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Music She Wrote: Organ Compositions by Women, Frances Nobert, Organist
Rosales Organ, 81 ranks, Claremont, California - [OAR-550]
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On the famous Rosales/Glatter-Götz organ of 81 ranks on three manuals completed in 1998 at the Congregational Church in Claremont, California, Frances Nobert plays organ works by eleven female composers. The interesting program explores many works either rarely or not otherwise recorded.
Erzsébet Szönyi (b. 1924): Praeambulum from Six Pieces for Organ
Jeanne Shaffer (b. 1925): Partita on Schmücke Dich (Deck Thyself, My Soul, with Gladness)
Ester Mägi (b. 1922): Dialog: Prelude with Choral
Margaret Vardell Sandresky (b. 1921): L'homme armé Organ Mass
Roberta Bitgood (b. 1908): Chorale Prelude on "God Himself is With Us"
Orpha Ochse (b. 1925): Chaconne
Elfrida Andrée (1841-1929): Finale from Organ Symphony No. 1 in B minor
Emma Lou Diemer (b. 1927): Three American Hymn Preludes

1. The Lone, Wild Bird (Southern Folktune)
2. Many and Great, O God, Are Thy Things (Native American Melody)
3. Wherever I May Wander (New England Folk Melody)
Margaret Meier (b. 1936): Romantic Passacaglia on a Twelve-Tone Theme
Germainne Tailleferre (1892-1983): Nocturne
Florence Price (1887-1953): Eight Variations on a Folksong (Peter, Go Ring Dem Bells)

Music She Wrote: Organ Compositions by Women, Frances Nobert, Organist<BR>Rosales Organ, 81 ranks, Claremont, California
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