The First Printed Organ Music

The First Printed Organ Music
Arnolt Schlick
Kimberly Marshall
Loft Recordings 1124


  1. Schlick: Salve regina
  2. Chant: Salve regina - Vita, dulcedo
  3. Schlick: Salve regina - Ad te clamamus
  4. Chant: Salve regina - Ad te suspiramus
  5. Schlick: Salve regina - Eia ergo, advocata
  6. Chant: Salve regina - Et Jesum benedicum
  7. Schlick: Salve regina - O pia, O Clemens
  8. Chant: Salve regina - O pia
  9. Schlick: Salve regina - O dulcis Maria
  10. Kotter: Salve regina
  11. Schlick: Pete quid vis
  12. Schlick: Hoe losteleck
  13. Hofhaimer: Was ich durch Glück
  14. Hofhaimer: Zucht, Ehr und Lob
  15. Schlick: Benedictus
  16. Isaac: Benedictus
  17. Schlick: Primi Toni
  18. Paumann: Incipit Fundamentum
  19. Paumann: Sequuntur Redeuntes
  20. Paumann: Reduentes in idem
  21. Schlick: Maria zart
  22. Anon: Maria zart
  23. Leonhard Kleber: Maria zart
  24. Schlick: Christe
  25. Chant: Da pacem
  26. Schlick: Da Pacem, 1
  27. Schlick: Da Pacem, 2
  28. Schlick: Da Pacem, 3
  29. Buchner: Agnus Dei primum, ad festum trium regum
  30. Chant: Agnus Dei
  31. Buchner: Agnus Dei secundum
  32. Schlick: Ascendo ad patrem

Instrument: Fritts organ, Arizona State University (1992)

Performers: Kimberly Marshall (organ), Skye Hart (cantor)

Playing time: 56'

Recording date: January 2012 (Tempe, Arizona)

The title refers specifically to the post-Petrucci world of printing, with Schlick publishing Tabulatur etlicher Lobgesang und lidlein in 1512.

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Todd M. McComb