Host's Choice #2244
. . . the contents of this program are left to the whim of the fellow who is in charge.
EDWARD BAIRSTOW: Prelude in C –Callum Alger (1895 Walker/St. Matthew’s Church, Northampton, England) Regent 572
JOHN BERTALOT: Variations for Pedals on Regent Square –John Robinson (1969 Walker-2002 Wood/Blackburn Cathedral, England) Regent 561
WILLIAM WALTON (trans. Winpenny): March for A History of the English-Speaking Peoples –Benjamin Sheen (2018 Dobson/St. Thomas Church New York, NY) CRD 3541
J. S. BACH: Chorale Fantasy, Komm, heiliger Geist, Herre Gott, BWV 651 –William Porter (1984 Fritts-Richards/St. Alphonsus Parish, Seattle, WA) PD Archive (r. 7/5/22)
JUAN CABANILLES: Corrente italiana. FRANCIS JACKSON: Hymn and Prelude, East Ackham –Katelyn Emerson (2006 Fritts/Cathedral of St. Joseph, Columbus, OH) PD Archive (r. 8/4/22)
CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS (trans. Lemare-Gaynor-Horowitz): Danse macabre –Thomas Gaynor (1932 Midmer-Losch/Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ) PD Archive (r. 7/14/22)
Filler – BAIRSTOW (see above)
CHARLES-VALENTIN ALKAN: 2 Preludes, fr Op. 66 (No. 10 in b; No. 9 in D-flat) –Helmut Deutsch (1881 Dalstein & Härpfer/St. Sebastian Church, Nancy, France) Organum Musik Produktion 131032
LEO SOWERBY: Very slowly, fr Sonatine. ROBERT ANDERSON: Canticle of Praise –Robert Anderson (1961 Holtkamp/St. John’s Benedictine Abbey, Collegeville, MN) PD Archive (r. 12/2/75)
SAMUEL ADLER: 2 Pieces from Choral Trilogy (Why have you forsaken me?; Sing a new song to God) –Gloria Dei Cantores/Richard Pugsley; Clara Gerdes (Badern-Skinner/Church of the Transfiguration, Orleans, MA) GDC 066
FRED SWANN: Trumpet Tune. PAMELA DECKER: Espueita (ii.), fr Flores del Desierto. JEHAN ALAIN: Litanies –Emma Whitten (1982 Aeolian-Skinner+Ruffatti/Christ Cathedral, Garden Grove, CA) Gothic 49338
Filler – BACH BWV 651 (see above)
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