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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

A Joyful Noise

Hardly profound but certainly sonically stimulating playthings from the organist’s bench.

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Music played in the program

LOUIS MARCHAND: Grand Jeux in C –Pierre Bardon (1775 Isnard/Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, Sainte-Maximin la Sainte-Baume, France) Pierre Verany 784011

HUGO DISTLER: 3 Spielstuecke, Opus 18 –Peter Peter Hurford (1978 Rieger/Ratzeburg Cathedral, Germany) Argo 417 159

ANONYMOUS: Batalha de 6. Ton –Paul Wisskirchen (1980 Klais/Altenberger Dom, Germany) Motette CD MOT 11161

WILLIAM WOLSTENHOLME: Allegretto, Opus 17, number 2. CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Scherzo, from Symphony Number 2 –Peter Eilander (1850 Baetz/Domkerk, Utrecht, The Netherlands) Festivo FECD-103

HENRY PURCELL: Trumpet Voluntary. KORB ROEWER: Highland Cathedral –Johannes Kohlhaus, flute; Klaus Glocksin, bagpipe; Heinz-Jacob Spelmans (1980 Klais/Altenberger Dom, Germany) Koch-Schwann CD-315006

FRANK BRIDGE: Adagio in E –Andrew Lumsden (1984 Harrison/Westminster Abbey, London, England, UK) Guild GMCD 7025

ERNST PEPPING: Fugue in E-flat –Wolfgang Stockmeier (1973 Schuke/Iserlohn City Church, Germany) cpo 999 039

PADRE DAVIDE de BERGAMO: Sinfonia –Rene Saorgin (1807 Serassi/Collégiale Notre-Dame de l’Assomption, Tende, France) Harmonia Mundi CD-90947

FRANCIS JACKSON: The Archbishop’s FanfareMichael Murray (1876 Henry Willis/Salisbury Cathedral, England, UK) Telarc CD-80255

JUSTIN: Pastorale for the Oboe –Pierre Pfister (1867 Stiehr/Église protestante, Bischwiller, France) Arion ARN68069

ANTONIE SECCHI: Allegretto in G. ANONYMOUS: 2 Dances –Annerös Hulliger (18th century Swiss house organ) Ex Libris CD-6075

JOHANN SCHNEIDER: Chorale-prelude, Liebster Jesu. J.S. BACH: Fugue in G, S. 577 –Jaap Kroonenberg (1732 Garrels/Grote Kerk, Maassluis, The Netherlands) Lindenberg LBCD-10


This program was originally issued as #9213 in March 1992.


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