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J. S. Bach Jesus Joy of Man's Desiring [BWV 147] Jesus bleibet...Willem van Twillert Bolsward [NL]

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Published on Mar 3, 2011

Johann Sebastian Bach Jesus Joy of Man's Desiring / Jesus bleibet meine Freude / Jesus alegria dos homens [BWV 147] Willem van Twillert Hinsz-Van Dam-organ Bolsward [NL] Arr. for organ: Maurice Duruflé.

Would you hear and see the same organist playing Bach, Toccata and Fugue in d [BWV565] NABER-organ, amerfoort:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76ElC...
PLAYIST, Bach played by WvT: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...
Video and editing : Studio Logtenberg, Assen
Stop assistant: Antoinette Mooij
Tuning Reeds: Dirk Molenaar
Production: Foundation Organ Projects
Sheetmusic: Edited by: Éditions Musicales Alphonse Leduc, Paris.
Title: "Réjouis-toi mon âme" (werde munter, mein Gemüthe) ou "Jésus, que ma joie demeure" extrait de la cantate no. 147 Transcription pour Orgue par Maurice Duruflé
Watch also WvT playing the same composition at Leens:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMSSx...

Label: IMPROVISATA / LITERATA Foundation Promotion Orgel Projects St. P.O.P. [Holland]
http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willem_v...
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willem_v... [Auf Deutsch; German Text]
Camera, Wim Stroman IMPROVISATA II
This is a video you can see me playing Handel, Arrival of the Quen of Sheba, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EI3so...
Editing, René Kouwen:
Audio: P&B SOUND HARDERWIJK (NL)
Willem van Twillert (1952) studied organ at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam with Piet Kee as his Organ professor, with whom he also studied improvisation and composition. In 1975 he began 3 years of orchestral conducting studies with Anton Kersjes. In 1976 he obtained the diploma for Church Music and in 1978 the diploma of Performing Musician cum laude, with a teaching-endorsement for improvisation. A scholarship afforded him the opportunity to specialise in old music between 1978 and 1981, including studies with Gustav Leonhardt.
In 1976, van Twillert was the first Dutch organist to reach the final of the Grand Prix de Chartres in France.

As an organist he has become a well-known performing musician both at home and abroad, thanks mainly to his concerts in the Netherlands, as well as in the U.S.A., Italy, Germany and England

As a composer he won the second prize and the audience prize at the Hinsz Composition Com-petiton 2005 at the Bovenkerk in Kampen, with his Toccata a la Chaconne for Organ. http://www.hinszconcours.nl/ In October 2006, van Twillert performed the British premiere of the work, at the Annual Festival of New Organ Music in London. The performance is available for download at www.afnom.org.
In january 2007 Van Twillert obtained the Prize of Honour in the Polish composer competion at Mikolów 2007 with his Sequence for Choir and Organ. See: www.mdm.mikolow.um.gov.pl/konkursn.htm
In Germany his Toccata ‚Thine be the Glory in Romantic Style, is published by. Butz-music publishers. Email@butz-verlag.de
In 2008 he received for his organ composition Par le Temps the PRIX GASTON LITAIZE during the festival du Comminges in France. www.festival-du-comminges.com

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