British Organists of the 1920s, Vol. 2

British Organists of the 1920s, Vol. 2
Item# PHICD-156
$17.98

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Organists Berkeley Mason, Reginald Goss-Custard, Harold Darke, George Thalben-Ball, Maurice Vinden, William Wolstenholme, Herbert Ellingford, Stanley marchant, Herbert Dawson, Herbert Walton, Ralph Downes, Arthur Meale, and Easthope Martin play 12 organs recorded 1913-1926, with wonderfully restored sound. (Note: Volume 1 of "British Organists of the 1920s" on the Amphion label is out-of-print; however, the sole volume of "British Concert Organists of the 1920s, Recorded 1926-32 Playing Widor & British Composers" remains in-print, as does the "EMI Great Cathedral Organs Series" which now includes three volumes.)

ALFRED HOLLINS: Concert Overture No. 2 in c
BERKELEY MASON, B.B.C. CONCERT ORGAN, BROADCASTING HOUSE, LONDON

H.F. WATLING: Minuet Antique
SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, arr. R.G.C.: Three Fours Waltz
REGINALD GOSS-CUSTARD, KNIGSWAY HALL, LONDON

FRANCK: Andantino in g
HAROLD DARKE, ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, CORNHILL, LONDON

REUBKE: Fugue from The 94th Psalm
GEORGE THALBEN-BALL, TEMPLE CHURCH, LONDON

WM. WOLSTENHOLME: Barcarolle, op. 16
MAURICE VINDEN, ST. MARK'S CHURCH, NORTH AUDLEY STREET, LONDON

WILLIAM WOLSTENHOLME: Prelude in F; Carillon in B-flat
WOLSTENHOLME AT AEOLIAN HALL, LONDON

KARG-ELERT: Chorale Prelude on In dulci jubilo
HERBERT ELLINGFORD, ALEXANDRA PALACE, LONDON

PARRY: Bridal March & Finale
STANLEY MARCHANT, ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, LONDON

ELGAR, arr. I. ATKINS: Organ Sonata No. 2 in b, op. 87a
HERBERT DAWSON, KINGSWAY HALL, LONDON

TRADITIONAL: Lament of Sir Rory Mer
HERBERT WALTON AT GLASGOW CATHEDRAL

J. S. BACH: Chorale Preludes: Heut' triumphiret Gottes Sohn; Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, Erstanden ist heil'ge Christ; Alle Menschen müssen sterben
RALPH DOWNES, ST. MARY'S LE SAVOY, LONDON

ARTHUR MEALE: Storm
MEALE AT CENTRAL HALL WESTMINSTER, LONDON

GUILMANT: Grand Choeur in E-minor
EASTHOPE MARTIN, CITY ROAD STUDIO, LONDON