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Treasure Coast Pipes
(Audio CD)
David Hill

David Hill, who was organist at Winchester Cathedral at the time this album was recorded, presents a varied recital program of organ literature upon the Harrison & Harrison pipe organ of Trinity Episcopal Church in Vero Beach, Florida USA.

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Product Description


Format: Digital Audio CD
Catalog Number:  CD 7035
Length: 67′ 44″
Tracks:  13
Organ:  Harrison & Harrison
Venue:  Trinity Episcopal Church, Vero Beach, Florida USA
Recorded: 01/11/1998
Released: 04/25/1998
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author:  David Hill
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 8-pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 6360777035 2 2

This album and its tracks are soon to become available digitally through NAXOS and it streaming and download affiliates.

“For what I assume is Pro Organo’s first venture with an English organ virtuoso, I doubt there could have been a more solid choice than David Hill, the noted conductor and organist/choirmaster at Winchester Cathedral. This CD was produced and engineered by Pro Organo’s Frederick Hohman on the occasion of the dedication of a new 3-manual organ from the English firm Harrison & Harrison, at Trinity Episcopal Church in the Treasure Coast city of Vero Beach, Florida in January, 1998.

“The overall aura of this CD is a festive one, a mood one might expect when a new organ is dedicated. There is much repertoire which exploits the variety of colors and combination available on the instrument, and it is all brilliantly played by David Hill with solid technique, a keen ear for registration and a more than adequate common musical sense. But it should be said at the fore that the new organ, which has been finely designed and crafted, has been installed into an acoustical environment which is appears to be far more dry than live. It is for this reason that I must surmize that David Hill arrived at a program which craftily conceals almost every shortcoming owing to lack of room resonance.”

Bernard Durman – The Diapason

1. An Occasional Trumpet Voluntary, Patrick Gowers after Jeremiah Clarke
2. Chorale Prelude on “Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern” (How Brightly Shines the Morning Star), BuxWV 223, Dietrich Buxtehude
3-5. Sonata in D minor for Organ, John Stanley
6. Master Tallis’s Testament (from Six Pieces for Organ), Herbert Howells
7. Prelude and Fugue in C major, “the 9/8,” BWV 547, Johann Sebastian Bach
8. Partita: Awake, My Heart, With Gladness (Auf, auf, mein Herz, mit Freuden), Flor Peeters
9. Toccata, Georgi Mushel
10. Hornpipe Humoresque, Noel Rawsthorne
11-12.. Toccata in B-flat minor and Clair de Lune, from Pièces de Fantaisie, Second Suite, Opus 53, Louis Vierne
13. Sortie in E-flat, Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wély