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The Organ at the Met (Audio CD) Simon Nieminski

Simon Nieminski plays the new Matthew Copley pipe organ at St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Details

Format: Digital Audio CD
Label:  PRO ORGANO
Catalog Number:  CD 7222
Length: 76’ 18″
Tracks:  16
Organ: Matthew Copley
Venue: St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral (R.C)., Edinburgh, Scotland UK
Recorded: 04/01/2008
Released: 08/11/2008
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author: Simon Nieminski
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 12pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077722226

Journal of Association of Anglican Musicians “…a wide variety of works that will please a general audience, all performed with the utmost of musical integrity. The Zarex Studio sound is spectacular.” – Victor Hill

01 • Marche Festivale • Jules Grison • 6’18”
02 • Méditation from Thaïs • Jules Massenet • 5’38”
03 • Clair de Lune • Claude Debussy • 4’59”
04 • Let’s Get Rhythm! • Thomas Roß • 2’58”
05 • Fünf Achtel • Thomas Roß • 2’53”
06 • Keep Cool • Thomas Roß • 2’56”
07 • Carillon-Sortie • Richard Frèteur • 4’55”
08 • Méditation • Charles Lefebvre • 6’28”
09 • Impetuoso • Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann • 6’19”
10 • Exercise Musical from Pipeaux • Darius Milhaud • 1’7″
11 • Pastoral from Pipeaux • Jacques Ibert • 50″
12 • Villanelle from Pipeaux • Francis Poulenc • 1’57”
13 • Echo Bells • John Hyatt Brewer • 6’18”
14 • Sonata in D Minor, Op. 1, I. Allegro-maestoso • Alphonse Mailly • 9’40”
15 • Sonata in D Minor, Op. 1, II. Andante • Alphonse Mailly • 5’42”
16 • Sonata in D Minor, Op. 1, III. Allegro con brio • Alphonse Mailly • 7’16”

Simon Nieminski
Simon Nieminski was born in London and descended from an unlikely mixture of Edwardian Japanese acrobats, Lancastrian Music Hall artistes and a Polish army veteran. He studied in London at the Royal College of Music, at Cambridge University and as Organ Scholar of York Minster. He has many years’ experience in the cathedral music tradition, currently as Organist of St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral, Edinburgh. Learn more…

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