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Concert

James Welch

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Concerto No. 3 in B Minor  
1
I. Allegro
Johann Gottfried Walther; James Welch
3:07
2
II. Adagio
Johann Gottfried Walther; James Welch
2:53
3
III. Allegro
Johann Gottfried Walther; James Welch
3:05
Four Pieces for Musical Clock  
4
Minuet (Song of the Quail)
Franz Joseph Haydn; James Welch
2:12
5
Marche
Franz Joseph Haydn; James Welch
2:13
6
Andantino
Franz Joseph Haydn; James Welch
3:13
7
Minuet (Presto)
Franz Joseph Haydn; James Welch
1:16
8
Fugue in G Major 'Jig Fugue', BWV 577
Johann Sebastian Bach; James Welch
3:03
9
Praeludium, Fuge and Ciacona
Dieterich Buxtehude; James Welch
4:45
10
Prelude et fugue sur le nom d'Alain, Op. 7
Maurice Duruflé; James Welch
10:06
Pieces de fantaisie, Op. 54  
11
Impromptu
Louis Vierne; James Welch
2:51
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    38:44
Concert from American organist James B. Welch was recorded by Wilson Audiophile in 1977 and features Welch's interpretations of works by composers including Bach, Haydn, Johann Gottfried Walther and Louis Vierne. The selections by Walther and Haydn were recorded on the Flentrop organ at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Palo Alto, California; the other pieces were recorded on a 1962 Möller/Holtkamp three manual instrument consisting of 79 ranks with a total of 4334 pipes.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Wilson Audiophile Recordings Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue master source. Due to the nature of analogue tape recording, it may contain artifacts or audio which uses a limited amount of the available dynamic range / frequency bandwidth of high-resolution digital audio. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release.

Recorded by David A. Wilson
Assistance by David A. Wilson, III and Sheryl Lee Wilson
Mastering by Bruce Leek
Matrix by Rick Goldman

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