Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
1997 Schoenstein at 1st-Plymouth Congregational Church, Lincoln, NE
…music of profound introspection and overt rejoicing for the Christian Resurrection festival.
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TRADITIONAL (arr. Bankson): Rejoice this Easter Day & This Joyful Eastertide –1st-Plymouth Choir & Brass/Jeremy Bankson, director; Tom Trenny (1997 Schoenstein/1st-Plymouth Congregational Church, Lincoln, NE) FirstPlymouth 2015
ANTON van der HORST: Variations on the Sinfonia to Bach’s Easter Cantata (Christ lag in Todesbanden), Op. 64 –Sietze de Vriez (1692 Schnitger/Martinikerk, Groningen, The Netherlands) SdV 002
FERNAND de la TOMBELLE: Into thy hands I commend my spirit, fr Les Sept Paroles –Anne Saint-Denis, soprano; Jacques Boucher (1915-1996 Casavant/St. John the Baptist Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada) XXI-21 Productions 1721
HELMUT WALCHA: 3 Easter Chorale-preludes (Gelobt sei Gott im höchsten Thron; Auf, auf mein Herz, mit Freuden; Jesus Christus, unser Heiland) –Delbert Disselhorst (2004 Brombaugh/1st Presbyterian Church, Springfield, IL) Naxos 8.572912
TRADITIONAL (arr. Bankson): Jesus Christ is risen today–1st-Plymouth Choir & Brass/Jeremy Bankson, director; Tom Trenny (1997 Schoenstein/1st-Plymouth Congregational Church, Lincoln, NE) FirstPlymouth 2015
Should you wish, our Archive includes numerous additional programs on Easter themes, to which you can listen here:
Music for Easter (#1612)
Music for Easter (#1513)
An Easter Offering (#1415)
Let the Round Earth Rejoice (#1312)
Prayers and Alleluias (#1214)
An Easter Awakening (#1116)
Music for Eastertide (#1013)
There are others in the archive, too…just search for them, like musical Easter eggs.