Anna Lapwood at the Proms #2333
. . . the social media’s charismatic pipe organ maven performs at Royal Albert Hall during England’s foremost summer music festival.
KRISTINA ARKELYAN: Star Fantasy. GHISLAINE REECE-TRAPP: In Paradisum. OLIVIA BELLI: Lumina Luminus (premiere). HANS ZIMMER: I stay, fr Interstellar. FLORENCE PRICE: Elf on a moonbeam. PHILIP GLASS: Mad Rush. ZIMMER: Cornfield chase, fr Interstellar –Anna Lapwood (Royal Albert Hall) (r. 7/25/23)
Filler – ARKELYAN (see above)
CLAUDE DEBUSSY (trans. Guilmant): Andantino (iii.), fr String Quartet. DEBUSSY (trans. Lapwood): Clair de lune, fr Suite Bergamasque. ZIMMER: No time for caution, fr Interstellar –Anna Lapwood (1871 Willis-1933 Harrison & Harrison-2004 Mander/Royal Albert Hall, London, England) (r. 7/25/23)
Filler - W. T. BEST: Introduction, Variations & Finale to “God Save the Queen” –Thomas Trotter (Royald Albert Hall) Regent 322
Anna Lapwood has released several albums for Signum Records as organ soloist and director of the Choir of Pembroke College. Her latest album, featuring much of the music heard in this Proms concert, will be issued by Sony Classical.
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