The following are samples taken from the dedication recital for my organ. Barbara Burton is the
organist and my dad plays trumpet on Wachet auf. I think the samples with reverb sound great but I've
included both if you prefer the straight recording.
The following is a sample of the I-IV-I-V-I chord progession starting with the Montre, then adding
the Bourdon, then Prestant, then Doublette and finally full organ with Soubasse.
The following is a sample of a short passage played on each manual stop individually. I adjust my position
on the manual to keep all the stops at the same pitch. I play the passage on the Bourdon then Montre
then Prestant and then Doublette:
The following is a C major chord played with CCC and GGG in the Soubasse which gives an
equivalent resultant of a 32' stop.
The following are samples of me trying to play bits and pieces.
|Sample||The first 3:15 of Bach's
Toccata and Fugue in D minor. I can't play the diminished triplet part so I inserted a bit of a
recording from St. Sulpice (1:45-1:56). You can barely hear the difference (ha ha). The first part
is with full organ. The fugue is with Bourdon and Doublette.|
|Sample||Beginning of Widor's Toccata using full organ|
|Sample||Beginning of the Introduction Choral
from Suite Gothique by Léon Boëllmann using full organ|
|Sample||Beginning of Priere à Notre Dame
from Suite Gothique by Léon Boëllmann using the Montre, Doublette and Soubasse|
|Sample||Beginning of Vierne's Prélude using Montre and Soubasse|
|Sample||Beginning of Vierne's Berceuse using Montre and Bourdon|
The following is the equipment I used to record my organ: