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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

[2013 Dobson at Merton College Chapel, Oxford, England]
2013 Dobson at Merton College Chapel, Oxford, England.

The New Releases

…another sampler from among the remarkable influx of recently produced recordings, with music from five centuries.

Audio Complete Show 1 hr 58 Min

Audio 1644 Hour 1 59:00 Min

Audio 1644 Hour 2 59:00 Min

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

JOHANN CASPAR KERLLToccata No. 7JOHANN JACOB FROBERGERCanzona No 2, in g, FBWV 302 –Magdalena Hasibeder (1642 Wöckherl, Franciscan Church, Vienna, Austria) Raumklang 3503

JOHANN JACOB FROBERGERToccata No. 22 in CYannick Varlet (2010 Caill/Goulven Church, Brittany, France) Continuo 117

J.S. BACHCanonic Variations, Vom Himmel hoch, BWV 769 (selections) –Maude Gratton (1737 Silbermann/Friedenskirche, Ponitz, Germany) Outhere Music 21

HERBERT HOWELLSMaster Tallis’s TestamentDavid Heller (2009 Letourneau/Christ Church United Methodist, Louisville, KY) Raven 971

ARTHUR BIRD:  Marsch der Aethiopier, Op. 42 –Arits Wodehouse (1916 Mason & Hamlin harmonium) Raven 962

CHARLES GOUNODO SalutarisChrist Church Schola Cantorum/Stephen Kennedy, director; Joris Verdin (1885 Mustel harmonium) Loft 1126/27

BARBARA DENNERLEINBlues in the PipelineBarbara Dennerlein (2012 Woehl/Studio Acousticum, Piteå, Sweden) Bebab250977

JOHN SCOTT (arr.):  Creator of the stars of nightCARL RÜTTII wonder as I wonderSt. John’s College Choir/Andrew Methsingha, director; Joseph Wicks (1994 Mander/St. John’s College Chapel, Cambridge, England) Signum 458

JOHN RUTTERPsalm 150 –St. Albans Girls and Cathedral Choirs & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Andrew Lucas, director; Tom Winpenny (1963 Harrison/St. Albans Abbey, England) Naxos 8.573394

Filler – BACH (see above)

Hour 2

KAJ-ERIK GUSTAFSSON:  Chorale-prelude, Arise, ye valleysJACK MATTSSONJoyJames Hicks (1965 Kangasala/St. Michael’s Church, Turku, Finland) Pro Organo 7279

CHARLES-MARIE WIDORAllegro (iii.), fr Symphonie gothique (No. 9), Op. 70Joseph Nolan (1846 Cavaillé-Coll/La Madeleine, Paris) Signum 347

PIERRE de BRÉVILLEPriereAnne Robert, violin; Jacques Boucher (1815-1996 Casavant/Eglise St-Jean-Baptiste, Montréal, Quebec, Canada) SMD 271

VELI KUJALACybOrgan (Part 1) –Uusinta Ensemble; Veli Kujala, electronics; Susanne Kujala (1982 Kangasala/Leppävaara Church, Finland) Alba 393

YANA MANGI (arr. Shtegman):  The SunYana Mangi, voice; Tobbe Broström, percussion; Kristina Shtegman (1987 Grönlund/Jokkmokk Church, Sweden) Jokkmokk Parish 16

GIOVANNI TRABACI:  Canzona No. 6 –Francesco Cera (1570 Anonymous/Church of Sant’ Antonio, Salandra, Italy) Brilliant Classics 94897

GIOVANNI MORANDI:  Post Communion in E –Marco Ruggeri (1791 Callido/Borca d Cadore, Italy) BrilliantClassics 95333

EDWARD ELGAR (trans. Lemare):  Gavotte –Benjamin Nichols (2013 Dobson/Merton College Chapel, Oxford, England) Delphian 34162

EDVARD GRIEG (trans. Ellsasser):  Gavotte, fr Holberg Suite, Op. 40 –Thomas Murray (1927 Skinner/Woolsey Hall, New Haven, CT) Delos 3525

EUGENE GIGOUT (arr. McIntosh):  Grand Choeur DialoguéAmalgam Brass Ensemble; Christopher Jacobson (1932 Aeolian/Duke University Chapel, Durham, NC) Pentatone 5186 577

Filler – RUTTER (see above)

 

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