2011 Parkey at St. John Berchmans Cathedral, Shreveport, LA
Three (Not So) Easy Pieces
…publishing a set of three works in a single volume makes sense, as does playing then together.
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Music played in the program
GABRIEL PIERNÉ: Trois Pieces (Prélude, Cantilene, Scherzando de concert) –Eric Plutz (1955 Aeolian-Skinner/Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC) Pro Organo 7255
LENNOX BERKELEY: 3 Pieces for Organ, Op. 72, no. 1 (Aubade; Aria; Toccata) –Tom Winpenny (1963 Harrison/St. Alban’s Cathedral, England) Resonus 10119
J.S. BACH: Trio in G, BWV 1027a –Alexander Fiseisky (1998 Klais/Maria Laach Abbey, Germany) Motette 13141
MAX REGER: Three Pieces, Op. 7 (Prelude & Fugue in c; Fantasy on the Te Deum; Fugue in d) –Rosalinda Haas (1983 Albiez/Mother of Good Counsel Church, Frankfurt-Niederrad, Germany) MD&G 3355 & 3361
DENIS BÉDARD: Triptyque (Ouverture, Invocation,Toccatina) –Denis Bédard (1927 Casavant/Notre Dame Basilica, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada) ATMA 2-1003
GEORGE OLDROYD: 3 Liturgical Improvisations (My soul hath desire; Conditor alme siderum; Verbum supernum) –Jonathan Ryan (2011 Parkey/St. John Berchmans Cathedral, Shreveport, LA) Raven 941
PETER MAXWELL DAVIES: 3 Organ Voluntaries (Psalm 124; O God abufe; All sons of Adam) –Kevin Bowyer (1995 Marcussen/Tonbridge School Chapel, Kent, England) Nimbus 5509
NIELS GADE: 3 Tone Pieces, Op. 22 –Iain Quinn (1962 Harrison/Coventry Cathedral, England) Chandos 10581