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2020 Choral Sampler For All the Saints - Choir of All Saints Beverly Hills / Phillips Voices of the Hanse, vol. 1 / Moyer
2020 Choral Sampler
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Craig Phillips, a leading composer of new American Anglican choral music, is presented here in his first album as a conductor. The program of music for All Saints’ includes the iconic hymns “For All the Saints” and “Amazing Grace,” contemporary motets by Tavener, Pärt and four premiere recordings of Phillips new compositions.
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A prominent element in the shared culture of cities of the Hanseatic League were the pipe organs. Jonathan Moyer begins a series on these remarkable instruments in Lubeck, on an organ with pipework from the mid-1400s. Expanded by Stellwagen in 1637, the "north" organ in St Jakobi was an important model in the revival of historical styles of organ building in the 20th century.
God Bless the U.S.A. - Andrew Wilson and the Willamette Master Chorus, Paul Klemme, director - Digital Download Bach: From Luneburg to Weimar / Roger Sherman Bach at Saint Mark's  / Roger Sherman
Our first SINGLE, this is a remix of track 15 from our album G-49295 ("The Call: A Concert for Veteran's Day"). Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the U.S.A." has been covered in different styles by many famous artists (including Beyoncé). This spirited performance is by Andrew Wilson, and includes the 55-voice Willamette Master Chorus directed by Paul Klemme. Part a series of concert recordings celebrating 50 years of the Flentrop organ at Saint Mark's Cathedral (Seattle). This concert explores works
from Bach's earliest days through the end of his time in Weimar. Major works on this program include the Chorale Partita: "O Gott, du frommer
Gott", The "Gigue" G major Fugue, the Prelude and Fugue in F minor (BWV 534), and the Prelude and Fugue in A minor (BWV 543).
Part a series of concert recordings celebrating 50 years of the Flentrop organ at Saint Mark's Cathedral (Seattle). Major works on this program include the Prelude and Fugue in C minor ("Arnstadt"), Toccata and Fugue in D minor ("Dorian"), Fantasie and Fugue in G minor (BWV 542), Fugue on the Magnificat and three large "Leipzig" chorales.
Perkins: A New England Requiem A Tribute to Yuko Hayashi - Rakich Decker Plays Decker, v.5 - Pamela Decker, Doug Cleveland, Edward Landin Senn
Decker plays Decker vol. 5: Tributes
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With "A New England Requiem", Scott Perkins joins traditional Latin mass texts and poems by Dickinson, Longfellow, Hawthorne and Sigourney. Additional works by Perkins set familiar sacred texts in a cappella and orchestral arrangements. More information about Scott Perkins: here. The first recording of Richards-Fowkes Opus 16 in Goodson Chapel at Duke University Divinity School! The chapel space presents a warm acoustical environment, allowing the organ to project a solid but unforced sound. The new organ is a gem among the extraordinary collection of organs at Duke.

Rakich is known for creative programming and this recording includes many unusual pieces, such as a Mendelssohn Prelude and Fugue (transcribed), the famous Concertino in D by Chaminade with Wendy Rolfe, flute, three new toccatas by James Woodman, and more.


This fifth volume in the series Decker Plays Decker includes the premier recording of "The Seven Last Words and Triumph of Christ" - played by Doug Cleveland. Edward Landin Senn plays Decker's Praeludium and Decker plays her own Fantasy on the name of Roy Andrew Johnson. Also included is a beautiful "Meditation" by Decker's husband, Ken Yukl. All performance on the Flentrop organ of Saint Mark's Cathedral (Seattle).

Decker's playing in awe-inspiring, commanding, and exhilarating." -- Fanfare
Heavenly Display - Georgia State University Singers, Deanna Joseph Mendelssohn Sonatas / Davidsson Hodie! Dale Warland Singers
Arrangements of five Shaker songs by Kevin Siegfried provide the structure for this album of 20th and 21st century choral works. The texts for this program explore themes of peace, a parent's love, and awe in God's creation, concluding with two motets for Advent and Christmas.

This extraordinary choir is directed by Deanna Joseph and was recorded in the warm acoustics of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church in Atlanta.
Re-imagined as a single work in 18 movements, the Mendelssohn Sonatas receive a new interpretation based on historical perspectives by Hans Davidsson. The 1806 Shiorlin organ in Gammalkil, Sweden provides unique tonal possibilities of Mendelssohn's great work for organ. The second release in the Dale Warland Live Series features a Christmas program which includes Britten's "A Ceremony of Carols" in its SATB version, Pinkhams's "Company at the Creche" and his brilliant Christmas Cantata with brass and organ.
Tidings of Comfort & Joy / Choirs of St Philip (Atlanta) Adelmann Dedication of a Cathedral / Romeri Decker Plays Decker, v.4 - Pamela Decker & Faythe Freese
Decker Plays Decker, v.4 - Museum of the Dance / Decker, Freese
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This recording provides a glimpse of both festive and intimate sounds heard during the season of Christmas at the Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta. Included are premier recordings by Craig Phillips, Charles Beaudrot, Frank Boles, Stephen Paulus and Howard Helvey. Brass and percussion from the Atlanta Symphony join the choirs.
July 17, 2019 marked the day Christ Cathedral (formerly the Crystal Cathedral) was dedicated to be the liturgical and artistic center for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. The music for that service is presented here, which includes many original works commissioned for the occasion.
Composer Pamela Decker performs another program of her highly acclaimed work! This time she is joined by Faythe Freese, who plays "The Freese Suite" which was commissioned and dedicated to her. Both organists were recorded on the great 4M/58-stop Flentrop organ of St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle. With six seconds of reverberation and 24-bit-recording technology, these CDs are audiophile gems as well as world-premiere recordings!
The Anglo-American Classic Organ/Dettra Salome's Dance - Parkins - Digital Download Reflections of Light/Laver
Scott Dettra plays a varied program on the Anglo-American Classic organ of Church of the Incarnation (Dallas). Formerly organist of the Washington National Cathedral, Dettra is acclaimed as one of America's leading concert organists.
Robert Parkins plays the newly renovated 1932 Aeolian organ at Duke - the last built by this builder and their only organ of this size and significance built for a church. His unusual program includes American works influenced by German Romantic, jazz and blues traditions. Anne Laver explores works about celestial light, with examples from a wide variety of styles, including the rarely heard Fantasy and Fugue by Heinrich Reimann. Played on the large Paul Fritts organ at St Joseph Cathedral in Columbus, OH.
Muehleisen: But Who Shall Return US Our Children / Choral Arts NW / Bode (2 CDs!) The 17th Century French Harpsichord / Sherman - Digital Download O Beauty Ever Ancient Ever New - Choir of St James (LA) / Buonemani
American composer John Muehleisen explores the costs of war from the point of view of the families left behind - specifically the loss of Rudyard and Carrie Kipling's son John during WWI. Robert Bode, directing Choral Arts Northwest, premieres "But Who Shall Return Us Our Children: A Kipling Passion" in this live concert recording. Roger W. Sherman plays a recital featuring Keith Hill's 17-century French harpsichord, inspired by an instrument by Tibault. Music by D'Angelbert, F. Couperin and Jacques Duphly. The Choir of St James Episcopal (LA) under the direction of James Buonemani presents a program of meditative works, including several premiere recordings. We suggest you sample track 11 first, and click on the CD image cover to read more about this recording.
The First Organ Concertos / Ars Lyrica, Dirst
The First Organ Concertos / Ars Lyrica, Dirst
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What were the first organ concertos? This recording proposes new evidence of the earliest in the genre by Bach and Handel. Matthew Dirst plays the Fritts organ of St Philip Presbyterian Church, Houston with Ars Lyrica Houston.
   
 
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