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BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Gaspard Corrette Kyrie ; Gloria (Messe du 8me ton)
JEAN-ALBERT VILLABD at the organ of Poitiers Cathedral gramophone record
An accompanying leaflet can be obtained by sending a ' foolscap ' SAE to Organ Gallery[address removed]
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

A series of six programmes
(A leaflet is available giving the specifications of all the organs used in the series.
Write to Organ Gallery,[address removed], enclosing sae)
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Herzegenburg Monastery, Austria
Johann Speth Toccata in E minor
Froberger Capriccio in c
Johann Krieger Fantasia in D$ minor
Pachelbel Partita on Alle Mens. Chen mussen sterben
J. C. F. Fischer Prelude, Six Fugues and Finale played by HERBERT TACHEZI gramophone records
(A leaflet giving the specifications of the organs used in all six programmes may be obtained from Organ Gallery, [address removed], enclosing sae)
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

First of six programmes
1: King's College, Cambridge
PHILIP LEDGER talks to JOHN LADE at the console and introduces his records of music by Bach, Brahms, Liszt and Widor.
(A leaflet giving specifications of all the organs in this series andsomeoitheregistrations ts available, on veceipt of a large stamped addressed envelope, from Organ Gallery, [address removed])
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Monastery Church, Murt played by SIEGFRIED HILDENBRAND Epistle organ:
Froberger Fantasia In r
Pachelbel Chorale Partita on Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan Gospel organ:
Kerll Canzona in c
Kolb Praeludium quintum gramophone record
BBC Radio 3

Stereo Organ Gallery

York Minster
FRANCIS JACKSON speaks about the Minster organ and discusses his records of music by Camidge, Bossi, Norman Cocker. Fricker and others Producer JOHN LADE
(A leaflet giving the specifications of the organs used in all six programmes may be obtained from [address removed], enclosing SAE) followed by an interlude
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Buxtehude
Prelude. Fugue and Chaconne in c
Passacaglia in d minor Prelude and Fugue in E
Prelude and Fugue in D minor MARIE-CLAIRE ALAIN at the organ of St Mary's, Halsingborg, Sweden gramophone record
(28 October: St Bavo, Haarlem) (A leaflet giving the specifications of the organs used in all six programmes may be obtained from [address removed], enclosing SAE)
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

St Bavo, Haarlem
Piet Kee speaks about this historic organ, and discusses his records of music by Bach, C. P. E. Bach, Hanff, Reger, Alain and Cor Kee Producer JOHN LADE
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Ripon Cathedral
RONALD PERRIN discusses the Cathedral organ, and also his records, including music by Vivaldi, Widor, Peelers, Howells and Charpentier Producer JOHN LADE
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Johann Gottfried Walther
Arrangements of concertos by Telemann, Albinoni, Megck and Taglietti MARIE-CLAIRE ALAIN at the organ of the Collegiate Church, St Quentin gramophone records followed by an interlude
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

St Rombaut, Malines (Mechelen) FLOR PEETERS speaks about the organ In this celebrated cathedral, and discusses records of his own and Tournemlre's music followed by an interlude
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

C.P.E. Bach Sonata In G minor Grigny Cromorne en taille a deux parties
Couperin Offertoire sur les grands jeux (Messe pour lea paroisses) played by GUSTAV LEONHARDT on the organ of the Waalse Kerk. Amsterdam gramophone record
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

5: St Rombaut, Malines (Mechelen)
FLOR PEETERS speaks about the organ in this celebrated cathedral and discusses records of his own and Tournemire's music Producer JOHN LADE
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Chester Cathedral
ROGER FISHER speaks about the organ to JOHN LADE and discusses his records, including music by John Stanley , Bach, Rheinberger and Saint-Saens.
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Beverley Minster
ALAN SPEDDING speaks about the organ and discusses his record music by Sweelinck, Hawdon, Bach, Edmundson, Torres, Schroeder and Sark
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

York Minster
FRANCIS JACKSON speaks about the Minster organ and discusses his records of music by Camidge. Bossi , Norman Cocker. Fricker and others
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Ripon Cathedral
RONALD PERRIN discusses the Cathedral organ, and also his records, including music by Vivaldi, Widor, Peeters, Howells and Jacques Charpentier Producer JOHN LADE
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

St Jacques du Haut Pas, Paris CLAUDE TERRASSE speaks about the organ to JOHN LADE , and discusses his record of music by Jacques Boyvin
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Georg Muffat Toccatas: No 6, In f; No 7. in d; No 8. in c (Apparatus musica-organisticus)
FRANCOIS DELOR at the organ of Sainte-Madeleine, Morzine gramophone record
BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Beverley Minster
ALAN SPEDDING speaks about the organ and discusses with JOHN lade his record of music by Sweelinck, Hawdon, Bach, Edmundson, Torres, Schroeder and Sark I






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