Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
…a glimpse at the Australian scene through recordings of several famous (and large) instruments, plus new-music performances (and commentary) by Ralph Morton.
•August 21, 1989 as Show #8934
•October 2, 1995 as Show #9540
LARRY SITSKY: Satan's Treasures [after Jean Belville] and Beata Beatrix [after Dante Gabriel Rossetti], from Seven Meditations on Symbolist Art –Ralph Morton (1976 Hill, Norman & Beard/St. John's Cathedral, Brisbane, Australia) Anthology of Australian Music CD-8 (Canberra School of Music, GPO Box 804, Canberra ACT, 2601 Australia)
JEAN-FRANÇOIS DANDRIEU: 2 Noëls –David Rumsey (1981 Letourneau/St. Alban's Church, Epping, England, UK) Music Broadcasting Society, CD-12
J.S. BACH: 3 Chorale-preludes: God alone on high, S.716; Jesu, joy of man's desiring, S. 147; Beloved art thou, Jesus, S. 723 –Peter Hurford (1979 Sharp/Opera House, Sydney, Australia) London/Decca 425 013
STEPHEN LEEK: At Times, Stillness –Ralph Morton (1976 Hill, Norman & Beard/St. John's Cathedral, Brisbane, Australia) Anthology of Australian Music CD-8
The number of Australian organ recordings available in this country is not overly large. Should you wish more information write to: Move Records, Box 266, Carlton South 3053, Australia.