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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Dominion Discoveries

a collection of unusual repertoire featuring Canadian composers and performers.

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Music played in the program

HEALEY WILLAN: Fanfare, Intermezzo and Finale Jubilante, from 5 Pieces –Ian Sadler (1888 Warren; 1936, 1967 Casavant Frères/St. James’ Cathedral, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) CMC CD-1068

JACOBUS KLOPPERS: 4 Pieces: Prelude for Morning Service; The Improvisational Genius Confounded by Organ Gremlins; Saint Anne; Canadian Postlude from Musical Memoirs of a Canadian OrganistMarnie Giesbrecht, Joachim Segger (1991 Letourneau/West End Christian Reformed Church, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) Arktos CD-94002

BARRIE CABENA: Pastorale on Jesu, meine Freude –Robert Grogan (1964 Möller; 2001 Goulding & Wood/National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, DC) Gothic G49069

GERALD BALES: Te Deum Laudamus –Cathedral Choir and Brass, Gerald Bales, conductor; Paul Emch (1928 Welte; 1964 Möller; 1983 Gould & Sons/Episcopal Cathedral of St. Mark, Minneapolis, MN) Intrada Music CD-9TR4-1

FREDERIC GLACKEMEYER: Marche pour Messr. Tabeau –Alan Reesor (1840 Duchemin/University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada) CBC CD-6562

ANONYMOUS: Magnificat in G –Antoine Bouchard (1991 Guilbault-Thérien/Chapelle du Grand Séminaire, Montréal, Québec, Canada) REM CD-311201

ARTHUR BERNIER: Meditation, Opus 6 –Alan Reesor (1902 Casavant Frères/St. Joachim Church, Vernon River, PEI, Canada) CBC CD-6562

ALPHONSE LAVALLEE-SMITH: Scherzo –Alan Reesor (1895 Warren/Princetown United, Malpeque, PEI, Canada) CBC CD-6562

ANTOINE REBOULOT: Chaconne & Rondo –Gaston Arel (1973 Wolff/Ancienne abbaye Notre-Dame-du-Lac, Oka, Québec, Canada) REM CD-311154

JEAN COULTHARD: Music to Saint Cecilia for Organ and Strings –Calgary Philharmonic, Mario Bernardi, conductor; Patrick Wedd (1987 Casavant Frères/Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary, Alberta, Canada) CBC CD-5113

SIR ERNEST MacMILLAN: Cortege AcademiqueJane Watts (1902 Lewis/Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, UK) Priory PRCD414



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