Bruce Neswick improvises and plays composed works on the 1991 Richards, Fowkes & Co. organ, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Greenwich, Connecticut.
BRUCE NESWICK: Improvised Suite on "Urbs beata Jerusalem" in 5 mvts.
LEO SOWERBY: Toccata
SCHEIDEMANN: Magnificat I toni
J. S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in B-minor, BWV 544
GERRE HANCOCK: Air (1963)
BRUCE NESWICK: Duet, Five Variations on "Langham" (with Brian Carson, organist)
DISTLER: Organ Sonata (Trio), Op. 18, No. 2 (1939)
Neswick is an associate professor of organ at the Indiana University
Jacobs School of Music and previously was director of music at the
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York City. He was
formerly the organist and choirmaster of St. Philip's Cathedral in
Atlanta for many years. Prior to his appointment in Atlanta, he was the
assistant organist-choirmaster and director of the Cathedral Girls'
Choir at the Washington National Cathedral as well as the director of
music at St. Albans School for boys and the National Cathedral School
for Girls. These appointments followed tenures as organist and
choirmaster at Christ Church Cathedral in Lexington, Ky.; Holy Trinity
Anglican Church in Geneva, Switzerland; and St. Paul's Cathedral in