In the Spotlight #0805
…we’ve circled the globe to bring you this collection of concert performances featuring the pipe organ in solo, in ensemble, with piano, and with choir.
SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN (transcribed by Heywood): The Pirates of Penzance Overture. EDWIN H. LEMARE: Rondo Capriccio - A Study in Accents, Opus 64 –Thomas Heywood (1927 Casavant Frères; 2001 Schantz/St. Andrew Lutheran, Mahtomedi, MN) Pipedreams Archive recorded September 12, 2006
J.S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in C, S. 547 –Paul Jacobs (2004 Mander/Sydney Grammar School, Sydney, Australia) Pipedreams Archive recorded July, 2007
NAJI HAKIM: Kyrie & Gloria, from Messe Solennelle for Choir and Two Organs –Indianapolis Festival Chorus, Frederick Burgomaster, conductor; Marko Petricic (1990 Wolff/Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral, Indianapolis, IN) and Charles Manning (1992 Taylor & Boody/Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis, IN) Pipedreams Archive recorded April 25, 2005
EDWIN H. LEMARE: Andantino in D-flat Moonlight and Roses. LOUIS VIERNE: Final, from Organ Symphony Number 2, Opus 20 –Hector Olivera (2003 Blackinton/Benson Great Hall, Bethel University, Saint Paul, MN) Pipedreams Archive recorded April 22, 2005
DAN LOCKLAIR: Sonata da Chiesa  –Robert Cronin, flute; André Lash (1985 Andover positiv/Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN) Pipedreams Archive recorded June 29, 1999
WITOLD LUTOSLAWSKI: Variations on a Theme of Paganini –Olivier Luciani, piano; Touve Ratovondrahety, Orleans, France, Pipedreams Archive recorded May 2003
Filler –LOUIS VIERNE (see above)
Note two upcoming public appearances by Michael Barone. He will engage Hector Olivera in onstage conversation starting at 2:15PM prior to Mr. Olivera’s 3:00PM solo recital at Verizon Hall in Philadelphia on February 16, 2008, and will serve as master-of-ceremonies for a Pipedreams Live! event with local organists starting at 2:00PM at Saint Luke’s United Methodist Church in Indianapolis on February 17, 2008. Come on down!
Various commercial recordings by the artists featured on this show are available from the following sources:
Thomas Heywood, Naji Hakim and Dan Locklair from the Organ Historical Society
Paul Jacobs from JAV Recordings.
Andre Lash from Pro Organo.
Hector Olivera from his own website.