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Christmas Rhapsody: An Organ Tour in Boston - [OAR-260] $15.98

Marian Ruhl Metson plays five historic organs in and near Boston:

1. 1848 George Stevens organ, Shirley Center
2. 1991 A. David Moore organ, Christ Church (Old North Church), Boston
3. 1897 George S. Hutchings, Mission Church, Boston
4. 1967 C. B. Fisk, Memorial Church, Harvard
5. 1889 James E. Treat & Co., St. George's Primitive Methodist, Methuen


Emma Lou Diemer: Go Tell It on the Mountain
Emma Lou Diemer: What Star is This
Dandrieu:
Noël de Saintonge
Villard: Appelons Nau, Noël Poitevin
Anton Heiller: Es is ein Ros'
Pietro Yon: Gesu Bambino
Alexandre Guilmant: 3 Noels (Polonais, Ecossais, & Brabançon)
Marcel Dupré: In dulci jubilo
Marcel Dupré: Variations on Adeste Fidelis
J. S. Bach: Vom Himmel hoch, BWV 606
Daniel Pinkham: Pastorale on The Morning Star
John Bull: Prelude & Carol Laet ons met herten reijne
Samuel Wesley: God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Léon Roques: Noël, Les Anges dans nos campagnes
Léon Roques: Noël, Pastorale after Couperin
Raynor Taylor: Variations on Adeste Fidelis
André Fleury: Variations on a Noel bourguignon
Johannes Brahms: Es ist ein Ros'
Dudley Buck: Silent Night
Théodore Dubois: Noel
Eugene Gigout: Rhapsody on Noels

Christmas Rhapsody: An Organ Tour in Boston
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