Archive Treasures #2239
. . . performances old and new drawn from the vast library of recordings, most made over the years by host Michael Barone.
RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: 3 Preludes on Welsh Hymn Tunes (Bryn Calfaria – Rhosymedre – Hyfrydol) –Robert Barwis(‘Bart’) Pitman, Jr. (1961 Holtkamp/St. John’s Benedictine Abbey, Collegeville, MN) (r. 10-11-72)
A Bart Pitman Memorial program is #8211 in the PIPEDREAMS archive.
CESAR FRANCK: Choral No. 3 in a –Marshall Joos (1863 Walcker & 1947 Aeolian-Skinner/Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Methuen, MA) PD Archive (r. 5-25-22 by Christopher Greenleaf). You can hear other players in the Young Artist Showcase concert at Methuen in our archive as Program #2228. A video of that May concert, with host Michael Barone, can be enjoyed here.
Filler – VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Rhosymedre (see above)
CLARENCE MADER: Bell Serenade. PAMELA DECKER: My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me (iv.), fr The Seven Last Words and Triumph of Christ –Jacob Benda (1949-2008 Wicks/Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis MN (r. 8-5-18)
MARK SEDIO: Now to the Holy Spirit let us pray. ROBERT FARLEE: I, the Lord of sea and sky. JAN BENDER: O God, our help in ages past, fr Op. 81 –David Fienen (1978 Hendrickson/1st Lutheran Church, Saint Peter, MN) (r. 3-12-16)
WILLIAM BOLCOM: Gospel Preludes, Book IV (Sometimes I feel like a motherless child – Sweet hour of prayer – Fantasy on O Zion haste & How firm a foundation) –Marilyn Mason (1964 Aeolian-Skinner/Riverside Church, New York, NY) (r. 5-10-88) Pipedreams CD-1001
Filler – DECKER (see above)
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