2000 Zanin/Ascension Cathedral, Belgrade, Serbia
2000 Zanin/Ascension Cathedral, Belgrade, Serbia

Summer Music #2134

. . . from around the world, marvelous melodies and remembrances of the year’s sweetest season.

Hour One

GUY MICHELL:  Chant PastoraleKevin Bowyer (1904 Norman & Beard/St. Mary’s Church, Woburn, England) Priory 1131

ANTONIO VIVALDI (arr. Scott):  Summer, fr The Four Seasons, Op. 8, no. 2Jonathan Scott (1996 Marcussen/Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England) Scott Brothers Duo 008

FELIX MENDELSSOHN (trans. Demers):  Scherzo, fr A Midsummer Night’s DreamIsabelle Demers (1928 Skinner-2006 Schantz/Rockefeller Chapel, Chicago University, Chicago, IL) Acis 41752

GEORGE GERSHWINSummertime, fr Porgy & BessWalt Strony (Wurlitzer/Tahoma Studio, Maple Valley, WA) ATOS 2010

MICHEL LeGRANDSummer me, winter meDan Bellomy (Wurlitzer/Paramount Theatre, Brooklyn, NY) Cambria 1108

IMANTS ZEMZARISPastorales for Summer FluteHans-Ola Ericsson (1987 Grönlunds/Luleå Cathedral, Sweden) Bis 561

Filler – GERSHWIN (see above)

 

Hour Two

DIMITRI TIOMKINThe green leaves of summerDon Baker (Wurlitzer/Paramount Theater, NYC) POP 131

JIMMY McHUGHI couldn’t sleep a wink last nightBobby Hackett, cornet; John Seng (Wurlitzer/Loderhose Studio, Jamaica, NY) Sony Special Projects 26656

CHRISTIAN PRAESTHOLM:  Variations on a Danish Folk Tune (A Delightful and Joyous Summertime) –James D. Hicks (1963 Casavant/Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 9/22/19)  (also available, on a different instrument, as Pro Organo 7292)

ALEXANDER MATTHEWSThe Passing of SummerGordon Turk (1908 Hope-Jones+2012 Shaw/The Auditorium, Garden Grove, NJ) Raven 166

IVAN BOZICEVICSummer Triptych (Summer in the World; Spring Passes; The Moonpiper)–Ivan Bozicevic (2000 Zanin/Ascension Cathedral, Belgrade, Serbia) Edition Lilac 180727

Filler – LEGRAND (see above)

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