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Picture of The Kelvingrove Organ Booklet and CD
  • Picture of The Kelvingrove Organ Booklet and CD
  • Picture of The Kelvingrove Organ Booklet and CD
  • Picture of The Kelvingrove Organ Booklet and CD

The Kelvingrove Organ Booklet and CD

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  • Title: The Kelvingrove Organ: A short history by Dr James Hunter

  • Author: Dr James Hunter

  • Format: Paperback

  • Pages: 16

  • Dimensions: 17.8 x 25.3cm

  • Publisher: Glasgow Museums

  • Language: English

  • ISBN: 9780902752955

The Kelvingrove Organ Booklet and CD: A short history by Dr James Hunter.

The organ at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has a long and esteemed history. A product of excellent Victorian craftsmanship, it remains one the finest instruments in public ownership today. Visitors to Kelvingrove still enjoy listening to its music, thanks to the organists who give generously of their skills and time.

Revealing the full story of the organ for the first time, proceeds from the sale of this booklet and the accompanying CD will assist in safeguarding its future.

CD Contents:

1 Variations on Folk Tune 'Kelvingrove' James Hunter
1 Theme 2 Pastorale 3 Gigue 4 Trumpet 5 Lament 6 Finale
Played by James Hunter

2 Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565, J.S.Bach
Played by John Butt

3 Trumpet Voluntary, Jeremiah Clarke
Played by James Hunter

4 Highland Cathedral, Korb and Roever
Played by Duncan Sinclair

5 Toccata from 5th Symphony, Charles Marie Widor
Played by Christopher Nickol

6 Nimrod from 'Enigma Variations', Edward Elgar
Played by William r. Hutcheson

7 Londenderry Air, Traditional Irish
Played by James Hunter

8 'Nun Danket alle Gott' ('Marche Triomphale'), Sigfrid Karg-Elert
Played by George McPhee

9 Andantino in D Flat 'Moonlight and Roses', Edwin H Lemare
Played by Christopher Nickol

10 Finale from Overture 'William Tell', Gioachino Rossini
Played by John Kitchen

11 Aave Maria, Bach / Gounod
Played by Mark Browne

12 Fanfare, Jacques Lemmens
Played by John Kitchen

13 Berceuse, Louis Vierne
Played by Jeremy Cull

14 Finale - Sonata no.1, Felix Mendelssohn
Played by Mark Browne

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