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Clarion - Music for Trumpet and Organ Lippincott  - Philadelphia Brass
Clarion-Trumpet & Organ
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Concert performances by David Dahl on the Fritts organ of Pacific Lutheran University! Honored as Distinguished Alumnus by PLU and awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Organ Historical Society, Dahl has been an influential organist, teacher and advocate for the organ. Includes Guilmant's Symphony (with the PLU Orchestra)! The trumpet/organ ensemble Clarion specializes in new and difficult works for organ and trumpet.  Included here are several world premier recordings. The virtuoso brass ensemble, Philadelphia Brass join organist Joan Lippincott at the large Mander organ of Princeton University Chapel in this grand recording, animated by a large acoustical space.
Organ Music of Franz Liszt - Donald Sutherland A Brass and Organ Christmas - Bay Brass - John Fenstermaker New Vintage - Music for Trumpet & Organ - Clarion
The 1994 Lively-Fulcher organ includes significant amounts of pipework from the church's original 1895 Carl Barckhoff. Two 16-foot choruses on the manuals, plus a solo division with Bombarde's and cornet, and a full pedal with two 32-foot stops provide the gravitas required by Liszt's organ works.
Head of the organ faculty at Peabody, Donald Sutherland is a Liszt expert, and renders this repertoire with drama and excitement. The addition of Lizst's "Cujus animan" (a transcription Rossini's Stabat mater for trombone and organ is a delicious bonus.Generous acousticsput it all together in this superb recording.
One of the Bay area's leading brass ensembles teams up with John Fenstermaker on the Grace Cathedral organ for a program that fills the Gothic space with sounds of Christmas.  A sonic spectacular! A recording of newly-commissioned works for organ and trumpet by Clarion!  Extensive notes on the music and the composers.  Melody Turnquist Steed is currently organist at Westwood United Methodist Church in Westwood, CA, and has been the recipient of many awards, including the Virgil Fox Award in Organ Performance from USC, an award given only twice since its inception. Keith Benjamin is widely sought as a trumpeter and has commissioned and premiered works by many contemporary composers.  "New Vintage" is new music for a well-established pair of instruments.
Bach - Sinfonia - Organ Concertos - Joan Lippincott Craig Phillips - A Festival Song - All Saints Beverly Hills - Thomas Foster Out of This World - Boston Brass - J. Melvin Butler
Bach concertos for organ and orchestra?  Joan Lippincott makes a compelling and logical case for constructing organ concertos from the "organ sinfonias" of Bach's cantatas.  Booklet includes essay on these organ solo+orchestra pieces by noted Bach scholar, George Stauffer. World Premier Recordings!  In addition to his work as a composer of religious music, Craig Phillips has composed a substantial number of works for organ as well as several chamber pieces scored for solo instruments with organ accompaniment. This recording includes works for a cappella chorus and accompanied chorus, as well as works for organ plus other instruments. The Boston Brass is paired with Mel Butler on the landmark Flentrop organ of St. Mark's Cathedral in Seattle for this sonic spectacular! "Blast Off" with the world premiere recordings of Bruce Edward Miller's Pluto: The Last Planet; land in stormy Seattle with "Here's That Rainy Day" (Jimmy van Heusen). Also included: Solemn Entry by Strauss, Poeme Heroique by Dupre and Grand Choeur Dialogue by Gigout. 24-bit recording.  
 
This is a CD of quality that should long be remembered. - The Organ magazine (UK)
A Grand Celebration - The Philadelphia Orchestra live with the Wanamaker Organ & Peter Conte Hear the Christmas Angels/Washington National Cathedral Choirs Sound from Heaven/Washington National Cathedral
After a wait of over eighty years, the vast tonal palette of The Philadelphia Orchestra is joined, once more, with the world’s greatest symphonic pipe organ for this historic concert! Recorded live, September 27, 2008. Includes Joseph Jongen's Symphonie concertante, which was commissioned for the Wanamaker organ and the Phildelphia Orchestra in the 1920's, but never performed together until this "Grand Celebration". A collection of favorite hymns and carols from Washington National Cathedral, with the choirs of the Cathedral, the Cathedral Orchestra, and members of the Washington Symphonic Brass. This recording brings together a splendid tapestry of music from the Franco-Belgian tradition, including traditional Gregorian chant, monody from the Notre Dame Conductus which flourished in Paris circa 1200, and the medieval "Messe de Tournai." This music is paired with the excerpts from the Pentecost Mass for organ by Olivier Messiaen, the 20th century Roman Catholic mystic; also Messiaen's choral motet, "O Sacrum Convivium," and music from the Cathedral's 53-bell carillon.
Washington National Cathedral Wanamaker Centennial Concert My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice
Scott Dettra presents a program of large-organ favorites on this, the final recording of the Washington National Cathedral's Great Organ. Recorded live at the concert marking The Wanamaker Organ Centennial, Peter Conte and Symphony in C play large-scale works for organ and orchestra. The lyrical, soulful sound of the flugelhorn is paired with the orchestral rich colors of the Wanamaker organ in this beautiful recording. Popular melodies abound, from the "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" theme to Debussy's "Clair de Lune."
Following a disastrous fire, Somers Congregational Church (Somers, CT) rebuilt their church and commissioned a new Richards-Fowkes organ The organ and acoustics are perfect for chamber music and intimate performances of organ solo literature. The third in a series celebrating 50 years of the Flentrop organ at Saint Mark's Cathedral in Seattle! Trumpeter Fred Sautter and organist Roger Sherman team up to play both famous and infamous works for trumpet and organ. "The Prince of Denmark", Purcell Trumpet Voluntary and the theme from Masterpiece Theatre are all here, along with famous solo works for organ: Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor, the "Little" G minor Fugue, and Franck's Chorale in E major. Also included is William Albright's "Jericho: Battle Music"---a dramatic work for trumpet and organ which is infamous for the virtuosity required of both players.
   
 
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