Cathedral Consecration
Cathedral Consecration

Cathedral Consecration #9008

…Music from the Washington National Cathedral celebrating the completion of this magnificent Gothic structure after more than half a century of work.

J.S. BACH: Prelude in D, S. 532

J.S. BACH: March, fr Cantata No. 208

C.P.R. Bach: March, fr Anna Magadalena Book

Lloyd-Webber: Solemn Processional

HERBERT HOWELLS: Psalm Prelude, Out of the Depths (Set II, no.1)

Grieg: Triumphal March, fr Sigurd Jorsalfar

Willan: Anthem, I looked and behold

Arnatt: Fanfare for Organ

CHARLES TOURNEMIRE: Suite for Quasimodo Sunday, fr L'Orgue Mystique

Schubert: Great is Jehovah, the Lord  Gene Tucker, t –

Hoiby: Anthem, Let this mind be in you

Sousa: Washington Post March

Walton: Crown Imperial March

Performers include past and present Cathedral organist Paul Callaway and Douglad Major and the National Cathedral Choir led by Richard W. Dirksen. The instrument, originally a 1937 E.M. Skinner organ, has been altered and expanded over the years to its present specification which lists 150 stops. Recordings of the Cathedral organ alone, featuring solos by Douglas Major, are issued on the Gothic label; CD's 118315, 118316, 18828, while recordings of the choir appear on the VQR label LP-011 and CD-2006