Christopher Herrick (born 23 May 1942) is an English organist. Events 1430 - Siege of Compiègne: Joan of Arc is captured by the Burgundians while leading an army to relieve Compiègne Year 1942 ( MCMXLII) was a Common year starting on Thursday (the link will display the full 1942 calendar of the Gregorian calendar. England is a Country which is part of the United Kingdom. Its inhabitants account for more than 83% of the total UK population whilst its mainland The pipe organ is a Musical instrument that produces sound when pressurized air (wind is driven through a series of pipes, controlled by a keyboard
Born in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, Christopher Herrick was a boy chorister at St Paul's Cathedral and attended its choir school; he sang at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 and later that year went with the choir on a three-month tour of America which included a private concert in the White House and a meeting with President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Buckinghamshire (abbreviated Bucks) is a ceremonial and non-metropolitan home county in South East England. St Paul's Cathedral, is the Anglican Cathedral on Ludgate Hill, in the City of London, and the seat of the Bishop of London. The Coronation of the British Monarch is a Ceremony (specifically Initiation rite) in which the Monarch of the United Kingdom and of the other For the ship see RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Context States headed by Elizabeth II The United States of America —commonly referred to as the See also Executive Office of the President of the United States The White House, formerly known as the Executive Mansion, is the Official residence Dwight David "Ike" Eisenhower (October 14 1890 – March 28 1969 was President of the United States from 1953 until 1961 and a five-star general At the age of 12, he was inspired to learn the organ after Sir John Dykes Bower, organist of St Paul's, asked him to accompany him to the cathedral organ loft to turn pages for him for a BBC recording. His response to Herrick's aspiration to become a concert organist was not encouraging: 'Well. . . I suppose it might be just possible to be an organist giving concerts, with no permanent church appointment - but even Thalben-Ball has a city church. Sir George Thomas Thalben-Ball CBE ( 18 June 1896 &ndash 18 January 1987) was an English Organist and Composer ' He later attended Cranleigh School, where he was able to continue his organ study. Cranleigh School is an independent English Boarding school in the village of Cranleigh, Surrey.
From 1959 to 1962, he held an organ scholarship at Exeter College, Oxford, where he studied music. A scholarship is an award of access to an institution or a financial aid award for an individual student scholar for the purpose of furthering their Education Exeter College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England and the 4th oldest college of the University Music is an Art form in which the medium is Sound organized in Time. Following this, he obtained a Boult scholarship to study at the Royal College of Music. The Royal College of Music is a well known conservatoire located in the South Kensington district of London, England, and one His interests expanded to the harpsichord. A harpsichord is a Musical instrument played by means of a keyboard. 'The harpsichord had also fascinated me, and Millicent Silver became my professor [. Millicent Irene Silver ( November 17, 1905 - May 1, 1986) was an English Harpsichordist, who began her career as a . . ] From a historical point of view, of course, everything about her approach was wrong. But the experience of working with her gave me a vivid taste of an unknown world. ' He studied organ privately with Geraint Jones at the time he was discovering the German mechanical instruments with straight pedal boards. He studied conducting with Sir Adrian Boult. Conducting is the act of directing a Musical performance by way of visible gestures WikipediaWikiProject Classical music#Biographical_infoboxes --> Sir Adrian Cedric Boult CH ( 8 April 1889
Malcolm Russell, one of London's principal suppliers of harpsichords, was an early neighbour, and Herrick was able to acquire a Dulcken harpsichord on permanent loan. The Dulcken family were Flemish Harpsichord makers of German origin This led to the formation of the Taskin trio (violin, viola da gamba, harpsichord), playing baroque music on period instruments. Pascal Joseph Taskin (1723-1793 was a French Harpsichord and Piano maker The violin is a bowed String instrument with four strings usually tuned in Perfect fifths It is the smallest and highest-pitched member The viol (also called viola da gamba) is any one of a family of bowed, Fretted stringed Musical instruments developed in the 1400s Baroque music describes an era and a set of styles of European classical music which were in widespread use between approximately 1600 and 1750. The historically informed performance, period performance, or authentic performance movement is an approach by musicians and scholars to research and perform works He has performed Bach's complete Well-Tempered Clavier on the harpsichord at London's South Bank. WikipediaWikiProject Composers#Lead section.2 This article is written in British English including maximised use of "-ise" The Well-Tempered Clavier ( Das Wohltemperirte Clavier in the original old German spelling BWV 846–893 is a collection of solo keyboard music composed by The South Bank is the area in London on the southern bank of the River Thames near Waterloo station that houses a number of important
He was assistant organist at St Paul’s Cathedral from 1967 to 1974. St Paul's Cathedral, is the Anglican Cathedral on Ludgate Hill, in the City of London, and the seat of the Bishop of London. He became an organist at Westminster Abbey in 1974, and was sub-organist from 1979 to 1984, playing at royal and state occasions and giving over 200 solo recitals there in that time. The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, which is almost always referred to by its original name of Westminster Abbey, is a large mainly Gothic church In 1984 he embarked upon a solo career as a concert organist and toured worldwide. He gave the solo organ concert in the centenary season of the Proms in 1994. The Proms, more formally known as The BBC Proms, or The Henry Wood Promenade Concerts presented by the BBC, is an eight-week summer season of daily Orchestral
|“||My life has been dedicated to playing this curious keyboard giant, of which no two are the same. And no two acoustics are the same. Musical acoustics or music acoustics is the branch of Acoustics concerned with researching and describing the Physics of Music — how sounds As a regular concert organist, you must accept that your life will not be like a pianist touring with or ordering the Steinway of your choice. If you can't cope with being versatile, you miss what the organ is about: in its physical nature (in the buildings and design), in its construction (from trackers to electro-pneumatics and back again), in its repertory. [. . . ] It's the easiest of all to produce sound, and a lot of it. But it's also the most difficult to bring to life, to make it rhythmical and melodic: to make it sing and breathe.||”|
He has recorded the complete organ works of J. S. Bach on Metzler organs in Switzerland; on 16 CDs. WikipediaWikiProject Composers#Lead section.2 This article is written in British English including maximised use of "-ise" Metzler Orgelbau is a firm of organ builders based in Dietikon, near Zurich, Switzerland. Switzerland (English pronunciation; Schweiz Swiss German: Schwyz or Schwiiz Suisse Svizzera Svizra officially the Swiss Confederation It was a gradual undertaking:
|“||I was asked by Hyperion to record Bach's trio sonatas, and the company's director, Ted Perry, even wrote to me saying, "No complete Bach, Christopher. " He didn't want it. The Bach idea crept up on him, as it did on us, and finally he said, "The world needs this, Christopher. "||”|
In 1998, he was invited to perform Bach's complete organ works at the Lincoln Center Festival in New York; he played fourteen concerts on fourteen consecutive days on the Kuhn organ in Alice Tully Hall. The Alice Tully Hall is a concert hall that is part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City.  A critic from The New York Times wrote: 'Mr Herrick was at the peak of his considerable form, combining precision with panache, interpretive freedom with sheer joy in virtuosity. The playing was, in a word, triumphant. '
In 1984 he met Ted Perry, the owner-director of Hyperion records and proposed an album of virtuosic repertoire, on the Harrison & Harrison organ of Westminster Abbey. Hyperion Records is an independent British classical Record label, named after Hyperion, one of the Titans of Greek mythology Harrison & Harrison are a firm of Pipe organ builders in the UK, examples of whose work can also be found in many other countries This has led to the Organ Fireworks series, virtuosic and spectacular music, well-known and rare, recorded on great organs all over the world, which is on its 12th volume. A firework is classified as a low explosive pyrotechnic device used primarily for aesthetic and entertainment purposes  A contrasting series called Organ Dreams, of more tranquil repertoire, has reached its 4th volume. Dreams are the images sounds thoughts and feelings experienced while Sleeping, particularly strongly associated with Rapid eye movement sleep. 
Other recordings include Louis-Claude Daquin's Noëls on the restored 1739 Parizot organ in St Rémy, Dieppe, and 2 CDs of music by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck on a copy of the 17th-century organ of Stockholm's German church, now in Norrfjärden in northern Sweden. Louis-Claude Daquin (or d'Acquin (July 4 1694 &ndash June 15 1772 was a French Composer of Jewish birth writing in the Baroque and Galant Events September - Leopold Mozart is expelled from the Benedictine University of Salzburg for poor attendance Saint-Rémy-Boscrocourt is a village and commune of France, in the département of Seine-Maritime. Dieppe is a town and commune in the Seine-Maritime department and Haute-Normandie region of France. Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (April or May 1562 &ndash October 16 1621 was a Dutch Composer, Organist, and Pedagogue whose work straddled the ('stɔkhɔlm is Sweden 's Capital and its largest City. It is the site of the national Swedish government, the parliament, and the "Sverige" redirects here For other uses see Sweden (disambiguation and Sverige (disambiguation. He utilised historically informed performance practice, including original fingerings, not using the thumb very much, which caused some difficulties: "only when I went in for physical therapy did I finally adapt. The historically informed performance, period performance, or authentic performance movement is an approach by musicians and scholars to research and perform works " He has also recorded Josef Rheinberger's suites for organ, violin and cello. Joseph Gabriel Rheinberger (also Josef ( March 17, 1839, in Vaduz &ndash November 25, 1901, in Munich) was a Liechtensteinian The violoncello (abbreviated to cello, or 'cello, plural cellos or celli —the c is tʃ
In 2007, he commenced work on a five year project to record the complete organ works of Dieterich Buxtehude. Dieterich Buxtehude ( Dietrich, Diderich) (c 1637 &ndash 9 May 1707 was a German-Danish Organist, Lutenist
He lives in Kingston-upon-Thames where he is able to play the large Frobenius organ of Kingston Parish Church. Kingston upon Thames is the principal settlement of the Royal Borough Frobenius is a Danish firm of organ builders History Frobenius Orgelbyggeri was founded in Copenhagen by Theodor Frobenius (1885–1972  Aside from organ playing, he has conducted the Twickenham Choral Society for nearly 30 years. Twickenham is a suburb in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, in south west London.
Westminster Abbey organ
Joseph Bonnet: Variations De Concert Op 1; Alexandre Guilmant: Grand Choeur Triomphale In A Major Op 47, No 2; Alexandre Guilmant: March Upon Handel's 'Lift Up Your Heads' Op 15; Percy Whitlock: Fanfare From 'Four Extemporisations'; Herbert Brewer: Marche Heroique; Marius Monnikendam: Toccata; David N. Johnson: Trumpet Tune In D Major; Charles Marie Widor: Finale (Allegro Vivace) From Symphony No 7; Simon Preston: Alleluyas; Egil Hovland: Toccata 'Now Thank We All Our God'
Royal Albert Hall organ
Edward Elgar: Pomp And Circumstance March No 1 In D Op 39 (Arranged By Edwin Lemare); Derek Bourgeois: Serenade Op 22; Joseph Bonnet: Elfes Op 7 No 11; Edwin Lemare: Concert Fantasia Op 91 (Improvisation On 'The Sailor's Hornpipe', 'The British Grenadiers' And 'Rule, Britannia'); Louis-James-Alfred Lefébure-Wély: Sortie, Bolero De Concert Op 166; Alexandre Guilmant: Fantalsie Sur Deux Mélodies Anglalses Op 43 ('Home, Sweet Home' And 'Rule, Britannia'); John Weaver: Passacaglia On A Theme By Dunstable ('The Agincourt Song'); Edwin Lemare: Scherzo; Jean Langlais: Incantation Pour Un Jour Saint
St. Joseph Bonnet ( March 17, 1884 - August 2, 1944) was a French Composer and Organist. Félix-Alexandre Guilmant ( 12 March 1837 - 29 March 1911) was a French Organist and Composer. Percy William Whitlock ( 1 June 1903, Chatham, Kent – 1 May 1946, Bournemouth) was an English Organist Sir Arthur Herbert Brewer (1865 – 1928 was an English composer and Organist. David N Johnson (born 28 June 1922, San Antonio, Texas) (died 2 August, 1987 in Tempe, Arizona) Charles-Marie Jean Albert Widor (February 21 1844 &ndash March 12 1937 was a French organist, Composer and teacher Simon Preston (born 4 August 1938, Bournemouth, England) is an English Organist, conductor, and Composer Egil Hovland (born October 18, 1924) is a Norwegian composer Hovland was born in Råde. The Royal Albert Hall is an Arts venue situated in the Knightsbridge area of the City of Westminster, London, England, best known Edwin Henry Lemare (9 September 1866 - 24 September 1934 was an English organist and Derek Bourgeois (born Kingston upon Thames, 1941 is an English composer Joseph Bonnet ( March 17, 1884 - August 2, 1944) was a French Composer and Organist. The Sailor's Hornpipe (also known as The College Hornpipe and Jack's the Lad) is a traditional Hornpipe melody The British Grenadiers is a marching song for the grenadier units of the British military dating from the 17th Century Rule Britannia! is a British Patriotic song, originating from the Poem "Rule Britannia" by James Thomson and set to music Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wély ( November 13, 1817, Paris – December 31, 1869, Paris was a French organist Félix-Alexandre Guilmant ( 12 March 1837 - 29 March 1911) was a French Organist and Composer. Rule Britannia! is a British Patriotic song, originating from the Poem "Rule Britannia" by James Thomson and set to music Jean Langlais (15 February 1907 &ndash 8 May 1991 was a French Composer of Modern classical music, Organist, and Improviser. Eustache organ, Paris
Lemare: Marche Héroïque In D Major, Op 74; Enrico Bossi: Scherzo In G Minor, Op 49 No 2; Batiste: Offertoire In D Minor; Edwin Lemare : Concert Fantasy On The Tune 'Hanover', Op 4; Marcel Dupré : Cortège Et Litanie, Op 19 No 2; Jolivet: Hymne A L'univers; Louis James Alfred Lefebure-Wély: Marche In F Major, Op 122 No 4; Dubois: Grand Choeur In B Flat Major; Bossi: Pièce Héroïque In D Minor, Op 128; Camille Saint-Saëns : Allegro Giocoso In A Minor, Op 150 No 7
St Bartholomew's Church organ, New York
David N. Johnson: Trumpet Tune In A; Edwin Lemare: Toccata Di Concerto, Op 59; Dudley Buck: Concert Variations On 'The Star-Spangled Banner', Op 23; Alexandre Guilmant: Paraphrase: 'See The Conqu'ring Hero Comes!' From '18 Pièces Nouvelles', Op 90; Percy Whitlock: Paean (No 5 Of 'Five Short Pieces'); Derek Bourgeois: Variations On A Theme Of Herbert Howells, Op 87; Louis Vierne: Divertissement, Op 31 No 11 (From '24 Pièces En Style Libre'); Edouard Batiste: Grand Offertoire In D; Dmitri Shostakovich: Passacaglia; Joseph Bonnet: Etude De Concert (No 2 Of 'Douze Pièces Nouvelles', Op 7); Charles-Marie Widor: Allegro From Symphony No 6, Op 42; Louis-James-Alfred Lefébure-Wély: Sortie In E Flat, From Book II Of 'L'organiste Moderne'
Turku Cathedral Organ, Finland
Jehan Alain: Litanies; Jean Sibelius: Finlandia, Op 26 No 7 (Arr H A Fricker); Bjarne Sløgedal: Variations On A Norwegian Folk Tune; Henri Mulet: Carillon-Sortie; Oskar Lindberg: Sonata In G Minor, Op 23; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Fantasia In F Minor, K608; Louis James Alfred Lefebure-Wely: Marche In C Major (L'organiste Moderne, Book 12); Carl Nielsen: Commotio, FS155 (Op58); Edward Elgar: Pomp And Circumstance March No 4 In G, Op 39
Organ of Wellington Town Hall, New Zealand
Alfred Hollins: A Trumpet Minuet; Edward Elgar: Sonata In G, Op 28; Herbert Sumsion: Ostinato (Introduction And Theme); Norman Cocker: Tuba Tune; Paul Spicer: Kiwi Fireworks: Variations On 'God Defend New Zealand'; Craig Sellar Lang: Tuba Tune; Edwin Lemare: Concertstück No 1 In The Form Of A Polonaise, Op 80; Richard Wagner: Overture To 'Die Meistersinger' (Arr. Marco Enrico Bossi ( April 25, 1861 – February 20, 1925) was an Italian Organist, Composer, Improviser Batiste is the softest of the lightweight opaque fabrics It is made of Cotton, Wool, Polyester, or a blend Marcel Dupré (May 3 1886 &ndash May 30 1971 was a French Organist, Pianist, Composer, and Pedagogue. Jolivet may refer to Places Jolivet Meurthe-et-Moselle, a commune in Meurthe-et-Moselle, France Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns (/ʃaʁl kamij sɛ̃sɑ̃s/ (9 October 1835 &ndash 16 December 1921 was a French Composer, Organist, conductor, and David N Johnson (born 28 June 1922, San Antonio, Texas) (died 2 August, 1987 in Tempe, Arizona) Dudley Buck ( March 10, 1839 &ndash October 6, 1909) was an American Composer of music Louis Victor Jules Vierne was a renowned French organist and Composer. Dmitri Dmitriyevich Shostakovich ( Russian: ru Дмитрий Дмитриевич Шостакович ( &ndash 9 August 1975 was a Russian Composer Jehan Ariste Alain (February 3 1911 &ndash June 20 1940 was a French organist and Composer. Henri Mulet was a French Organist and Composer. He was born 17 October 1878 in Paris, France, and died Oskar Lindberg ( February 23, 1887 – April 10, 1955) was a nationalist/romantic composer who in 1939 edited the Church of Sweden 's Carl August Nielsen (9 June 1865 &ndash 3 October 1931 was a conductor, Violinist, and Composer from Denmark. Alfred Hollins (1865-1942 was a respected English Organist, Composer and teacher Herbert Whitton Sumsion ( 19 January 1899 &ndash 11 August 1995) was an English musician who was Organist of Gloucester Paul Spicer (born August 18, 1975 in) is an American football Defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football Lemare, Westbrook, Herrick)
Organ Of The Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland
David N. Johnson: Trumpet Tune In F; Alexandre Guilmant: Deuxième Offertoire Sur Des Noëls, Op33; Gaston Litaize: Variations Sur Un Noël Angevin; Joseph Bonnet: In Memoriam - Titanic, Op 10 No 1; Sigfrid Karg-Elert: Improvisation: 'Nearer My God To Thee', Op 81; Julius Reubke: Sonata On The 94th Psalm; Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wély : Offertoire Pour Le Jour De Noël; Johann Pachelbel: Prelude On 'Vom Himmel Hoch'; Garth Edmundson: Toccata 'Vom Himmel Hoch'
Organ Of The Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Edwin Lemare: When Johnny Comes Marching Home (Encore Series No 27); Edward Elgar: Imperial March Op 32 (Arr. David N Johnson (born 28 June 1922, San Antonio, Texas) (died 2 August, 1987 in Tempe, Arizona) Gaston Gilbert Litaize ( August 11, 1909 - August 5, 1991) was a French Organist and Composer. Sigfrid Karg-Elert ( November 21 1877 - April 9 1933) was a German composer of considerable fame in the early twentieth century best Julius Reubke ( March 23 1834 &ndash June 3 1858) was a German Composer, pianist and organist. The Sonata on the 94th Psalm in C minor is a Sonata for solo organ by Julius Reubke, based on the text of Psalm 94. New Castle is a city in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, 50 miles (80 km northwest of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and 18 miles (30 km east "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" (sometimes "When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again") is a popular song of the American Civil War that expressed George C Martin); John Knowles Paine: Concert Variations On The Austrian Hymn Op 3 No 1; Franz Liszt: Prelude And Fugue On BACH S260 (First Version, 1855); Petr Eben: Moto Ostinato From Sonntagsmusik; Max Reger: Variations And Fugue On 'Heil Dir Im Siegerkranz' (God Save The King); Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Fantasia In F Minor And Major K594; Hector Berlioz: Rákóczi March From La Damnation De Faust (Arr. John Knowles Paine ( January 9, 1839 - April 25, 1906) was the first American -born Composer to achieve fame for his Petr Eben ( 22 January 1929 &ndash 24 October 2007) was one of the most distinguished Composers in the Czech Republic. Johann Baptist Joseph Maximilian Reger ( March 19 1873 &ndash May 11 1916) was a German Composer, conductor La damnation de Faust (English The Damnation of Faust) is a work for Orchestra, voices and chorus written by Hector Berlioz (he W T Best); Maurice Duruflé: Prelude And Fugue On The Name Alain Op 7; Enrico Bossi: Étude Symphonique Op 78; Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wely: Sortie In B Flat (L'organiste Moderne, Book 8)
Organ of Berne Cathedral, Switzerland
Patrick Gowers: Occasional Trumpet Voluntary; Béla Bartók / Christopher Herrick: Six Romanian Folk Dances, SZ56; J S Bach / Max Reger: Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV903; Sverre Eftestøl: Seven Allegorical Pictures based upon the Norwegian folktune 'Kling no, klokka'; Jean Langlais : Trois Paraphrases Grégoriennes, Op 5; William Wolstenholme: Bohemesque; Noel Rawsthorne: Line Dance (from Dance Suite); Charles-Marie Widor: Toccata (from Symphony No 5 in F, Op 42 No 1)
Mons Leidvin Takle: Blues-Toccata (B1942); John A Behnke: Siyahamba ‘We Are Marching In The Light Of God’; Henri Mulet: Tu Es Petra Et Portae Inferi Non Praevalebunt Adversus Te; John Rutter: Variations On An Easter Theme: ‘O Filii Et Filiae’ (Duet with Jeremy Spurgeon); David N. Johnson: Trumpet Tune In G; Maurice Duruflé : Toccata From Suite Op 5; Joseph Bonnet: Matin Provençal No 2 From Poèmes D’automne Op 3; Iain Farrington: Celebration From Fiesta!; Iain Farrington: Stride Dance From Fiesta!; Giacomo Meyerbeer: The Anabaptists’ Choral From Le Prophète; Franz Liszt: Fantasia And Fugue On ‘Ad Nos, Ad Salutarem Undam’ S259
Lay Family Concert Organ (C B Fisk Organ Company Opus 100), Eugene McDermott Concert Hall, Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas
Aaron Copland: Preamble (For A Solemn Occasion); Edwin Lemare : Marche Moderne Op 2; Leos Janácek: Organ Solo From Glagolitic Mass; Jean Langlais: Battle Hymn Of The Republic From American Folk-Hymn Settings Op 231; John Behnke: Go Tell It on the Mountain; David German: Festive Trumpet Tune; Matthias Nagel: Danke-Swingfüglein; Eugène Gigout: Grand Chœur Dialogué; Alexandre Guilmant: Choral Et Fugue From Sonata No 5 In C Minor Op 80; Mons Leidvin Takle: Festmusikk From Våg Å Leve; Charles-Marie Widor: Marche Américaine Op 31 Arr. Maurice Duruflé (January 11 1902 &ndash June 16 1986 was a French Composer, Organist, and Pedagogue. William Patrick Gowers (born May 5 1936 in London) is an English composer known for his Film scores. Béla Viktor János Bartók (March 25 1881&ndashSeptember 26 1945 was a Hungarian Composer and Pianist, considered to be one of the greatest WikipediaWikiProject Composers#Lead section.2 This article is written in British English including maximised use of "-ise" Noel Rawsthorne (born 1929 was Organist of Liverpool Cathedral from 1955 to 1980 Henri Mulet was a French Organist and Composer. He was born 17 October 1878 in Paris, France, and died John Milford Rutter CBE (born) is an English Composer, choral conductor, editor, Arranger and Record producer David N Johnson (born 28 June 1922, San Antonio, Texas) (died 2 August, 1987 in Tempe, Arizona) Iain Farrington (born 1977 is a British Pianist, Organist, Composer and Arranger. Giacomo Meyerbeer ( September 5, 1791 &ndash May 2, 1864) was a noted German -born Opera Composer, and Aaron Copland (November 14 1900 &ndash December 2 1990 was an American Composer of concert and film music as well as an accomplished Pianist. Leoš Janáček ( (July 3 1854 &ndash August 12 1928 was a Czech Composer, musical theorist, folklorist, publicist and teacher " Go Tell It on the Mountain " is an African-American spiritual dating back to at least 1865 that has been sung and recorded by many gospel and secular performers Eugène Gigout ( 23 March 1844 &ndash 9 December 1925) was a French Organist and a composer of European late-romantic music Marcel Dupré; Iain Farrington: Fast Dance From Fiesta!; Hans-Martin Kiefer: Blues Chorale: ‘Die Ganze Welt Hast Du Uns Überlassen’; Joseph Jongen: Sonata Eroïca Op 94;
Marcussen organ of Haderslev Cathedral (recorded Easter 2007)
Petr Eben: Hommage à Dietrich Buxtehude; Dieterich Buxtehude: Prelude, Fugue and Chaconne in C major, BuxWV 137; Dieterich Buxtehude: Prelude in G minor, BuxWV 148; Marcel Dupré: Prelude and Fugue in G minor; Sigfrid Karg-Elert: Passacaglia and Fugue on BACH; Louis Vierne: Carillon de Westminster; Johannes Brahms: 'Academic Festival Overture' (arr. Joseph Jongen ( December 14, 1873 &ndash July 12, 1953) was a Belgian Organist, Composer, and Music Marcussen & Søn, known as Marcussen and previously as Marcussen & Reuter, is a Danish firm of organ builders Dieterich Buxtehude ( Dietrich, Diderich) (c 1637 &ndash 9 May 1707 was a German-Danish Organist, Lutenist Marcel Dupré (May 3 1886 &ndash May 30 1971 was a French Organist, Pianist, Composer, and Pedagogue. Edwin Lemare); Niels Gade: Festive Prelude on "Lover den Herre" Josef Rheinberger: Fantasia on Tonus Perigrinus
Organ of The Temple Church, London
Julius Benedict: March Of The Templars Op 56 (Arr. Niels Wilhelm Gade ( February 22, 1817 &ndash December 21, 1890) was a Danish Composer, conductor, Joseph Gabriel Rheinberger (also Josef ( March 17, 1839, in Vaduz &ndash November 25, 1901, in Munich) was a Liechtensteinian Sir Julius Benedict ( 27 November 1804 &ndash 5 June 1885) was a German -born Composer and conductor, resident W T Best); Henry Walford Davies: Solemn Melody (Arr. Sir Henry Walford Davies, KCVO, OBE, ( September 6, 1869 - March 11, 1941) was a British Composer, J E West); William Spark: Jerusalem The Golden ('A Favourite Hymn Tune With Variations And Finale'); Antoine Édouard Batiste: Offertoire In G Major; William Lloyd Webber: Prelude (No 1 Of Three Recital Pieces); Jean Langlais : Thème Et Variations (No 7 Of Hommage A Frescobaldi Op 70); César Franck: Choral No 1; Paul Spicer: Dreams Of Derry; Ludwig van Beethoven: Adagio In F Major Wo033 No 1; George Thalben-Ball: Elegy; Edward Elgar: The Angel's Farewell (From The Dream Of Gerontius) (Arr. William Southcombe Lloyd Webber (11 March 1914 London&ndash29 October 1982 London was an English organist and Composer. Jean Langlais (15 February 1907 &ndash 8 May 1991 was a French Composer of Modern classical music, Organist, and Improviser. César Franck (December 10 1822 – November 8 1890 a Composer, Organist and music teacher of Belgian and German origin who lived in France Paul Spicer (born August 18, 1975 in) is an American football Defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football Ludwig van Beethoven ( English ˈlʊdvɪg væn ˈbeɪtoʊvən, 16 December 1770 &ndash 26 March 1827 was a German Composer and Pianist. Sir George Thomas Thalben-Ball CBE ( 18 June 1896 &ndash 18 January 1987) was an English Organist and Composer The Dream of Gerontius, popularly called just Gerontius, is an Oratorio (Opus 38 in two parts composed by Edward Elgar in 1900 to text from Brewer); Charles-Valentin Alkan: Prière In E Major Op 64 No 11
Organ of Ripon Cathedral
Théodore Dubois: In Paradisum (No 9 of Douze Pièces Nouvelles); Frank Bridge: Adagio in E major (No 2 of Three Pieces, H63); Alexandre Guilmant: Rêve (from Organ Sonata No 7 in F major, Op 89); Edward Elgar: Vesper Voluntaries Op 144; Herbert Howells: Siciliano for a High Ceremony; Robert Schumann: Study in A flat major Op 56 No 4; Samuel Barber: Adagio for Strings (arr. Charles-Valentin Alkan ( November 30 1813 &ndash March 29 1888) was a French Composer and one of the greatest Virtuoso François-Clément Théodore Dubois (August 24 1837 &ndash June 11 1924 was a French Composer, Organist and Music teacher Frank Bridge (26 February 1879 &ndash 10 January 1941 was an English Composer. Félix-Alexandre Guilmant ( 12 March 1837 - 29 March 1911) was a French Organist and Composer. Herbert Norman Howells CH (17 October 1892 &ndash 23 February 1983 was an English Composer, organist, and teacher Robert Schumann, sometimes given as Robert Alexander Schumann (June 8 1810 &ndash July 29 1856 was a German Composer, Aesthete and influential Music critic Samuel Osborne Barber II ( March 9, 1910 – January 23, 1981) was an American Composer of Orchestral, Opera, "Adagio for Strings" is a work for String orchestra, arranged by the American Composer Samuel Barber from his first string quartet William Strickland); Franz Liszt: Évocation à la Chapelle Sixtine S658; Samuel Wesley: Four Pieces from Twelve Short Pieces and a Full Voluntary: No 5 in A minor, No 8 in F major, No 9 in F major, No 11 in D major
Organ of Truro Cathedral
Edwin Lemare: Andantino In D Flat Op 83 No 2 (‘Moonlight And Roses’); Albert Ketèlbey: In A Monastery Garden (Arr. Samuel Wesley ( 24 February 1766 – 11 October 1837) was an English organist and Composer in the late Georgian Edwin Henry Lemare (9 September 1866 - 24 September 1934 was an English organist and Albert William Ketèlbey ( 9 August, 1875 &ndash 26 November, 1959) was an English Composer, conductor and pianist Hugh Ware); Sverre Eftestøl: Dance To Your Daddy; Oskar Lindberg: Gammal Fäbodpsalm Från Dalarna; Carl Nielsen: From 29 Little Preludes FS136 (Op 51): No 3 In E Major, No 11 In G Major, No 15 In A Major, No 27 In F Sharp Minor, No 28; Alexandre Guilmant: Marche De Procession Sur Deux Chants D’église Op 44 No 3; Herbert Howells: Rhapsody In D Flat Op 17 No 1; Percy Whitlock: Folk Tune From Five Short Pieces; Johannes Brahms: Eleven Chorale Preludes Op 122
Organ of St Nikolai, Halmstad, Sweden
Charles-Marie Widor: Marche du veilleur de nuit (‘Wachet auf!’) (No 4 from Bach’s Memento); César Franck: Prélude, Fugue et Variation Op 18; Samuel Sebastian Wesley: Andante in E flat major (No 3 from A Second Set of Three Pieces for Chamber Organ); Maurice Duruflé: Sicilienne (from Suite Op 5); Harvey Grace: Reverie: ‘The God of love my Shepherd is’ (No 8 of Ten Compositions for Organ); Charles-Valentin Alkan: Prière (No 5 of Treize pièces Op 64; arranged by César Franck); Herbert Sumsion: Air, Berceuse and Procession; Alexandre Guilmant: Choral: Was Gott thut das ist wohlgethan (No 1 of Chorals et Noëls Op 93); Franz Liszt: Variations on Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen
|DATE OF BIRTH||1942-05-23|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||England|
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