1876 Anneessens-1914 Bishop-1926 Willis-1979 Bishop/Farm Street Church, London
1876 Anneessens-1914 Bishop-1926 Willis-1979 Bishop/Farm Street Church, London

Whole Weitz #2224

. . . a survey of the remarkable and rarely-heard music of Belgian-English composer Guy Weitz (1883-1970).

Hour One

GUY WEITZFanfare & Gothic MarchDavid Graham (1876 Anneessens-1914 Bishop-1926 Willis-1979 Bishop/Farm Street Church, London) Regent 143

WEITZ: SiciliennePaul Derrett (1892-1933 Willis+1978 Harrison/Hereford Cathedral, England) Priory 410

WEITZGrand ChoeurJames Drake (1990 Austin/National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Doylestown, PA) Arkay 6109

WEITZParaphrase on Regina Coeli LaetarePeter Van de Velde (1935 Pels & Zoon/St. Laurentiuskerk, Antwerp, Belgium) Aeolus 11091

WEITZPrierePaul Derrett (Hereford Cathedral) Priory 410

WEITZRegina Pacis (extract),fr Symphony No. 1 –Guy Weitz (Farm Street Church) Amphon 132

WEITZ: Symphony No. 1 (1932)

(i.) Regina PacisDavid Graham (1926 Willis-1979 Bishop/Farm Street Church, London) Regent 143

(ii.) Mater DolorosaJane Parker-Smith (1907-2004 Seifert/St. Mary Basilica, Kevelaer, Germany) Avie 2144

(iii.) Stella MarisSamuel Backman (1998 Casavant/Church of St. Louis King of France, Saint Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 2-15-22)

Filler – WEITZ: Priere (see above)

Hour Two

CHARLES-MARIE WIDORAndante Cantabile, fr Symphony No. 4, Op. 12Guy Weitz (1922 Willis/Westminster Cathedral, London) Amphion 132 

WEITZ:  Benedicamus Domino, fr 2 Pieces on Plainchant Themes –David Graham (Farm Street Church) Regent 143 

WEITZDe profundis clamaviPeter Van de Velde (1891 Schyven/Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp) Aeolus 11091

WEITZSymphony No. 2 (1937-1949)
(i.) Symphonic Movement & (ii.) PassacaillePaul Derrett (Hereford Cathedral) Priory 410 

(iii.) Prologue & ScherzoPeter Van de Velde (1935 Pels & Zoon/St. Laurentiuskerk, Antwerp) Aeolus 11091

(iv.) Procession & (v.) FinaleJames Drake (National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa) Arkay 6109

Filler – WEITZ: Grand Choeur (see above)

 

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