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LR 1114
Organ Recital: Dettra, Scott - COPLAND, A. / DUPRE, M. / FRANCK, C. / BINGHAM, S.D. / HOWELLS, H. / BARBER, S. / WALTON, W. (Majestus)

Organ Recital: Dettra, Scott - COPLAND, A. / DUPRE, M. / FRANCK, C. / BINGHAM, S.D. / HOWELLS, H. / BARBER, S. / WALTON, W. (Majestus)

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2011


Artists:

Scott Dettra

Soloist

Record Label
Loft

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Total Time - 77:00
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Organ Recital: Dettra, Scott - COPLAND, A. / DUPRE, M. / FRANCK, C. / BINGHAM, S.D. / HOWELLS, H. / BARBER, S. / WALTON, W. (Majestus)

     
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AARON COPLAND

1 

Fanfare for the Common Man (arr. for organ)

3:37
     
 

MARCEL DUPRE

 

3 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 7

 
2 Prelude in B major 3:14
     
3 Fugue in B major 4:17
     
 

CESAR FRANCK

4 

Priere, Op. 20

12:12
     
 

SETH DANIELS BINGHAM

5 

Passacaglia, Op. 40 (arr. for organ)

11:00
     
 

HERBERT HOWELLS

6 

Rhapsody, Op. 17, No. 3

8:02
     
 

SAMUEL BARBER

7 

Adagio for Strings, Op. 11 (arr. W. Strickland)

8:30
     
 

WILLIAM WALTON

8 

Crown Imperial (arr. for organ)

8:19
     
 

HEALEY WILLAN

 

Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue, Op. 149

 
9 Introduction 3:43
     
10 Passacaglia 8:41
     
11 Fugue 5:25
     
 Scott Dettra Soloist


Scott Dettra presents a program of large-organ favorites on this, the final recording of the Washington National Cathedral’s Great Organ.

Music is an integral part of daily life in most cathedrals, and Washington National Cathedral is no exception.  In its primary role as a liturgical instrument, the Great Organ accompanies more than 350 worship services annually and is heard in recital and concert throughout the year as part of the cathedral’s broader musical offerings.  This recording presents a cross-section of the organ music one might hear in liturgy and concert at Washington National Cathedral, including pieces that have become particular traditions here, pieces that represent the best of “cathedral music."

 

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