An Organ Legacy

An Organ Legacy
Item# OAR-915
$14.98

Product Description

In a set of two CDs, Jeremy Filsell marks the 50th anniversary of the 172-rank organ at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D. C., by recording mostly major works associated with this organ. The instrument comprises actually two separate organs that are also playable as a single entity: the main organ in the south gallery (compass south, liturgical west) houses 6,751 pipes in 124 ranks and that in the compass west chancel, 2,642 pipes in 48 ranks. The instrument was built 1969-1984 by the M. P. Möller Company, now defunct, formerly of Hagerstown, Maryland. Filsell served the Shrine as Principal Organist for about one year 2008-2009, and became Artist in Residence at the National Cathedral in 2010.

Jean Langlais
Trois Esquisses Gothiques
Veni Creator
Virgo Dei Genetrix
Séquence pour la fête de la Dédicace

Fernando Germani
Toccata

Maurice Duruflé
Prélude et Fugue sur le nom d'Alain Op. 7

Flor Peeters
Three Chorale Preludes (from Op. 39)
Von liebe kommt gross Leiden
Mit diesem neuen Jahre
Nun sei wilkommen, Jesus lieber Herr

Olivier Messiaen
Méditation VI: Le Fils, Verbe et Lumière (from Méditations sur le mystère de la Saint-Trinité)

Healey Willan
Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue in E-flat minor

Marcel Dupré
Prélude et Fugue en La bémol (A-flat) majeur Op. 36 no. 2

Charles Tournemire
L'Orgue Mystique Suite 24: Dominica infra Octave Ascensionis
Introit (Exaudi)
Offertoire (Ascendit Deus)
Élevation (Haec locutus sum vobis)
Communion (Pater)
Postlude (Alleluia, regnavit Dominus)

Malcolm Williamson
Peace in America (from Peace Pieces, 1971)

Daniel Roth
Triptyque: Pour le Nuit de Noël
Veni, veni Emmanuel
Communion
Postlude

Pierre Cochereau
Variations sur "Adeste Fidelis" (trans. Filsell)