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Recital--Organ Plus
St Mary Redcliffe Church (Bristol, United Kingdom)
Andrew Kirk

What better venue for a performance of Bruckner’s final ‘cathedral in sound’ than the remarkable church of St Mary Redcliffe (“the fairest, goodliest, and most famous parish church in England” – Queen Elizabeth I)? Add the magnificent 71-stop, 4,327-pipe Harrison and Harrison organ for a performance of Poulenc’s Organ Concerto, plus a magnificent choral work by Vaughan Williams and this makes for a concert not to be missed! Vaughan Williams Toward the Unknown Region Poulenc Concerto for Organ, Timpani and Strings Bruckner Symphony No.9 Bristol Concert Orchestra Stefan Hofkes...

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Recital--Organ Plus
St Mary Redcliffe Church, Bristol (Bristol, Ukraine)
Andrew Kirk

An irrestible opportunity to the hear the magnificent Organ Symphony by Saint-Saëns in one of Bristol’s most remarkable buildings (described by Queen Elizabeth I as “the fairest, goodliest, and most famous parish church in England”) complete with St Mary Redcliffe’s 71-stop, 4,327-pipe Harrison & Harrison organ. Plus: Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis Richard Strauss: Four Last Songs Borodin: Polovtsian Dances Dukas: Fanfare from La Peri with: Bristol Concert Orchestra • Andrew Kirk (organ) • Laura Curry (soprano) • Stefan Hofkes...

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Recital--Organ Plus
First Congregational Church and St. Joseph's Roman Catholic (Bristol, CT, United States)
Scott Lamlein, Jean Degan

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Festival
First Congregational Church (Bristol, CT, United States)
Scott Lamlein, organist & song leader

Choral selections will include: Once in Royal David’s City (Halley); Torches (Joubert); Away in a Manger; Adam Lay Ybounden (Warlock); O Come, O Come Emmanuel (Ferguson); Oh Little Sweet One (Bach); Lullee, Lullay (Niedmann); Sussex Carol (Niedmann); The First Noel (Willcocks); Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (Holst); In the Bleak Midwinter (Darke); O Come, All Ye Faithful (Willcocks). Organ selections will include: What is This Fragrance (Martin); Carillon-Sortie (Mulet).

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Recital--Organ Plus
St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church (Bristol, CT, United States)
Scott Lamlein, guest conductor; Jean Degan, organist

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Recital--Organ Solo
First Congregational Church of Bristol (Bristol, CT, United States)
Scott Lamlein,organist

This 30-minute concert will feature Toccata & Fugue in D minor (Bach); Alleluyas (Preston); Suite Gothique (Boellmann).

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Recital--Organ Solo
All Saints Church Clifton BS8 3ED (Bristol, United Kingdom)
Mark Lee

Tickets on the door Organ Recital by Mark Lee Director of Music, Bristol Cathedral All Saints Church, Clifton Wednesday 10 September 2008 PROGRAMME Praeludium in G minor Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707) Vater Unser im Himmelreich Georg Böhm (1661-1733) Four Pieces for a Musical Clock Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) i) [Allegro] ii) Presto iii) Menuett iv) Marche The War March of the Priests (from Athalie) Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809- 1847) arr W T Best Clair de Lune (from Pièces de Fantasie) Louis Vierne (1870-1937) Piece d’Orgue BWV 572 J S Bach (1685-1750) Erbarm’ dich mein, o Herre Gott BWV 721 J S Bach (1685-1750) Chant de Paix Chant Hèroïque Jean Langlais (1907-91) Evensong Easthope Martin (1882-1925 ) Toccata and Fugue in D minor BWV 565 J S Bach Mark Lee was born in 1965 and educated at Cambridge University where he was Organ Scholar of Corpus Christi College. He graduated in music in 1987, also gaining his FRCO, winning the prestigious Coventry Cathedral Recital Award for ‘outstanding performance’. After two years in the music department of Westminster School, Mark took up his appointment as Assistant Organist of Gloucester Cathedral in 1990. In addition to his regular work with the Cathedral Choir, Mark accompanied the choir twice to the USA, to Canada, Rome, and to Australia and New Zealand. He also performed at three Gloucester Three Choirs Festivals, including being organ soloist in Janacek’s Glagolitic Mass with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. In September 1998 Mark left Gloucester to become Director of Music of Bristol Cathedral. As well as tours of Bordeaux, Italy, and the USA, he was also Musical Director for the 1999 Royal Maundy Service. In Italy in 2001 the choir had the privilege of singing for the late Pope at the Vatican and have twice had the pleasure of singing with world-renowned soprano, Emma Kirkby. In October 2005 Head Chorister Sam Adams-Nye won the coveted title of BBC Radio 2 Choirboy of the Year, and the choristers recently completed a TV programme for Granada to be shown later this year. Last year the Choir had the enormous pleasure of taking part in David Fanshawe’s African Sanctus with the Black Dyke Band at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. A former pupil of Dr John Butt, the late Nicholas Danby, and Margaret Phillips, Mark has established an enviable reputation as a recitalist, performing at many English cathedrals, as well as Westminster Abbey (three times), King’s College, Cambridge, and St Paul’s. Summer 2004 saw the release of Mark’s first solo CD on the magnificent 1907 Walker organ at Bristol Cathedral, the programme including the Whitlock Sonata. Mark has appeared three times as organist with the Black Dyke Band, including being privileged to perform with them last summer in the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert...

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Festival
First Congregational Church (Bristol, CT, United States)
Scott Lamlein, organ, piano, and choirmaster

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Recital--Organ Solo
St Mary Redcliffe (Bristol, United Kingdom)
Paul Carr

Lunchtime organ concert on the four-manual Harrison & Harrison organ.

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Recital--Organ Plus
All Saints Church Pembroke Road Bristol BS8 3ED (Bristol, United Kingdom)
David Briggs

Tickets cost £10 (£8 concessions and £1 for children under 16). They are available from Providence Music at 1 St Georges Road, Bristol BS1 5UL, telephone 0117 9276536.

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