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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

2004 Glatter-Götz & Rosales2004 Glatter-Götz & Rosales/Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA

Going On Record

…another impromptu scan of some recently-received recordings showcasing the King of Instruments

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

WILLIAM HENRY HARRIS: Flourish for an OccasionAdam Pajan (2004 Kegg/Basilica of St. John the Baptist, Canton, OH) Raven 149

J. S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in G, BWV 550Peter Kofler (2011 Rieger/St. Michael’s Church, Munich, Germany) IFO Classics 231

BACH: Prelude & Fugue in g, BWV 535aBenjamin Alard (1718 Andreas Silbrmann/St. Aurelie Church, Strasbourg) Harmonia Mundi 902450/2

KIT DOWNES: 2 Pieces (Seeing Things & Black is the colour)Kit Downes (1877 Willis/Union Chapel, London; 2001 Bumstead/St. John’s Bapist Church, Snape, England) ECM 2559

CHARLES TOURNEMIRE: Cantilene ImproviséeRaymond Chenault (2003 Buzard/All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta, GA) Gothic 49305

DOMENICO SCARLATTI: Sonata in d, K. 52 & Sonata in F, K. 274Martin Schmeding (1762 Bosch/Church of Saint Andreu, Santanyi, Mayorca) Cybele 1404

P. I. TCHAIKOVSKY (trans. Lemare): Nocturne in c#, Op. 19, no. 4Jonathan Vaughn (1911 Harrison/St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, England) Regent 494

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH (arr. Cowan & Welch): Festive OvertureKen Cowan & Bradley Welch (1996 Casavant/Broadway Baptist Church, Fort Worth, TX) Pro Organo 7275

FILLER – DOWNES: Seeing Things

Hour 2

GEORGE BAKER: Rumba –Luke Hubley, Todd Sommer, Terry McKinney, & James Metcalfe, percussion; Daryl Robinson (2004 Glatter-Götz & Rosales/Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA) Gothic 49315

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Moderato, fr Symphony No. 7 in a, Op. 42, no. 3Jeremy David Tarrant (2013 Casavant/1st Presbyterian Church, Kirkwood, MS) Raven 146

FRANCIS POTT: Toccata on King’s LynnChristian Wilson (1995 Marcussen/Chapel of St. Augustine, Tonbridge, England) Acis 67065

JACQUES IBERT: Fugue (iii.), fr Trois PiecesRenée Anne Louprette (1993 Mander/St. Ignatius Loyola, New York, NY) Acis 1609

BERNHARD ZORN: Concert Fantasy on Ein feste Burg, Op. 14 –Bernhard Leonardy (1975 Klais-2000 Mayer/St. John’s Basilica, Saarbrücken, Germany) IFO Classics 7262/3

PETER CORNELIUS: Vater unser, Op. 2, no. 1Kirstin Chávez, mezzo-soprano; Volker Ellenberger (1923 Kämmerer/St. Joseph’s Chapel, Mainz, Germany) IFO Classics 555

GASTON LITAIZE: Prélude Liturgique No. 7Jeremy Filsell (1968 Aeolian-Skinner/Church of the Epiphany, Washington, DC) Raven 147

LOUIS VIERNE: Prélude Funebre, Op. 4Wolfgang Rübsam (1880 Cavaillé-Coll/St. François-de-Sales, Lyon, France) IFO Classics 7266

GUY BOVET: Hamburger TotentanzAhreum Han (1998 Casavant/1st Presbyterian Church, Iowa City, IA) Raven 148

FILLER – BAKER: Rumba


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