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Let the Pealing Organ Blow!
Martin Setchell plays the
Christchurch Town Hall Rieger pipe organ

Work details

Widor: Toccata in F
J S Bach: Air (Suite No 3)
J S Bach (arr Setchell): Badinerie (Suite No 2)
Clarke (arr Setchell): Trumpet Voluntary
J S Bach: Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C, BWV 564
5'41"/4'49"/4'25" - TT 14'55"
Tchaikovsky (arr Noel Rawsthorne): Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy ('Nutcracker Suite')
Meyerbeer (arr Wilfrid Sanderson): Coronation March ('Le Prophète')
Dvorák (arr Setchell): Largo ('New World' Symphony)
Gordon Balch Nevin: Will o'the Wisp
Franck: Choral No 3 in A minor
Stanley Myers (arr Setchell): Cavatina ('The Deer Hunter')
Joplin (arr Noel Rawsthorne): The Entertainer ('The Sting')
Lefébure-Wély: Sortie in Eb


Artist details

Martin Setchell, organ


Recording details

Recording dates: 21 and 22 September 1997
Venue: Christchurch Town Hall auditorium, Kilmore Street, Christchurch, New Zealand
Producers: Martin Setchell and Mike Clayton
Sound Engineers: Mike Clayton and Ross Weir
Editing: Martin Setchell and Mike Clayton
Copyright: 1997 Ode Records
Pressing: 1997 Ode Records
Organ tuning: Thomas Rohlfs

Ode Records MANU 1539 Stereo
TT - 74'11"


Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: Martin Setchell (in English)
Front Cover: Martin Setchell at the Christchurch Town Hall Rieger Pipe Organ, 'The Press', Christchurch
Artist photo: Not credited
Organ interior photos: Jenny Setchell
Booklet Design: Jenny Setchell
Credits: NCC (New Zealand) Ltd., University of Canterbury School of Music and thousands of people in Christchurch and around New Zealand


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