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How Sweet The Sound (1998)

1998 recording of John Longhurst, Clay Christiansen, and Richard Elliott playing the Tabernacle organ, featuring works by Arne, Bach, Reger, Shearing, Wagner, Widor, and others.

  • Language English
  • Media Types CD

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  1. TracksTrack TitleTrack Time
  2. 01 Processional 3:42
    Music By
    William Mathias
    Other
    performed by John Longhurst
  3. 02 Flute Solo 2:26
    Music By
    Thomas Arne
    Other
    performed by Richard Elliott
  4. 03 Prelude in B Minor, BWV 544 6:42
    Music By
    Johannn Sebastian Bach
    Other
    performed by John Longhurst
  5. 04 Fugue in B Minor, BWV 544 5:56
    Music By
    Johannn Sebastian Bach
    Other
    performed by John Longhurst
  6. 05 Benedictus, Op. 59, No. 9 5:01
    Music By
    Max Reger
    Other
    performed by Clay Christiansen
  7. 06 A Trumpet Minuet 4:25
    Music By
    Alfred Hollins
    Other
    performed by Clay Christiansen
  8. 07 Adagio in E Major 5:37
    Music By
    Frank Bridge
    Other
    performed by John Longhurst
  9. 08 Aira 4:19
    Music By
    Charles Callahan
    Other
    performed by Clay Christiansen
  10. 09 Moto ostinato, from Nedelni Hudba 5:25
    Music By
    Petr Eben
    Other
    performed by Clay Christiansen
  11. 10 Adagio from Symphonie VI 8:24
    Music By
    Charles-Marie Widor
    Other
    performed by Richard Elliott
  12. 11 Amazing Grace 3:55
    Music By
    George Shearing
    Other
    performed by John Longhurst
  13. 12 Prelude to Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg 10:16
    Music By
    Richard Wagner
    Other
    performed by Richard Elliott

Description

BWE Classics, item BWE 0221 (CD); no longer available; John Longhurst, Clay Christiansen, and Richard Elliott, organists