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Christopher Dearnley - Ceremonial Music For Organ album mp3

Performer: Christopher Dearnley
Title: Ceremonial Music For Organ
Released: 1980
Category: Classical
Album rating: 4.9
Votes: 252
Size MP3: 1482 mb
Size FLAC: 1627 mb
Size WMA: 1986 mb


A1 March (Pieces For Musical Clock)
A2a Prince Eugen's March
A2b Southwark Grenadiers' March
A2c Prince Eugen's March (Repeat)
A3 Wedding March (The Marriage Of Figaro)
A4 Trumpet Tune (King Arthur)
A5 Hornpipe
A6a The Lord Mayor's Swan-Hopping Trumpet Tune
A6b Trumpet Tune
A6c The Lord Mayor's Swan-Hopping Trumpet Tune (Repeat)
A7 Rigadoon (Almira)
A8 Fanfare On 'Gopsal'
A9 Fanfare On 'Old 100th'
A10 The Archbishops' Fanfare
A11 Trumpet Tune And Almand
A12 The Prince Of Denmark's March
A13 Trumpet Voluntary
B The 94th Psalm (Sonata For Organ)


Christopher Dearnley plays the organ in St Paul's Cathederal, London.

Gatefold sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: OUP-154-A-1 S.D. Made in Germany 020
  • Matrix / Runout (OUP 154 B-2 020 after Made in Germany is mirror imaged): OUP 154 B-2 Made in Germany OUP 154 B-2 020 020

Christopher Dearnley plays the organ in St Paul's Cathederal, London.

Christopher Dearnley. 9. Introduction and Toccata, for organ (Tune: Lasst uns Erfreuen). Christopher Dearnley. 10. Prelude, for organ in D minor, T. 222. 11. Prelude and Fugue for organ in F sharp minor. 12. Praeambulum, for organ.

Album · 2008 · 18 Songs. By Sir Arthur Sullivan - Christopher Dearnley. The Organ of St. George's Hall, Liverpool. Music for an Occasion - The Organ of St. Paul's Cathedral, London. Great Cathedral Organs of England, Vol. 2.

The late Christopher Dearnley established a world-wide reputation as an outstanding organist and leading church musician through many recordings and solo performances. Born in Wolverhampton in 1930 the third son of an Anglican clergyman, Dearnley was educated at Cranleigh school and Worcester College, Oxford, where he held an organ scholarship. After leaving Oxford, Dearnley did his national service in the RAF at Melksham. As the base was near Salisbury, he made contact with the cathedral organist, Douglas Guest, who invited him to play for some services. One of the music teachers who responded to his advertisement later became his wife and bore him three sons and a daughter. This meant that when he was appointed to St Paul's in 1968, he became the first occupant of the organist's house in Amen Court for more than a century with young children.

Classical Jazz Sheet Music Books. Christopher Dearnley (organ). Catalogue No: PRCD6003. Boëllmann: Élévation in E flat, Op. 29 No. 1. Soler, A: Verses on Te Deum. Lloyd Webber, W: Hovingham Sketches. Choveaux, N: Introduction and Toccata. Pachelbel: Prelude and Fugue in D minor. Reger: Prelude and Fugue in F sharp minor (1912). Lefebure-Wely: Sortie in E flat major.

Christopher Dearnley, George . andel - March (Overture to the Occasional Oratorio) 02:32. Percy Whitlock, Christopher Dearnley - Exultemus (from Seven Sketches from the Psalms) 04:34. Percy Whitlock, Christopher Dearnley - Folk Tune (Five Short Pieces) 04:00. Herbert Howells, Christopher Dearnley - Psalm Prelude N. Set 2 07:32. Arthur Bliss, Christopher Dearnley - Andante tranquillo 02:37.

Веб-версия YouTube Music для компьютера. Music from Salisbury : Salisbury Cathedral 1966 (Christopher Dearnley). Archive of Recorded Church Music. Commercial audio cassette issued on the Sequence label (Z. EQ. 22512) in 1966 and featuring the choir of Salisbury Cathedral, directed by Christopher Dearnley, with Michael Deason-Barrow (treble) and Richard Lloyd (organ). O Lord, rebuke me not (William Byrd) 2. The sun shall be no more (Maurice Greene) 3. Turn thy face from my sins (Thomas Attwood) 4. Laudate Dominum (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) 5. Ye now are sorrowful (Johannes Brahms) 6. O give thanks unto the Lord (Samuel Sebastian Wesley) 7. Pie Jesu (Gabriel Fauré) 8. Evening Service in G (Charles Stanford).

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