Category Archives: Sunday pipes
Having managed to not see any of the many aspects of the funeral for HM The Queen, I feel a little guilty for missing it all. Pressing personal and work circumstances have put a little stress on my time. On … Continue reading
With editorial comment. Back in the mid-1960’s, the Catholic Church was “adapting” to the changes imposed upon the faithful by the destructive changes (IMHO) wrought by the Second Vatican Council. Once of the biggest changes was that of liturgical music. … Continue reading
(#TBS = Throw Back Sunday) I spent more time searching my EHDs for this picture than I did writing the post. As a young boy, there was an eclectic mix of music in our house; church organ, polka, big band, … Continue reading
“Adagio For Organ,” the inaugural composition for the pipe organ by Norwegian Morten Malvik.
Recorded just two days ago on August 5, 2022, Terrence Maelaua performs Andre Campra’s “Rigaudon” on the 1863 J. J. Walker organ of St. John’s Anglican Cathedral, Parramatta, NSW (Austraila). I have taken the liberty of copying the “Liner Notes” … Continue reading
I’m a little disapointed in myself that I didn’t think to look for this years ago. Jonathan Scott and his interpretation of “Summer,” taken from Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, ~1720.
It might be a little long, but can anyone listen to any 60-second segment of this piece and not recognize it? George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, by The Scott Brothers Duo
This is one of my favorite pieces of music and one I always associate with July 4th and fireworks. It is an unfortuante coincidence that it is performed by a royal subject, Jonathan Scott. Breathtaking!
Missing last week and still rushing around getting mom’s affairs in order, I found this piece, honoring her (and my) Polish heritage, I give you: The Intermezzo – Cavalleria Rusticanna – Mascagni at the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Krakow, … Continue reading
Rule Brittainia, Jonathan Scott. . . . still bingeing on everything royal.