Johann Sebastian Bach:

The Well-Tempered Clavier I


New double CD:


For the first time, the Well-Tempered Clavier I is combined with the sound of an authentic organ in a recording.


The manuscript of the "Well-Tempered Clavier I" bears the year 1722 - and is thus celebrating its 300th anniversary.


The wonderful Brandenstein organ in Obereisenheim was built just one year earlier: in 1721.

The Brandenstein organ from 1721 in Obereisenheim is one of the most beautiful baroque organs in southern Germany.

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Jan Doležel focuses on interpretations of entire cycles and significant compositions.

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Here you can read or download the complete booklet text at any time. By the way - the text is written by the interpreter himself.
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Listen to the recording and buy it on CD or download.

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An interview about the music label.

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In progress: The entire organ works by Heinrich Kaminski.

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The Well Tempered Clavier I

Audio Samples

Prelude C Major

Fugue A-flat Major

Fugue E Major

Prelude B-flat Major

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A traditional double CD in elegant packaging
with a 28-page booklet.

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