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Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme J S Bach 25th July 2024 4.01 MB
Description
Music for Advent Sunday, performed by James Parsons
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pdf document Wachet auf! JP intro.pdf
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Percy Whitlock - Folk Tune 14th November 2021 3.3 MB
Description
Played by James Parsons on Remembrance Sunday at Fotheringhay 2021
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jpg document 20211116_130440.jpg
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Nun sei willkommen, Jesus, Lieber Herr Flor Peeters (1903-1986) 25th July 2024 8.15 MB
Description
Over a solemn accompaniment, Flor Peeters sings what seems to me a slow but passionate song of love, longing, and ‘welcome to our dear Lord Jesus’. (James Parsons - organ of St Mary's, Fotheringhay - Dec '23)
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Jesus, Meine Zuversicht 728 J S Bach 30th November -0001 2.16 MB
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Jesus, My Confidence
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Chorale Variations on Ach wie fluchtig, ach wie nichtig George Bohm (1661-1733) 30th November -0001 7.76 MB
Description
Organ music - a reflection for Lent (played by Fotheringhay Organist, James Parsons) Chorale Variations on Ach wie flüchtig, ach wie nichtig (‘Ah how fleeting, ah how insubstantial’) Ach wie flüchtig... is a German Lutheran Hymn with text and music by Michael Franck, writing shortly after the Thirty Years War. Georg Böhm, organist of the Johanniskirche in Lüneburg, was one of Bach’s early teachers. The chorale, heard firstly on the stentorian tones of a Trumpet stop, declaims the futility of human endeavour. Seven engaging variations follow, featuring various dance metres, subtle ornamentation and the colourful palette of the organ at Ystym Colwyn Hall, where James recorded this work.
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