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Organ spectacular.


Organ spectacular.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
Sonata for organ (1951) for organ solo Raymond Hanson
Sinfonia concertante for organ and orchestra (1968) — organ with full orchestra William Lovelock

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Duration: 136 min.

Contents note: Suite for organ and strings / Respighi -- Sinfonia concertante for organ / William Lovelock -- Concerto for organ, strings and timpani / Poulenc -- Three pieces for organ / Respighi -- Variations de concert / Bonnet -- Versets on Ave maris stella / Dupre -- Introduction and variations on a Polish noel / Guilmant -- Sonata / Raymond Hanson -- Concerto no. 3 for organ, strings and timpani / Langlais.

This product forms part of the following series: ABC classics.

Includes programme notes.

Performers: Robert Boughen (organ: Respighi - Suite ; Lovelock - Sinfonia concertante) ; Queensland Symphony Orchestra (Respighi - Suite) ; Vanco Cavdarski (conductor: Respighi - Suite) ; Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Lovelock - Sinfonia concertante ; Poulenc - Concerto ; Langlais - Concerto) ; Patrick Thomas (conductor: Lovelock - Sinfonia concertante ; Langlais - Concerto) ; Michael Dudman (organ: Poulenc - Concerto ; Bonnet - Variations ; Dupre - Versets ; Guilmant - Introduction and variations ; Langlais - Concerto) ; Leonard Dommett (conductor: Poulenc - Concerto) ; David Rumsey (organ: Respighi - Three pieces ; Hanson - Sonata).

Recording level: AAA ; DDD

Capture session: Lovelock, Hanson and Langlais works recorded on the William Hill & Son Grand Organ, Sydney Town Hall. Respighi (Three pieces), Bonnet, Dupre and Guilmant works recorded on the Rudolph von Beckerath organ, Great Hall, University of Sydney. Respighi (Suite) recorded on the Roger Pogson organ in Mayne Hall, University of Queensland. Dupre, Guilmant and Hanson works: concert recording.

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