St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney

Organ Recital Programs

Fridays 1.10pm - 1.40pm

Gold Coin Donation

November 2008

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November 7
Ross Cobb (St Andrew's Cathedral)

Prelude & Fugue in F

Trio Sonata VI in G BWV 530, 1st movt

Hymn-Prelude on 'Hyfrydol'

Adagio in E

Imperial March
Vincent Lübeck (c.1654 - 1740)

J S Bach (1685 - 1750)

Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872 - 1958)

Frank Bridge (1879 - 1941)

Edward Elgar (1857 - 1934) (arr. Martin)

November 14
Daniel Moult (St Peter's Eaton Square, London)

DANIEL MOULT has an active career as a concert organist and organ tutor. He performs throughout the U.K. in many major concert series, venues and festivals, with an eclectic repertoire stretching from the fourteenth century to the present day. He records frequently for BBC Radio and TV, has recorded for Radio Netherlands and has performed on various commercial and private recordings. A sought-after organ tutor, he teaches at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, Birmingham Conservatoire and St Giles' International Organ School, London.

He is in frequent demand for master classes and workshops, including regular visits to courses in Oundle, Salisbury (RSCM) and elsewhere. Passionate about promoting the organ to a wider audience, Daniel has been involved recently in various outreach projects. These have included working for the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester as organ animateur (where thousands of children have heard the organ in popular concerts), projects at the Symphony Hall, Birmingham and events for the R.C.O and I.A.O. In addition to examining for the A.B.R.S.M and the R.C.O, his articles on performance practice and performance-related topics have appeared in various organ journals. He has recently been appointed Artistic Director of the London Organ Day.

Daniel was educated at the Manchester Grammar School and Oxford (where he won three prizes at F.R.C.O and was jointly awarded the University of Oxford John Betts Organ Scholarship). He was a postgraduate at the Amsterdam Conservatorium under Jacques van Oortmerssen: other organ teachers have included Gordon Stewart and Nicolas Kynaston. Previous posts have included visiting organ tutor at Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester and seven years as Organist and Assistant Director of Music at Coventry Cathedral. Daniel moved to London in 2003 to focus solely on his freelance career. His 2008 / 09 itinerary includes profile recitals for various concert series and organist societies in the UK, Australia and Germany and the launch of an organ duet partnership with Matthew Owens, choir accompaniments for concerts, services and BBC broadcasts, directing and tutoring on various national organ courses and two DVD recordings of Mozart’s organ music and virtuosic twentieth-century repertoire.


Sonata No. III in A major Op. 65 
(i) Con moto maestoso; (ii) Andante tranquillo

Prelude and Fugue (“Fiddle fugue”) in D minor BWV 539

Toccata (Suite Op. 5)

Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847)

J S Bach (1685 - 1750)

Maurice Duruflé (1902 - 1986)

November 21
Dr Gordon Atkinson (Melbourne)

Prelude and Fugue in b (BWV 544)

Soliloquy No 2

Petite Suite
(i) Introduction (ii) Intermezzo (iii) Finale

J S Bach (1685 - 1750)

Gordon Atkinson (b 1928)

Gerald Bales (1919 - 2002)

November 28
Neil Cameron (St Swithin's, Pymble)

Cancion para la Corneta con el Eco

"Advent” chorale preludes from the “Orgelbüchlein” BWV 599 - 602

Variations on the chorale “Herr Jesus hat ein Gartchen”

Chorale No. 3 in A minor

Anonymous, 17th century

J S Bach (1685 - 1750)

Flor Peeters (1903 - 1986)

Cèsar Franck (1822 - 1890)

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