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Dances Celestial and Sinister. Edwin Lemare. Full program. Symphonie pour Grand Orgue , Op. Richard Wagner transc. Warren, Lemare, Laube. Johann Sebastian Bach arr. Wilhelm Middelschulte.

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Rubrics " March on a Theme by Handel , Op. Choral-Improvisation sur le Victimae paschali laudes. Charles Tournemire transc. Eustache du Caurroy Louis Couperin c. Concerto in C Allegro maestoso Larghetto con espressione Rondo. Sonata No. Benjamin Sheen , St. William Walton transc. Tom Winpenny. Non allegro , from Symphonic Dances , Op. Sergei Rachmaninoff transc. Benjamin Sheen. Dmitri Shostakovich transc.

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Sonata in E-flat , Op. Fantaisie-Improvisation sur le Victimae paschali laudes. Variations de Concert. From Three Chorales No. Three Impressions , Op. Sinfonietta First Peer Gynt Suite , Op. Finale from "Organ" Symphony No. David Briggs. Psalm Organ Sonata in C Minor Scherzetto.

Symphonie Passion , op. Max Reger. Sergei Prokofiev transc. Isabelle Demers.

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Fantasy on the chorale Hallelujah! Gott zu loben , op. Five Two-Part Inventions No. Two Short Studies , op. Prelude on Lasst uns erfreuen Concerto in B-flat Major , Op. Master Tallis's Testament Kevin Jones, organ.

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Overture , from Ruslan and Lyudmila. Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka transc. Eric Plutz. Craig Phillips b. Symphony V Allegro vivace. Frederick Delius arr.

Dom Gregor Murray. Christ, der du bist der helle Tag , BWV Improvisation - Variations on a submitted theme. Toccata Chromatica , Echoes of Sweelinck. Carl Maria von Weber transc. Ahreum Han.

Symphonie No. Giuseppe Verdi transc. Second Concert Study "Flying Feet". Aria Cantilena , from Bachianas Brasileiras No.

  • Chorale Preludes (11) for organ, Op. 122.
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  • Variations on "Old Folks at Home". Fanfare and Fugue. Robert McCormick , St. Herzliebster Jesu ; No. Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen ; No. Herzlich tut mich erfreuen ; No. O Gott, du frommer Gott ; No. Herzlich tut mich verlangen ; No. O Welt, ich muss dich lassen ; No. Performer Benjamin Righetti, organ. View online Borrow Buy. Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"? Edith Cowan University Library.

    None of your libraries hold this item. At the same time, the "Preludes" which were published in , are a revealing document of Brahms' thoughts on his own life. He had not written anything for the organ since One biographer, Niemann, points out that most of the Preludes deal with "last things.

    According to Kalbeck, Brahms' friend and first biographer, there is some doubt as to whether these pieces were intended for publication. Although Brahms had grown up in a Lutheran environment, he had quickly disassociated himself from Christianity.

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    Why Brahms reverted to these "Chorales" at the end of his life will always remain a mystery. Each Prelude is preceded by the Chorale itself. For these, I used the excellent, and in some cases, "unusual" version in the Biggs Mercury edition.