The Organ in America [sound recording]Material type: MusicPublisher: [New York] : Columbia, Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.Subject(s): Organ music, Arranged | Organ -- History | Variations (Organ)
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Notes concerning the recording by Biggs on container; "The history of the organ in America, by Barbara Owen," and program notes ( p.) inserted.
Tunes from Colonial America: Capitain Sargent's (Light Infantry Company's) Quick march. The London March. The Unknown. (Anon.) -- The President's march / Philip Phile -- Hymn tune "Chester", by William Billings --Fugue or Voluntary in D major / William Selby -- Sonata in D major / John Christopher Moller -- The Battle of Trenton / James Hewitt -- Six movements from the Intrumental suites / David Moritz Michael -- Rondo in G major / William Brown -- March in D major / Benjamin Yarnold -- Trip to Pawtucket / Oliver Shaw -- Variations on "America" (1891) / Charles Ives.
E. Power Biggs, organ.
Recorded in various places, summer of 1959.