The Influence of Plainsong

The Influence of Plainsong
Item# PRCD_1117
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Product Description

William Dore plays the 122 stop 1961 Walker organ, which has not been commercially recorded in over 50 years, of Ampleforth Abbey.

Track Listing:

Jeanne Demessieux
Te Deum
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Rorate Caeli
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Adeste Fideles
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Attende Domine
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Stabat Mater
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Vexilla Regis
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Hosanna Filio David
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: O Filii
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Veni Creator
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Ubi Caritas
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: In Manus Tuas
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Tu Es Petrus
Twelve Choral Preludes on Gregorian Themes: Domine Jesu
Charles Tournemire
Suite XXV (L’Orgue Mystique) In Festo Pentecostes
Fantasie-choral-Sequence: Veni Sancte Spiritus
Philip Moore
Five Sketches on Hemsley: Maestoso
Five Sketches on Hemsley: Maestoso
Five Sketches on Hemsley: Allegro leggiero
Five Sketches on Hemsley: Andante espressivo
Five Sketches on Hemsley: Allegro deciso

Total Playing Time: 72:46

2014 Priory Records Ltd.


"There is a pleasing sense of tradition in this recording...the programme is an interesting one....Dore plays with a fine sense of empathy in this highly challenging repertoire, the effervescent tension which characterises much of Tournemire's rhapsodic Fantasie-Choral-Sequence is especially well handled." Chris Bragg - Choir and Organ