ORGAN VIDEOS and RECORDINGS
Daniel Roth plays Reubke Sonata in memory of his recently deceased wife. Click here.
Oliver Latry demonstrates the Organ of Notre Dame, Paris. Click here
- Daniel Roth improvises on Victimae Pascales. Click here
- Carl Richter plays Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in d minor on the organ in Ottobeuren Abbey. Click here.
David Briggs introduces the organ to six year olds. Click here.
- New video: Reitze Smit plays Bach’s Toccata, Adagio and Fugue on the organ of St Jacob’s Church, Leeuwarden..Click here
A short documentary about Healey Willan, composer, conductor, choirmaster, organist and teacher. Click here
The history of the Austin Organ in the Exposition Hall at San Francisco. Click here.
Anglican chant accompanies video of York Minster. Click here.
Virgil Fox and Liberace play duet. Click here.
David Briggs improvises a Fugue at Saint Sulpice with Daniel Roth. Click here.
Pierre Cochereau improvises on a Christmas Theme. Click here
- J. S. Bach Clavier-Übung III Ton Koopman, Organ. Gottfried Silbermann organ constructed in 1711 — 1714; Cathedral of St. Marien, Freiberg. Click here
- J.S.Bach Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor on Trost organ Stadtkirche in Walterhausen. Click here.
- An interview with Pierre Cochereau. Click here for part one and here for part two. Click here for a Mass Improvisation.
- An evocative half hour film about the largest mechanical organ in the world and the diverse music at Holy Trinity Church, Liepaja, Latvia. Click here
- Johann Sebastian Bach: Fugue à la Gigue Click here.
- An entertaining and informative video: How an organ works – The Bridgewater Hall Organ
- J. S. Bach. Prelude and Fugue in D major (BWV 532) played by Kevin Bowyer. Click here
- J. S. Bach: Toccata Adagio and Fuga in C major, BWV 564, Wilfried Schnetzler on the Metzler-Orgel of Stadtkirche Biel, Switzerland. Click here
- J.S. Bach Dorian Toccata and Fugue in d minor, BWV 538 played by Vincent Crosnier on the Van Heuval organ at St Eustach, Paris. Click here
- There are many recordings on GOA President, David Briggs’ website: www.david-briggs.org