The 1794 Giovanni Bruna Organ of Magnano

Music of Paumann, Aguilera de Heredia, Araújo, Chaumont, A. Scarlatti, and Cimarosa

Bernard Brauchli, organist

Recording Engineer: Ralph Dopmeyer
Design: Mary McCarthy
Cover photograph: B. Brauchli
Total playing time: 66:29


  • Anonymous: Estampies (from the Robertsbridge Codex, British Museum add. 28550)
  • Conrad Paumann: Mit ganczem Willen wünsch ich dir
  • Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia
    • Salve de 1er tono por Delasolre
    • Obra de 8o tono alto: Ensalada
  • Pedro de Araújo: Batalha de sexto tom
  • Lambert Chaumont: Pièces d'Orgue sur les Huits Tons: Deuxième Ton
  • Alessandro Scarlatti: Toccata in Sol Maggiore
  • Domenico Cimarosa: Sinfonia per Organo (from the opera "Gli Orazi ed i Curiazi")

About the Performer

Bernard Brauchli, who is on the Faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music and music director of the Cambridge Society for Early Music, is widely known in the field of early keyboard music through his many concerts, recordings, and research, most notably on the clavichord. Mr. Brauchli's work in this latter field ranks him as one of the leading exponents today in the revival of that instrument.

His musical studies have taken place at the Institut de Ribaupierre in Lausanne, the Music Academy in Vienna, and the New England Conservatory where he obtained a degree in musicology. He has worked and studied under Luigi-Ferdinando Tagliavini and the eminent hispanist Macario Santiago Kastner, with whom Mr. Brauchli specialized in early Iberian keyboard music.

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