Going On Record #8567

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

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Musette, Op. 51, No. 2  Michael Murray (1950 Aeolian-Skinner/Symphony Hall, Boston, Massachusetts)

ANONYMOUS: Wolhin lass, from Buxheimer Orgelbuch  Ton Koopman (1981 Garnier/Cathedrale, Metz, France)

EUGÈNE GIGOUT: Scherzo  Michael Murray (1950 Aeolian-Skinner/Symphony Hall, Boston, Massachusetts)

J.S. BACH: Concerto in d, S. 596 (3 movements)  Daniel Chorzempa (1761 J.A. Silbermann/Domkirche, Arlesheim, Switzerland)

J.S. BACH: Sinfonia to Cantata No. 156. J.S. BACH: Chorale-prelude, In dulci jubilo, S. 729  Philip Brunelle (1981 Holtkamp/Plymouth Congregational, Minneapolis, Minnesota)

J.G. MUETHEL: Chorale-prelude, O Traurigkeit, o Herzeleid  Karl Lorenz (Moellen Parish Church)

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Fugue in g minor, Op. 7, No. 3. J.S. BACH: Chorale-prelude, Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ, S. 604  Michael Murray (1984 Ruffatti/Davies, San-Francisco, California)

SIDNEY CAMPBELL: Pageantry  John Porter (St. George's Church, Windsor Castle)

DEREK BOURGEOIS: Serenade for Organ  Anthony Burns-Cox (Romsey Abbey)

JOSEPH BONNET: In Memoriam Titanic, from Opus 10  Michael Overbury (Albert Hall, Nottingham)

G.F. HANDEL: La Rejouissance, from Royal Fireworks Music. FELIX MENDELSSOHN: Wedding March, from A Midsummer Night's Dream  Richard Giangiulio, trumpet; Brass Ensemble; Paul Riedo (1978 Schudi/St. Thomas, Dallas, Texas)

JOHN LENNON/PAUL McCARTNEY: Yesterday  Rudolph Josel, trombone; Martin Haselbock, organ - Pan 120 710

WILLIAM ALBRIGHT: Sweet Sixteenths Concert Rag  James Welch (1965 Flentrop/St. Mark Cathedral, Seattle, Washington)

THOMAS SAUNDERS DUPUIS: Allegro, from Concerto No. 4  James Welch (St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Los Olivos, CA)

TRADITIONAL: Ezekiel saw de Wheel  St. Thomas Church Choir - St. Thomas Disc 405024

JOSEPH JONGEN: Symphonie Concertante (4th movement)  San Francisco Symphony; Edo de Waart, conductor; Michael Murray (1984 Ruffatti/Davies, San-Francisco, California)