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American symphony orchestra based at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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CreditsPaul Fejko - Editing, Mastering
Matthew Glandorf - Organ
Victor Hoyt - Photography
Edward J. Kelly - Recording
Patrick J. Murphy - Organ Maker
Wesley Parrott - Organ
David Pasbrig - Editing, Mastering
William T. van Pelt - Executive Producer
Track List - Disc 1
|1||Fanfare No. 3, for organ||1:34|
|Adagio and Allegro for mechanical organ in F minor, K. 594|
|Suite for Organ|
|6||Fantasy for Flute Stops||8:08|
|7||Fanfare No. 7, for organ||1:25|
|Fantasie & Fuge über den Choral "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam", for organ, S. 259 (LW E1)|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Prelude for piano No.6 in G minor, Op. 23/5||4:09|
|2||Prelude for piano No.1 in C sharp minor ("The Bells of Moscow"), Op. 3/2||4:09|
|Psalm Preludes for organ, Set 2|
|3||Psalm 130, verse 1: De profundis clamavi ad te, Domine. Lento, dolente||7:16|
|4||Psalm 139, verse 11: Yea, the darkness is no darkness with Thee, but the night is as clear as the d||5:57|
|5||Psalm 33, verse 3: Sing unto the Lord a new song: play skilfully with a loud noise. Allegro (non tr||7:35|
|Improvised Preludes (2) on Spirituals, for organ|
|6||Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child||5:06|
|7||Ride on, King Jesus||2:55|
|Romanian Folk Dances (6) (Román népi táncok), for piano, Sz. 56, BB 68|
|8||Joc Cu Bata (Dance with Sticks)||0:58|
|9||Braul (Waistband dance)||0:29|
|10||Pe Loc (Stamping Dance)||0:43|
|11||Buciumeana (Hornpipe Dance)||0:54|
|12||Poarca Romanseasca (Romanian Polka)||0:36|
|13||Maruntel (Quick Dance)||1:00|
|14||Passacaglia and Fugue, for organ in C minor, BWV 582 (BC J79)||13:16|
|Improvised Character Dances (5), for organ|
|15||Danse Antique - Homage to Pierre Attaignant||3:08|
|16||Minuet pour Monsieur Gigout||4:08|
|17||La Foglia in the Style of Corelli||4:46|
|18||Danse Lent in Memory of Jean Langlais||6:08|