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The Organs of Cambridge Vol2 (OXCD-59)


OXCD-59 Pembroke College (Mander) - Anne Page
Fantasia in A minor (No 52) – Byrd
Voluntary (in D) – Tomkins
Voluntary in G – Henry Purcell
Variations on Psalm 24 – A van Noordt
Clare College (Von Beckerath) - Peter Clements
Prelude & Fugue in D major (BuxWV139) – Buxtehude
Vater unser im Himmelreich – Böhm
Praeludium in G – Tunder
Ciacona in D – Pachelbel
The Church of Our Lady and the English Martyrs (Abbott & Smith) - Philip Rushforth
Scherzetto from Organ Sonata in C minor – Whitlock
Elegy in D flat – Ireland
Allegro Moderato from Symphony in G minor (Op 35, No 1) – Lemare
Gonville & Caius College (Klais) - Geoffrey Webber, Christopher Monks, Michael Phillips
Sonata No 2 – Hindemith
Scherzo from Suite Modale – Peeters
Toccata Giocosa – Mathias


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An extended anthology of fourteen organs from the City and University of Cambridge. Various organists including Stephen Cleobury, Anne Page, Richard Marlow. First recording of the restored St John's College Organ. Volumes 1, 3 & 4 are now only available for download. (Please see catalogue for track details).

Pembroke College
Clare College
Our Lady and the English Martyrs
Gonville and Caius College

Organists' Review (May 1995)
Both volumes (1 & 2) offer a rich and well-balanced diet of organs and repertoire. The Pembroke organ proves a fascinating contrast to the Trinity organ, both which are Father Smith-inspired instruments. The Mander is more intimate and slightly less clear in tone than the Metzler, possessed of subtle beauties which Anne Page cunningly displays in her nimble-fingered performances of this attractive early repertoire. The Clare Von Beckerath seems to have mellowed over the past 24 years ....Peter Clements understands it well and plays with authority and flair. His programme is a particularly enjoyable one, though the most enjoyable playing of all is that of Philip Rushforth on the voluptuous Abbot and Smith in the dreamily resonant vaulted spaces of the RC church of Our Lady and the English Martyrs... I can heartily recommend this splendid new pair of CDs to you. [extract]
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