Organ Recitals at Stamford All Saints’, Red Lion Square Fridays in July @ 1pm
The organ at All Saints' is a two-manual instrument with tubular pneumatic action by James J. Binns of Leeds, dating from 1916.
Friday is Market Day; expect the town to be busy.
Scotgate Car Park is nearest: PE9 2YB.
With ‘big screen' video projection of the player.
Friday 7th July 1pm James Bowstead
Organ Scholar, Peterborough Cathedral
Supported by the Peterborough and District Organists' Association
Prelude and Fugue in B minor, BWV 544 - JS Bach
Rhosymedre (from Three Prelude on Welsh Hymn Tunes) - Vaughan Williams
Sonata No. 4 in B-flat, Op. 65, No. 4 - Mendelssohn
• i. Allegro con brio
• ii. Andante religioso
• iii. Allegretto
• iv. Allegro maestoso e vivace
Allegro Scherzando (from Six Short Pieces for Organ) - Howells
Dankpsalm, Op. 145, No. 2 - Reger
James Bowstead Biography
Friday 14th July 1pm Andrew Reid
Director, Royal School of Church Music
Sonata in A minor (Wq 70/4) - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Pastorale - César Franck
A Fancy - William H Harris Canzona (from Sonata in C minor) - Percy Whitlock
Veni Emmanuel (from Six Fantasies on hymn tunes) - Kenneth Leighton
Dix pièces - Eugène Gigout
• viii Scherzo
• iv Toccata
Imperial March - Edward Elgar (arr. Bryan Hesford)
Andrew Reid Biography
Details of the other concerts at Stamford All Saints' will be on the web site.
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