The largest extant organ built by America’s first native-trained organbuilder, David Tannenberg, commissioned in 1798 and having 2m & full pedal, was restored 1998-2003 by Taylor & Boody and resides in a concert hall with superb acoustics in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The dedication recital was played in March, 2004, by Peter Sykes including Dan Locklair’s Salem Sonata, commissioned for the event.
C. P. E. BACH: Sonata VI in g minor, Wq. 70.6
CHRISTIAN LATROBE: Nine Preludes for Organ (1806)
KREBS: Praeludium et Fuga in C pro Organo pleno
MOZART: Ein Stück für einer Orgelwerk in eine Uhr, K. 596
MENDELSSOHN: Choralvariationen über Wie groß ist des Allmächt’gen Güte
DAN LOCKLAIR: Salem Sonata (2003)