Todd Wilson — Organ
Opus 100 Series: Legends of the Organ World

May 22 | 2016


Todd Wilson ORGAN

J.S BACH

Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582

WIDOR

Sicilienne and Marche du veilleur de nuit (March of the Night Watchman)
from Bach’s Memento
Allegro vivace (Variations) from Symphony No. 5

DURUFLÉ

Prelude and Fugue on the Name ALAIN

HANCOCK

Three Cincinnati Improvisations (transcribed by Todd Wilson)
Lobe den Herren (Praise to the Lord)
Grand Isle (I sing a song of the saints of God)
Ar Hyd y Nos (God, that maddest earth and heaven)

REGER

Fantasia and Fuge on B-A-C-H

Todd Wilson, head of the Organ Department at The Cleveland Institute of Music and Curator of the E.M. Skinner pipe organ at Severance Hall in Cleveland, brings his virtuoso talents to a solo performance on the Lay Family Concert Organ.

Celebrate the enduring influence of the greatest of all organists, Johann Sebastian Bach in this program of music by Bach, Widor and Reger. Included are tributes to iconic organists Duruflé, Alain and our own Texas legend Gerre Hancock. Part of the OPUS 100: Lay Family Concert Organ Series.



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