preludefugue Posted March 9, 2021 Share Posted March 9, 2021 I wonder if someone can help me figure where this arrangement is from of Stanley's Op 6 No 6. I first heard it performed by Carlo Curley: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fw8O_7kWhm0 I have it on his "Toccata Organ Favourites" CD. In the CD booklet it says it is "Suite in D Stanley Op6/6 ed. Williams". There is only one edition that matches the title exactly and that is the one edited by Patrick Williams, published by Bosworth & Co. Off the back of that I purchased a copy and the introduction in it is not what Carlo played, it is the more common one that can be found in other books and on IMSLP. Where has the introduction on the CD and the Youtube video come from, is it from another piece by Stanley? I've heard that George Thalben-Ball may have performed the version Carlo plays, so where did George get it from? Does anyone know who arranged it and whether it is published? This chap also plays the Curley/Thalben Ball version too, but these three are the only ones that I know of who don't use the more common one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv8rDm-XIwE ...everyone else plays the introduction in this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XinBGqBHeb8 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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