Episode #1612

Michael Barone Presents Easter Pipe Organ Music

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Sunday, March 27, 2016

On Easter Sunday at 11 pm, Michael Barone hosts a program of lesser-known organ works written for the holiday and featuring performances from around the world. Among the selections are recordings of composer-organists Charles Callahan and Daniel Roth performing their own works.

Program Playlist:

Charles Callahan: Easter Victory 
Charles Callahan (1992 Heritage/All Saint’s Church, Buffalo, NY)

Martin Duben: Praeludium PedaliterErstanden ist der heilig Christ (4 verses)
Hans-Ola Ericsson (1997 Grönlunds/Morrfjärdens Church, Sweden)

Jean-François Dandrieu: Easter Offertory (O Filii et Filiae)
Michel Colin (1986 Cabourdin/Notre Dame des Victoires, St. Raphaël, France)

Daniel Roth: Resurrexi Improvisation (with chant)
Choeur gregorien de Paris/Thibaut Marlin, director; Eric Lebrun & Daniel Roth (1862 Cavaillé-Coll/St. Sulpice, Paris, France)

Charles-Marie Widor: Surrexit a mortuis No. 1, Op. 23
Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal; Les Chantres Musiciens/Gilbert Patenaude, director; Jonathan Oldengarm &Vincent Boucher (1961 Beckerath/St. Joseph Oratory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

Paul de Malengreau: "Tumult in the Praetorium" from Symphonie de la Passion, Op. 20
Harry Wilkinson (1931 Skinner/Girard College Chapel, Philadelphia, PA)

William Byrd: In resurrection tua
Hereford Cathedral Choir/Geraint Bowen, director; Peter Dyke (1892 Willis/Hereford Cathedral, England)

Charles Villiers Stanford: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem 
Hereford Cathedral Choir/Geraint Bowen, director; Peter Dyke (1892 Willis/Hereford Cathedral, England)

William Mathias: Chorale (Easter 1996)
Richard Lea (1967 Walker/Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool, England)

Paul Winter: Overture to a New Day (Night into dawnDance of all beings)
Paul Winter Consort; White Eagle Singers; Paul Halley (1951 Aeolian-Skinner/Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY)

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