Jeremy Filsell plays the famous organ of the National Cathedral, Washington, DC, in compositions created during the Cathedral’s first century by American-based composers, many affiliated with the Cathedral which has championed American music since it opened in 1912. The organ was originally built in 1937 by E. M. Skinner & Son.
Raymond Weidner: Scherzo (Alleluia)
Gerre Hancock: Variations on Palm Beach
Nancy Faxon: Toccata
Sowerby: Were you there?
Sowerby: Toccata, Carillon
Gerald Near: Sonata in 3 mvts
George Baker: Berceuse- paraphrase Silent Night
Pamela Decker: La Pantera
David Briggs: 3 Preludes & Fugues “Homage ŕ Dupré”
Richard Dirksen: Urbs Beata
Dan Gawthrop: Elegy, Caprice
Coke-Jephcott: Fantasie on a National Air
Richard Purvis: Novelette II & A Retrospection
Douglas Major: Concertino in 3 mvts