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Title: John Knowles Paine: Organ Music
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Murray Forbes Somerville - John Knowles Paine: Organ Music mp3 download
Murray Forbes Somerville is recorded on the following albums: John Knowles Paine Organ Music.
Murray Forbes Somerville. Biography by "Blue" Gene Tyranny. This noted organist, choral and orchestral conductor, and musical scholar was born in London and raised in Rhodesia. He received his basic education in Munich and then entered Oxford University, wher. ead Full Biography. John Knowles Paine: Organ Music. Murray Forbes Somerville. Primary Artist, Liner Notes, Organ. O Great Joy! Harvard University Choir. Conductor, Director, Liner Notes, Organ. Liberty Tree: Early American Music 1776 - 1861. Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen.
The Complete Organ Works. Paine was the first of these three Americans to compose for the organ. His musical studies in Berlin from 1858 to 1861 coincided with a major revival in Germany of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The influence of the great baroque master can be seen in Paine's youthful compositions from the 1860s. His musical studies in Berlin from 1858 to 1861 coincided with a major revival in Germany of the music ofJohann Sebastian Bach. After returning to the United States, Paine became widely acclaimed as a brilliant recitalist, performing throughout the Boston area and serving as organist at Harvard University's Appleton Chapel for several decades.
Album: Bach: Das Orgelbüchlein, Murray Forbes Somerville. Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 636. Murray Forbes Somerville, organ. Album: Bach: Das Orgelbüchlein, Murray Forbes Somerville.
Murray Somerville has presented organ recitals in concert halls, cathedrals and churches on three continents, and has recorded several critically acclaimed organ and choral CDs. He has conducted orchestras and choirs across the United States and in Europe; he founded the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra and the Harvard Choral Fellows program; and has served on the boards of the Boston Camerata, Early Music America and the Charleston Bach Society. The Somervilles now make their home in Charleston and in York, both in South Carolina.
"John Knowles Paine" Grove Music Online Oxford University Press ISSN 0031-8299. Harvard's Paine Hall Archived 2013-07-21 at the Wayback Machine. Free scores by John Knowles Paine at the International Music Score Library Project. Somerville, Murray Forbes May–June 2000 "Vita: John Knowles Paine" Harvard Magazine Retrieved 2 December 2013.
by Murray Forbes Somerville. An undated portrait of Paine attributed to Caroline A. Cranch. A local composer, a German immigrant, taught young John Knowles Paine the organ, and the boy soon excelled at the keyboard. It became clear that he would need greater educational opportunities to nurture his talent-but the Great Fire of Portland destroyed the family's business in 1856 and his father died shortly thereafter. Returning to the United States in 1861, Paine decided to seek his fortune in Boston and was quickly appointed organist of the socially prominent West Church on Cambridge Street. Six months later, when Harvard College needed someone to take charge of the music for its new Appleton Chapel following the sudden death of the choirmaster, the 23-year-old Paine was asked to take over.
John Murray Forbes (February 23, 1813 – October 12, 1898) was an American railroad magnate, merchant, philanthropist and abolitionist. He was president of both the Michigan Central railroad and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad in the 1850s. He kept doing business with Russell & Company. Forbes was born on February 23, 1813, in Bordeaux, France
|Fantasia and Fugue for organ in E minor, Op. 2/1|
|1||Fantasia||Murray Forbes Somerville||6:09|
|2||Fugue||Murray Forbes Somerville||5:34|
|3||Andante con Variazioni for organ in A major||Murray Forbes Somerville||11:10|
|Prelude and Fugue for organ in G minor|
|4||Prelude||Murray Forbes Somerville||4:00|
|5||Fugue||Murray Forbes Somerville||3:30|
|6||Prelude for organ in C minor||Murray Forbes Somerville||9:41|
|7||Double Fugue on "God Save the Queen" for organ, Op. 2/2||Murray Forbes Somerville||6:22|
|8||Fantasia on "Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott," for organ, Op. 13||Murray Forbes Somerville||7:04|
|Variations and Fugue on "The Star-Spangled Banner," for organ|
|9||Theme||Murray Forbes Somerville||1:44|
|10||Variation 1||Murray Forbes Somerville||1:29|
|11||Variation 2 Animato||Murray Forbes Somerville||1:15|
|12||Variation 3 Andantino||Murray Forbes Somerville||1:26|
|13||Variation 4 Minore. Andante||Murray Forbes Somerville||2:20|
|14||Fuga. Allegro Vivace||Murray Forbes Somerville||4:53|
CreditsEdward J. Kelly - Engineer
Fritz Noack - Organ Preparation
Hazel Somerville - Production Assistant
Murray Forbes Somerville - Liner Notes, Organ, Primary Artist