The Cathedral Organ: Iain Quinn, Organist$12.98 $14.98 (You save $2.00)
MARCEL DUPRÉ: Placare Christe servulis, op. 38
FERUCCIO BUSONI: Praeludium (Basso Ostinato), op. 7*
FERUCCIO BUSONI: Doppelfuge zum Choral, op. 67*
CÉSAR FRANCK: Pièce Héroïque
FRANZ LISZT: Consolation No. 3, S. 672d/1*
FRANZ LISZT: Tu es Petrus - Hymne du Pape, S. 664ii*
KONSTANTIN HOMILIUS: Prelude in G major*
EDWIN LEMARE: Andantino in D flat
SERGEI RACHMANINOFF: Barcarolle, op. 10, arr. Iain Quinn*
HERBERT HOWELLS: Master Tallis’ Testament
LESLIE HOWARD: Preghiera - Præludium for organ, op. 26a*
MAX REGER: Introduction and Passacaglia, op. post.
Iain Quinn, director of cathedral music at the Cathedral Church of St. John in Albuquerque, New Mexico, introduces recording premieres of several works, several of which are adaptations for organ of Romantic masterworks for piano, in one of two recordings being simultaneously released as the “first” CDs of the 2002 Reuter organ, op. 2210, which incorporates some parts of the previous Reuter op. 910 of 1950, at the Cathedral. The largely Romantic program well suits the warm and powerful sounds of the organ which are well captured in a gracious acoustic by recording engineer Peter Nothnagle.
The sheet music for Quinn's arrangement of the Rachmaninoff Barcarolle is available from the OHS catalog. Simply click this blue text to view and order!