1907 Hutchings-Votey + 2000 Rosales
1907 Hutchings-Votey + 2000 Rosales
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AGO Seattle 2022 (II) #2347

. . . the sonorities of Saint James Cathedral, featuring scintillating concert performances and a splendid Choral Vespers Service.

Hour 1

 J. S. BACHAllegro (i.), fr Concerto in C, BWV 594 after Vivaldi Violin Concerto Grosso Mogul in D, RV. 208)  GEORGE BAKERLe Tombeau de Jean Langlais (premiere). – Stefan Engels (1907 Hutchings-Votey + 2000 Rosales) (r. 7/5/22

JESSICA FRENCHAnthem, Earth, strike up your music (premiere). VARIOUS:  Office of Evening Prayer for the Feast of Saint James the Great, including HERBERT HOWELLSMagnificat, fr Collegium RegaleCathedral Choir/Joseph Adam; Christopher Stroh (1907 Hutchings-Votey/2000 Rosales) (r. 7/5/22

MARCEL DUPRÉLes Cloches de Perros-Guirec, fr Suite bretonne, Op. 21Nicolas Kynaston (Hutchings-Votey/Rosales) (r. 7/6/2000)

Filler – BACHConcerto in C, BWV 594, 3rd movement (see above)

Hour 2

DUPRÉBerceuse, fr Suite bretonne, Op. 21Nicolas Kynaston (Hutchings-Votey/Rosales) (r. 7/6/2000)

JESSICA FRENCHChoral Responsory, Pilgrimage (premiere) –Cathedral Choir/Joseph Adam; Christopher Stroh (Hutchings-Votey/Rosales)

SIGFRID KARG-ELERTChaconne and Fugue Trilogy with Choral, Op. 73Stefan Engels (Hutchings-Votey/Rosales)

Filler – DUPREFileuse, fr Suite Bretonne (see above)

This is the second of an evolving series of programs of performances recorded in and around Seattle during the 2022 National Convention of the American Guild of Organists, though the Kynaston performances were recorded during the previous AGO convention in Seattle in 2000 and heard here for the first time.  The next AGO National Convention will take place in San Francisco, CA (June 30-July 4, 2024).

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