Photo–Richard Rasch

Going On Record #8427

…Another quarterly sampling of recent organ discs, with emphasis on the unusual and the unusually attractive. Our choices are wide-ranging, covering a variety of musical styles, performers and instruments. Domestic and imported LPs and CDs will be aired.

LOUIS MARCHAND: Grand Jeu in C  Piere Bardon (St. Maximin en Provence)

DIETERICH BUXTEHUDE: Praeludium in E, No. 141  Jacques van Oortmerssen (1743 Hinsz/Bovenkerk, Kampen, The_Netherlands)

J.S. BACH: Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1; Preludes in A/a, S. 864/865  Daniel Chorzempa, harpsichord and organ - Philips 6769 106

Lubeck: Praeambulum in G  Harald Vogel (1679 Huss-Schnitger/St. Cosmae Et Damiani, Stade, Germany)

JOSEPH BONNET: Concert Variations, Op. 1  Christopher Herrick (1872 Willis; 1992 Mander/St. Paul Cathedral, London, United Kingdom)(1937 Harrison/Westminster Abbey, London, United Kingdom)

CHARLES TOURNEMIRE: Offertoire, from Office for Epiphany. ANDRE MARCHAL: Improvisation  Andre Marchal (1868 Cavaille-Coll/Cathedrale Notre Dame, Paris, France)

DUKE ELLINGTON: Almighty God, from Sacred Concert No. 2  Arne Domnerus, saxophone; Gustavus Sjokvist, organ - Proprius PROP-7744

LOUIS JAMES ALFRED LEFÉBURE-WÉLY: Sortie in B-Flat. GORDON BALCH NEVIN: Will o' the Wisp  Jonathan Bielby (Huddersfield Town Hall)

NEIL WHYTE: Berceuse. CALVIN HAMPTON: Fanfares, from Suite No. 1  Neil Whyte (St. Peter's Basilica, London, Ontario)

SAN LORENZO: Obra de 1er Tono  Joaquim Simoes da Hora (St. Mary's church, Obidos, Portugal)

PETR EBEN: Allegretto, from Mutationes. PETR EBEN: Prologue, from Faust  Peter Eben, Susan Landale (Hedvig-Eleonora Church, Stockholm)

J.S. BACH: Fugue in F, S. 540  Tom Koopman (1732 Garrels/Groote Kerk, Maassluis, The_Netherlands)