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  1. I don't know if this has been posted before so please accept my apologies if it has. Christopher Herrick Organ Recital Wednesday, 19th March at 19:45 Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace (Supper and refreshments available from 17:30 at the Palace's Privy Restaurant) "The internationally acclaimed organist will give a recital in aid of the Choral Foundation organ fund on the historic Schrider-Hill organ, recently overhauled by Harrison & Harrison." Tickets £12 available online from www.hrp.org.uk Call 0844 4827799 Several years ago, when Justason was Justoutofnappies, he was ask
  2. Has anyone posted this? It's the authorised version. http://www.llandaffcathedral.org.uk/documents/CathedralchoirredundanciesofficialPR.pdf Happy Christmas J
  3. Justamum and I have just been to visit Justason in San Francisco (where he's the organist at Grace Cathedral) for the first time, and I eventually managed to persuade him to let me video him playing something. The something is Howells' Rhapsody No. 3 in C# minor. The organ spec is here; http://www.gracecathedral.org/file/OrganBrochure.pdf Best wishes Justadad
  4. Further to previous, I am advised ... "The voluntary after the service is: Bach, Prelude and Fugue in g then... Durufle, Prelude Alain, Clement Janequin Variations Clerambault, Movements from Suite du premier ton Pierne, Cantilene Dupre, Carillon" Best wishes J
  5. New Organ Recitals - 7.05pm 27th February 2010 Lawrence Thain, the Organ Scholar in New College, will give the third in our new series of termly Saturday recitals, which will follow immediately after Evensong. http://www.new.ox.ac.uk/The_Chapel_and_Cho...el_Calendar.php News to me J ps ... Evensong at 6:15 (on the 27th) is Responses, Byrd Psalms 126, 127, 128 Purcell in B flat Finzi, Lo, the full, final sacrifice
  6. Stephen Grahl is giving a recital on the GDB at New College, Oxford, after Evensong (so at 7 p.m.) this coming Saturday, 24th October, featuring music by De Grigny, Alain and Duruflé. (Evensong is at 6:15; Responses, Morley; Canticles, Leighton Second Service; Anthem, Leighton God's grandeur.) Best wishes J
  7. Justason is playing at the Three Choirs Festival on Monday, August 10th. 13:00, Holy Trinity Church, 166 Whitecross Rd, Hereford, HR4 0DH J S Bach Selections from Clavierubung III Prelude in Eb BWV 552i Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam BWV 684 Aus Tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir BWV 686 "St. Anne" Fugue BWV 552ii César Franck Prelude, Fugue et Variation Herbert Howells Psalm Prelude no. 1, set 1 Maurice Duruflé Choral Varie sur "Veni Creator Spiritus" £5 Cameras and screen are threatened. http://www.3choirs.org/2009-hereford/progr...ence-thain.html Best
  8. http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=-6FIu_o4jHw No organ, but a sample from New College's Grammy-winning recording of Nicholas Ludford's music. Best wishes J
  9. I guess he didn't like the way Vierne wrote it J As an antidote, might I suggest this Frescobaldi on the 1636 Antegnati in San Carlo, Brescia? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDVsvPZv-vo...feature=related
  10. Has this been posted before? Apologies if so. Ton Koopman playing the BWV 564 Toccata on the Arp Schnitiger at St Jacobi, Hamburg. Nothing to see, but what a sound! This is the high quality version. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hxas24VwSHI&fmt=18 Best wishes J
  11. I thought the Diane Bish Pomp and Circumstance clip I posted to her thread previously was, well, really slow and ponderous (though I didn't say so at the time for fear of exposing my ignorance). Afterwards I watched her Bach T&F from St Bavo. I thought the intro a bit mannered but I have to say I enjoyed the rest of the performance, and the organ, very much. It's worth taking the High Quality option (just under the Views tally). Best wishes J
  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFpASpezhp8 Jonathan Hope playing the Lanquetuit Toccata in D Maj at Blackburn Cathedral Best wishes J
  13. Aren't we being a bit unkind? After all he makes it clear in his biography that he's not an organist. He's a 'Fusician'. http://www.nobile.com/html/biography.html J
  14. Not YouTube, and apologies if this has been posted before but there are lots of interesting recordings here. http://www.kmfa.org/listen_archive.htm#PW (Well, I think they're interesting.) Best wishes J
  15. Michel Chapuis improvising on the organ of the Chapel Royal at Versailles http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=ArTJAlKPdpQ&...feature=related Best wishes J
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