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  2 discos  

 1 - Thomas MURRAY
   • The art of the Symphonic Organist, vol. 3 •
  • Félix Mendelssohn : Prelude and Fugue in E Minor for piano (1841)
  • W. A. Mozart : Fantasia in F Minor, KV 594
  • J. Cook : Fanfare
  • J. S. Bach : Concerto in D Minor, RV 565
  • H. Howells : Rhapsody, Opus 17, No. 3
  • G. Pierné : Scherzando
  • J. Jongen : Chant de Mai, Opus 53, No. 1
  • A. Guilmant : Sonata No. 1
- Toledo Museum of Art
- Disque JAV; 154, 2005

 2 -
   • Organ Rolls Played on the Toledo Museum of Art •
  • G. Verdi : Grand March, from Aida (Roll No. 637)
  • F. Kreisler : Caprice Viennois (Roll No. 517)
  • D'Ambrosio : En Badinant (Roll No. 547)
  • J. Bonnet : Angelus du Soir (Roll No. 709)
  • F. Chopin : Etude in A Minor (Roll No. 513)
  • P. Tchaikovski : Dance of the Toys, from Nutcracker Suite (Roll No. 22)
  • R. Wagner : Ride of the Valkyries from Die Walkure (Roll No. 181)
  • C. Franck : Allegretto, from Symphony in D Minor (Roll No. 586)
  • R. Schumann : Traumeri (Roll No. 253)
  • C. Saint-Saëns : My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice, from Sampson et Delila (Roll No. 647)
  • I. Stravinski : Ronde des Princesses, Berceuse and Finale, from The Firebird (Roll No. 771-2)
  • G. Pierné : Serenade (Roll No. 744)
- Toledo Museum of Art
- Disque JAV; 163, 1930 ?
Skinner Organ Company, Opus 603
In 1927 the Skinner Organ Company installed Opus 603 that was later move by that company in 1933 to its current location. The organ is the largest organ the Skinner Organ Company built with a full automatic roll player. Oh, it has a Tuba on 18 wind! After sitting silent for many years the organ was fully restored by A. Thompson-Allen Company of New Haven, Connecticut. This CD uses the automatic rolls exclusively, which not only play the notes but also change the stops and open and close the expression boxes. These are played purely with technology from the 1920s. Sit back and be amazed. The CD comes with a 32 page booklet, which contains an essay on the organ, an interview with Joe Dzeda and Nick Thompson-Allen about their lives as organbuilders, a full stop list and tons of great photographs of the insides of this organ.


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