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Nightwatch

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Pelagos PEL1002

Year
1998

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Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
New York City, New York, USA - map
Aeolian-Skinner 1954 IV/139
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Paul Halley Sunset / Dusk 8:52 track Rating:
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By: majesticpipes on Oct, 18 2011

This work is too long with the limited compositional techniques used. It pays tribute to the techniques of the french masters.

By: mack02445 on Nov, 20 2012

I am very fond of these pieces, great improvising on my most favorite Aeolian-Skinner organ.

By: ragbin on Nov, 29 2012

This soothing improvisation on the tune Picardy demonstrates that there is a place for "limited" compositions. Even some minimalist compositions have their place in Organlive's diverse collection.

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Moondance 2:20 track Rating:
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By: 1ST DIAPASON on Jun, 19 2014

A recording i discovered on my first trip to New York to visit Riverside aged 17. thought i'd lost it when i gave up LPs so thanks for reminding me of it! logged straight on and bought it immediately. Was always my show piece for non organists as it has real atmosphere.

By: MusicDonor2014 on Jan, 07 2016

Is there sheet music published for it? proorgo53@aol.com

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Nocturne 6:50 track Rating:
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By: eh76 on Jan, 14 2011

Wonderful. I have no words.

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Nightwatch 8:04 track Rating:
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By: eh76 on Nov, 29 2010

WONDERFUL!!!

By: stlorganist on Jul, 09 2012

Melodic and peaceful! what a joy to listen to.

By: vause on Jun, 19 2014

An amazing work - extemporaneous - showing the power of the room, organ and artist!!! Awesome! (The entire album is mind-blowing....)

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Dawn / Sunrise 12:06 track Rating:
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By: MusicDonor2014 on Jan, 07 2016

If Paul hadn't left St John the Divine, we'd have never known Dorothy, but why, LORD, couldn't they serve there together, before AND after the great fire? And, why do Organist/Choirmasters stay there such a short time?

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