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Uploaded by: josephhaspel (07/21/17)
Composer: John Redford
Sample Producer: OrganART Media
Sample Set: J. A. Silbermann-Metzler, Arlesheim
Software: Hauptwerk
Genre: Medieval and Renaissance
John Redford was the

Organist at St' Paul's Cathedral in London around 1525, during the reign of Henry VIII, Redford's compositions contributed greatly towards giving the organ an instrumental idiom of its own. The Glorificamus in particular has been referred to as "precious evidence of the advancement of organ music in England .... freeing this kind of music from the yoke of vocal polyphony."

From 'Treasury of Early Organ Music', edited by E. Power Biggs.

I've been fond of this rather austere, contrapuntally lively piece since finding it in the Biggs anthology some time ago. This is my second recording of it.
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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