From the Cathedral of Saint Paul #2249
. . . concert performances from Minnesota’s capitol city and the big domed church on the hill.
JEAN-PHILIPPE RAMEAU (trans. Robin): Ouverture & Les Sauvages, fr Les Indes Galantes. GEORGE BIZET (trans. Robin): Entr’Acte, fr Carmen. CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Allegro (i.), fr Symphony No. 6 in g Op.42, no. 2. CLAUDE DEBUSSY (trans. Robin): Clair de lune, fr Suite Bergamasque. ISAAC ALBENIZ (trans. Robin): Asturias. MARCEL DUPRÉ: Sketch in b-flat, Op. 41, no. 2. JEAN-BAPTISTE ROBIN: Improvisation –Jean-Baptiste Robin (1927 Skinner-2013 Quimby/Cathedral of St. Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 10/30/14)
Filler – WIDOR/Robin (see above)
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WIDOR: Toccata (i.) & Finale (vi.), fr Symphony No. 4 in f, Op. 13, no. 4 –Samuel Holmberg (1927 Skinner-2013 Quimby/Cathedral of St. Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 8/21/14)
LOUIS VIERNE: Hymne au Soleil, Op. 53, no. 3, and Etoile du Soir, Op. 54, no. 3, fr Fantasy Pieces. DAVID BRIGGS: Introduction, Chorale & Fugue on a British Theme –Wilma Jensen (1927 Skinner & 2013 Quimby/Cathedral of St. Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 2/1/18 – Ms. Jensen was 90 years old when she played this concert!)
VIERNE: Cantabile (iv.) & Final (v.), fr Symphony No. 2 in e, Op. 30 –Lawrence A. Young (1963 Aeolian-Skinner/Cathedral of St. Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 5/18/79) This recording features the gallery organ before its comprehensive re-formatting in 2013.
Filler – WIDOR/Holmberg (see above)
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