Organs of the Barossa Valley, Volume Two


Christopher Dearnley and John Stiller continue their organ tour of central southern Australia with a delightful group of late nineteenth and early twentieth century organs found in the area. The enclosed booklet has fine historical notes and pictures of the organs and their locations. A picture of the valley at the back of the booklet makes a visit very tempting indeed.

Christopher Dearnley, Organist
St. John’s Lutheran Church
J. E. Dodd, 1921
DEARNLEY: Gospel Fanfare
NIXON: Mr. Purcell’s Procession
GARNER, Arr. Dearnley: Misty
WIDOR: Andante Cantabile from 4th Organ Symphony
Light Pass
Strait Gate Lutheran Church
J. E. Dodd, 1925
DA BERGAMO: Elevazione, Cantabile Affetuoso
WESLEY: Air for the Organ, Fantasy
J. S. BACH: Magnificat (Fugato), BWV 733
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
J. E. Dodd, 1928
SALOMÉ: Cantilène, Grand Choeur
HUMMEL: Andante in A-Flat
John Stiller, Organist
St. Michael’s Church
W. G. Rendall, 1880
PACHELBEL: Chorale and Partitas 1-4, 7, 8 on Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan
Eden Valley
St. Petri Lutheran Church
Laukhuff, ca. 1900
MENDELSSOHN: Andante Religioso from Sonata, Op. 65, No. 4; Chorale, Finale from Sonata, Op. 65, No. 6
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Gebrüder Walter, Op. 118, 1887
BRAHMS: Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen, Op. 122, No. 8
St. John’s Lutheran Church
D. H. Lemke, 1875
J. S. BACH: ”Little” Prelude & Fugue in d, BWV 554
BOSSI: Canzoncina a Maria vergine, Op. 113, No. 3
MANZ: Chorale Imrovisation on Dearest Jesus at Thy Word
BALBASTRE: Noel Joseph est bien Marie
STILLER: Improvisation in a (March)
COUPERIN: Chaconne in g

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