Organs of the Barossa Valley, Volume One

Organs of the Barossa Valley, Volume One
Item# MD3156
$19.98

Product Description

The Barossa Valley, located in the southern center of the country, is home to a number of wineries where some of Australia’s best wines are produced. It is also home to a number of historic organs built by Australians in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

On this CD, organists John Stiller and Christopher Dearnley guide a varied and fascinating tour through the wine country, playing works ranging from the Buxheim Organ Book to Moneta Eagles. A well-written and nicely-illustrated set of historical notes is found in the 16-page booklet included with the recording. This will save you the price of an excursion to Australia and the labor of much study. A visit to your wine merchant may complete the illusion of a tour of the countryside.


John Stiller, Organist

Stockwell
St. Thomas Lutheran Church
J. C. A. Krüger, C. 1850
J. S. BACH: Prelude in A
PACHELBEL: Ricercar in c, Toccata in f
Improvisation in e

Gruenberg
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
D. H. Lemke, 1871
STILLER: Two Improvisations in g
J. S. BACH: Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier; Nun ruhen alle Wälder
KÜHMSTEDT: Herzlich tut mich verlangen
J. C. BACH: Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend
FISCHER: Jesu meine Freude
STANLEY: Voluntary in e

Nuriootpa
St. Petri Lutheran Church
Laurie Pipe Organs, 1968
MANZ: Chorale Improvisations on O Little Town of Bethlehem; Still, Still, Still; Praise to the Lord
STILLER: Improvisation on Jesu Meine Freude, Improvisation after Boëllmann


Christopher Dearnley, Organist

Kapunda
Christ Church Anglican
J. J. Broad/Fincham & Hobday, 1887
BUXTEHUDE: Prelde & Fugue in e
HANDEL: Bourrée in B-Flat
BUXHEIM ORGAN BOOK: Möcht ich din begern
MULET: Carillon-Sortie

Angaston
Uniting Church
J. E. Dodd, 1908
EAGLES: Eclogue
REGER: Toccata in d, Op. 59, No. 5

Bethany
Herberge Christi Lutheran Church
J. E. Dodd, 1929
PURCELL, Arr. Dearnley: Slow Air, Rondeau
MUSHEL: Toccata