From Colleges, Castles and Cathedrals

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Sunday, October 03, 2010

On this week's Pipedreams, the splendid sounds of organs in the United Kingdom resonate with pleasurable grandeur. Hear performances from St. Paul's Cathedral, Exeter College Chapel, Salibury Cathedral, and elsewhere.

Music played in the program

FRANCIS JACKSON: Fanfare, Op. 18 –Colin Walsh (1898 Willis/Lincoln Cathedral, England, UK) Priory DVD4

MALCOLM BOYLE: Anthem, Thou, o God, art praised in Sion –Eton College Choir, Ralph Allwood, conductor; David Goode (1902 Hill/Eton College Chapel, Windsor, England, UK) Signum 115

JOHN STANLEY: Voluntary in D, Op. 6, no. 6 –Margaret Phillips (1743 Griffin/St. Helen, Bishopsgate, London, Englan, UK) Regent 190

GEOFFREY BUSH: Trumpet March –Huw Williams (1872 Willis; 1992 Mander/St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, England, UK) Priory 5037

HERBERT HOWELLS: Coventry Antiphon –Exeter College Choir, Alistair Reid, conductor; Richard Moore (1994 Walker/Exeter College Chapel, Oxford, England, UK)

HERBERT HOWELLS: Allegro scherzando, fr 6 Short Pieces; Anthem, I love all beauteous things; Allegro impetuoso, fr 6 Short Pieces –Dublin’s Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Judy Martin, conductor; Tristan Russcher (1887 Gran & Davidson/St. Bartholomew’s Church, Dublin, Ireland) Signum 151

HAROLD DARKE: Chorale Prelude on a Theme of Tallis, Op. 20, no. 3 –Peter Dyke (1933 Willis-2004 Harrison/Hereford Cathedral, England, UK) Priory 1029

DAVID HALLS: Jubilate –Girls Choristers & Lay Clerks of Salisbury Cathedral, David Halls, conductor; Daniel Cook (1876 Willis/Salisbury Cathedral, England, UK) Priory 1033

GARTH EDMUNDSON: Toccata, Vom Himmel hoch –Ian Tracey (1926 Willis/Anglican Cathedral, Liverpool, England, UK) Priory DVD 1

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