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WILLIAM MATHIAS

Processional

ELIAS NICOLAUS AMMERBACH 

Wer das Töchterlein haben wil  (c. 1560)

FRANZ SCHMIDT

Chorale


ANON (Netherlands) 

Almande prynce (1599)

EGIL HOVLAND

Interlude: “Den vakreste rosen”

FRANCOIS COUPERIN

Chromhorne sur la Taille (“Lord God, Lamb of

God”) and

Dialogue sur les grands jeux (“In the glory of

God the Father”)

from Mass for the Convents

FLOR PEETERS

Scherzo from “Suite modale”

CONRAD PAUMAN

"Mit ganczem Willen", from 

Fundamentum organisandi (1452) 

MICHEL JACQUES

Galliard

 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH



"Jesu, joy of man's desiring"

PIETRO YON

“Humoresque” L’Organo Primitivo

GEORGE FREDERICK HÄNDEL

Andante, from the “Water Music”

CALIMERIO SOARES

Marcha Soldado (Soldiers' March),

Romance da Donzela (Donzela’s Romance)

and Sambalelê 

from 5 Brazilian folksongs

ANTONIO VIVALDI

Concerto in B minor (Allegro),

arr. J.G. Walther


Since his acclaimed London debut at age 18, Dr Tim Rishton has enjoyed

a distinguished international career as concert organist, broadcaster,

author and lecturer, also holding posts at Norwegian and British

universities. Locally born, from a Ribble-Valley family, he returned home to

live in Pendle two years ago.

He studied with Susi Jeans and at the universities of Reading (winning all

organ-playing prizes), Manchester and Wales, where he took a doctorate

in 18th-century music and later lectured, subsequently becoming Professor

at a Norwegian university.

Although best known for the German Baroque repertoire, his performance

repertoire has been wide-ranging. This winter he is playing in Italy (Rome,

Venice, and Turin), Norway, Germany (Berlin, Magdeburg, Bogenburg

Festival), England, Scottish cathedrals and universities and France. 

He has given lectures and master classes (several of them broadcast) in

Norwegian, English and Welsh at many universities. He has made regular

radio and television broadcasts, on the Norwegian channel NRK, as well

as on HTV, S4C and BBC - most recently BBC1's televised Christmas

service from Skipton.

He has made a number of solo recordings, as well as recordings with Aled

Jones, Simon Roberts and others. He is currently recording a CD of Italian

Baroque music, a double CD of Bach's Art of Fugue, and preparing a CD

of Norwegian organ music, including two major works especially written for

the occasion. 

As well as published organ music and many articles in scholarly journals

and in The Revised New Grove and the German music encyclopaedia Die

Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart , Tim has written a number of books,

one of which (on liturgical organ playing) has been translated from

Norwegian into various languages. His latest book on organ playing

will be published at the end of this year.

Something Old    

   


  Something New

A concert of organ music

with Tim Rishton

in St Mary’s, Gisburn

20 September 2003

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