John Bull


 

John Bull

1562-1628

 

Read about John Bull in Wikipedia.

Another brief biography from HOASM.

There are a number of John Bull recordings available to borrow from the Bibliothèque nationale [BNQ], one includes organ works. Click for availability.

Click to see and hear Martin Mans play the Rondo in G "attributed to John Bull, freely arranged by Richard Ellsasser," on the Marcussen organ in the Laurenskerk, Rotterdam (video). 

To listen to John Bull's Praeludium Dr. Bull, Miserere and Een Kindeken is ons Geboren, Click here, then click on "Listen to Program," then, to go directly to Bull's work, click on button, hold and slide to 11:00 (11 minutes and 00 seconds).

To listen to Bull's Te lucis ante terminum, In nomine and Fantasia, Click here, then click on "Listen to Program," then, to go directly to Bull's work, click on button, hold and slide to 41:44 (41 minutes and 44 seconds).

Click to read more about Te lucis ante terminum and to listen to the arrangements of other composers.  

All six of the above pieces are played by Étienne Baillot on the 1981 Marc-Garnier organ in the Cathedral of St-Étienne (slide show)in Metz.