Canadian Organ Music on the Organ of Coventry Cathedral
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Cat No: DCD34234
Number of Discs: 1
Expected Release Date: 28th February 2020
Symphony no.1 for organ, op.36
Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue, op.149
ArtistsRachel Mahon (organ)
In 1952 Healey Willan, an organist and composer born in England in 1880 but resident in Canada since 1913, presented the Provost of Coventry Cathedral with a cheque from the Royal Canadian College of Organists, representing a sizeable donation from the Collegeís members and the Canadian public towards the cost of an organ for the new cathedral, which opened in 1962. Having made the opposite move to Willan, from Canada to the UK, Mahon is now Assistant Director of Music at the cathedral.
Her recital opens with Willanís own, Bachian Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue and follows it with items by his student Gerald Bales and by Ruth Watson Henderson, before culminating in another work of transcontinental influence, Rachel Laurinís impressive contribution to the French organ symphony tradition.
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