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Videos & Concerts
In the absence of live recitals, we present the first in a possible series of concerts featuring local organists, playing a range of music and organs for a VIRTUAL RECITAL.
[If you wish to submit a virtual concert, please email the Secretary (from the Contact page)].
The organist for this virtual recital is Ross Windsor playing at St Pauls Ipswich on the 2017 Simon Pierce 3 manual organ.
The music is mainly reflective organ music and the program is entitled “Nocturnes for a Pandemic"
Nocturnes for a Pandemic
The next video recordings are Hymns for ANZAC Day, played by Dr Steven Nisbet OAM
While I have been staying at home during the period of social restrictions associated with the COVID-19 crisis, I have been writing music for the on-line presentations by St Andrew’s Uniting Church, Brisbane. As the crisis was in full swing before, during and after Easter, I wrote music on the themes of Passiontide and Easter.
There are six pieces of music altogether and they were originally written for voices and organ. Since then I have adapted them as stand-alone Hymn Preludes for Organ.
Excerpts from the Hymn Preludes are attached. The list of hymns I arranged is as follows:
Ride on, ride on in majesty
When I survey the wondrous cross
Christ the Lord is risen today
The day of resurrection
Love is come again
Crown him with many crowns
Please let me know if you are interested in purchasing a copy of the album.
The cost is $35 posted in Australia.
This is a video from the CW Leggo organ at All Saints Murwillumbah, played by OSQ Member Barry Firth.
The following are introduction trailers to full length DVDs available for purchase from OSQ. Please fill in the order form below on this page and it will be received by the Secretary for posting the DVDs to you.
How the Organ Works - Trailer
Full length DVD is approx 35 mins
What Stop is That - Trailer
Full length DVD is approx 47 mins
Never Too Young
To order a DVD, available for $10 each plus postage in Australia, please fill out the form below: