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Dorothy Papadakos

Dorothy Papadakos & Friends – including Judy Collins, Bill Irwin, and The Klezmatics, provide an album of Inter-Faith Wedding Music from the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City.  The program features selections of brass with organ, a cappella choral selections, organ solo music, West African percussion, and organ with Scottish small pipes and Highland Pipes.

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$17.98

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Details

Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7098
Length: 76′ 53″
Tracks:  17
Organ: Aeolian-Skinner
Venue: Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City USA
Recorded: 07/07/1997
Released: 12/07/1997
Producer: Frederick Hohman, Dorothy Papadakos
Notes Author: Dorothy Papadakos
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 8pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077709821

 

The American Organist If you, like us, have occasionally had a generational clash while planning wedding music, get this CD, ‘a cool ’ This CD is something else, ad we urge Miss Suzy and Dr. Pedalthumper to get it for the good of their souls. – Vernon Gotwals

The Organ Proceeds from the sale of this CD benefit the Great Organ Restoration Fund of the Cathedral Church of St John the Divine, New York City. … Dorothy Papadakos was appointed organistt in 1990. becoming the first woman to hold this prestigious position. With a widely-based training not only in church music but also in jazz. cabaret, ballet and the theatre, she brings an entirely new dimension to the post of Cathedral Organist and in this CD she and her colleagues show us that if we will only take the trouble to look, there is a vast amount of good wedding music that can be performed for a wide variety of circumstance. Whether we can do as well as St John the Divine is doubtful. – DRC

01 • Grand Choeur Dialogué (brass with organ) • Eugène Gigout • 5’40”
02 • The Prince of Denmark’s March (brass with organ) • Jeremiah Clarke • 3’26”
03 • Medley: She Moved Through the Fair • Cailean Mo Ruinsa (The Maid I Adore) • The Maid on the Shamrock Shore • arr. Dorothy Papadakos Scottish Small Pipes • 6’39”
04 • Sheva Brokhes / Mazl Tov, Dorothy! – The Klezmatics • Sklamberg and Svigals • 5’14”
05 • Shika-No-Tonay (Distant Sound of Deer) • Shakuhachi played by Shoji Mizumoto • 7’6″
06 • Let the Bright Seraphim from Samson • Georg Frideric Handel – Renay Peters, soprano • 5’15”
07 • Rigaudon from Idoménée • André Campra • 2’27”
08 • My Beloved is Mine – Judy Collins, vocal • Dorothy Papadakos (ASCAP) • 5’15”
09 • Improvisation on Wedding Bell Blues • Laura Nyro • 6’16”
10 • Sounou • Traditional West African Mali • 1’45”
11 • Ko Sayam Bey • Traditional West African Mali • 3’2″
12 • Ami Jugalondey • Traditional West African Mali • 4’3″
13 • Sicut cervus desiderat ad fontes • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina • 3’1″
14 • Set Me As a Seal Upon Thine Heart • William Walton • 3’16”
15 • Ubi caritas et amor • Maurice Duruflé • 2’38”
16 • Toccata in F from Symphony 5, Opus 42 • Charles-Marie Widor • 4’57”
17 • Medley: The Brown Haired Maiden • Mairi’s Wedding • Lochanside • arr. Dorothy Papadakos – Highland Pipes, Mike MacNintch • 5’21”

Dorothy Papadakos
Dorothy Papadakos served as organist for The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City from the 1990s through 2001. During her time at the Cathedral she built a reputation with her vivid organ improvisations, and for her ability to reach out to involve musicians and music from all walks of live and to integrate this music with the music of the Anglican tradition. Learn more…

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