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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

From Russia with Love

A surprising gift of organ music from a still largely uncharted territory.

Audio Complete Show

Audio 9923 Part 1 44:27 Min

Audio 9923 Part 2 43:34 Min

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Music played in the program

MICHAIL GLINKA: Fugue in E-flat. LUDVIG HOMILIUS: Prelude in G. ALEXANDER GLAZUNOV: Prelude & Fugue in d, Opus 98 –Alexander Fiseisky (1913 Sauer/Tallinn Cathedral, Estonia) Etcetera 2019

NICOLAI TCHEREPNIN: Chant ChérubiqueArturo Sacchetti (1930 Steinmeyer/Evangelical Lutheran, Rome, Italy) Arts Music CD-47273

SERGEI PROKOFIEV: March, from Love for Three OrangesJean Guillou (1978 Kleuker/Église Notre-Dame-de-Neiges, L’Alpe d’Huez, France) Dorian DOR 90112

SERGEI SLONIMSKY: Toccata –Valeri Rubacha (1891 Walcker/St. Petersburg Cappella, Russia) Olympia CD-554

ANTON RUBINSTEIN: Kamenoi Ostrow//Rêve AngeliqueVirgil Fox (1953 Aeolian-Skinner/Riverside, New York, NY) EMI Classics CDC 65913

DIMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH: Passacaglia, from Lady Macbeth, Opus 29 –Christopher Herrick (1971 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Bartholomew Episcopal, New York, NY) Hyperion CDA66605

DIMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH: Intermezzo in C, from The Bolt, Opus 27; Polka in C, from The Limpid Stream, Opus 39 –Maria Markova (1969 Schuke/Small Hall, Moscow Conservatory, Russia) Olympia CD-585

ANTON RUBINSTEIN: Russian Patrol –Jonathan Rennert (1993 Rushworth & Dreaper/St. Michael’s, Cornhill, London, England, UK) Priory PRCD375

IGOR STRAVINSKY (transcribed by Stephen Tharp): 3 Dances, PetrouchkaStephen Tharp (1932 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal, New York, NY) Ethereal CD-104

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