handsoff Posted August 13, 2009 Share Posted August 13, 2009 What a splendid recital this was. I shall leave any detailed critique to those better qualified than I but I wouldn't have missed it for the world. For me, David's performance of the Franck Chorale No.3 was the most thrilling and moving I have heard; such beautiful articulation, phrasing and registration. His own music was quite superb, whether played with the score upside-down or not. (You had to be there!) and it was a great pleasure to meet the man himself afterward the recital. The organ sounded magnificent; I had forgotten what a fine instrument it is heard from about 1/3 of the way down the nave on the north side. It was good to hear a real Willis tuba (more than once...). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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