Archive of Going On Record #0127
We’ve everything from a 16th century Italian dance to a grand orchestral march, featuring instruments of only a dozen stops to several hundred. On our next Pipedreams program, we sample some recent recordings from Saint Christopher’s-by-the-River in Ohio, and the Riverside Church in New York City, the first CD release from Ocean Grove Auditorium, the latest from the Mormon Tabernacle, plus a tribute to Dame Gillian Weir, the last album from George Wright, and a pair of critically acclaimed surveys of the complete organ works of Marcel Dupré. Sounds good? You bet! We’re Going On Record with a review of recent recordings this week on Pipedreams.
BERNARDO PASQUINI: Sonata –Liuwe Tamminga (1596 Malamini/Basilica of San Petronio, Bologna, Italy) BALDASSARE GALUPPI: Sonata per flauto –Sergio de Pieri (1838 Callido/Parrocchia di San Candido, Tai di Cadore, Italy) Lyrichord CD-8037
JEAN LANGLAIS: Dialogue for the Mixtures. JEAN-FRANÇOIS DANDRIEU: Basse de Cromorne, from Magnificat. NICOLAUS BRUHNS: Praeludium in G –Dame Gillian Weir (1974 Phelps/Hexham Abbey, Northumberland, England, UK) & (1969 Kern/Église Saint Maximin de Thionville, France) & (Beckerath/Clare College, Cambridge, England, UK) Argo 460 185
Filler –WILBUR HELD: (see above)