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Lennox & Michael Berkeley: Organ Works

Tom Winpenny

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Lennox Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
Three Pieces for Organ, Op. 72, No. 1  
I. Aubade
Lennox Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
II. Aria
Lennox Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
III. Toccata
Lennox Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
Organ Sonata  
I. Ricercare
Michael Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
II. Intermezzo
Michael Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
III. Toccata
Michael Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
Andantino, Op. 21, No. 2b (arr. Jennifer Bate)
Lennox Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
Fantasia, Op. 92
Lennox Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
Wild Bells
Michael Berkeley; Tom Winpenny
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    46:00
"... organist Tom Winpenny clearly knows his way around St Albans Cathedral's magnificent Harrison & Harrison and makes much of its versatility in an eclectic half-century-spanning programme ... full bodied but beautifully detailed recorded sound add to the considerable pleasure ..." - Choir & Organ Organist Tom Winpenny presents the first complete recording of the organ works of father and son Lennox and Michael Berkeley. Containing two world premiere recordings, Impromptu by Lennox and Sonata by Michael, the varied recital is performed on the renowned 1962/2009 four-manual Harrison & Harrison organ of St Albans Cathedral where Tom is a resident organist. This 2013 album also contains Three Pieces for Organ and Fantasia by Lennox and Wild Bells by Michael.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

Recorded in the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban, Hertfordshire, on 25-26 July 2012 Producer, Engineer & Editor: Adam Binks Assistant Engineer: Steven Binks Recorded at 24-bit / 96kHz resolution Cover image: Painted Patterns [St Albans Cathedral] by chelmsfordblue (flickr) Session and organ photography © Resonus Limited

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