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STANFORD, C.V.: Organ Works (Winpenny)

STANFORD, C.V.: Organ Works (Winpenny)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File

Artists:

Tom Winpenny

Soloist

Record Label
Resonus

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Total Time - 72:07
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STANFORD, C.V.: Organ Works (Winpenny)

 

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD

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Fantasia and Toccata, Op. 57

 
1 Fantasia 5:57
     
2 

Fantasia and Toccata, Op. 57

5:54
     
3 

Te Deum and Canzone, Op. 116

6:57
     
 

Prelude and Fugue

 
4 Prelude 4:44
5 Fugue 5:07
     
6 

6 Preludes, Op. 88

5:25
     
7 

4 Intermezzi, Op. 189

5:32
     
8 

6 Occasional Preludes, Op. 182

2:00
     
 

3 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 193

 
9 Prelude in C major 2:19
10 Fugue in C major 3:04
11 Prelude in C minor 1:45
12 Fugue in C minor 2:06
13 Prelude B minor 2:37
14 Fugue in B minor (Fuga Cromatica) 3:41
     
15 

3 Idylls, Op. 194

5:08
     
16 

6 Characteristic Pieces, Op. 132

4:45
     
17 

6 Short Organ Preludes and Postludes, Op. 105

5:06
     
 Tom Winpenny Soloist


Organist Tom Winpenny presents a unique recital programme of Stanford organ works from the James J. Binns organ of Queens’ College, University of Cambridge.

Featuring four world premieres this album includes a mix of both well and lesser-known organ works by Stanford, including the Fantasia and Toccata in D minor and the Postlude in D minor through to the early Prelude and Fugue in E minor and the pastoral idyll By the Seashore.

Winner of both the First and Audience Prizes at the 2008 Miami International Organ Competition, this recording - on the unspoilt Binns organ of 1892 - is the first commercial solo recording to be released by Tom Winpenny.

"...his [Winpenny] enjoyable and absorbing programme featuring a variety of Stanford’s shorter works at least suggests that his organ output deserves to be heard more than it usually is. The programme includes a number of world premiere recordings, the Canzona op.116 in particuarly demonstrating Stanford’s ablity to create attractive and coherant miniatures... Winpenny’s playing is technically very fine and his registrations are especially well planned ..."

Chris Bragg - Choir & Organ magazine - July/August 2012


"An imaginative Stanford selection, winningly played on a fine organ ... particularly rewarding listening."

Jeremy Dibble - Gramophone magazine - October 2011


"... The combination of instrument, repertory and Tom Winpenny’s immaculate playing is beyond reproach..."

Peter Lynan - International Record Review - September 2011


                                Performance ****          Recording ******

Jessica Duchen - BBC Music magazine - September 2011


"A timely release from digital-only label Resonus ... one that suits admirably the rich paletter of the James j Binns organ of Queen’s College, Cambridge. Winpenny’s sense of melodic structure serves best the later works ..." ***

Phillip Sommerich - Classical Music Magazine - 2 July 2011




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