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Divine Splendor
(Audio CD)
Raymond Nagem

The Associate Organist at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, virtuoso organist Raymond Nagem, offers a program that displays many of the limitless tone colors of the Great Organ at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in this, his debut CD album.  The program is anchored by two fine works of large scale that are rarely heard:  Six Variations on a Huegenot Psalm by André Isoir and the First Sonatina by Sigfrid Karg-Elert.

Released as a Digital Audio Compact Disc.

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$17.98

354 in stock

Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7265
Length: 74’ 54”
Tracks:  10
Organ: Aeolian-Skinner / Quimby
Venue: Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City
Recorded: 08/20/2013
Released: 02/21/2014
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author: Raymond Nagem
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 12pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077726521

© 2014 Zarex Corporation.

This album and its tracks are available digitally from the following streaming and download sources:
SPOTIFY
IDAGIO
APPLE MUSIC
NAXOS MUSIC LIBRARY
One must be subscribed and logged-in at Naxos Music Library for the Naxos link to work.

01 • Final from Suite, Op 39 • Marcel Dupré • 4’36”
02 • 6 excerpts from Music for Children, Op 65 • Sergei Prokofiev • 8’13”
03 • First Sonatina, Op 74: Allegro moderato • Sigfrid Karg-Elert • 7’30”
04 • First Sonatina, Op 74: Andante molto • Sigfrid Karg-Elert • 12’38”
05 • Passacaille from Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle • Maurice Ravel • 7’33”
06 • 6 Variations sur un Psaume Huguenot • André Isoir • 12’38”
07 • Clair de Lune, from Pièces de Fantasie, Suite 2, Opus 53 • Louis Vierne • 8’15”
08 • Hymne d’Actions de grâces • Jean Langlais • 5’7″
09 • Air, A Prelude for Organ • Gerre Hancock • 5’39”
10 • The Washington Post March • John Philip Sousa • 2’46”

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