Christopher Herrick plays the Aeolian-Skinner of 225 ranks compleled in 1971 at St. Bartholomew’s, New York, said to be the last major work of Aeolian-Skinner.
JOHNSON: Trumpet Tune in A
LEMARE: Toccata di Concerto
BUCK: Concert Variations on ‘’The Star-Spangled Banner’’
GUILMANT: "See the conquering hero!"
LEFÉBURE-WÉLY: Sortie in E flat
BOURGEOIS: Variations on a theme of Herbert Howells
BATISTE: Grand Offertoire in D
BONNET: Etude de Concert
WIDOR: Allegro, Sym. VI
The ninth volume of this popular series by Christopher Herrick is played on the organ in Berne Cathedral, Switzerland. The organ with origins in 1726 was rebuilt many times and recently the Kuhn firm of Switzerland supplied a new 71-stop instrument, though in the 18th-century case.
GOWERS: An Occasional Trumpet Voluntary
BARTOK/HERRICK: Six Romanian Folk Dances
BACH/REGER: Chromatic Fantasia & Fugue in d BWV903
SVERRE EFTESTØL: Seven Allegorical Pictures on the Norwegian folktune Kling no, Klokka
LANGLAIS: Trois Paraphrases Grégoriennes, op. 5
RAWSTHORNE: Line Dance (fr. Dance Suite) WIDOR: Toccata from Symphony V
Christopher Herrick plays the 2002 Létourneau op. 50 of 4m, 126 ranks, 96 stops at the Concert Hall of the Winspear Centre in Edmonton, Canada, home of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.
MULET: Tu es petra DAVID JOHNSON: Trumpet Tune in G TAKLE: Blues-Toccata JOHN BEHNKE: Siyahamba “We are marching in the light of God” RUTTER: Variations on O Filii et Filiae DURUFLÉ: Toccata from Suite, op. 5 BONNET: Matin Provençal from Poems of Autumn IAIN FARRINGTON: Celebration and Stride Dance from Fiesta! MEYERBEER: The Anabaptists’ Choral from Le Prophète LISZT: Ad nos