An Appleton Anthology, Lois Regestein, organist

An Appleton Anthology, Lois Regestein, organist
Item# OAR-600
$14.98

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Lois Regestein plays seven elegant organs built 1812-1843 by Bostonian Thomas Appleton, the revered cabinetmaker who became the leader of New England’s second generation of organbuilders. Devoted to the task of documenting these exquisite organs located in five Eastern states (South Carolina to Maine), Lois Regestein has drawn much praise for her indefatigable effort that has yielded stellar results. The CD booklet includes notes and photos of each organ, notes on the vast array of repertoire, and historical notes by Appleton’s greatest biographer, Barbara Owen. This CD is at the pressing plant and will be delivered in late December.

Metropolitan Museum, New York, 1830 Thomas Appleton
August Wilhelm Bach (1796-1869): Prelude & Fugue in D Major
Franz Kotzwara (1730-1791): The Battle of Prague

Congregational Church, Phillipston, Massachusetts, 1812 Goodrich & Appleton
George Frederick Handel (1685-1759): Flute Solo and Gigue
Thomas Arne (1710-1778): Organ Solo from Concerto No. 6 in B-flat Major
James Hewitt (1770-1827): The Star Spangled Banner

Second Congregational Church, Middle Haddam, Connecticut, 1827
Charles Zeuner (1795-1857):
Grand Centennial March (first section)
Chorale Prelude, Vom Himmel hoch
Fantasia & Fugue in c minor/C Major

John Stanley (1713-1786): Voluntary IX in G Major

Chapel of the Good Shepherd, St. Philip’s Church, Charleston, South Carolina, 1839
Benjamin Yarnold (b.? - 1787): March
Franz Zaver Murschhauser (1663-1738): Lasst uns das Kindelein wiegen per imitationem Cuculi
Daniel Pinkham (b.1923): Gabriel, from Saints’ Days
Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706): Magnificat (two settings) on the 9th Psalm Tone

Reformed Church, Leeds, New York, 1843
G. F. Handel (1685-1759):
Sarabande
Flute Solo
Aria, O Had I Jubal’s Lyre

Adriano Banchieri (1568-1634): Dialogo
Charles Wesley (1757-1834): Voluntary

Methodist Church, Nantucket, Massachusetts, 1830-1831
Louise Mundinger (b. 1955): Variation on Nettleton
S. S. Wesley (1810-1876): Choral Song and Fugue
Benjamin Carr (1769-1831): Flute Voluntary

St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Yarmouth, Maine, 1840
Benjamin Carr: Flute Voluntary
Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780): Fantasia à gusto italiano
Henry Purcell (1656-1695): Volantary for ye Duble Organ
G. F. Handel: Angels Ever Bright and Fair
John Travers (ca.1703-1758): Trumpet Voluntary
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847): Prelude in d minor, Op. 37, No. 3