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Spirited Fantasies – Organ Music of Frank Speller
(Audio CD)
Frank Speller

In this 1996 recording, Frank Speller, organ and harpsichord teacher at the University of Texas, Austin, plays a program entirely of works he composed, with works for solo organ with soprano and organ with brass.  The Visser-Rowland organ in Bates Recital Hall at the University of Texas, Austin is featured.  Produced by John Proffitt.

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Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7092
Length: 65′ 14“
Tracks:  14
Organ: Visser-Rowland
Venue: Bates Recital Hall, University of Texas, Austin
Recorded: 08/01/1996
Released: 12/03/1996
Producer: John G. Proffitt
Notes Author: Frank Speller
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 8pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077709227

01 • Symphonic Fantasy for Brass and Organ on A Mighty Fortress is our God • Frank Speller • 13’17”
02 • Scottish Suite – Musette • Frank Speller • 2’29”
03 • Scottish Suite – Pastorale • Frank Speller • 3’43”
04 • Scottish Suite – Ecossaise • Frank Speller • 2’45”
05 • Advent Song (with Ginny Clark, soprano) • Frank Speller • 2’41”
06 • Prelude on O Come, O Come Emmanuel • Frank Speller • 2’58”
07 • Six Preludes on Diverse Hymns – Kingsfold • Frank Speller • 3′
08 • Six Preludes on Diverse Hymns – Deirdre • Frank Speller • 3’32”
09 • Six Preludes on Diverse Hymns – Herzliebster Jesu • Frank Speller • 2’40”
10 • Six Preludes on Diverse Hymns – Der am Kreuz • Frank Speller • 2’32”
11 • Six Preludes on Diverse Hymns – Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier / The Call • Frank Speller • 9’2″
12 • Holy, Holy, Holy • Frank Speller • 4’35”
13 • Toccata: The Glory of the Holy Spirit • Frank Speller • 6’25”
14 • Fantasy for Pentecost: Veni Creator Spiritus / Down Ampney • Frank Speller • 4’28”

Frank Speller
This biography is current to 1996. Frank Speller teaches organ and harpsichord at the University of Texas at Austin and is organist at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Austin. With degrees from the University of Colorado and Indiana University, he has studied with Everett Hilty and Alexander McCurdy in the United States, and Jeanne Demessieux and Pierre Froidebise in France. Learn more…