ecnice Posted April 19, 2006 Share Posted April 19, 2006 I thought some of you might be interested in what is happening across the Atlantic Ocean, although this is not exactly an organ recital. Here is the link to the webcast. The Gospel case with with Swell division Here are the organ specification and some photographs. The organ has 87 ranks, 67 speaking stops over four manuals and six divisions, and 5101 pipes. The Antiphonal Case with the Auxiliary and Auxiliary Pedal divisions The music includes: Prelude: Toccata and Fugue in F (J. S. Bach) Hymn: Light's Glittering Morn (Lasst uns erfreuen) Hymn: Jesus Christ is Risen Today (Easter hymn) Gloria: Missa Brevis (Leopold Mozart) Psalm: 118: 1-2, 14-24 (Norris) Gradual: Joy is Come! (arr. Carter) Creed: The Nicene Creed (Merbecke) Offertory: The Strife is O'er (Vulpius) Sanctus & Benedictus: Missa Brevis (Leopold Mozart) The Lord's Prayer: Our Father (Merbecke) Agnus Dei: Missa Brevis (Leopold Mozart) Motet: Haec Dies (William Byrd) Hymn: O Sons and Daughters (O Filii et Filiae) Motet: Hail Glad Festival Day (Andrew Ager) Hymn: He is Risen (All Saints) Postlude: Toccata from Symphonie No. 5 (Charles-Marie Widor) The Organist & Director of Music is Michael Bloss and the Assistant Organist/Composer in Residence is Andrew Ager, whose motet, Hail Glad Festival Day, was sung during communion. Just out of curiosity, let us know how this is similar or different than your church. Thanks. The Epistle Case with the Great, Choir and Pedal divisions Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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