Parley Belnap at the Organ, BYU Jerusalem Center [CD] - Parley Belnap

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Organist Parley Belnap interprets a wide range of religious and secular music on the BYU Jerusalem Center organ.

Parley Belnap played and recorded these selections on the organ housed at the Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies in Israel. Sitting atop Mount Scopus near the Mount of Olives, the eight-story center overlooks Jerusalem from the east. On the top floor, the organ is perched at the back of a 334 seat recital hall surrounded in glass to optimize the panoramic vista. Facing opposite the organ, the audience can simultaneously savor an organ recital and bask in spectacular views of the Old City. This compact disc showcases the instruments varied sounds and features a broad mix of styles that should appeal to a general audience.

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1. Toccata in D Minor
Johann Sebastian Bach

2. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Johann Sebastian Bach

3. My Heart Is Filled with Longing
Johann Sebastian Bach

4. Sonata NO. 6 in D Minor
Felix Mendelssohn

5. Hymn Improvisation on Cwn Rhondda
Paul Manz

6. Aria
Jan-Baptiste Loeillet

7. Benedictus
Max Reger

8. Prelude, Fugue, and Variation
César Franck

9. Adagio
Alexandre Guilmant

10. Minuet- Song of the Quail
Franz Joseph Haydn

11. March
Franz Joseph Haydn

12. Chorale Prelude on O God, Thou Faithful God
Flor Peeters

13. Passages in Arpeggio Form on the Pedals
Flor Peeters

14. Hymn Prelude on We Gather Together
Wilbur Held

15. Hymn Prelude on I Am a Child of God
Robert Manookin

16. Festive Trumpet Tune
David German


Produced by Ron Simpson and Parley Belnap

Recorded by Bona Belnap in the upper auditorium, BYU Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies, R. J. Snow, director

Digital editing and mastering by Troy Sales

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