Sharing the Light #2213
. . . women and men together, as composers and performers, create a greater harmony.
JEANNE DEMESSIEUX: 4 Chorale Preludes, fr Op. 8 [Veni Creator [vii.]; Stabat Mater [iv.]; Rorate [i]; Tu es Petrus [xi.] –Stephen Tharp (1912 Stahlhuth/Church of St. Martin, Dudelange, Luxembourg) Aeolus 10561
MARGARET SANDRESKY: Credo, fr L’homme armé Organ Mass –Frances Nobert (1998 Glatter-Götz+Rosales/United Church of Christ Congregational, Claremont, CA) Raven 550
RACHEL LAURIN: 5 Short Pieces, fr Op. 43 (Cantilene; Moto perpetuo; Intermezzo; Fugue Bouclee; Toccatina) –Isabelle Demers (1921-2006 Casavant/Holy Angels Church, Lachine, Quebec, Canada) Arsis 61256
EMMA LOU DIEMER: Folk Hymn Sketches (I think when I read that sweet story of old; Praise our father; Our Lord ascended up to heaven; All things bright and beautiful) –Andrew Peters (1965-2015 Schantz/2nd Presbyterian Church, Saint Louis, MO) Regent 508
GUY ROPARTZ: Introduction & Allegro Moderato –Jane Parker-Smith (1907 Seifert/Notre Dame Basilica, Kevelaer, Germany) Avie 2144
Filler – DEMESSIEUX: Rorate (see above)
ELFRIDA ANDRÉE: Andantino in e –Ralph Gustafsson (1878-1927 Åkerman & Lund/St. Mary Magdalene Church, Stockholm, Sweden) Swedish Society 1085
CHELSEA CHEN: 3 Taiwanese Folksongs –Chelsea Chen (2004 Garland/Brentwood Trail Presbyterian Church, Dallas, TX) Con Brio 21141
JUDITH BINGHAM: The dawn of redeeming grace. SASHA JOHNSON MANNING: All the world tonight rejoices –Truru Cathedral Choir/Christopher Gray; Andrew Wyatt (1887 Willis/Truro Cathedral, England) Regent 560
CECILIA McDOWALL: 3 Pieces [Church Bells Beyond the Stars, fr George Herbert Trilogy.(2013); Pavan (arr. Fox) , fr 4 Piano Solos (1999); First Flight (2019) –William Fox (1963 Walker/Church of St. John the Evangelist, Islington, London, England) Naxos 8.579077
ROBIN DINDA: Max Cat Rag, Op. 6. DENIS BEDARD: Hymne & Carillon, fr Sinfonietta –Elaine George Ehlers & Madolyn Douglas Fallis (2006 Kegg/Texas A&M International University/Laredo, TX) A&M 2007
Filler – ROPARTZ (see above)
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