Kimberly Marshall, Professor of Organ at Arizona State University School of Music and the OHS Director for Research and Publications, plays five centuries of organ fantasies on the Richards-Fowkes & Co. organ, Opus 14 (2006), at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church in Scottsdale, AZ. Visually this stunning organ blends classical European concepts of layout, proportion, and construction with design elements of the American Southwest and also provides a wide variety of tonal resources for this premiere recording.
Fantasy in G Major, BWV 572 Johann Sebastian Bach
Fancy Alfonso Ferrabosco
Fantasia chromatico Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
A Fansye (from the Mulliner Book) Newman
Fantasy in C Minor, BWV 562 J.S. Bach
Fantasy in D Minor, K. 397 Wolgang Amadeus Mozart
Fantaisie in C Major (Version III) César Franck
Première Fantaisie Jehan Alain
Deuxième Fantaisie J. Alain
Fantasy in G Minor, BWV 542/1 J.S. Bach
Total Playing Time: 58:35
2009 Loft Recordings, LLC
Also includes a bonus DVD of Kimberly Marshall playing as well as an interview about the music, the organ, and the composers.