2022 Juget-Sinclair/Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, VA
2022 Juget-Sinclair/Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, VA

Concert Clippings #2341

. . . selections from extremely diverse recital performances recorded in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio and Virginia.

Hour 1

J. S. BACH (trans. Rübsam):  Chaconne in d, fr Solo Violin Partita No, 2, BWV 1004Wolfgang Rübsam (1987 Kney/St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel, University of St. Thomas; Saint Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 10/1/22).  A commercial release of this music is available as Brilliant Classics 96846.

DAVID HURDFantasia on Wondrous Love (2016).  HURDThe Adoration, fr Te Deum Laudamus (1981) –David Hurd (1966 Schlicker/Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 3/27/22)

VINCENT YOUMANSSing Hallelujah, fr Hit the DeckRICHARD RODGERSThe King & I MedleyJelani Eddington (2019 Wurlitzer/Carma Labs, Milwaukee, WI) PD Archive (r. 6/18/19)

Filler – YOUMANS (see above)

Hour 2

ANTONIO de CABEZONLlano & 2 GlasadosFRANZ DANKSAGMÜLLEREstampie.  *JONATHAN MOYERFabordones con glosas (improvisation) –Jonathan Moyer (1989 Harrold/Warner Concert Hall, Oberlin, OH) *assisted by William Rehwinkle (1974 Flentrop/Warner Concert Hall, Oberlin, OH) PD Archive (r. 11/10/19)   

JOHANN GOTTFRIED WALTHERPartita, Jesu, meine FreudeCAMILLE SAINT-SAËNSAllegretto (No. 4), fr 7 Improvisations, Op. 150JOSEF RHEINBERGERSonata No. 3 in G. Op. 88Bruce Stevens (2022 Juget-Sinclair/Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, VA) PD Archive (r. 9/23/22)

Filler – BACH (see above)

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