Early English Organ Music from Pembroke College

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The Excellent Art of Voluntary



An excellent survey of 17th and 18thC British organ music, the earlier pieces built on the the severe contrapuntal style of inheritance of Elizabethan/Jacobean fantasy. There are also famous, popular miniatures by Jeremiah Clarke, long thought to be by Purcell. The Pembroke instrument is entirely suitable and is well played and recorded.



Peter Grahame Woolf, Musical Pointers, 2 September 2011



The Excellent Art of Voluntary



This is a very nicely presented and well-played disc which throws a welcome light on a much underrated area of the organ repertoire. For many, hearing such popular pieces as Jeremiah Clarke's Trumpet Tune or The Prince of Denmark's March in something very like their original guise will come as a shock, shorn as they are of harmonic filling or lavish ornamentation, but the clean lines and fresh-faced feel to Costin's performances makes for an absolutely charming listening experience....
01 The Prince of Denmark's March, Clarke.mp3 5.548 MB
02 Fantasia of Foure Parts, Gibbons.mp3 12.184 MB
03 Voluntary in A minor, C Gibbons.mp3 5.462 MB
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