Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
1927 Skinner; 2006 Muller in the Morley Music Hall at Lake Erie College in Painesville, OH
…continuing our survey of recent instruments, with visits to Georgia, Ohio, Texas and Virginia.
G.F. HANDEL: Concerto Number 2 in B-flat, Opus 4, number 2, movements 1 & 2. ALEXANDRE GUILMANT: March on a Theme of Handel –Richard Morris (2005 Schlueter/First Presbyterian, Savannah, GA) MSR Classics MS1187
CRAIG SELLER LANG: Fanfare, Opus 85. HERBERT HOWELLS: Psalm-Prelude, Opus 32, number 3, Psalm 23, verse 4. CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD: Allegro non troppo e pesante Number 2, from 6 Short Preludes & Postludes, Opus 101 –Scott Hayes, Stan Osborn (1927 Skinner; 2006 Muller/Morley Music Hall, Lake Erie College, Painesville, OH) Muller CD-647
MICHAEL BURKHARDT: Improvisation on Saint Denio. LOUIS VIERNE: Meditation Number 7, from 24 Pieces in Free Style. CHARLES WESLEY, Sr.: Variations on God Save the King. ROBERT ELMORE: Pavane, from Rhythmic Suite. CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Toccata, from Organ Symphony Number 5, Opus 42, number 1 –Michael P. Snoddy (2006 Garland/Bentwood Trail Presbyterian, Dallas, TX) Pipedreams Archive recorded March 13, 2006
FREDERICK SWANN: Amazing Grace. SETH BINGHAM: Roulade, Opus 9, number 3. J.S. BACH (arranged by Virgil Fox): Sheep may safely graze. YORK BOWEN: Fantasia, Opus 136 –Christopher D. Martin (2005 Schantz/Grace Covenant Presbyterian, Richmond, VA) Pipedreams Archive recorded February 26, 2006
Filler –ALEXANDRE GUILMANT (see above)