Dagmar Lübking

Organist and

harpsichord player

gained a name for herself as organist and continuo player. She is engaged in historical performance practice. Based on her knowledge about the art of old registration, the construction of old organs and historical sources Dagmar Lübking's interpretations are lively and faithful. Her "speaking" way of playing leads to a wonderful transparency.

   

   Born in Duisburg (Germany) Dagmar Lübking studied classical philology and musicology at the Würzburg university before beginning her studies of sacred music in Frankfurt upon Main. After having passed the big examn she started to study organ with Daniel Chorzempa in Basle and Michael Radulescu in Vienna. At the same time she became an organist at the Pauls-Church in Frankfurt (former Nicolai-Church of Frankfurt upon Main). Being a professor at the Frankfurt conservatory she trained many students meanwhile accepted as organists. In 1995 Dagmar Lübking won the third prize at the international organ competition of Pasian di Prato.

   Radio broadcast and CD productions as well as regulary concerts in all over Germany are part of her activities.

   Since 1998 Dagmar Lübking is an organist at a protestant church in Hamburg (Germany) where she founded "New concert series of Ancient Music" which intend to perform music with the organ of Jürgen Ahrend, chamber music and cantatas. As a harpsichord player Dagmar Lübking regulary gives concerts with her duo-partner Thomas Pietsch and as a member of the Jupiter-Ensemble Hamburg.

   

look as well: Paul Gerhardt Adam & Dagmar Lübking

Press

   Dagmar Lübking brilliantly controlled the difficult and virtuous part.

from: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, program: works by J. S. Bach   

  

   The articulation of the chorals was full of live and within the rhytmic motion the organist increased tension. A unity was created by seriously treating details, encouraged by a steady registration.

from: Frankfurter Neue Presse, program: works by J. S. Bach

   

   CONCERT ON HIGH LEVEL - RICH BAROQUE SOUND PICTURES: The audience agreed: Such a violin soiree they never had attended before. ... In fully harmony Thomas Pietsch with several differently tuned violins and Dagmar Lübking on the harpsichord played compositions from the baroque period. ... How rich the sound of Ancient Music played on historical instruments could be, was demonstrated here. 

from: Cellesche Zeitung, program: works of J. S. Bach, H. I. F. Biber, J. Schop

   

  

Programmes   4

 

4STYLUS PHANTASTICUS OF NORthern germanY

4TOCCATas aND FUGas

4BACH with FRANce aND ITALy

4BACH: TRANSCRIPTIONS

4ROMANTIc period aND BACH

Discography

 

 

 

 

Dagmar Lübking, Orgel

 

Johann Sebastian Bach

at the organ of  Oberlinger in the Old Nicolai Church on Römerberg at Frankfurt upon Main

Organo phon 90 104 CD

» The organist shows remarkable interpretations of Bach.

    ars organi

   

Weckmann, Strungk, Tunder, Bach, Choralbearbeitungen und freie Orgelwerke

at the organ of Ahrend-Brunzema, protestant church Hamburg-Palmaille

can be bought from ev.-ref. Kirche Hamburg, phone: 00/49/(0)40/3010040

» Gladsome in a double way: This CD respresents a little wonder, because of the instrument and especially because of Dagmar Lübking's thrilling way of playing. ... Because Lübking articulates very clear, plays in a transparent way, always finds a newly combined plenum, ... her interpretations are thrilling, full of life, she plays in a moving way and touches the soul. ... On this CD the listener will find new and very well done  things, ... wonderful music that fascinates and that has to be heared again and again. 

   Concerto März 2004

Music Shortcuts F. Tunder: Praeludium in g minor (mp3, 38 s, 263 KB)
M. Weckmann: Toccata in d minor (mp3, 62 s, 431 KB)
J. S. Bach: "Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier" (mp3, 40 s, 279 KB)
J. S. Bach: Praeludium and Fuge d BWV 539: Fuge (mp3, 71 s, 498 KB)