Jonathan Bunney plays one of the oldest organs in London, at St. Giles-in-the-Fields, begun by an anonymous builder in the 17th century and with its last major rebuild in 2007 preceded most recently by work by Gray & Davison in 1856.
The works chosen for this recording span the centuries from John Bull, who composed before the organ was built, to Nigel Ogden, of the present day. Jonathan Bunney, the youngest organist of this distinguished gathering, is joined by Sarah Field for two trumpet voluntaries.
HANDEL: Organ Concerto in B-flat, Op. 4, No. 6
BULL: Two Fantasias
STANLEY: Voluntary in e, Op. 5, No. 4
RHEINBERGER: Pastoral-Sonate, Op. 88
BOLT: Choral Variations on Mijn God, waar zal ik henegaan
WESLEY: Choral Song and Fugue
OGDEN: Scherzo for the White Rabbit
PURCELL: Trumpet Tune*
CLARKE: Trumpet Tune*
*with Sarah Field, trumpet