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Rent The Grand Organ of Exeter Cathedral: Andrew Millington (2011)

1h 45min
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Andrew Millington plays the organ of Exeter Cathedral, performing works by Edward Elgar, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Eugène Gigout. A recital by Andrew Millington recorded on the Grand Organ of Exeter Cathedral. The video, recorded in 5.1 surround sound and 2-channel stereo, shows not just the organist at the console and numerous shots of the Cathedral, but also some of the Cathedral's surrounding areas. There are additionally bonus features about the Organ and its history, the Cathedral's Box Organ, and about the choice of the programme: there is also a feature illustrating how the registration of the Howells' Rhapsody was conceived.
The bonus CD, recorded in 2-channel stereo, contains just the recital, for those wishing to play this on a separate hi-fi system or in the car. The recital programme is as follows:
1. Elgar: Coda from Sonata No 2 Op 87
2. Whitlock, arr. Riley: March 'Dignity and Impudence'
3. S S Wesley: Larghetto in F sharp minor
4. J S Bach: Prelude and Fugue in E minor BWV 548
5. Vierne: Berceuse, (from 24 pieces en style libre)
6. Gigout: Toccata in B minor
7. Mozart: Fantasia in F minor and major K594
8. Howells: Rhapsody Op 17 No 3
9. Vaughan Williams, arr. Roper: Greensleeves
10. Charpentier, arr. Rawsthorne: 'Te Deum' - Prelude
11. Rawsthorne: Hornpipe Humoresque
12. Whitlock: Salix (Plymouth Suite)
13. Handel: Organ Concerto in B flat Op 4 No 2
14. Takle: Blues-Toccata
Priory Records
British Films, Documentary, Music & Musicals, Performing Arts, Special Interest
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105 minutes
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