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Studio Recordings

A Mystical Procession for organ

Performed by Jürgen Essl

"Rain has fallen"
performed by Soprano Lily Zhang

 The great Chinese soprano Lily Zhang performs "Rain has fallen" out of the Joyce Cycle. A remarkable and sensitive performance!

Enchanted Landscapes
midi realization

Enchanted Landscapes was commissioned by the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra. World Premiere is scheduled for Saturday, March 18, 2017 with an additional matinee performance on Sunday March 19. 

Teru'ah
for organ
performed by Jürgen Essl (Stuttgart, Germany)

Teru'ah is the concluding movement of The Organ Book of Psalms. The word Teru'ah means Fanfare in Hebrew.

Akëda
for piano
performed by American pianist Susan Grace.