 24-26, 2015, Belgium.
Recorded at St. Paul`s School, Hammersmith, England, August 2000.
Recorded at St. Martin`s Church, East Woodhay, Hampshire, England, July & October 2000.
Recorded at Fenton House, Hampstead, England, July 1987 - April 1988.
Recorded at Beethovensaal, Hannover (Germany), November 1957.
Also known as ILZE GRAUBIN (1941-2001). Unknown recording date and location.
Recorded: November 1997, Holland.
Recorded in the Beethovensaal, Hanover, Germany, on 3–5 January 1994
BBC Legends. June 5, 1969, London.
September 24-25, 1959, Paris.
Recorded at No. 3 Studio, Abbey Road, London (England), 1951. MONO.
Recorded at Salle Bulgaria, Sophia, Bulgaria, 1994.
Recorded at Gardner Museum, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, August 2003.
Recorded at Church Of Saint-Hippolyte, Castres, France, September 1990.
Recorded at Clara Wieck Auditorium, Heidelberg, Germany, November 1991.
October 18-20, 1965, Paris.
Recorded at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston (USA), January 4, 2011.
Recorded in 1989, Munich.
David Schrader - harpsichord. Recorded: June 1994, Chicago.
Recorded December 13, 1949, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
July 29-31, 2005, Slovakia.
1988, Katolische Kirche in Seewen, Switzerland
1998, Kobe Shoin Women`s University, Japan
70s. His own made clavichord.
Recorded: September 2003, Belgium.
Recorded live in the Great Hall of the Philharmonic, St. Petersburg (Russia), July 5, 1995.
April 1995, Colmar, France.
instrument: Joris Potvlieghe, 2009
Recorded in Wörthsee, Bavaria, Germany, January 2007.