Graham Barber - The Organ Music of Herbert Howells, Vol. 2 mp3 downloadPerformer: Graham Barber
Title: The Organ Music of Herbert Howells, Vol. 2
Size MP3 version: 1263 mb
Size FLAC version: 1824 mb
Size WMA version: 1405 mb
Format: DMF DTS MP3 FLAC AA VOX
Graham Barber - The Organ Music of Herbert Howells, Vol. 2 mp3 download
Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Sonata for Organ (1933) : Allegro assai · Graham Barber · Herbert Howells The Organ Music of Herbert Howells.
The Organ Music of Herbert Howells, Vol. 2. Priory Records 524. CD.
The Organ Music of Herbert Howells Vol 2 - The Organ of Hereford Cathedral. He trained as a pianist at the University of East Anglia with Charles Spinks and David Parkhouse, and at the Royal Northern College of Music with Gordon Green and Clifton Helliwell. He was appointed the first organ scholar at Norwich Cathedral where his teacher was Brian Runnett. Later he studied with Nicolas Kynaston and Gillian Weir, and participated in classes with Lionel Rogg and Luigi Tagliavini.
Howells: Sonata for Organ (1933). Graham Barber (The Organ of Hereford Cathedral). Howells: Six Short Pieces for Organ. Favourites, Gerald Finzi and Herbert Howells. David picks out some top recordings of two great twentieth-century English composers, Gerald Finzi and Herbert Howells. Howells, Herbert Norman (1892-1983). Howells: Sonata for Organ (1933).
Graham Barber songs download, free online mp3 listen. Elaine Duvas, Joaquin Valdepenas, Robin Graham, Stefanie Przybylska, Susan Rotholz, Сэмюэл Барбер - Summer Music, Op. 31. album: Chamber Music of Barber, Nielsen & Hindemith. Handel in the Strand (Clog Dance). album: Great European Organs No. 3: Bolton Town Hall. album: The Organ Music of Herbert Howells Vol 2 - The Organ of Hereford Cathedral. Six Pieces for Organ: Master Tallis' Testament. Herr Gott, nun schleuss den Himmel auf, BWV 1092. Early Organ Works Vo., including the complete Neumeister Chorales.
Listen to albums and songs from Graham Barber.
Thirteen Howells authorities contribute in all, among them such luminaries as the composer’s biographer Paul Spicer and such passionate advocates for British music as Jeremy Dibble, Lionel Pike and the ubiquitous Lewis Foreman. For the most part this is fibrous stuff, garlanded with detailed analysis and many a musical example. The range of musical material covered embraces everything from the inevitable choral and organ music to the still far too under-explored corpus of songs and a string of chamber works. At a time when we’ve been considering the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK, Lionel Pike’s exploration of the breathtaking motet Take Him, Earth, for Cherishing, written for Kennedy’s memorial service, was especially welcome. Among the eye-opening dimensions is a fascinating chapter from Graham Barber on the place of the Saraband in Howells’s output.
Album · 2009 · 10 Songs. Rhapsody No. By Herbert Howells. 6. 3. 7. 4. The Organ Music of Herbert Howells Vol. 3 - The Organ of Winchester Cathedral. Great European Organs No. 34: St Paul's Cathedral, London.
|1||Vivo, energico ed agitato||Graham Barber||11:30|
|2||Quasi lento, tranquillo||Graham Barber||7:09|
|3||Allegro assai||Graham Barber||9:22|
|Short Pieces (6) for organ|
|4||Preludio 'Sine Nomine'||Graham Barber||4:41|
|5||Saraband (For the morning of Easter)||Graham Barber||6:01|
|6||Master Tallis' Testament||Graham Barber||7:08|
|7||Fugue, Chorale and Epilogue||Graham Barber||10:29|
|8||Saraband (In Modo Elegiaco)||Graham Barber||3:34|
CreditsGraham Barber - Liner Notes, Organ, Primary Artist
Neil Collier - Producer, Recording
Geoffrey de Coup-Crank - Creation
Caroline Paschalides - Production Coordination