Recorded Organ Music, composer John MCCABE
 1 - Luigi Ferdinando TAGLIAVINI [1], Christopher BOWERS-BROADBENT [2], Anton HEILLER [3], Peter HURFORD [4], John BIRCH [5]
 • Highlights From The International Organ Festival / St. Albans 1969 •
  • G. Frescobaldi : Capriccio sopra la Girolmetta[1]
  • J. Mccabe : Dies Resurrectionis [2]
  • G. Böhm : Partita - Auf Meinen Lieben Gott [3]
  • M. Greene : O God, My Soul Is Vexed [4]
  • M. Praetorius : Ballet Du Roy Pour Sonner Après [4]
  • A. Ridout : Extract From Diversions For Two Organs And Divers [4, 5]
  • J. C. H. Rinck : Extract From Variations On Heil Dir Im Sieges Kranz [4, 5]
  • G. Jacob [Gordon] : Extract From Digressions Sur Un Thème De L'Abbé Cloche [4, 5]
  • T. Tomkins : Music Divine
     - : Extract From Festival Party Cabaret
- St Albans Cathedral
- Disque Abbey LPB 665, 1969, The Alban singers, The Cathedral choristers

 2 - Simon PRESTON, Félix APRAHAMIAN, Francis JACKSON, Martin NEARY, Allan WICKS, Andrew DAVIS, Gillian WEIR, John Dykes BOWER, John BIRCH
 • Organ In Sanity & Madness •
  • M. E. Bossi : Etude Symphonique [SP]
     - : The Winchester Organ [FA]
  • P. A. Soler : Concerto In C (2nd movement) [FJ & MN]
  • A. Ridout : L'Orgue Concrete (Il Combattimento d'Organo E Batteria) [AW, James Blades percussions]
  • A. Sullivan : The Lost Chord [AD, The King's College Choir Of Cambridge, The Jacques Orchestra, dir. D. Willcocks]
  • J. N. Lemmens : The Storm [AW]
  • G. Jacob : Les Heures Bourguignonnes [GW]
  • S. Wesley : Duet For Organ [JDB & JB]
  • J. Mccabe : Miniconcerto [GW, James Blades percussions]
  • G. Jacob [Gordon] : Humpty Dumpty [The King's College Choir Of Cambridge, The Jacques Orchestra, dir. D. Willcocks, James Blades, SP, JB, JDB]
- Londres Royal Albert Hall
- Disque Abbey ABY 606, 1966, The King's College Choir Of Cambridge, The Jacques Orchestra
A recording of part of the concert devised by Peter Hurford for The Royal College Of Organists' Centenary Appeal and given at the Royal Albert Hall, London on September 24th, 1966.



Source: database Alain CARTAYRADE
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