Photo–Richard Rasch

B-Be-Beyond the Three B’s #9844

Transcribed, transformed, and untraditional organ works by Bach, Beethoven and Brahms.

J.S. BACH: Toccata in d, S. 913 –Gustav Leonhardt (1725 F.C. Schnitger/Sint Laurenskerk, Alkmaar, The Netherlands) Deutsche Harmonia Mundi DHM-7868

J.S. BACH: Sarabande with Variations in C, S. 990 –Harald Vogel (1991 Ahrend/Basilica of San Simpliciano, Milan, Italy) Deutsche Harmonia Mundi DHM-1024

J.S. BACH: Badinerie, from Orchestral Suite Number 2 (Boston University Symphonic Organ/Metcalf Hall, Boston, MA) Pipedreams Archive recording

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Scherzo & Allegro in G, from Pieces for Flute Clock –Hans Fagius (1834 Gullbergson/Kungs-Husby Church, Sweden) BIS-CD-123/125

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Allegro no pio molto in C for Suite for Mechanical Organ; Prelude in Every Tonality –Hans-Ola Ericsson (1988 Kjersgaard/Masonic Hall, Uppsala, Sweden) BIS-CD-609

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Adagio in F, from Suite for Mechanical Organ –Wilhelm Krumbach (1770 König/Schloßkirche, Schleiden, Germany) Koch CD-1609

LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Scherzo, from Eroica Symphony, Opus 55 (Boston University Symphonic Organ/Metcalf Hall, Boston, MA) Pipedreams Archive recording

JOHANNES BRAHMS: Kyrie in g, WoO. 17 –Cologne Chamber Choir, Peter Neumann, conductor; Christoph Anselm Noll (1880 Gerhardt/Evangelical Church, Bonn-Bad Godesberg, Germany) Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 332 0598

JOHANNES BRAHMS: Motet, Let nothing ever grieve thee –Choir of Independent Presbyterian, Joseph Schreiber, conductor & organ (1925 E.M. Skinner; 1965 Aeolian-Skinner/Independent Presbyterian, Birmingham, AL) VQR Digital CD-2877

JOHANNES BRAHMS (transcribed by Elmore): Academic Festival Overture –Timothy Byram-Wigfield (1854 Henry Willis; 1988 Harrison/Cathedral, Winchester, England, UK) Priory PRCD329