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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

1979 Möller organ at Saint Boniface Epsicopal Church, Sarasota, Florida
1979 Möller organ at Saint Boniface Epsicopal Church, Sarasota, Florida

How Suite it Is

From the 17th through the 20th centuries, composers have gathered together movements of tenderness, audacity, rhythm and color to create sweet samplers of their art.

Program Broadcast dates:

  • February 21, 2005

Links and Resources:

Music played in the program

GILLES JULLIEN: Suite du 7eme TonFrançois-Henri Houbart (1501 Anonymous; 1681 De Fontaine; 1974 Koening/Église Notre-Dame, Lorris, France) BNL 112766

ARTHUR FOOTE: Suite in D, Opus 54 –Haig Mardirosian (1991 Buzard/St. John the Divine Episcopal Chapel, Champaign, IL) Centaur CD-2368

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Suite Bretonne, Opus 21 –Jeremy Filsell (1979 Möller/St. Boniface Episcopal, Sarasota, FL) Guild GMCD 7188

CHARLES TOURNEMIRE: Suite Evocatrice, Opus 74 –Jeremy Filsell (1908; 2001 Harrison & Harrison/Cathedral, Ely, England, UK) Herald CD-145

JOHANN JACOB FROBERGER: Suite in a –Davitt Moroney (1653 Dallam/Eglise de Lanvellec, Cotes d’Armor, France) Temperaments CD-76

JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Finale, from Suite for Organ, Violin and Cello, Opus 149 –Paul Barritt, violin; Richard Lester, cello; Christopher Herrick (1988 Frobenius/All Saint’s Church, Kingston upon Thames, England, UK) Hyperion CDA66883