Bach, J.S. / Peterson: Recital in Bridges Hall

Bach, J.S. / Peterson SKU: 36866090
Bach, J.S. / Peterson: Recital in Bridges Hall

Bach, J.S. / Peterson: Recital in Bridges Hall

Bach, J.S. / Peterson SKU: 36866090

Format: CD

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Title: Recital in Bridges Hall
Artist: Bach, J.S. / Peterson
Label: Loft Recordings
UPC: 617145114020
Genre: Classical Artists

"In celebrating the splendid Fisk organ we are offering a tribute to the power and beauty of music. The extraordinary Hall, with it's magnificent C.B. Fisk organ will, we trust, continue to inspire and challenge new generations throughout the twenty-first century." (William Peterson) The repertoire on this recital recording in "Little Bridges" was chosen to showcase both the organist's and the organ's ability to handle music of widely varied origins with ease and authenticity. It also showcases the acoustically sensitive design of Bridges Hall. Bridges Hall of Music, designed by the notable architect Myron Hunt in 1915, is one of the oldest buildings on the Pomona College campus. The dedication of Fisk Op. 117 on October 12, 2002, marked the 115th anniversary of the founding of the College and was the culmination of a design process which began in 1980. William Peterson has played concerts throughout the United States. His recitals have included "French Organ Music from the Time of World War I, " 16th and 17th century Dutch and German composers as well as works by JS Bach. As a scholar he has worked extensively on French organ music of the 19th and early 20th centuries. He is the Harry S. and Madge Rice Thatcher Professor of Music and College Organist, Emeritus, at Pomona College.


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