Organ Recitals

Regular organ recitals take place at All Hallows on Thursday lunchtimes during the year, usually with a four week break in March, August and November. The recitals start at 1.10pm and finish by 2pm unless otherwise indicated and admission is free, although donations are welcomed. 
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Thursday 3 October
JONATHAN MELLING - Director of Music, All Hallows by the Tower

Théodore Dubois
Entrée (from Dix Pièces)

Johann Pachelbel
Arietta with Variations

Georg Frideric Händel
Sonata in E (for violin and harpsichord): Adagio; Allegro; Largo; Allegro

Josef Rheinberger
Romanze, op. 142

Edwin Lemare
Berceuse

Caleb Jarvis
A Welsh lullaby (based on the folk-song "Suo Gan")

Guiseppe Rosetta
Alleluia

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PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO RECITAL ON 10 OCTOBER DUE
TO THE MARITIME FOUNDATION MEMORIAL BOOK SERVICE

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Thursday 17 October
DAVID COOK - Assistant Organist, All Hallows by the Tower

Victorian English Organ Music

F. W. Holloway
i. Concert Toccata, op. 33 no. 2;  ii. Cantilene, op. 33 no. 1

Henry Hackett
Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor

William Faulkes
Autumn Song

W. Battison Haynes
Meditation

William Wolstenholme
i. Pastorale in D;  ii. Grand Choeur on the Fourth Gregorian Tone
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Thursday 24 October
JONATHAN MELLING - Director of Music, All Hallows by the Tower

Johann Sebastian Bach
Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C, BWV 564

Charles Wesley (arr. H. J. Paul)
Air with Variation

Josef Rheinberger
from Sonata no. 8 in E minor, op. 132: Introduction and Passacaglia

Alexandre Guilmant
i. Melodie; ii. Verset (Fantaisie)

Francis Jackson
Prelude on the hymn tune East Acklam

Percy Whitlock
Hymn Prelude on Darwell’s 148th

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PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE A SHORT BREAK IN THE PROGRAMME DURING OUR
ARTS IN EDUCATION PROJECT. THE NEXT RECITAL IS ON THURSDAY 28 NOVEMBER.

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