Capitol Investments #9842

Whether bullish or bearish, the musical environment in Washington, DC is enlivened by the sounds of instruments such as these.

J.S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in D, S. 532 –Douglas Major (1938 Ernest M. Skinner & Son; 1975 Aeolian-Skinner/National Cathedral, Washington, DC) Gothic G118315

RUSSELL WOOLLEN: Meditation –Russell Woollen (1938 Ernest M. Skinner & Son; 1975 Aeolian-Skinner/National Cathedral, Washington, DC) Gothic G49059

HENRY PURCELL: Voluntary in C –Douglas Major (1938 Ernest M. Skinner & Son; 1975 Aeolian-Skinner/National Cathedral, Washington, DC) Gothic G49058

SMITH (arranged): Hymn, Lord enthroned in heavenly splendour –Parish Choir, Scott Dettra, organ. SERGEI RACHMANINOFF (arranged by Smith): Adagio, from Symphony Number 2, Opus 27. MARCEL DUPRÉ: Placare Christe servulis, from Le Tombeau de Titelouze, Opus 38 –Jeffrey Smith (1997 Schoenstein/St. Paul “K” Street, Washington, DC) Pro Organo CD 7068

JEAN LANGLAIS: 3 Pieces: Tiento, Improvisation and Acclamations, from Suite MedievaleLynn Trapp, organ. LOUIS VIERNE: Adagio, from Symphony Number 3, Opus 28 –Mary Beth Bennett, organ. OLIVIER MESSIAEN: God among us, from Nativity Suite –Alison Luedecke (1994 Lively-Fulcher/St. Patrick RCC, Washington, DC) World Library CD-2914