St. Bartholomew's, Armley

Hallelujah Handel! A TRIBUTE TO THE MASTER
Graham Barber plays favourites on the Schulze Organ


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1  George Frederic Handel  (1685 - 1759)  Hallelujah Chorus
                                                                       arr. E.J.Hopkins (1818-190)
  2                                                                   And he shall purify                                                                        
arr. W.T. Best (1826-1897)                           
     William Wolstenholme (1865 - 1931)         Sonata In the style of Handel
  3                                                                   Introduction: Largo-Allegro
  4                                                                   Largo
  5                                                                   Minuet
  6  Percy Grainger (1882 - 1969)                  Handel in the Strand (Clog Dance)
                                                                       arr. W. Stockmeier (b.1931)
  7  Felix Alexandre Guilmant (1837 -1911)   March on a theme of Handel, Op. 15, No. 2
  8  George Frederic Handel (1685 - 1759)   Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (arr. Barber)
 9  Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877 - 1933)              Homage to Handel, Op. 75 [II]
10  Graham Barber (b.1948)                         Handel's Lager (Ombra mai fu from Serse)
11  George Frederic Handel (1685 - 1759)   Hornpipe from the Water Music (arr. Barber)
12                                                                  Zadok the Priest (arr. E. J. Hopkins)

Total playing Time:  69:47
Recorded on 13 April, 2009
Recording Engineer KERRY-ANNE KUBISA
Music Assistant ALICE BARBER

Cover illustration: The Wig Concert (Amateurs of Tye-Wig Music/'Muslclans of the Old School'),
                       circa 1820 by Edward Francis Burney (1746 - 1848) <B The Tate Gallery, 2009

This recording is a product of Graham Barber's NESTA Fellowship 2006 - 2009 bringing innovation to programming and presentation



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