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Richard Ellsasser - Hammond Castle Concert Series: A Richard Ellsasser Concert album

Richard Ellsasser - Hammond Castle Concert Series: A Richard Ellsasser Concert album
Performer: Richard Ellsasser
Title: Hammond Castle Concert Series: A Richard Ellsasser Concert
Country: US
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 931
Formats: MIDI XM TTA MP3 MP2 ASF ADX
MP3 size: 1445 mb
FLAC size: 1484 mb

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A1 The 19th Psalm
Composed By – Benedetto Marcello
A2 Gigue Rondo
Composed By – Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach
A3 Adagio from Concerto in D Minor
Arranged By – Johann Sebastian BachComposed By – Antonio Vivaldi
A4 Rondo in G
Composed By – John Bull
A5 Chorale-Prelude on the Welch Hymn "Rosymedre"
Composed By – Ralph Vaughan Williams
A6 Carillon
Composed By – Louis Vierne
B1 Fanfare
Composed By – Virgil Thomson
B2 Chollas Dance For You (from 7 Casual Brevities)
Composed By – Rowland Leach
B3 Soul Of The Lake
Composed By – Sigfrid Karg-Elert
B4 March Fantastique
Composed By – Richard Ellsasser

Credits

  • Organ – Richard Ellsasser

Notes

Played on the organ at the John Hays Hammond Castle/Museum, Gloucester, Mass.
Issued as a limited edition at the Museum Gift Shop.
Identical to MGM E3005 - A Richard Ellsasser Concert.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
E 3005 Richard Ellsasser A Richard Ellsasser Concert ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Hig) MGM Records E 3005 US 1952

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Richard Ellsasser (September 14, 1926 - August 9, 1972) was an American concert organist, composer, and conductor, who was primarily active during the 1940s, 50's and 60's. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 14, 1926, the young Ellsasser was a musical prodigy who studied piano and organ, first with his father, and later with Winslow Cheney and Albert Riemenschneider. He also studied with Joseph Bonnet. At the age of seven, he toured the eastern United States as an organist with various symphony orchestras. In 1967, Ellsasser recorded two albums for Nonesuch Records at the Hammond Castle Museum. Shortly after completing these recordings, he suffered a stroke, which forced him into retirement. Ellsasser came out of retirement in January 1972 when he accepted a position as Minister of Music at the United Baptist Church of Jamaica Plain, MA (Boston); this was his last church position.

Castle Concert Series. Advanced booking recommended: Pittenweem Arts Festival Box-office 01333 313 109 or online at ww. l. For many years, Ellsasser was Minister of Music at Wilshire United Methodist Church in Los Angeles, California, where he later created and directed a series of music festivals. In later years, he became Minister of Recitals at the First Congregational Church in Los Angeles. NBC featured the young organist on the air with the production of "The Ellsasser Show.

richard ellsasser organist, richard ellsasser Richard Ellsasser September 14, 1926 - August 9, 1972 was an American concert organist, composer, and conductor, who was primarily active during the 1940s, 50's and 60's Born in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 14, 1926, the young Ellsasser was a musical prodigy who studied piano and organ, first with his father, and later with Winslow Cheney. Ellsasser later went on to study at Oberlin College, Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory from which he obtained his Bachelor of Music degree, the School of Theology at Boston University, and the School of Religion at the University of Southern California where he earned a Master's Degree in Theology Ellsasser also earned a Doctorate from Boston University.

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