Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
Further forays into repertoire for the organ “augmented”, in this case by brasses, strings, winds, and electronics.
TOMASO ALBINONI: Trumpet Concerto in d, Opus 9, number 2, 1st movement. CLAUDE GERVAISE: Allemande. HERMANN SCHROEDER: Impromptu –Georges Wansek, trumpet; Luca Antoniotti (1853 Beaucourt & Voegeli/Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Saint-Jean-de-Maurienn, France) Cybella CD-1101
J.S. BACH (arranged by Newman): Air, from Suite Number 3 in D, S. 1068 –Lisa Rautenberg, violin. JEREMIAH CLARKE: Trumpet Voluntary in D –Collegium Amtiquum Brasses; Mary Jane Newman (Berkshire; 1993 Russell additions/Mount Kisco Presbyterian, Mount Kisco, NY) Becker CD-940
THOMAS CHRISTIAN DAVID: Variations on a German Folksong –Stacey Woolley, viola; Lowell Lacey (1963 Casavant Frères/Central Lutheran, Minneapolis, MN) Pipedreams Archive recorded July 5, 1986
LARRY KING: Revelations of Saint John the Divine, for organ and tape –Douglas Major (1938 Ernest M. Skinner & Son; 1975 Aeolian-Skinner/National Cathedral, Washington, DC) Gothic G49058
EUGENE BOZZA: Fantasie Pastorale, Opus 37 –Manfred Wordtmann, sax; Hans Martin Limberg (1980 Klais/Altenberger Dom, Germany) FSM CD-97206
This program was originally issued as #9513 in March 1995.