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Kenneth Leighton: Organ Works, Vol. 2

Stephen Farr, Nicky Spence

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Festival Fanfare
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
Et Resurrexit (Theme, Fantasy & Fugue), Op. 49  
I. Theme. Sostenuto, lontano e religioso
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
II. Fantasy. Largo alla marcia
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
III. Fugue. Andante sostenuto
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
These are Thy Wonders (A Song of Renewal), Op. 84
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr; Nicky Spence
Veni Creator Spiritus
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
Prelude, Scherzo & Passacaglia, Op. 41:  
I. Prelude. Largo sostenuto
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
II. Scherzo. Allegro molto, ritmico e chiaro
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
III. Passacaglia. Adagio sostenuto
Kenneth Leighton; Stephen Farr
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Total Playing Time    53:10
Following extensive critical praise for his first volume, celebrated organist Stephen Farr presents the second installment in his survey of the complete organ works of British composer Kenneth Leighton. Farr is joined by tenor Nicky Spence on the world premiere of These are Thy Wonders, a sensitive and expressive setting of The Flower by George Herbert. Also included on the programme are Leighton's earliest solo pieces for the instrument along with Veni Creator Spiritus, Leighton's last composition for the organ, written in 1987, a year before his death. Farr records on the substantial and impressive Klais organ of Birmingham's Symphony Hall.
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Recorded at 24-bit / 96kHz resolution (DDD) Recorded in Symphony Hall, Birmingham on 27-28 August 2014 Producer, Engineer & Editor: Adam Binks Cover image: Edinburgh by Yiannis Theologos Michellis (Creative Commons - Flickr)

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