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Pipes Rhode Island
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sound recording
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accompanying material (eng)
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Lccn: 2010618502
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Agincourt hymn / John Dunstable ; arr. by E. Power Biggs (Patrick Aiken, organ) (1:36)
Fugue in G (Gigue), BWV 577 / Johann Sebastian Bach (Mark Steinbach, organ) (3:30)
Lyric rhapsody / Searle Wright (Peter Krasinski, organ) (9:27)
Trumpet tune / Martha Sobaje (Martha Sobaje, organ) (1:50)
Adagio (Symphonie V) / Charles-Marie Widor (Stephen Martorella, organ) (4:45)
Fanfare / John Cook (James Busby, organ) (5:34)
Transports de joie (L'Ascension) / Olivier Messiaen (Mark Steinbach, organ) (4:28)
Prelude, fugue, and chaconne in C / Dietrich Buxtehude (Andrew Galuska, organ) (5:25)
Choral no. 2 in B minor / César Franck (Andrew Galuska, organ) (14:14)
Master Tallis's testament / Herbert Howells (James Busby, organ) (5:55)
Intermezzo op. 118, no. 9 / Marco Enrico Bossi (Andrew Galuska, organ) (3:22)
Litanies / Jehan Alain (Mark Steinbach, organ) (4:25)
Chaconne / Martha Sobaje (Martha Sobaje, organ) (3:26)
Toccata (Veni Creator Spiritus) / Maurice Duruflé (Stephen Martorella, organ) (2:42)
Improvisation on Salve Regina / Andrew Galuska (Andrew Galuska, organ) (3:32)
Jerusalem / Charles Hubert H. Parry (Patrick Aiken, organ) (1:33).
Place: 3770 lcc-g
Recordings took place at eleven locations in Providence, Wickford, Cranston, Westerly, Newport, and Johnston, Rhode Island.
Authorized Access Point
Dunstable, John, approximately 1390-1453. Pipes Rhode Island