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Fast and Sinister
(Audio CD)
J. Scott Bennett

This CD brings something new for just about every organist and follower of organ music. This CD includes one of the most memorable of movements from the pen of Leo Sowerby (from Organ Symphony No. 2), which Scott has adopted as the CD’s title, and a very rarely heard organ partita from post World War II German from Karl Höller. Add to this the heroic and turbulent music of the Passacaglia quasi Toccata from Milos Sokola, and music of Widor, Reger, Bonnet, Dupré and Reubke, and you have a socko boffo (def.: superb, excellent, stunning) album. Performed by American organist Scott Bennett upon the 4-manual Reuter organ of Grace Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Details

Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7147
Length: 73’ 17”
Tracks:  9
Organ: Reuter
Venue: Grace Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina
Recorded: 01/15/2002
Released: 03/07/2013
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author: Frederick Hohman
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 12pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077714726

01 • Passacaglia quasi Toccata on the theme BACH • Milos Sokola • 5’49”
02 • Allegro vivace (theme with variations) from Fifth Organ Symphony, Op 42 No 1 • Charles-Marie Widor • 10’32”
03 • Variations on a Noel, Op 20 • Marcel Dupré • 11’34”
04 • Partita on the Choral O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen, Op 1 • Karl Höller • 9’23”
05 • Fast and Sinister from Organ Symphony in G • Leo Sowerby • 8’32”
06 • Chorale Prelude on Wie schön leuchtet • Niels Wilhelm Gade • 4’27”
07 • Toccata and Fugue in D minor, Op 59 No 5-6 • Max Reger • 7’47”
08 • Variations de Concert, Op 1 • Joseph Bonnet • 8’39”
09 • Fugue from Sonata on the 94th Psalm • Julius Reubke • 6’29”

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…