Some American Classics #1306
…from three centuries of compositions, an overview of the 'old-world' organ art as practiced in the 'new world'.
READ: 4 Preludes on Old Southern Hymns, Op. 90/112 (Once more, my soul, the rising day; My soul forsakes her vain delight; David the king was grieved; Hark, the jubilee is sounding) –Barbara Harbach (1983 Fisk/Downtown Presbyterian Church, Rochester, NY) Gasparo 258
NORMAN DELLO JOIO: Antiphonal Fantasy on a Theme of Vincenzo Albrici –Naples Philharmonic/Timothy Russell, conductor; Todd Wilson (1990 Casavant/Philharmonic Center for the Arts/Naples, FL) d'Note 51002
HORATIO PARKER: Sonata in e-flat, Op. 65 –Gail Archer/1st mvt. (2002 Dyer/Knowles Chapel, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL) MeyerMedis 8011; Karl Moyer/2nd mvt. (1859 Hook/Holy Trinity Lutheran, North Easton, MA) Raven 290; James Welch/3rd mvt. (1965 Flentrop/St. Mark Cathedral, Seattle, WA) Wilson Audiophile 8314; Rudolf Innig/4th mvt (2003 Kuhn/Osnabrück Cathedral, Germany) MG&D 317.1741
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