Bradley Hunter Welch
Bradley Hunter Welch
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Onstage with Bradley Hunter Welch #2302

. . . a concert performance, with commentary, recorded at Bethel University in Minnesota.

Hour One

J. S. BACHToccata & Fugue in d, BWV 565MAX DRISCHNERVariations on O laufet, ihr HirtenRAYMOND HAANPastorale, fr 3 Lyric PiecesFREDERICK SWANNTrumpet TuneCHARLES-MARIE WIDORAndante sostenuto, fr Symphonie Gothique (No. 9), Op. 70EUGENE GIGOUTToccata in bHERBERT HOWELLSRhapsody No. 1 in D-flat, Op. 17, no. 1MARCEL DUPRÉPrelude & Fugue in B, Op. 7, no. 1.

Filler – DRISCHNER (see above)

Hour Two

BACHWachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645 -Bradley Hunter Welch (1952 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Luke’s Methodist Church, Kilgore, TX) PD Archive (r. 11/9/15)

TOMASO ALBINONI (trans. Cowan & Welch):  Adagio in g –Ken Cowan & Bradley Hunter Welch (1996 Casavant/Broadway Baptist Church, Fort Worth, TX) Pro Organo 7275

WILLIAM ALBRIGHTJig for the Feet, fr Organbook IIIEDWARD ELGAR (arr. Harris/Welch):  Nimrod, from Enigma Variations, Op. 36AARON DAVID MILLER:  Chorale Fantasy, Lobe den HerrenSWANN (arr.):  Amazing GraceBradley Hunter Welch (2003 Blackinton/Benson Great Hall, Bethel University, Arden Hills, MN) PD Archive (r. 9/23/2022)

Filler – DUPRE (see above)

Bradley’s discography includes:

Also check out the Preston Hollow Sessions, interesting ‘behind-the-music’ conversations filmed with Artist-in-Residence Bradley Hunter Welch and Music Director Stephen Jobman at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, TX.

2003 Blackinton
2003 Blackinton/Bethel University, Saint Paul, MN
Bethel University

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