Tower of London Organ, Colm Carey Plays


During the 1999 OHS National Convention held in Montréal, more than 300 OHS members visited the workshop of Orgues Létourneau where the organ for the Tower of London was under construction and was being fitted to the famous case built in 1699 by “Father” Bernard Schmidt. The 2-36 organ is beautifully played in a nicely live acoustic in the Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula at the Tower of London by Colm Carey, an Irishman who studied in London and Geneva with distinction, and placed at the St. Albans Competition.

WESLEY: Choral Song and Fugue
HENRY VIII: Passtime with good company; If love now reigned; Hélas madame
ANON.: My Lady Carey’s Dompe; Why aske you?; Muscadin
FARNABY: Tower Hill
C. P. E. BACH: Sonata in D
J. S. BACH: Partita Sei gegrüsset
ANDREW JOHNSTONE: Irish Airs & Dances
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Prelude on Rhosymedre
FRANCIS JACKSON: Toccata, Chorale & Fugue

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Height 6.00
Depth 1.00


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