Phillips, Margaret: Wesley: Music for Organ

SKU: 26960579
Margaret Phillips: Wesley: Music for Organ

Phillips, Margaret: Wesley: Music for Organ

SKU: 26960579

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Title: Wesley: Music for Organ
Artist: Phillips, Margaret
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 5015414221113
Genre: Classical Composers

'Here is Margaret Phillips once again bringing ravishingly alive hidden corners of the repertoire... The 1793 James Davis organ is a perfect vehicle for this music... The rather close recording allows Phillips's neat finger work to shine to maximum musical advantage. An enjoyable and important release' Organists' Review, May 1996 The organ in Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk, was built in 1793 by James Davis...[it] remains a monument to English organ building. Margaret Phillips clearly loves and understands it well, using, very largely, only the Davis stops. What a lovely sound they produce, and how well she registers the pieces she has selected from the works of the three principal musicians of the Wesley family. The Organ, 1996 The instrument is very well recorded... Margaret Phillips seems to understand the character of this repertoire better than most organists, including most English ones. Phillips brings the music of Charles and Old Sam to life in interpretations of great animation and grace. The character of the instrument helps greatly, but the insight and sensitivity of the artist are indispensable. Anyone with the least interest in this repertory will want to acquire this disc for the quality of the playing and as a document of a fine instrument. American Record Guide, March/April 1996.

1.1 Voluntary in G minor/Major: I. Tempo Ordinario
1.2 Voluntary in G minor/Major: II. Moderato
1.3 Voluntary in G minor/Major: III. Pastorale
1.4 Voluntary in G minor/Major: IV. Fuga
1.5 Voluntary in G minor/Major: V. Air
1.6 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 1
1.7 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 2
1.8 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 3
1.9 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 4
1.10 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 5
1.11 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 6
1.12 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 7
1.13 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 8
1.14 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 9
1.15 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 10
1.16 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 11
1.17 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 12
1.18 Twelve Short Pieces: No. 13
1.19 Voluntary in G minor/Major, Op. 6 No. 9: I. Larghetto
1.20 Voluntary in G minor/Major, Op. 6 No. 9: II. Fugue
1.21 Choral Song in G
1.22 Fantasia: Andante Cantabile in G
1.23 Introduction and Fugue in C-Sharp minor
1.24 An Air for Holsworthy Church Bells
1.25 Andante in G
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