Contents: Concert II in A major -- Concerto IV in G minor -- Concerto V in D major -- Concerto X in G major -- Concerto XI in E minor -- Concerto XII in G major. With a preface in German and English. These pieces come from Muffat's Ausserlesene Instrumental-Music of 1701. Reprint edition.
With a preface in English and German. This volume contains two collections of dances by Muffat. The first was composed in Salzburg and first published in 1695. The second was composed in Passau and published in 1698. Reprinted from a previous edition originally published by Doblinger.
Two collections of instrumental works by Muffat, dating from 1682 and 1701, respectively. With a preface in English and German. Reprinted from the edition by Erich Schenk, printed in Volume 89 of Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich (1953).
An examination of the life and work of the 18th century composer Muffat, who specialized in keyboard music. The book features a thematic catalog of his works. With a preface, source notes, bibliography, and indices.
This disc features music composed at the Viennese court by Georg and Gottlieb Muffat. Kogert plays the Sieber Organ of the Michaelkirche in Vienna.
Toccatas, canzonas and more by three composers of the court in Vienna. Joseph plays the Freundt Organ of the Stiftskirche Klosterneuburg.
Texts from Muffat's treatises: Florilegium Primum; Florilegium Secundum; and Auserlesene Instrumentalmusik. With a preface, sources, biographical sketch, commentary, and bibliography.
Contains selections by Buxtehude, Cabezon, Frescobaldi, Froberger, Kerll and Muffat.
A collection of 50 pieces by Muffat. Performed by Ensemble Salzburg Baroque. Hybrid SACD.
This two-disc set presents a complete recording of Muffat's collection of music for organ.
Contains eight selections by Georg Muffat, Pachelbel, Samuel Scheidt, Delphin Strungk, Johann G. Walther.
Jean-Francois Vaucher, organ. Music of Clerambault, Muffat, Mendelssohn, Widor, and Vierne.
The Consortium Musicum Passau performs music by Lederer, Marini, Regler, Muffat, Mazak, Lehner, and others.
Cera performs organ music by Frescobaldi, Pasquini, Zipoli, Vivaldi, Muffat, Buxtehude, and Bach.
Performed by Ensemble Masques. Also includes works by Muffat, Kerll, and Pachelbel.
Schnur plays music by Muffat, Daquin, Stanley, Bach, Krebs, Franck, and Mendelssohn.
Staier performs music from the French baroque, by Froberger, d'Anglebert, Fischer, Couperin, Clerembault, and Muffat.
The music on this recording was only recently discovered, and constitutes all the known keyboard music by Muffat.
A collection of toccatas and fugues for organ by Muffat. This facsimile of the original edition is based on a copy held by a private collector.
This volume contains the adaptations of Handel's fugues by Gottlieb Muffat, created in 1736. Handel and Muffat never met, but admired each other and borrowed each other's music frequently. With an introduction and facsimile plates.
Includes music by Mattheson, Telemann, Bach, Handel, Muffat, Arne, Rameau, Dandrieu, Scarlatti, Pergolesi and more. Reprint edition.