The New and the Old #1913
…these recent releases embrace intriguing repertoire covering six centuries.
GAETANO VALERI: Sonata No. 1 in C (Largo-Andante-Adagio); Sonata No. 4 in A (Largo) –Paolo Bottini (1750 Nacchini/San Giorgio Maggiore Basilica, Venice; 1812 Callido/San Floriano Parish, Pieve di Zoldo, Italy) Brilliant Classics 95559
TRADITIONAL (arr. Goff-Louprette): Irish Folk Tunes (The coming of spring; At home in the kitchen; When I can’t sleep) –Ivan Goff, Uilleann pipes & Irish flute; Renée Anne Louprette (1993 Mander/St. Ignatius Loyola, New York, NY) G&L 2018
Filler – VALERI: Sonata No. 1 in C (see above)
Filler – BACH (see above)
NOTE: Contrary to what Barone says in this program, Katelyn Emerson’s 2016 NYACOP Award compact disc, Evocations (Pro Organo 7277), was made on the Aeolian-Skinner organ at Church of the Advent in Boston, where she was Associate Organist and Choirmaster at that time. She also first appeared on a Pipedreams program of “Rising Stars” (#1725). Her subsequent recording in Baltimore, Inspirations (Pro Organo 7288), excerpts from which are heard in this program, was made in conjunction with the 70th anniversary of the Andover Organ Company.