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A Tennessee Organ Tour, John Brock, Organist - [OAR-270] $15.98

John Brock plays works from Buxtehude to Zeuner on eight organs:
1888 Felgemaker, Chattanooga
1987 Wilhelm, Knoxville
c.1840 unknown, Bolivar
1986 Brombaugh meantone, Collegedale
c. 1845 James Hall, Greeneville
1891 Jardine, Nashville
1974 Beckerath, Nashville
1986 Noack, Memphis

DURUFLÉ: Chorale & Variations on Veni creator
GUILAIN: Duo & Dialogue, Suite in 2nd mode
RAYNOR TAYLOR: Variations on Adeste Fidelis
MERULA: Capriccio cromatico
BUXTEHUDE: Prelude in C
ZEUNER: Voluntary
HANDEL: Water Music
BACH: Prelude in c
SELBY: Voluntary in A
MENDELSSOHN: Sonata No. 1 in F
BÖHM: Partita Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend
PARKER: Concert Piece
SIMON PRESTON: Alleluyas
DISTLER: Partita Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland

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