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Great European Organs, Vol. 97

Simon Hogan

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1
Prelude & Chaconne
Philip Marshall; Simon Hogan
9:55
2
Lament
George T. Francis; Simon Hogan
4:23
Organ Sonata  
3
I. Allegro moderato
Robert Ashfield; Simon Hogan
7:16
4
II. Intermezzo
Robert Ashfield; Simon Hogan
3:16
5
III. Rondo
Robert Ashfield; Simon Hogan
6:03
4 Ikons of the Archangels  
6
No. 1. Prelude "Gabriel, the Might of the Lord"
Neil Cox; Simon Hogan
5:16
7
No. 2. March "Michael, His Sword and Shield"
Neil Cox; Simon Hogan
4:11
8
No. 3. Sarabande "Raphael the Healer"
Neil Cox; Simon Hogan
4:03
9
No. 4. Toccata "Uriel, with the Fire of God"
Neil Cox; Simon Hogan
4:10
3 Pieces  
10
No. 1. Meditation on the Hymn Tune Slane
Eric Thiman; Simon Hogan
5:06
11
No. 2. Pavane
Eric Thiman; Simon Hogan
3:10
12
No. 3. Postlude alla marcia
Eric Thiman; Simon Hogan
3:00
13
Epitaph
Robert Busiakiewicz; Simon Hogan
7:55
14
Introduction & Allegro
Arthur Wills; Simon Hogan
8:03
Total Playing Time    75:47
"... Hogan has put together an interesting and thought provoking programme here ... a big ask for both player and instrument and both acquit themselves admirably. Simon Hogan is a fine player and the considerable technical demands of this recital are met with aplomb. An excellent recording .. there is great clarity but also a natural warmth to the sound."
- Organists' Review

As the Great European Organs series nears its closure at 100 releases, this volume spotlights the superb organ in the Minster at Southwell in Nottinghamshire. The series has been a pioneer of little known or unrecorded repertoire and this album is no exception with probably all the music receiving worlds premieres. The talented young organist and assistant at the Minster, Simon Hogan, shows off the instrument in fine style.
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