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Kei Koito performs using historically important organs in all her recordings.

« Splendour »
Golden Age of North German Organ Music & Vocal Works


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Hans Scherer Organ (1624), St. Stephanskirche, Tangermünde (Germany)
Restored by Alexander Schuke, Potsdam (1994)

 

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi – Sony Music 88985437672

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Baroque Organ Concertos
Works by Haendel, Vivaldi, Telemann, Albinoni and Torelli


Arp Schnitger Organ (1702), Der Aa-kerk, Groningen (Netherlands)
Restored by Gebr. Reil (2011)

 

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi – Sony Music 88875163622

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Organ Music before Bach
Works by Pachelbel, Froberger, Georg Muffat, Kerll, Fischer


Johann Jakob Hör Organ (1736), Pfarrkirche St. Katharina (formerly Stiftskirche),
Wolfegg (Germany)
Restored by Hermann Weber (2008)

 

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi – Sony Music 8843040912

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French Organ Masters, 8 CDs
From Louis XIII to Louis-Philippe


From Titelouze to Boëly
played by Kei Koito and some other organists

Organs of: Saint-Michel en Thiérache (1714), Souvigny (1783), Sarlat (1752), Saint-Maximin (1774), Poitiers (1791), Cintegabelle (1741), Bordeaux/Sainte-Croix (1748), Dole (1754–1856), Toulouse/La Daurade (1862–64)

Collection "Tempéraments", TEM 316045/52
Radio France/Harmonia Mundi, 2014

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Bach, Organ Masterworks – vol. 5


World Premiere Recording on Franciscus Volckland Organ (1732–37) at Cruciskirche,
Erfurt (Germany)

Claves Records CD 50–1503, www.claves.ch, 2014

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Bach, Organ Masterworks – vol. 4


Schnitger organ (1692) of the Martinikerk, Groningen (Netherlands)

Claves Records CD 50–1314, www.claves.ch, 2013

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Bach, Organ Masterworks – vol. 3


Christian Müller organ (1738) of St. Bavokerk, Haarlem (Netherlands)

Claves Records CD 50–1107, www.claves.ch, 2011/2012

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Bach, Organ Masterworks – vol. 2


G. Silbermann organ (1755) of the Cathedral / Hofkirche, Dresden (Germany)

Claves Records CD 50–1008, www.claves.ch, 2009/2010

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Bach, Organ Masterworks – vol. 1


Schnitger organ (1692) of the Martinikerk, Groningen (Netherlands)

Claves Records CD 50–2908, www.claves.ch, 2009

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Bach, The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080


Part 1

7 contrapunctus & 3 canons.
Dom Bedos organ (1748) Sainte Croix, Bordeaux (France).

Collection "Tempéraments", TEM 316016, Radio France (France Musique) / Harmonia Mundi, 1998/1999

Part 2

9 contrapunctus & 1 canon (contrapunctus 12 & 13 with Kenneth Weiss)
Dom Bedos organ (1748) Sainte Croix, Bordeaux (France).

Collection "Tempéraments", TEM 316017, Radio France (France Musique) / Harmonia Mundi, 1998/1999

Bach, Clavier-Übung III


Organ Mass, part 1

Praeludium in Es, BWV 552/1, Chorals, BWV 669–681
With alternated chorals. Soloists: Agnès Mellon, Andreas Scholl, Gerd Türk, Ulrich Messthaler, conducted by Dominique Vellard.
Hinsz organ, Bovenkerk (1741), Kampen (Netherlands).

Harmonic Records H/CD 9352, Paris / France, 1993/2001
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Organ Mass, part 2

Chorals, BWV 682–689, 4 Duets, BWV 802–805, Fugue in Es, BWV 552/2
With alternated chorals. Soloists: Agnès Mellon, Andreas Scholl, Gerd Türk, Ulrich Messthaler, conducted by Dominique Vellard.
Hinsz organ, Bovenkerk (1741), Kampen / (Netherlands).

Harmonic Records H/CD 9353, Paris / France, 1993/2001
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Bach, 6 Trio Sonatas, BWV 525–530 (18 movements)


Schnitger organ (1692), Martinikerk, Groningen (Netherlands).

Harmonic Records H/CD 8828, Paris / France, 1989/1990
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Bach, 5 Concertos & Canonic Variations (after Vivaldi & Ernst),
BWV 592–596 (14 movements) and BWV 769

Schnitger organ (1692), Martinikerk, Groningen (Netherlands).

Harmonic Records H/CD 8829, Paris / France, 1989/1990
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« Buxtehude &… »


Part 1

D. Buxtehude’s anthology: BuxWV 137, 148, 149, 150, 160, 161, 168, 173, 181, 196, 197, 199, 207, 211, 212, 217, 224, 235.
Hamburg / Germany (St. Jacobi – Schnitger organ, 1693), Groningen / Netherlands (Martinikerk – Schnitger organ, 1692)
Claves Records 50–2704, www.claves.ch, 2007/2008.

Part 2

D. Buxtehude’s anthology: BuxWV 76/1, 76/2, 139, 145, 151, 159, 185, 218, 220, 221, 255 & M. Radeck.
Roskilde / Denmark (Mülish-Botz organ, 1655), Payerne / Switzerland (Grob organ, 1784), Hamburg / Germany (St. Jacobi – Schnitger organ, 1693)
Claves Records 50–2705, www.claves.ch, 2007/2008.

Part 3

Magnificat of Buxtehude, BuxWV 202, 203, 204, 205, & Delphin Strunck, Jakob Praetorius, Hieronymus Praetorius III, Heinrich Scheidemann, Matthias Weckmann, Franz Tunder, J.S. Bach.
Hamburg/Germany (St. Jacobi – Schnitger organ, 1693), Tangermünde/Germany (St. Stephan – H. Scherer the younger organ, 1624)
Claves Records 50–2706, www.claves.ch, 2007/2008.

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Guillaume–Gabriel NIVERS


Livres d’orgue: Messe, Magnificat, Suite du 3e ton, Graduel, Motet

Providing the plainsong alternatim with the Vocal Ensemble Gilles Binchois.
Boizard organ, 1714, Abbaye de Saint-Michel-en-Thiérache/France.
Collection "Tempéraments", TEM 316033.
Radio France (France Musique) / Harmonia Mundi, 2006/2007.

Guillaume–Gabriel NIVERS

Livres d’orgue: Te Deum, Hymne: A Soli hortus, Suite du 1er ton, Suite  du  2e  ton, Motets

Providing the plainsong alternatim with the Vocal Ensemble Gilles Binchois.
Boizard organ, 1714, Abbaye de Saint-Michel-en-Thiérache/France
Collection "Tempéraments", TEM 316034.
Radio France (France Musique) / Harmonia  Mundi, 2006/2007

Baroque Organ Music: Other Recordings


The wellknown French television channel TF1, recorded a recital entitled "Splendeurs de la musique préclassique et classique française": F. Couperin, Grigny, Titelouze, Guilain, Marchand, Dandrieu, during the Festival of Sablé (Levasseur organ, 1640, La Flèche/France).

Kei Koito has also made numerous international broadcast recordings for her 'live' concerts playing on Renaissance, Baroque, Romantic and modern instruments, among others; Sweelinck, P. Cornet, Cabezón, Correa de Arauxo, Bruna, G. Cavazzoni, G. & A. Gabrieli, Trabaci, Frescobaldi, W. Byrd, J. Bull, P. Philips, O. Gibbons, J. Blow, H. Purcell, H.L. Hassler, Froberger, Kerll, Muffat, Fischer, Pachelbel, Scheidt, Böhm, Buxtehude, Bruhns, Walther, J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Schumann, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Liszt, Hindemith, Saint-Saëns, Widor, Vierne, Duruflé, and contemporary music.