Vintage Sounds Alive: Historic Organs of New South Wales

Vintage Sounds Alive: Historic Organs of New South Wales
Item# CDVSA1
$16.98

Product Description

Five recently restored organs in Sydney and New South Wales are demonstrated and documented on this new recording from the Organ Historical Trust of Australia. The enclose booklet contains notes on the organs and their venues by Dr. Kelvin Hastie and complete stoplists. There are also biographies of the performers.

The Organ Historical Trust of Australia shares similar interests and aims with the Organ Historical Society and presents this recording in support of those aims.



Newcastle, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Peter Guy, Organist
1892 Hill and Son
WESLEY: Choral Song and Fugue
WHITLOCK: Folk Tune

Stanmore, Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Pastor de Lasala, Organist
Mid-19th Century, Unknown builder
CROFT: Voluntary VIIa in d
SIMON: Prelude & Fugue in g
RUSSELL: Andantino & Fugue from Voluntary VIII in B-flat
LEMAIGNE: Mélodie in c
CAMIDGE: Larghetto & Fugue from Organ Concerto No. 5 in g

Bonnyrigg Heights, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
1870 Bevington
Kurt Ison, Organist
MENDELSSOHN: Sonata in c, Op 65, No 2
HANDEL: Overture to Ottone, Lentement & Allegro

Burwood, St. Paul’s Anglican Church
Daniel Canaris, Organist
1891 Davidson
MATHIAS: Fanfare
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Prelude on Rhosymedre
STANLEY: Trumpet Voluntary
BRAHMS: Choral Prelude Es is ein Ros entsprungen

Parramatta, St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Peter Jewkes, Organist
1898 Norman and Beard
WILLS: Fanfare
WOLSTENHOLME: Allegretto in E-flat Elegy
FAULKES: Communion
HOLLINS: A Trumpet Minuet