Pomp & Celebrate!

Pomp & Celebrate! (CD)

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Pomp & Celebrate!

Thomas Heywood 

British masterworks on the Grand Organ
St John’s Launceston
Tasmania • Australia  

This heroic program includes the What’s what and Who’s who of the grandest British music performed on one of Australasia’s grandest organs.  

From Elgar’s Land of Hope and Glory to Parry’s Jerusalem, this recording is a ’must-have’ for all those who love Grand Organs and The Best of British!
It’s not Pomp and Circumstance - it’s Pomp & Celebrate!

Program highlights include: 

Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 in D - Land of Hope and Glory 
Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4 in G - All men must be free
W.T. Best’s Concert Variations on God Save the Queen
Parry’s Jerusalem
Macfarren’s Finale on ’Rule, Britannia!’
Elgar’s Nimrod from the Enigma Variations
Lemare’s Concert Fantasia on:
The Sailor’s Hornpipe, British Grenadiers and Rule, Britannia!

And much more! 

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Full Program:

Traditional, arranged by W.T. Best  
God Save the Queen (as performed on special occasions)

Sir Edward Elgar, transcribed by Edwin H. Lemare
Military March No. 1 in D - ’Land of Hope and Glory’
from the ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ Military Marches, Op. 39

George Frideric Handel, trans. W.T. Best
March from the Opera 'Scipio'

Sir Herbert Brewer 
Marche Héroïque

Sir Edward Elgar, trans. Sir George Martin
Imperial March, Op. 32

Sir Hubert Parry, trans. Sir Walter Alcock
Bridal March and Finale from The Music to ‘The Birds’ of Aristophanes

W.T. Best
Introduction, Variations and Finale on ‘God Save the Queen’, Op. 29
Introduction - Theme with Four Variations - Finale 

Sir Edward Elgar, trans. G.R. Sinclair, edited by Thomas Heywood
Military March No. 4 in G - ’All men must be free’
from the ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ Military Marches, Op. 39

Sir Hubert Parry

Sir George A. Macfarren
Finale [Fugue upon ‘Rule, Britannia!’] from Organ Sonata in C major

George Frideric Handel, trans. Thomas Heywood
Three movements from Music for the Royal Fireworks
Ouverture - La Réjouissance [‘The Rejoicing’] - Menuet I & II

Sir Edward Elgar, trans. Thomas Heywood 
Nimrod from Variations on an Original Theme – ‘Enigma’, Op. 36

Edwin H. Lemare
Concert Fantasia – Improvisation upon The Sailor’s Hornpipe, 
British Grenadiers and Rule, Britannia!, Op. 91

Traditional, arranged by Thomas Heywood
God Save the Queen