David Friddle
Selected organ performances
  1. J.S. Bach: Kommst du nun
  2. J.S. Bach: Nun komm, der heiden Heiland
  3. Jean Langlais: Dialogue sur les mixtures
  4. David Friddle: I am my beloved’s
  5. David Friddle: Jesus Christ is risen today
  6. David Friddle: Alleluia! Sing to Jesus
  7. J.S. Bach: Prelude in G-major
  8. César Franck: Prelude, Fugue et Variation
  9. Franz Liszt: Ave Maria
  10. J.S. Bach: Prelude in b-minor
  11. J.S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in D Major
  12.Louis Vierne: Carillon
  13. Frank Bridge: Adagio in E
  14. J.S. Bach: By the Waters of Babylon (Double-pedal)
  15. Franz Liszt: Fantasy and Fugue on “Ad nos”, (Fugue only)
  16 Franz Liszt: Fantasy and Fugue on “Ad nos”, (Fugue only–HD)
  17. Franz Liszt: Fantasy and Fugue on “Ad nos”, (Part I only)
  18. J.S. Bach: Passacaglia und Fugue in C-moll, BWV 582, (Real-time performance at The Citadel, May 29, 2016)
  19. Franz Liszt: Fantasy and Fugue on “Ad nos,” Complete, (Real-time performance at The Citadel, May 29, 2016)
  20. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin and Organ, Opus 166,, 1. Präludium (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  21. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin and Organ, Opus 166,, 2. Canzone (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  22. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin and Organ, Opus 166,, 3. Allemande (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  23. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin and Organ, Opus 166,, 4. Moto perpetuo (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  24. J.S. Bach: Sonata in H for Violin and Harpsichord Obbligato, BWV 1014,, 1. Adagio (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  25. J.S. Bach: Sonata in H for Violin and Harpsichord Obbligato, BWV 1014,, 2. Allegro (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  26. J.S. Bach: Sonata in H for Violin and Harpsichord Obbligato, BWV 1014,, 3. Andante (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  27. J.S. Bach: Sonata in H for Violin and Harpsichord Obbligato, BWV 1014,, 4. Allegro (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  28. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin, Cello and Organ, Opus 149,, 1. Con moto (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  29. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin, Cello and Organ, Opus 149,, 2. Thema mit Veränderungen (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  30. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin, Cello and Organ, Opus 149,, 3. Sarabande (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)
  31. Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Suite for Violin, Cello and Organ, Opus 149,, 4. Finale (Real-time performance at St. John the Beloved, February 12, 2017)

The first five selections are from my tenure at Central Presbyterian Church in New York City, on a four manual 1950 Moller organ instrument.

Alleluia, Sing to Jesus was recorded at Christ Church in Greenville, SC, while selections 7–10 were from a recital I played at Trinity Lutheran Church on a two manual Steiner organ. This concert was featured as part of Trinity‘s summer organ series.

Selections 11–14 and 20–31 were recorded at St. John the Beloved church in Summerville, SC on a two manual Peragallo organ.

Selections 15–19 were recorded on a four manual Zimmer/Walker organ in Summerall Chapel on The Citadel campus, Charleston, SC.
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