Are You Still Listening? #2340
. . . an ear-catching assortment of recently released albums of organ music.
JOAQUIN NIN-CULMELL: Glorieux (Le Vent; Alleluia; La ceinture mystique; Ave Regina; La couronne mystique), fr Symphonie des Mysteries –St. Martin Chamber Choir/Timothy Krueger; Richard Robertson (1996 Morel/Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Denver, CO) Toccata Classics 0011
Filler – MILLER (see above)
RICHARD WAGNER (arr. Thalban-Ball): Grand March, fr Tannhäuser –George Thalben-Ball. MONTAGUE PHILLIPS: A Forest Melody –Reginald Goss-Custard (1929 Willis/Alexandra Palace, London, England; recorded 1930/1) MUSHOS 0121. More information about the present situation regarding this famous instrument is available from the Alexandra Palace Organ Appeal.
J. S. BACH: Orgelbüchlein Chorale-prelude, Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 636. SIETZE de VRIES: Neues Orgelbüchlein Chorale-improvisations (Christ unser Herr; Erbarm dich mein; Wo soll ich fliehen hin; Ach Gott unser Herr; Allein zu dir) –Sietze de Vries (1692 Schnitger/Martinikerk, Groningen & 1734 Hinsz/Petruskerk, Leens, Netherlands) Fugue State Records 16
Filler – ROMBERG (see above)
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