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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

1865 Hook at First Congregational Church in Orwell, VT
1865 Hook organ at First Congregational Church in Orwell, VT

One is Enough

It may seem that organs can never be too large, but the music on this week’s show reveals the beauty in smaller things—music played on instruments with only a single manual keyboard!

Program Broadcast dates:

  • January 24, 2005

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Music played in the program

MARC ANTONIO CAVAZZONI: Ricercare –Ingemar Melchersson (1475 da Prato/Basilica di San Petronio, Bologna, Italy) Christophorus CHR 77141

GIOVANNI TRABACI: Versets on the 8th Tone –Sergio Vartolo (1702 Felice Cimino positive organ from a private collection) Naxos 8.553553/6

J.S. BACH: 3 Kyrie Verses, from Clavierübung IIIDietrich Wagler (1714 Gottfried Silbermann/Freiberg Cathedral, Germany) Motette CD MOT 12451

JOHANN MATHESON: 3 Dances: Allemande; Seriosita; GavottaGerd Zacher (1714 König/St. Leodegar Monastery, Niederehe, Germany) Aeolus AE10161

JOHN STANLEY: Volungary in a, Opus 6, number 2 –Jennifer Bate (1790 England/Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, Hampstead, England, UK) Regis CD-5002

MIGUEL LOPEZ: Seis Versos de Medio RegistroFrancis Chapelet (1777 Ortega/Church of San Sebastian, Abarca de Campos, Spain) Valois 4653

ALESSANDRO GRAZIOLI: 2 Organ Sonatas –Alberto Guerzoni (1787 Callido/St. Bartholomew Church, Contarina, Porto Viro, Rovigo, Italy) Tactus CD-770701

THOMAS ADES: Preambulum, from Under Hamelin Hill, Opus 6 –David Goode (4-stop Mander chamber organ) EMI Classics CDC 69699

MASTER NEWMAN: A pavyanAndré Isoir (1501 Anonymous; 1681 De Fontaine; 1974 Koening/Église Notre-Dame, Lorris, France) Triton 331121, #30

JOHANN KRIEGER: Passacaglia in d. ABRAHAM van den KERCKHOVEN: Fantasia in d –Gustav Leonhardt (1696 Goltfuss/St. John the Baptist, Leuven, Belgium) Sony Classical SK 57963

LÉON BOËLLMANN: Ronde Française, Opus 37. EUGENE THAYER: Variations on The Star-spangled Banner, from Sonata Number 2 –Karl Moyer (1865 E. & G.G. Hook/First Congregational, Orwell, VT) Raven OAR-290