Crown Imperial

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Crown Imperial 1:01:21 $19.98
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1 Richard Strauss: Festival Intrada 5:49 $2.49 Buy
2 Giovanni Gabrieli: Canzon Primi Toni 3:23 $2.49 Buy
3 William Walton: Crown Imperial 9:58 96/24 Album only
4 Henri Tomasi: Procession du Vendredi-Saint 7:40 96/24 Album only
5 Percy Grainger: County Derry Air 5:28 96/24 Album only
6 Richard Wagner: Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral 6:43 $2.49 Buy
7 Paul Hindemith: Kammermusik #7 12:54 96/24 Album only
8 Michael Daugherty: Niagara Falls 9:26 96/24 Album only

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Festive Music for Organ, Winds, Brass & Percussion!
One of RR’s all-time bestsellers, and an audiophile touchstone, is Pomp & Pipes!, our first foray into the magnificent repertoire for organ and wind band. In the fourteen years since, we’ve had many requests for “more!”, and here it is, a program that’s at least as exhilarating.

This time, in addition to the renowned Dallas Wind Symphony and its music director Jerry Junkin, we have the services of Mary Preston, resident organist of the mighty Fisk concert instrument in the Meyerson Symphony Center. No one knows better than she the capabilities of the Fisk, and Mary Preston can make it sing and shout.

In addition to the royal coronation anthem CROWN IMPERIAL by William Walton, there are substantial pieces that are seldom heard in such full instrumentation. Richard Strauss contributes a stately FESTIVAL INTRADA; there’s a CANZON originally composed “in stereo” by Giovanni Gabrieli; a ceremonial brass FANFARE by Henri Tomasi; an unusual arrangement by Percy Grainger of the famous COUNTY DERRY AIR; ELSA’S PROCESSION TO THE CATHEDRAL from Lohengrin by Richard Wagner, who knew how to bring an audience to its feet; KAMMERMUSIK #7, a full concerto for organ and winds by Paul Hindemith; and NIAGARA FALLS, a rousing, wild ride by popular American composer Michael Daugherty.

Sir William Walton (1902 - 1983)

From the shriek of piccolo to the thunder of the organ's awesome 32 foot-pedal stops, this will give the best stereo system a workout. . .hold on to your subwoofer and when organist Mary Preston cuts loose, don't be surprised if neighbors complain about their furniture sliding across the floor.