John Stanley - Complete Voluntaries for Organ Op.5-7
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Label: Regent Records
Cat No: REGCD190
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 10th April 2006
ArtistsMargaret Phillips (organ)
‘This recording transcends pure enjoyment....’ - Gramophone (November 2004)
‘A first-class achievement’ ***** - Goldberg (February 2005)
'Margaret Phillips plays sensitively and musically….her sense of touch and articulation is spot on, as is her sense of the projection of a musical line. I can thoroughly recommend this double CD not just to organists, but to all music lovers. Buy lots, and send copies to your friends.' - Early Music Review (August 2004)
‘...captures the spirit of the eighteenth century marvellously...a must’ - The Organ (August 2004)
‘Magnificently recorded releases. Played with such panache and colour by Margaret Phillips. 150 minutes worth of fascinating music.' - Birmingham Post (July 2004)
Played on four historic English Organs:
- St Helen, Bishopsgate, City of London
- St James, Bermondsey, London
- St Peter & St Paul, Blandford Forum
- St Mary, Rotherhithe, London
Regarded as one of Britain’s most outstanding concert organists and teachers, Margaret Phillips made her début at the Royal Festival Hall and soon gained an international reputation as a soloist, playing throughout Europe and in the USA, Canada, Australia and Mexico. Alongside her busy concert career, she was a member of the Council of the Royal College of Organists for 20 years, and President of the Incorporated Association of Organists from 1997–99. Since 1996 she has been Professor of Organ at the Royal College of Music in London.
Margaret Phillips regularly gives masterclasses both at home and abroad, and has been a jury member for organ competitions such as those held in St Albans (UK) and Odense (Denmark). She has made a number of critically acclaimed recordings.
In 1994, Margaret Phillips and her husband David Hunt founded the English Organ School & Museum in a disused chapel in Milborne Port, Somerset, where they have a collection of organs by English organ builders from the eighteenth century to the present day.
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