1871 Henry Willis; 1924; 1933 Harrison & Harrison; 2004 Mander organ at Royal Albert Hall, London, England, UK
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…soloists Thierry Escaich, David Goode and Thomas Trotter preside over England’s grandest concert organ in performances from London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Program Broadcast dates:
- Week of September 19, 2011
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Music played in the program
THIERRY ESCAICH: Overture in Baroque Style, improvisation.
J.S. BACH: Chorale-prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659.
THIERRY ESCAICH: Evocation III on a Theme of Bach.
CÉSAR FRANCK: Choral Number 2 in b. FRANZ LISZT: Adagio, Consolation Number 4 in D-flat.
THIERRY ESCAICH: Triptych on Themes of Franz Liszt, improvisation
–Thierry Escaich, organ. BBC Prom 66 recorded September 4, 2011
Filler –Gabriel PIERNÉ: March of the Little Lead Soldiers –Thomas Trotter, organ. Regent 322
MAX REGER: Chorale-prelude, Jauchzet, Erd’ und Himmel, Opus 65, number 15 –Thierry Escaich, organ. BBC Prom 66 recorded September 4, 2011
MICHAEL BERKELEY: Organ Concerto –BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Jac van Steen, conductor; David Goode, organ. BBC Prom 65 recorded September 3, 2011
JULIUS BENEDICT (transcribed by Best): Marche des templiers. JOHN IRELAND: Capriccio. WILLIAM THOMAS BEST: Introduction, Variations and Finale on God Save the Queen –Thomas Trotter, organ. Regent 322
Filler –JOHN IRELAND: Capriccio (see above)
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