Category Archives: Recordings

Hollins Triumphal March on the Hull City Hall Organ

Hollins Triumphal March on the Hull City Hall Organ I have added a fine recording of this captivating march by Alfred Hollins played by David Liddle. Hollins was blind, and David is blind. Get more information, see the music, and … Continue reading

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Sowerby Concerto Conducted by Ormandy

Sowerby Concerto Conducted by Ormandy I got a nice post about the off-air recording of the Sowerby Concerto that I share on my Recordings Page (scroll to bottom). What a surprise on visiting your webpage to discover the Sowerby Concerto … Continue reading

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Elsa’s Procession to the Minster: Brewer & Orem

Elsa’s Procession to the Minster: Brewer & Orem I was really pleased to find Justin Maxey’s recording of Wagner’s “Procession to the Minster,” also known as “Elsa’s Procession” and, as above, “Minster March.” You know that I love to share … Continue reading

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Yankee Doodle in Norway

Yankee Doodle in Norway I was so very pleased to have the talented organist, Bodil Fagerheim, contribute this recording of Fred Feibel’s arrangement of Yankee Doodle. What fun! Bodil is the mother of the equally-talented organist,  Jarle Fagerheim. First, this … Continue reading

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Recordings Requested

Recordings Requested I have been updating my website to HTML5 Audio and removing the old, unsupported Apple Quicktime plugin. Over the days of editing, it struck me that I need some recordings. I always welcome your recordings of my restored … Continue reading

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Bells of St Anne Recording Added

Bells of St Anne Recording Added At the notice of a friend, I have added a terrific recording of the second piece from St Lawrence Sketches by Alexander Russell, “The Bells of St Anne de Beaupré.” It was played by … Continue reading

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An Elgar Celebration

An Elgar Celebration For those of you who do not play Elgar, here is something that may change your minds. For two of the transcriptions by Herbert Brewer, I have added recordings on a fine Willis organ — which recording … Continue reading

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Macfarlane Scherzo at the Legion of Honor’s E M Skinner

Macfarlane Scherzo at the Legion of Honor’s E M Skinner Steve Ketterer also played another of my restored pieces in his recent concert on the Legion of Honor E M Skinner. Below is his video of Will C Macfarlane’s Scherzo. … Continue reading

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New Recording of Prélude by Albert Ribollet

I have added a lovely recording of “Prélude” by Albert Ribollet. It is the first of the twelve pieces in his “Douze Piéces” available from Michael’s Music Service. Pastór de Lasala played the II/14 Möller, Opus 5,466 (1929) at Mosman … Continue reading

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Albert Benzler Plays Abide With Me

Abide With Me Frederick W Ecke was an arranger for band, but he also made organ compositions. In 1909, he arranged one of my favorite hymns, “Abide With Me” by William Henry Monk. Organs were difficult to record in those … Continue reading

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