Johann Sebastian Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 BWV 1050, 1. Allegro
Matthew J. Hall, harpsichord and direction; Musical Offering Baroque Ensemble
Recorded live at Colby College, February 20, 2015


Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Piano Quartet No. 3 in G Major Wq 95, 1. Allegretto
Matthew J. Hall, fortepiano; Sarah Paysnick, traverso; Sarah Darling, viola
from CPEB: The Piano QuartetsAd Parnassum Records, 2013


Louis Couperin, Prelude in G Minor (Bauyn MS, c. 1690)
Matthew J. Hall, harpsichord
Recorded at Barnes Hall, Cornell University, December 16, 2015
Included in Roger Moseley, Keys to Play: Music as Ludic Medium from Apollo to Nintendo (Oakland: University of California Press, 2016), p. 184


François Couperin, Allemande à deux, Neuvième Ordre from Second livre de pièces de clavecin (1716–17)
Matthew J. Hall and Benjamin Katz, harpsichords
Recorded live at Barnes Hall, Cornell University, May 10, 2015


Johann Sebastian Bach, O Mensch, bewein’ dein Sünde groß BWV 622
Matthew J. Hall, organ
Recorded live at Adolphus Busch Hall, Harvard University


Improvisation: Te Deum versets in the style of Louis Marchand
Matthew J. Hall, organ with the Westminster Presbyterian Choir
Recorded live at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Charlottesville, VA, October 12, 2018

excerpts from a 30-minute, 10-verset improvisation with alternatim choir
the leadsheet that guided the improvisation is available here
0’00” Plein jeu: cantus firmus en tenor
1’29” Fugue
3’15” Grands jeux
3’57” Récit de tierce en taille [excerpt]
5’51” Dialogue [excerpt]
6’58” Récit
10’22” Plein jeu: cantus firmus en basse