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The Sacred to The Sassy

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DTR DTR9007CD

Year
1990

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Christian Lidarti Kol Ha Neshemah, Barbara F. Mervine, soloist 6:00

Westminster Choir College
Princeton, New Jersey, USA - map
Hildebrandt 1974 I/0

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By: Brian on Jan, 18 2012

Oh my... No Barbara; no, dear... Just don't...

By: stlorganist on Jul, 11 2012

Barbara... please less dear MUCH less...

By: jimlogue on Jun, 19 2014

At least she should be able to remember the lyrics.

Michael Horvit The Sacrifice of Isaac 4:14

Westminster Choir College Bristol Chapel
Princeton, New Jersey, USA - map
Aeolian-Skinner 1935 III/50
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David Hegarty Sabbath Suite 17:17
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By: bill steward on May, 15 2011

Long, restful, beautiful.

By: Libbytz on Aug, 16 2011

Delightful, enchanting. Not like any other Sabbath I'vd ever celibrated.

By: miriamcarpinetti on Jan, 12 2012

where can I buy the score?

By: stlorganist on Apr, 11 2014

What an inspirational and uplifting performance! The diversity of music out here is outstanding. My only wish is more would explore said diversity and opt out of choosing the same music on a daily basis.

Francisco Santiago Ave Maria, Barbara F. Mervine, soloist 4:20
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By: jfk1961 on Jun, 24 2012

the only good part of this recording is 4:20!

By an' By, Barbara F. Mervine, soloist 2:51
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By: ContraBombarde 32 on May, 29 2011

Just breathtaking! Wow!

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Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, Barbara F. Mervine, soloist 2:37
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By: stlorganist on Jul, 26 2012

obvious church soloist.

William Albright The King of Instruments, Barbara F. Mervine, narrator Purchase sheetmusic 20:12
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By: ragbin on Jun, 21 2011

The narrator's twin-timbred and over-expressive commentary ruins a composition struggling out of mediocrity.

By: ContraBombarde 32 on Jul, 02 2011

This composition appears to be about 19 minutes and 12 seconds too long. It is probably perfect programming for a concert introducing young children to the organ. For me, at least, it is torture. Alas someone seems to request it every three days.

By: ragbin on Aug, 30 2011

For young children, is it? The penultimate narrative ends with "the celeste insists incest's the best".

By: vause on Sep, 11 2011

Wish I could assign it less than one star. I echo the fine comments already shared about this unfortunate piece - I would find it moderately interesting to hear about once every two years.

By: stlorganist on Jun, 19 2014

yawn, headphones off-check mute button on-check watch for new piece! I do not think in this day and age this is even appropriate or interesting to youth as an eductional piece. something like the Fantasia on Super Mario would catch their attention more.

By: jfk1961 on Jul, 24 2013

"Incest is best!" Just what I want hear the first thing in the morning... not!

By: enchamade on Jun, 19 2014

And it should NEVER be played on Best of Friday,of course maybe it is the best of these "performers"

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