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Exultemus

Simon Pearce

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1
Mysterium Fidei
Geraint Lewis; Simon Pearce
12:56
Four Images for Organ  
2
No. 1, Invocation
Sir Nicholas Jackson; Simon Pearce
2:40
3
No. 2, Exultation
Sir Nicholas Jackson; Simon Pearce
2:08
4
No. 3, Elevation
Sir Nicholas Jackson; Simon Pearce
2:07
5
No. 4, Toccata
Sir Nicholas Jackson; Simon Pearce
4:27
6
Dawn
Cyril Jenkins; Simon Pearce
4:48
Antiphonies Op.88 No.2  
7
Antiphonies, Op. 88 No. 2
William Mathias; Simon Pearce
12:01
Suite for Organ  
8
I. March
Meirion Wynn Jones; Simon Pearce
2:47
9
II. Meditation
Meirion Wynn Jones; Simon Pearce
5:17
10
III. Toccata
Meirion Wynn Jones; Simon Pearce
2:28
3 Preludes Founded on Welsh Hymn Tunes  
11
No. 1, Bryn Calfaria
Ralph Vaughan Williams; Simon Pearce
3:30
12
No. 2, Rhosymedre
Ralph Vaughan Williams; Simon Pearce
4:09
13
No. 3, Hyfrydol
Ralph Vaughan Williams; Simon Pearce
2:30
Divertissement  
14
I. Little Rhapsody
Sir Nicholas Jackson; Simon Pearce
3:09
15
The Minster Rings
Geraint Lewis; Simon Pearce
8:03
Total Playing Time    73:00
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