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COOK, J.: Organ Music (The Everlasting Habitations) (Hartley)

Cook: Organ Symphony/ Man's Fourfold State/Two Voluntaries/Heaven and Hell

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Myles Hartley

organ

Venue:

Harris Manchester College Chapel, Oxford



Producer:

James Cook



Engineer:

Jonathan Haskell



Record Label
Divine Art

Genre:

Organ




Total Time - 62:11
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COOK, J.: Organ Music (The Everlasting Habitations) (Hartley)

   
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JAMES COOK

   
 

Organ Symphony

30:24  
1 Odyssey (Heaven Taken by Storm) 10:56
2 Pneumatologia 6:08
3 Proem 3:05
4 Ultima (The Four Last Things) 10:15
   
 

Man's Fourfold State

8:28  
5 In Eden 2:46
6 In Nature 1:57
7 In Grace 1:46
8 in Heaven 1:59
   
 

Two Voluntaries

6:33  
9 A Glimpse of Glory 2:03
10 A Glance of Heaven 4:30
   
 

Heaven and Hell Epitomised: Two Sacred Lessons

16:46  
11 Calvaries of Love 8:22
12 The Everlasting Habitations 8:24


All the music on this CD was composed during 2004.  As with Cook’s choral music, (see Divine Art CD 25023 and 25027), it is written in an approachable, traditional and tonal style, but with an individual and distinctive voice.   With many passages which are slow and quiet, Cook’s music allows the organ to express spirituality and devotional qualities without any of the noise and
bombast so often encountered.  The louder turbulent sections are used in context to good effect without excess.
 

“Technically the music is assured and it seems to be very well played by Myles Hartley… a worthy disc”

John Quinn

Music Web

Nicely produced.. worth picking up. [Myles Hartley’s] playing can hardly be faulted”

Chris Bragg

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