The 18th-Century English Organ: A Celebration

The 18th-Century English Organ: A Celebration
Item# CDPLE2001
$22.95

Product Description

John Wellingham plays the Richard Seede organ built in 1785 and located in the chapel of Lulworth Castle, Dorset, England. A program of 18th-century works demonstrates the sound of the organ as restored by William Drake from 1985 to 1989. The CD booklet contains a history of the chapel itself, as well as of the organ and its restoration, and also notes on the works performed and a number of interesting photos.

CROFT: Trumpet Overture; HANDEL: Concerto in F, Op. 4. No. 5; Allegro & Gavotte from the Overture to Ottone; BOYCE: Voluntary III in C; GREENE: Voluntary in F, Voluntary in D; ARNE: Introduction and Fugue in C, Sonata VI in G minor/major; STANLEY: Voluntary in G, Op. 5, No. 3; Concerto in G, Op 6, No. 3; BENNETT: Voluntary X in D; CORELLI: Sonata in C, Op. 4, No. 1; PRELLEUR: Voluntary in D minor/major