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A Giant Reborn: England's Largest Organ in 1735, Restored - [FSRCD-010] $29.98

Gerard Brooks plays the organ built by Richard Bridge in 1735 at Christ Church, Spitalfields (a locale in London), the largest organ in England at the time with 3 manuals and 48 ranks, restored by William Drake (1943-2014) and his workshop led by Joost de Boer after Drake’s death during the project, completed in May 2015. Organ history, stoplist, registrations used in each piece, photos, and other essays included. Produced by Fugue State Records. 2-CD set
Peter Prelleur: Five Voluntaries of 2 to 5 mvts each
William Walond: Voluntaries No. 1 in G & No. 5 in C Minor
James Nares: Intro. & Fugue in A Minor/Major
John Stanley: Voluntaries in D Minor, A Minor, and in D ”for the trumpet stop”
Stanley: Overture, The Power of Music
Handel: Organ Concerto in F
Maurice Greene: Voluntaries No. 3 in A Minor & No. 5 in G
John Barrett: Voluntary in C
Henry Purcell: Voluntary on the Old 100th
Wm Croft: Voluntary No. 3 in D
Henry Heron: Voluntary No. 9 in G Minor
John Bull: Coranto Battle
William Boyce: Voluntary 1 in D
Thomas Arne: Introduction & Fugue from Concerto 1
John Reading: A Double Voluntary
John James: Voluntary in B Minor
John Keeble: Voluntary 1 in 4 mvts.

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