I played this organ recital at Vilnius University St John's church in Vilnius, Lithuania on 12 November, 2011.
00:10 Estampie Retrove (Robertsbridge Codex, ca. 1360)
9:40 Adesto (Robertsbridge Codex, ca. 1360)
16:12 De ce fol pencer from the Faenza Codex for Organ, ca. 1430
22:00 Mensura duorum notarum from the Tablature of Adam Ileborgh, 1448
28:15 Fundamentum Organisandi by Conrad Paumann for organ, 1452 (Excerpts)
33:30 En avois from Lochamer Liederbuch, 1452
34:40 Mit ganczem willen wunsch ich dir from Lochamer Liederbuch, 1452
36:15 Paumgartner from Lochamer Liederbuch, 1452
40:08 Redeuntes in La from Buxheimer Orgelbuch ca. 1455-60
41:25 Annabasana from Buxheimer Orgelbuch, ca. 1455-60
43:15 Kyrieleyson de S. Maria V. from Buxheimer Orgelbuch, ca. 1455-60
54:12 Maria zart by Arnolt Schlick from Tabulatur etlicher Lobgesang, 1512
1:02:45 Excerpt from Ascendo ad patrem meum by Arnolt Schlick for organ for 10 voices
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