Buxtehude, Master and Pupil - Douglas hollick (RVRCD67)

Organist and harpsichordist, Douglas Hollick was the first Organ Scholar at Hull University, studying with Peter Hurford. He subsequently studied with Marie-Claire Alain in Paris, and Gustav Leonhardt in Amsterdam. He teaches in Cambridge, at Hull University and at the Birmingham Conservatoire, and has given masterclasses frequently in the UK and elsewhere in Europe.

With an international reputation, and with many accolades from critics and scholars alike, Douglas Hollick was awarded a year 2000 Churchill Fellowship to visit North Germany and Denmark during August/September 2000 to research the organs and other keyboard instruments from the period of Buxtehude and the young J S Bach. The Fellowship gave new impetus to his ongoing research into questions of performance practices in the 17th and 18th centuries, and this recording is a direct result of contacts made during the trip.

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