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1Sept Improvisations, op. 150: VII. Allegro giocoso
organ [St.Albans Abbey]:
Stephen Darlington (conductor/organist) (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recorded at:
St Albans Abbey in City of St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recording of:
Improvisation in A minor, op. 150 no. 7 (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
composer:
Camille Saint‐Saëns (composer) (from 1916 until 1917)
part of:
7 Improvisations, op. 150
Camille Saint‐Saëns4:17
2Sept Improvisations, op. 150: IV. Allegretto
organ [St.Albans Abbey]:
Stephen Darlington (conductor/organist) (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recorded at:
St Albans Abbey in City of St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recording of:
Improvisation in A major, op. 150 no. 4 (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
composer:
Camille Saint‐Saëns (composer) (from 1916 until 1917)
part of:
7 Improvisations, op. 150
Camille Saint‐Saëns2:46
3Prelude and Fugue in B major, op. 99 no. 2
organ [St.Albans Abbey]:
Stephen Darlington (conductor/organist) (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recorded at:
St Albans Abbey in City of St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recording of:
3 Preludes and Fugues, op. 99: No. 2 in B major (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
composer:
Camille Saint‐Saëns (composer)
dedicated to:
Alexandre Guilmant (organist and composer)
part of:
3 Preludes and Fugues, op. 99
Camille Saint‐Saëns6:54
4Fantaisie pour Orgue, op. 157
organ [St.Albans Abbey]:
Stephen Darlington (conductor/organist) (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recorded at:
St Albans Abbey in City of St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
recording of:
Fantaisie no. 3 en ut majeur, op. 157 (from 1985-01-28 until 1985-01-31)
composer:
Camille Saint‐Saëns (composer) (in 1919)
dedicated to:
Manuel II de Portugal
part of:
Works of Camille Saint-Saëns by opus number (number: op. 157)
Camille Saint‐Saëns10:56
5Fluorescence
organ [Colston Hall, Bristol]:
Colin Andrews (organist) (on 1984-09-08)
recorded at:
Colston Hall in Bristol, England, United Kingdom (on 1984-09-08)
recording of:
Fluorescence, op. 22 (on 1984-09-08)
composer:
Paul Patterson (British composer) (in 1973)
Paul Patterson3:10
6Six pièces pour orgue: B.A.C.H.
organ [Wells Cathedral]:
Christopher Brayne (organist) (from 1987-04-11 until 1987-04-12)
recorded at:
Wells Cathedral in Wells, Somerset, England, United Kingdom (from 1987-04-11 until 1987-04-12)
recording of:
Six pièces pour orgue "B.A.C.H." (from 1987-04-11 until 1987-04-12)
composer:
Jean Langlais (composer and organist) (in 1985)
Jean Langlais14:54
7Tongues of Fire
organ [Ely Cathedral]:
Arthur Wills (organist) (from 1986-07-02 until 1986-07-04)
recorded at:
Ely Cathedral in Ely, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1986-07-02 until 1986-07-04)
recording of:
Tongues of Fire (from 1986-07-02 until 1986-07-04)
composer:
Arthur Wills (organist)
Arthur Wills5:42
8Sequence and Etheldreda Rag
organ [Ely Cathedral]:
Arthur Wills (organist) (from 1986-07-02 until 1986-07-04)
recorded at:
Ely Cathedral in Ely, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1986-07-02 until 1986-07-04)
recording of:
Sequence and Etheldreda Rag (from 1986-07-02 until 1986-07-04)
composer:
Arthur Wills (organist)
Arthur Wills3:34
9Fanfare and Gothic March
organ [Bath Abbey]:
John Dudley Holroyd (organist) (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
recorded at:
Bath Abbey in Bath, Somerset, England, United Kingdom (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
recording of:
Fanfare and Gothic March (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
composer:
Guy Weitz (Belgian 20th century organist & composer) (in 1937)
Guy Weitz5:37
10Cortege et Litanie
organ [Bath Abbey]:
John Dudley Holroyd (organist) (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
recorded at:
Bath Abbey in Bath, Somerset, England, United Kingdom (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
recording of:
Cortège et Litanie, op. 19 no. 2 (for organ solo) (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
composer:
Marcel Dupré (French organist and composer)
Marcel Dupré5:47
11Noel no. 6 in G
organ [Bath Abbey]:
John Dudley Holroyd (organist) (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
recorded at:
Bath Abbey in Bath, Somerset, England, United Kingdom (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
recording of:
Nouveau livre de Noëls: Nº. 6. Qu'Adam fut un pauvre homme (from 1983-03-03 until 1983-03-07)
composer:
Louis‐Claude Daquin
part of:
Nouveau livre de Noëls
Louis-Claude Daquin6:26

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part of:Priory LP Archive Series (number: 7) (order: 7)