Six Concertos for Solo Organ

These four-movement concertos, by the English composer Matthew Camidge (1758-1844), are deliberately written in the musical style of Corelli and Handel. Each begins with an introduction and is followed by a voluntary-like fugue. A melodic slow movement precedes a...

Mexican Composers for the Organ, Vol. 2

This is second volume of our highly acclaimed series on Mexican composers. It includes a lively processional in E-minor and a chaconne which builds to a thrilling climax rhythmically and registrationally. Providing a nice contrast to these is Aspiración, a work more...

Chorale Preludes for Organ

Ethel Smyth (1858-1944) is one of the most significant English composers of her era. She wrote six operas, a Mass in D for chorus and orchestra, orchestral, choral, chamber and solo music. An independent, indomitable women, she participated actively in the suffragist...

Works for Organ

Padre Antonio Soler (1729-1783) wrote over 120 keyboard sonatas as well as six organ concertos. These are a few of his most popular sonatas, arranged for organ. Intento is a magnificent fugue that builds to a thrilling climax after 250 measures of glorious...