Virtual Performances created by James Pressler

Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726)
Intavolatura per Organo e Cimbalo, Roma 1716
Scores Courtesy of Werner Icking Music Archives, Edition by Pierre Gouin

   Click "organ" or "cembalo" to stream all tracks
No. Titleorgancembalo
Prima Parte - pieces for organ
1Toccata in D-Minor [4:51] FCS
24 Versi in D-Minor [3:06] FCS
3Canzona in D-Minor [3:11] ASC   MTK [2:22]   
44 verses in C-Major [3:09] ASC 
5Canzona in C-Major [2:46] KRE   MTK [2:13]   
64 verses in F-Major [3:38] OOS
7Canzona in F-Major [3:04] OOS   DH [2:38]   
84 verses in E-Minor [2:43] OOS
9Canzona in E-Minor [3:01] FCS   DH [2:33]   
104 Verses in G-Minor [2:50] FCS
11Canzona in G-Minor [3:53] LEE   DH [3:21]   
12Toccata all'Elevazione in F-Major [2:41] KRE
13Toccata al post Comunio in F-Major [3:22] VPH
14Toccata all'Elevazione in C-Major [2:49] ASC
15Toccata all' Offertorio in C-Major [1:43] VPH   MTK [1:33]   
16Pastorale in C-Major [4:22] FCS
Parte Seconda - pieces for cembalo (work in progress)
1 Preludio [2:52]  2 Allemande  3 Corrente [2:41]
4 Sarabanda [2:37]  5 Giga [2:29]  6 Gavotte 12:15  7 Partite
MTK cembalo
ASC = Antegnati organ in St. Carlo, Brescia, Italia, 16th-17th C.
  DH = 3-stop Harpsichord (24 bit version) built by Martin Bezemer Eindhoven, 1981
FCS = Frans Caspar Schnitger Organ, Duurswoude/Friesland (1723)
KRE = The organ in the church of Krewerd in the province of Groningen Holland (1531)
LEE = The Hinsz-Organ at Leens in the province of Groningen (1733/34)
MTK = Cembalo Mietke built by Jan Becicka workshop (2005)
OOS = Chr. Müller cabinet organ (1741) reinstalled in Maria-church of Oosterwijtwerd, Groningen (1845)
VPH = The van Peteghem-organ of Haringe, Flandres (1778)
[Updated 03/21/2010 at 9:00 A.M. PDT]
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