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Dåpsmusikk (Baptism Music) (1997)

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Uploaded by: CarsonCooman (12/10/14)
Composer: Miller, Timothy
Sample Producer: Sonus Paradisi
Sample Set: Caen - St. Etienne Cavaillé Coll
Software: Hauptwerk
Genre: Contemporary
Description:
Timothy Miller (b. 1957) — Dåpsmusikk (Baptism Music) (1997) for organ

1. Andante
2. Maestoso
3. Allegretto
4. Allegretto
5. Moderato
6. Alla marcia
7. Vivo
8. Andantino

Timothy Miller (b. 1957) was born in Colchester, England and was educated at the Colchester Institute, King’s College, University of London, the Royal Academy of Music (MMus), and Surrey University (PhD). His doctoral dissertation was written about Benjamin Britten’s sacred music. Miller’s principal teachers included organist Harrison Oxley (longtime organist of St. Edmundsbury Cathedral), musicologist Arnold Whittall, and composer Richard Arnell. Miller immigrated to Norway in 1990 and has worked throughout the country both as a church musician and an academic. He was Sub-Professor of Harmony, Analysis, and Aural Training at the Institute for Music and Dance at the University of Stavanger from 2000–18, and from 2012–14 he also served as acting organist in Stavanger Cathedral. For 10 years, he was director of the Jæren Symphony Orchestra. As a composer, Miller has written numerous works in many musical genres, including many works for the organ (including 12 sonatas), choral and vocal pieces, and chamber music.

Published by Cantando Musikkforlag (http://www.musikkforlaget.no)
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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