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Concert Organ Masterpieces - Volume 1 (CD)

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Concert Organ Masterpieces - Volume 1

Thomas Heywood


The 1913 William Hill & Son Organ
St John’s Toorak
Melbourne • Australia

Internationally renowned concert organ virtuoso Thomas Heywood performs an incredible program of the finest classical and romantic music.  

The famous 1913 William Hill & Son Organ at St John’s Toorak in Melbourne, Australia, is a worthy partner for these LIVE and UNBELIEVABLE performances!

Program highlights include:

Haydn’s ’London’ Symphony No. 104
Bach’s Double Violin Concerto
Strauss’ Radetzky March
Bach’s Gigue Fugue

And much more! 

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Full Program:

Edwin H. Lemare
Concertstück (In the form of a Tarantella), Op. 90

Johann Sebastian Bach, transcribed by Thomas Heywood
Concerto for Two Violins in D minor (1st mvt), BWV 1043

Hector Berlioz, trans. W.T. Best
Hungarian March ’Rakoczy’ from The Damnation of Faust, Op. 24

Théodore Salomé
Scherzo from Twelve New Pieces for Organ - Volume 2, Op. 63 No. 8

George Frideric Handel, trans. W.T. Best
Organ Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major (1st mvt), Op. 4 No. 2

Robert Schumann, trans. W.T. Best
’Hunting Song’ from the Waldscenen, Op. 82

William Thomas Best
Organ Sonata in D minor

Johann Sebastian Bach, trans. Harvey Grace
Chaconne from Cantata No. 150, BWV 150

Johann Strauss I, trans. Thomas Heywood
Radetzky March, Op. 228

Richard Strauss, trans. H.J. Stewart
’On silent woodland path’ from Stimmungsbilder, Op. 9 No. 1

Franz Schubert, trans. W.T. Best
Military March No. 1 in D from Three Military Marches, Op. 51

Sir Edward Elgar, trans. C.J. Grey
Salut d’amour, Op. 12

Franz Joseph Haydn, trans. Sir John Stainer
’London’ Symphony in D, No. 104 (1st mvt)

Johann Sebastian Bach, edited by Thomas Heywood
’Gigue’ Fugue in G, BWV 577