Mary Cobbold, one of the RCO's Accredited Teachers, describes the life and reputation of Dietrich Buxtehude, and explores his use of rhetorical structures and devices, using the Preludium in C as an example.
Of interest to all organists who include the works of Buxtehude in their repertoire, this film will be of particular interest to CRCO students for the current (2021/2022) examination period, where the works of Buxtehude are the set pieces for the CRCO Written Paper.
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