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This programme is designed to illustrate the ingenuity of the organ designer (Dr Sidney Campbell) and the skill of the builders (Harrison and Harrison of Durham), by presenting three short recitals of English, German, and French organ music.
Roger Judd has been associated with the music of St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle, since 1985, when he was appointed Assistant Organist. In this capacity he accompanies the choir for services in the Chapel, a daily round which has been offered almost uninterrupted since 1348.
He has broadcast with the choir on radio and television many times, and accompanied them on tours abroad and on recordings of music by Parry, Tomkins and Tavener. He has made three other organ solo CDs for Herald Records (HAVPCD203, HAVPCD204, and HAVPCD225), all of which were received very favourably by the critics.
1;04:30;Flourish for an Occasion;William Harris
2;04:49;Andantino in D flat;Edwin Lemare
3;04:38;Song of Sunshine;Alfred Hollins
4;04:17;Allegretto grazioso;Frank Bridge
5;05:01;Postlude in D minor;Charles Villiers Stanford
6;03:15;Fugue ‘alla giga’, BWV 577;Johann Sebastian Bach
7;07:21;Introduction and Passacaglia in D minor;Max Reger
8;00:54;1. Pieces for a mechanical organ . Menuett: Allegretto”;Joseph Haydn
9;00:56;2. Presto;Joseph Haydn
10;01:28;3. Allegretto;Joseph Haydn
12;01:22;5. Vivace;Joseph Haydn
13;01:22;6. Allegro ma non troppo;Joseph Haydn
14;13:25;A Grand Dramatic Fantasia;’Chevalier’ Sigismond Neukomm
15;02:54;Scherzo (Symphonie II, Op. 13);Charles-Marie Widor
16;07:15;Adagio (Symphonie III< Op. 28);Louis Vierne 17;05:04;Fantaisie in E flat;Camille Saint-Saens 18;07:01;Choral et Fugue, Op. 57;Marcel Dupre [/table]