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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

[2004 Nicholson/Great Priory, Malvern, England]
2004 Nicholson at Great Priory, Malvern, England

[1929 Hill-2001 Schantz/Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia]
1929 Hill-2001 Schantz at Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia

[1894 Hill-1982 Harrison/Peterborough Cathedral, England]
1894 Hill-1982 Harrison at Peterborough Cathedral, England

[1961 Magnussons/ Västerås Cathedral, Sweden]
1961 Magnussons at Västerås Cathedral, Sweden

[1999 Nicholson/Gloucester Cathedral, England]
1999 Nicholson at Gloucester Cathedral, England

More March Marches and Corteges

…we get the month off to a right and proper start by putting our left foot forward!

Audio Complete Show 1 hr 58 Min

Audio 1610 Hour 1 59:00 Min

Audio 1610 Hour 2 59:00 Min

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

GIUSEPPE VERDI (trans. Lemare): Grand March, fr AidaAndrew Wilson (2004 Nicholson/Great Priory, Malvern, England) Regent 325

PHILIP PLAISTED: Grand March –Thomas Heywood (1929 Hill-2001 Schantz/Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia) Pro Organo 7257

ANDREW BOEX: Marche ChampetreRobert Scoggin (1967-1983 Sipe/Christ United Methodist Church, Rochester, MN) Pipedreams Archive (r. 5/5/92)

CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS: French War March, fr Suite Algerienne –Wayne Marshall (1894 Hill-1982 Harrison/Peterborough Cathedral, England) Virgin Classics 61703

WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER: Dedication March (1953) –Christopher Herrick (1961 Magnussons/ Västerås Cathedral, Sweden) Hyperion 67734

G.F. HANDEL: Dead March, fr SaulSimon Preston (1937 Harrison/Westminster Abbey, London, England) London 430 145

DAVID BRIGGS: Marche EpiscopaleDavid Briggs (1999 Nicholson/Gloucester Cathedral, England) Chestnut Music 001

GASTON LITAIZE: CortegeDenver Brass/Lowell Graham, conductor; Joseph Galema (2002 Schuke/Hamilton Hall, Denver, CO) Klavier 11165

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Cortege et Litanie, Op. 19 –Philadelphia Orchestra/Rossen Milanov, conductor; Peter Richard Conte (Wanamaker Organ/Macy’s Department Store, Philadelphia, PA) Gothic 49270

Hour 2

HENRY PURCELL: Trumpet Tune in DJean Guillou (1978 Kleuker/Notre-Dame-des-Neiges, Alpe d’Huez, France) Dorian 90112

ALEX LITHGOW: Invercargill March –Kemp English (1930 Hill, Norman and Beard/Town Hall, Dunedin, New Zealand) Manu Plus 5009

JULES GRISON: Marche FestivaleSimon Nieminski (2007 Copley/Metropolitan Cathedral of St. Mary, Edinburgh, Scotland) Pro Organo 7222

ARTHUR FOOTE: Festival March, Opus 29, no. 1Daniel Kerr (1961 Aeolian-Skinner/Pasadena Presbyterian Church, CA) Arkay 6158

LOUIS VIERNE: Cortege, fr 24 Pieces in Free Style, Op. 31, no. 2Günter Kanuzinger (1990 Jann/Waldsassen Basilica, Germany) Koch/Schwann 315 009

JOHANN STRAUSS: Radetzky MarchMartin Setchell (2013 Rodgers Infinity Digital/Transitional Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand) Setchell 2014

CLAUDE DEBUSSY: Cortége, fr Petite SuiteKeith Chapman (Wanamaker Organ/Macy’s Department Store, Philadelphia, PA) Vantage 69-694-001

DAVID FULLER: March –David Fuller (1990 Fisk/Slee Hall, SUNY Buffalo, NY) Pipedreams Archive Fuller 101

PAUL-HENRI BÜSSER: Marche de Fete, Op. 36 –Robert Munns (1882 Willis-1989 Mander/St. Michael and All Angels, Croydon, Surrey, England) Christopher Town Recording Service 1009


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