John Kitchen plays British Light Music on the organ of the Usher Hall

John Kitchen plays British Light Music on the organ of the Usher Hall

DCD34212 (Delphian Records Ltd, CD)

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Playing time: 69'52"
Tracks: 14
Booklet pages: 12
© 2018 Delphian Records Ltd
Country of recording: UK
Country of manufacture: EU
Reviewer: Gerald Fenech
Review of John Kitchen plays British Light Music on the organ of the Usher Hall published on 23 April 2019


Listen: Michael Thomson: Whirly-Granny (track 9, 0:02-0:59)

John Kitchen, organ

Arthur Sullivan, adapted and arranged by John Kitchen:

1 Overture (The Pirates of Penzance)

2 The sun whose rays (The Mikado)

Michael Thomson:

3 On the Square

4 Parc de Paris

5 Salute to Busby Berkeley

Arthur Sullivan, adapted and arranged by John Kitchen:

6 Oh, is there not one maiden breast? (The Pirates of Penzance)

7 Overture (The Yeomen of the Guard)

Michael Thomson:

8 The Bard's Ceremonial

9 Whirly-Granny

10 A Bouquet of Roses

11 Tullich to Inverey: Scots March

Arthur Sullivan, arranged by Edward C Bairstow:

12 Introduction to Act III (The Tempest)

Arthur Sullivan, adapted and arranged by John Kitchen:

13 Gavotte (The Gondoliers)

14 Cachucha (The Gondoliers)

Recorded 16-17 January 2018 on the Norman and Beard 1914 organ at the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

First recordings, except for track 12

 

 

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