September 12, 2011 - September 13, 2011. St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, England.
Andrew Kirk (3) – Redcliffe Restored. Label: Regent Records – REGCD385. Recorded on 12/13 September 2011 in St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol The first recording of the newly-restored 1911 Harrison Organ in St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol.
Andrew Kirk - Redcliffe Restored. I have one problem with this release but before we come to that let me applaud both the performance of organist Andrew Kirk and the excellent selection of material that shows off the wonderful instrument in all its glory. The repertoire featured here is entirely secular and is all very listenable.
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Born in Sheffield on 21 March 1956, Cabaret Voltaire member Richard H. Kirk released his first album "Disposable Half-Truths" in 1980, and since then he developed a solo career parallel to the band until its dissolution in 1994, featuring a fusion of diverse styles music genres from dance-orientated Techno and House to Experimental Electronica and Ambient.
st mary redcliffe church. open daily from 1. 0am - last entry at . 0pm. 00pm Festive Organ Favourites Andrew Kirk (Organ) . 0-3. 15pm St Mary Redcliffe School Guitar Ensemble . 0-5. 45pm St Mary Redcliffe Church Girls Choir Andrew Kirk (Conductor). 00am St Mary Redcliffe School Gospel Choir 1. 0-12. 25pm Petronella Dittmer (Violin) & Andrew Kirk (Piano/Organ) . 5-2. 00pm Redcliffe Occasional Choir and Bristol Cabot Choir - Rebecca Holdemann (Conductor), Andrew Kirk (Organ) . 00pm St Mary Redcliffe School Clarinet Ensemble . 0-4. 15pm Bristol University Schola Cantorum
The church is a short walk from Bristol Temple Meads station . St Mary Redcliffe history. St Mary Redcliffe encyclopedia. St Mary Redcliffe facts.
|1||Fantasia in F minor, K. 608 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart||Andrew Kirk||11:07|
|2||Finlandia, Op. 26 Jean Sibelius||Andrew Kirk||8:48|
|3||Largo, Allegro, Aria and Two Variations Michael Christian Festing||Andrew Kirk||6:00|
|4||Toccata Georgi Mushel||Andrew Kirk||5:12|
|5||March on a theme of Handel Alexandre Guilmant||Andrew Kirk||6:58|
|6||No. 4. Fanfare Percy Whitlock||Andrew Kirk||7:36|
|7||Air (No. 8 from Twelve Short Pieces) Samuel Wesley||Andrew Kirk||1:31|
|8||Gavotte (No. 9 from Twelve Short Pieces) Samuel Wesley||Andrew Kirk||2:26|
|9||Imperial March, Op. 32 Edward Elgar||Andrew Kirk||5:16|
|10||A Song of Sunshine Alfred Hollins||Andrew Kirk||5:01|
|11||Tuba Tune Norman Cocker||Andrew Kirk||5:06|
|Introduction & Passacaglia in D minor|
|12||Introduction Max Reger||Andrew Kirk||1:48|
|13||Passacaglia Max Reger||Andrew Kirk||6:20|
CreditsNorman Cocker - Composer
Gary Cole - Engineer, Recording Producer
Paul Derrett - Liner Notes
Edward Elgar - Composer
Michael Christian Festing - Composer
Herbert Fricker - Transcription
Alexandre Guilmant - Composer
Paul Hale - Photography
George Frederick Handel - Original Material
Arthur Harrison - Organ Maker
Alfred Hollins - Composer
Andrew Kirk - Liner Notes, Organ, Primary Artist
George Martin - Transcription
William R. McVicker - Quotation Author
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Composer
Georgi Mushel - Composer
Max Reger - Composer
Jean Sibelius - Composer
George Thalben-Ball - Arranger
Samuel Wesley - Composer
Percy Whitlock - Composer