2013 Quimby/Cathedral of St. Paul, MN
2013 Quimby/Cathedral of St. Paul, MN

Virtuous Virtual Virtuosos (I) #2027

…gathering in large groups may be inadvisable but, if you join in, these unique concert performances still can reach a huge audience.

Hour 1

NICOLAUS BRUHNSPraeludium in e –Kimberly Marshall (1995 Noack/Christ the King Lutheran Church, Houston, TX) PD Archive (r. 4/13/12)

WAYNE OQUINResilience (2015) –Philadelphia Orchestra/Yannick Nézet-SéguinPaul Jacobs (2006 Dobson/Verizon Hall, Philadelphia, PA) PD Archive (r. 10/8/17)

RICHARD WAGNERSong to the Evening Star, fr TannhäuserSIGFRID KARG-ELERTStimmen der Nacht, Op. 142, no. 1FRANZ LISZT (trans. Cowan): Mephisto Waltz –Ken Cowan (Aeolian-Skinner/Riverside Church, New York, NY) PD Archive (r. 7/14/2009)

Filler – BINGHAM: Roulade

Hour 2

ALBERTO GINASTERAToccata, Villancico & Fugue, Op. 18 –Stephen Hamilton (2012 Foley-Baker/St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 1/26/19)

DAVID SHELATFour Chapters in D (Beginnings-Invention-Berceuse-Fantasy Finale) –David Shelat (1967 Möller/Park Central Presbyterian Church, Syracuse, NY) PD Archive (r. 2/14/20)

LEO SOWERBYAir with VariationsJAMES P. JOHNSONCarolina ShoutHENRY MARTINPrelude & Fugue No. 17 in c (premiere). J. P. SOUSAStars and Stripes Forever –Adam Brakel (2013 Quimby/Cathedral of St. Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 10/10/19)

Filler – OQUIN (see above)


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