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2 Chorale Fantasias - 2 Toccatas. Composed by Johann Adam Reincken. Edited by Klaus Beckmann. Arranged by Klaus Beckmann. This edition: Paperback/Soft Cover. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. 64 pages. Schott Music #ED 9783. Published by Schott Music (HL.49013099).
Composed by Johann Adam Reincken. Edited by Klaus Beckmann. Edition Breitkopf. Baroque. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB-8290. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-8290).
Urtext. Composed by Johann Adam Reincken. Edited by Pieter Dirksen. Edition Breitkopf.
Though he came from the Netherlands, Johann Adam Reincken spent his adult life working in Hamburg. Along with Dieterich Buxtehude, he was regarded as the leading authority in organ playing and organ building in the last decades of the 17th century.Baroque. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB-8715. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-8715).
Composed by Johann Adam Reincken. Edited by Klaus Beckmann. Edition Breitkopf. Baroque. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB-8289. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-8289).
Composed by Johann Adam Reincken. Edited by Grapenthin. Organ (Solo). Sheet Music. Heinrichshofen Verlag #N2468. Published by Heinrichshofen Verlag (PE.N2468).
Organ, klavarskribo notation
Composed by Johann Adam Reincken. Sacred. Book Only. Klavarskribo #KVS26277. Published by Klavarskribo (BT.KVS26277).
- Hortus musicus (Hamburg, 1687) — 6 sonatas for 2 violins, viola da gamba, and basso continuo
- 8 Suites (keyboard)
- 3 sets of variations (keyboard)
- Toccata in G (keyboard)
- 2 large Chorale settings (fantasias) (organ)
(Contribution by Mr. Sardonicus.)
Recent research on the birth date and place of Reincken seems to suggest that he was actually born in Deventer, The Netherlands, where he was baptized on 10 December 1643 (see the Wikipedia article), contradictin Mattheson’s claim he was born on 27 April 1623, in Wilshausen, Germany.
Reincken then returned to Deventer in 1657, where he was to become organist in the “Bergkerk”. A year later he again moved to Hamburg to become Scheidemann’s assistant. Reincken then succeeded him in 1663, and stayed in function till his death.