At the Church of the Immaculate Conception Farm Street, London, where Guy Weitz played for 50 years, David Graham begins a survey of Weitz’s works. Also included on this program are three works which Weitz himself included on a program to re-open the organ after a remodeling of the organ by G. Donald Harrison in collaboration with Weitz.. Harrison, at the time, was still employed with the Willis firm. The organ was originally built by Anneessens of Belgium in 1876 and rebuilt by Bishop & Son in 1914.
WEITZ: Three Pieces, Two Pieces based on Plainchant Motives, Symphonie No.1
CLÉRAMBAULT: Dialogue Sur Les Grands Juex Suite du Priemier Ton
BYRD: Pavana: The Earle of Salisbury
SCHEIDT: Psalm: Da Jesus an dem Krueze stund
FRANCK: Piéce Héroïque
D’INDY: Prelude in E Flat Minor