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Miller – Lowry Duo

Michael Miller, trumpet and David Lowry, organ, provide a program of classical works adapted for organ and trumpet, ranging from the baroque to the contemporary, including some opera favorites. The organ is the Casavant organ, Opus 3666 (1989) in the First Baptist Church of Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7026
Length: 60′ 56″
Tracks:  19
Organ: Casavant
Venue: First Baptist Church, Charlotte, North Carolina USA
Recorded: 03/01/1999
Released: 10/31/1999
Producer: Robert Rydel
Notes Author: David Lowry
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 8pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077702624

Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians From the first notes of David German’s Festive Trumpet Tune, one knows that this disc will be a delight. … The recorded sound is clear, crisp, and well balanced. – Victor Hill

The American Record Guide Miller, a member of the Charlotte Symphony since 1992, has plenty of power and a consistently pure tone. … David Lowry, professor emeritus at Winthrop University, is a very fine organist … the Casavant organ is powerful, crisp, and richly voiced. – Kilpatrick

01 • Festive Trumpet Tune • David German • 2’12”
02 • Music from “Timon of Athens” – Grave • Henry Purcell, arr. David Lowry • 57″
03 • Music from “Timon of Athens” – Allegro • Henry Purcell, arr. David Lowry • 1’40”
04 • Music from “Timon of Athens” – Adagio • Henry Purcell, arr. David Lowry • 1’10”
05 • Music from “Timon of Athens” – Allegro • Henry Purcell, arr. David Lowry • 1’48”
06 • Chorale Prelude “An Wasserflüssen Babylon” • Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. David Lowry • 4’39”
07 • Reflections on a Tune (organ solo) • David Ashley White • 5’4″
08 • Prelude on “Charleston” (organ solo) • Robert J. Powell • 3’17”
09 • Zlaté Okno • Petr Eben • 6’11”
10 • Sonata, Opus 200 – I • Alan Hovhaness • 4’36”
11 • Sonata, Opus 200 – II • Alan Hovhaness • 3’45”
12 • Sonata, Opus 200 – III • Alan Hovhaness • 4’46”
13 • Soliloquy (organ solo) • David Conte • 3’38”
14 • Puccini Suite – Salve Regina • Giacomo Puccini, arr. Lowry • 2’20”
15 • Puccini Suite – Avanti • Giacomo Puccini, arr. Lowry • 1’24”
16 • Puccini Suite – Sole e amore • Giacomo Puccini, arr. Lowry • 2’6″
17 • Puccini Suite – “Nessun dorma” from Turandot • Giacomo Puccini, arr. Lowry • 2’44”
18 • Wondrous Love • Paul Nicholson • 2’36”
19 • Variations Grégoriennes sur un “Salve Regina” • Henri Tomasi • 5’40”

Miller – Lowry Duo
David Lowry is Professor of Music, Emeritus, at Winthrop University, Rock Hill, South Carolina, and the Parish Musician of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Columbia, South Carolina, where he resides. Learn more…

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