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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

King And Courtiers

Selected works from the organ and other diverse accompaniments, featuring unusual repertoire.

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Music played in the program

OTTORINO RESPIGHI: Preludio, from Suite in G for Organ and Strings –Berlin Symphony, John Bell, conductor; Berthold Schwarz (1935 Walcker/Luther Memorial Church, Berlin, Germany) Mixtur MXT-2003

THOMAS AUGUSTINE ARNE: Organ Concerto Number 2 in G –Cantilena Ensemble, Adrian Shepherd, conductor; Roger Bevan Williams (MacKenzie organ/Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow, Scotland, UK) Chandos CD-8605/6

GIOVANNI BERNARDO LUCCHINETTI: Concerto in D for Two Organs –Rudolf Ewerhart, Hans Haselböck (1760 Koehler organs/Ebrach Abbey, Germany) FSM CD-43038

ANONYMOUS Spanish 17th-Century: Cancion para la corneta con el eco –Edward Tarr, cornetto; Irmtraud Krüger (1607 anonymous organ/Santa Maria Church, Montblanc, Spain) Christophorus CHR 74511

JAN KOETSIER: Partita for Trumpet & Organ, Opus 42, number 2 –Claude Rippas, trumpet; Jurg Neuenschwander (1984 Metzler/Burgdorf City Church, Switzerland) Zytglogge CD-4958

JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Overture in g for Violin and Organ, Opus 150, number 1 –Nelly Soregi-Wunderlich, violin; Heinz Wunderlich (1980 Tzschöckel/St. Michael Church, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany) Organum CD 871.011

RICHARD FELICIANO: God of the Expanding Universe for organ and tape. JEAN LANGLAIS: Piece in Free Form for organ and string quartet. JOHN PHILIP SOUSA: The Stars and Stripes Forever, organ duet –John Hoffman (1969 Schlicker/SUNY-Fredonia, NY) recorded in concert September 11, 1988


This program was originally issued as #8908 in February 1989.

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