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8 thoughts on “ Preambulum - Christopher Dearnley - Plays The Organs Of St. Pauls Cathederal (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Christopher Dearnley plays the organs of St. Paul's Cathedral. Priory: PRCD Buy CD online. Christopher Dearnley (organ).
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  3. The only problem is that even with my very high-end equipment that can handle any organ recording, this one just didn't have the presence of other huge, bright organs because of maybe the way it was recorded or something that just unfortunately robs us of the true joy of the performance/5(15).
  4. He liked to play the organ in St. Paul's Cathedral which was one the few organs in England at the time which had a pedal keyboard (standard equipment on German organs) albeit, the pedal keys were.
  5. 'The Ely Organ - A Centenary Celebration' CD. A double CD entitled 'The Ely Organ - A Centenary Celebration' (Lantern Productions LPCD25) was released in April CD1, a recording made in (Pre-Restoration) features Paul Trepte and Sean Farrell. CD2 recorded in (Post-Restoration) features Scott Farrell.
  6. St Paul’s Cathedral was built on an epic scale and with absolute attention to detail. These are qualities deeply embodied in its Grand Organ. In a contract was signed with eminent German organ builder, Bernard Smith, to supply an organ for the new Cathedral.
  7. Jan 25,  · We don't do just French & German organs;-) Christopher Dearnley performs his own Fanfare on the Royal Trumpets at the west end of the cathedral. The recordin.

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