Going On Record #8814

…Going on record –a spring quarterly survey of some recently released recordings of organ music, with commentary by program host Michael Barone.

Anonymous (Spanish): Batalha de 6. Tom  Paul Wisskirchen (1980 Klais/Dom, Altenberg, Germany)

JOHANN LUDWIG KREBS: Chorale  prelude, Zeuch ein zu deinen Toren –Pamela Decker (1984 Rieger, Pacific Union College Church)

LOUIS VIERNE: Messe Solennelle  Sacre Coeur Basilica Choir; Fred Gramman (1898 Cavaillé-Coll/Basilique Sacre Coeur, Paris, France)

LOUIS VIERNE: Fugue, from Organ Symphony No. 1 in d, Op. 14  Ben van Oosten (1880 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Francis, Lyon, France)

CLAUDE DEBUSSY: The Girl with the Flaxen Hair  Thomas Murray (1930 Aeolian, Longwood Gardens)

Jessel: Parade of the Wooden Soldiers  Paul Danilewski (Longwood Gardens)

CHARLES WOOD: Prelude on St. Mary's  Christopher Dearnley (1872 Willis; 1992 Mander/St. Paul Cathedral, London, United Kingdom)

SAMUEL WESLEY: Air and Gavotte  John Scott (St. Paul's Cathedral)

Anonymous (Swiss): Allegro in A  Annerose Hulliger (Swiss 18th c. house-organ)

Reubke: Sonata on the 94th Psalm  James Bigham (1986 Möller; 1997 Kegg/Holy Trinity Lutheran, Buffalo, New York)

J.S. BACH: Little Organ Book Chorales  Bernard Foccroulle (1630 Schott, Muri Cloister, Switzerland)

RICHARD PURVIS: A Carol Rhapsody  John Walker (1985 Reuter/Augustana Lutheran, Denver, Colorado)

Schubert: March Militaire. Traditional: All Through the Night  Lynn Larsen; Carlo Curley; Allen electronic (Wurlitzer, Century II Center, Wichita, Kansas)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Toccata, from Organ Symphony #5  Francois-Henri Houbart (1846 Cavaillé-Coll/La Madeleine, Paris, France)