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Alla Rumba
(Audio CD)
J. Scott Bennett

Dr. J. Scott Bennett plays the Reuter organ at historic Grace Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina.  Dr. Bennett plays some of his own arrangements for organ solo and organ with brass in this lively album.

Issued only as CD.
Presently CD is sold out.
Pending re-release as MP3 in 2015.

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Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7172
Length: 73′ 00″
Tracks:  15
Organ: Reuter
Venue: Grace Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina
Recorded: 11/15/2003
Released: 01/15/2013
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author: Scott Bennett
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 12pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077717222

American Record Guide An earlier review … of a Bennett program was very positive, and this newest release is just as satisfying. There is something here for any listener, from the arrangement of warhorse (Finlandia) to familiar fare (Bach, Dupré, Langlais, et al.) to seldom heard pieces (Planyavsky). … Vierne’s popular Carillon de Westminster and Impromptu are done with ease and just the right tempo and flow. … Bennett enlisted a handful of crackerjack brass performers, and the result is quite good. Easily the slickest track is the pop favorite by Leroy Anderson. Superb brass playing with all the pep and clarity one could ask for. Definitely a standout performance. Bennett’s handling of the technical challenges… is outstanding. … Bennett does an excellent job with this remarkably varied program. – Jan / Feb 2005, Donald E. Metz

01 • Sinfonia to Cantata 29, arr. Bennett • Johann Sebastian Bach • 4’31”
02 • Finlandia, arr. for organ and timpani by Scott Bennett • Jean Sibelius • 8’56”
03 • Feierlicher Einzug [1909] arr. Bennett • Richard Strauss • 6’10”
04 • Bugler’s Holiday, organ with brass arr. Bennett • Leroy Anderson • 2’52”
05 • Toccata Alla Rumba • Peter Planyavsky • 4’25”
06 • Nimrod, from Enigma Variations, arr. Bennett • Edward Elgar • 3’43”
07 • Tuba Tune, arr. Bennett • Norman Cocker • 4’50”
08 • Prelude and Fugue in G minor, Op 7 No 3 • Marcel Dupré • 7’24”
09 • Prélude from Suite, Opus 5 • Maurice Duruflé • 8’41”
10 • Chant de Paix • Jean Langlais • 4’31”
11 • Chorale Prelude on Schönster Herr Jesu • Herman Schroeder • 3’7″
12 • Chorale prelude on Rockingham • Healey Willan • 1’47”
13 • Chorale Prelude on St Anne • Healey Willan • 2’6″
14 • Impromptu from Pièces de Fantaisie • Louis Vierne • 3’29”
15 • Carillon de Westminster from Pièces de Fantaisie • Louis Vierne • 6’21

J. Scott Bennett
Scott Bennett assumed the position of Organist-Choirmaster at Grace Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina in July of 1996. Dr. Bennett came to Charleston from Jackson, Tennessee where he was Associate Professor of Organ and Theory at Union University and Organist-Choirmaster at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Learn more…