Completing Bach's plan
Patrons: Paul McCreesh, Dame Gillian Weir, The Revd Donald Reeves MBE
Academic Advisor: John Scott Whiteley


Recordings

Download score: Farrington – Prelude on Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir (recording by Myles Eastwood)

Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir by Iain Farrington (b. 1977) who is one of Britain’s most dynamic young composers. Pianist, organist and composer, he wrote this contribution to the Orgelbüchlein Project in 2010. It was premiered by Mark Williams in the chapel of Jesus College, Cambridge. www.iainfarrington.com


 

Auf meinen lieben Gott by Giles Swayne who is one of Britain’s leading composers of choral music. His Magnificat was commissioned by Christ Church Oxford in 1982 and has become one of the standard pieces of contemporary liturgical music in this country. www.gilesswayne.com  (recording by Myles Eastwood)


 

In dich hab’ ich gehoffet, Herr by Eriks Esenvalds. Played by Colm Carey during the Winter Spitalfields festival, 2013. Sponsored by the Latvian Embassy of the UK. (recording by Alex Barnes)


 

Ach Gott, erhör’ mein Seufzen und Wehklagen by Pavel Novak. Played by Colm Carey during the Winter Spitalfields festival, 2013. Sponsored by the Czech Centre, London. (recording by Alex Barnes)


 

Frisch auf, mein’ Seel’, verzage nicht by Benet Casablancas. Played by Colm Carey during the Winter Spitalfields festival, 2013. Sponsored by the Cervantes Institute, London. (recording by Alex Barnes)


 

Warum betrubst du dich, mein Herz by Juste Janulyte. Played by Colm Carey during the Winter Spitalfields festival, 2013. Sponsored by the Lithuanian Composers Union. (recording by Alex Barnes)


 

An Wasserflussen Babylon by Jonas Jurkunas. Played by Colm Carey during the Winter Spitalfields festival, 2013. Sponsored by the Lithuanian Composers Union. (recording by Alex Barnes)


 

Aus meines Herzens Grunde by Thomas Daniel Schlee. Played by Colm Carey during the Winter Spitalfields festival, 2013. Sponsored by the Austrian Cultural Forum, London. (recording by Alex Barnes)

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Gott sei gelobet und gebenedeiet, by Bryan Kelly. Played by Simon Williams at St George’s Hanover Square. Commission of the RCO in celebration of its 150th anniversary, March 2014.

O Jesu, du edle Gabe, by Axel Ruoff. Played by William Whitehead at St Mary’s Putney in a recital called ‘In the Steps of Bach’. Concert and piece sponsored by the German Embassy in the UK.

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