“St Asaph Experience: Organ Works”
|Johann Sebastian Bach||Prelude & Fugue in C major, BWV547.|
Ave verum corpus.
|Lili Boulanger||Pie Jesu.|
|Guillaume Connesson||Toccata for Solo Harp.|
|Marcel Dupré||Toccata (Organ Symphony No. 2 in C sharp minor).|
|André Fleury||Variations sur un Noël bourguignon.|
In the Halls of Our Patronage,
Toccata in F Sharp minor.
|Sigfrid Karg-Elert||Symphonic Chorale, Op. 87 No. 3 'Nun ruhen alle Wälder' for soprano, violin & organ.|
|Craig Sellar Lang||Introduction & Passacaglia in A Minor.|
Bethan Griffiths (Harp), John Hosking (Organ), Olivia Hunt (Soprano), Xander Croft (Violin).
In the latest release in Willowhayne Records’ acclaimed Experience series, organist John Hosking is joined by soprano Olivia Hunt, violinist Xander Croft and harpist Bethan Griffiths in a varied programme from St Asaph Cathedral. With two world premiere recordings of the music of John Hosking, the recording also includes music by J. S. Bach, Léon Boellmann, Lili Boulanger (her beautiful Pie Jesu) and Sigfrid Karg-Elert’s Symphonic Chorale ‘Nun ruhen alle Wälder.’ John Hosking is Director of Music at Holy Trinity, Southport, following fourteen years as Assistant Director of music at St. Asaph Cathedral. He is also one of the organists for the BBC’s Daily Service. A student at the Royal College of Music, John became Organ Scholar of Westminster Abbey in 1996 and is the only person to ever hold this post for a period of three years. During this time, John played the organ for many Royal and State occasions, broadcast for the BBC and played twenty solo recitals in the Abbey.