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Organist James Vivian plays the Harrison & Harrison pipe organ in the Temple Church in London. Vivian, formerly the Assistant Organist of Lincoln Cathedral and Organ Scholar at King's College, Cambridge, is the Director of Music (Organist and Master of the Choristers) at the College of St. George, Windsor Castle. This recording features the famous Harrison & Harrison organ of Temple church in a program of Alcock, J.S. Bach, Buxtehude, Leighton, Raison, Shostakovich and Willan.
This recording comes with extensive documentation: notes on the music, stoplist and numerous photos and a written interview with the artist.
There are a limited number of CD of this title left. The recording can also be downloaded from iTunes. You have the option to download this recording as a 16-bit WAVE file from Abeille Music in France.
|1||Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue in e-flat minor: Introduction||Healey Willan|
|2||Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue in e-flat minor: Passacaglia||Healey Willan|
|3||Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue in e-flat minor: Fugue||Healey Willan|
|4||Passacaglia in d minor, BuxWV 161||Deitrich Buxtehude|
|5||Prelude, Scherzo & Passacaglia, Op. 41: Prelude||Kenneth Leighton|
|6||Prelude, Scherzo & Passacaglia, Op. 41: Scherzo||Kenneth Leighton|
|7||Prelude, Scherzo & Passacaglia, Op. 41: Passacaglia||Kenneth Leighton|
|8||The Premier Livre d'Orgue: Second Mass: Christe: Trio en Passacaille||Andre Raison|
|9||Passacaglia and Fugue in c minor, BWV 582: Passacaglia||Johann Sebastian Bach|
|10||Passacaglia and Fugue in c minor, BWV 582: Fugue||Johann Sebastian Bach|
|12||Introduction & Passacaglia (1933): Introduction||Walter Alcock|
|13||Introduction & Passacaglia (1933): Passacaglia||Walter Alcock|
Photographs of the Pipe Organ and Location