- Frank Martin: Agnus Dei - St.-Nicolai-Kirche, Döbeln (3 August 2016)
- Percy Whitlock: Fanfare (from Four Extemporisations) - Christuskirche, Dresden-Strehlen (8 August 2016)
- Bertie Baigent: proud rock/bright sky - Christuskirche, Dresden-Strehlen (8 August 2016
- Olivier Messiaen: Apparition de l'église éternelle - Predigerkirche, Erfurt (9 August 2016)
- Ralph Vaughan WIlliams: Rhosymedre - St.-Johannis-Kirche, Dessau (11 August 2016)
- Guy Bovet: Hamburger Totentanz (from Trois Préludes Hambourgeois) - Meißen Cathedral (13 August 2016)
- Simon Preston: Alleluyas - Meißen Cathedral (13 August 2016)
- Herbert Howells: Preludio 'Sine nomine' - Herderkirche, Weimar (14 August 2016)
- Herbert Howells: Paean - Herderkirche, Weimar (14 August 2016)
- Max Reger: Variations and Fugue on Heil dir im Siegerkranz/God Save the King - Herderkirche, Weimar (14 August 2016)
- Noel Rawsthorne: Hornpipe Humoresque - St.-Georgen-Kirche, Schwarzenberg (15 August 2016)
A selection of live recordings from Robert's summer tour has now been uploaded to YouTube:
Today Robert's first solo CD, a portrait of the Franz Liszt Memorial Organ at the Herz-Jesu-Kirche in Weimar, was released by the classical CD label Jubal.
A more detailed article about the album and an interview with Robert can be found on the Somerville College website.
Click here for more information and full track listings. The CD is available for purchase from Amazon UK.
The first live recording from Robert's summer tour has been uploaded to YouTube: Bach's Prelude in C minor played on the 1735 Silbermann organ of the St.-Petri-Kirche, Freiberg (Saxony).
Additional recordings (including works by Mendelssohn, Sweelinck, Boyce, Byrd and Gowers) will be added to the YouTube channel over the next few weeks.
Today at 4pm BBC Radio 3 will broadcast a live recording of Daniel Saleeb's Psalm which features Robert playing the Metzler organ of the University Church. The programme will be available for download or streaming via iPlayer.
Robert can be heard playing the new Kenneth Tickell organ at Keble College Chapel on Somerville College Choir's new CD. This musical advent calendar from Oxford University's leading mixed-voice college choir is the ensemble's second release on the Stone Records label, following a highly successful recording of Duruflé’s Requiem and Milford’s Mass for Five Voices.
The beautifully-presented album is a countdown to Christmas of 24 tracks (with a bonus track for Christmas Day) featuring wonderful performances of some of the best-loved carols of all time, and a handful of première recordings that will delight all classical music lovers. Each Advent Sunday is marked by a Bach chorale, and the listener is guided through Advent, as the excitement builds for the arrival of Christmas Day. The track list includes favourite carols by Rutter, Warlock, Poston, Gardner, Cornelius, Goldschmidt and Wood as well as newly commissioned works by Toby Young, Raymond Head and Paul Sartin (member of the folk band Bellowhead).
The Choir of Somerville College, conducted by David Crown, is joined by guest soloists Mary-Louise Aitken (soprano) and Jeremy Carpenter (baritone), who was most recently seen in the Royal Opera House's production of Britten's Gloriana. The CD also features Douglas Knight (organ) and Keith Fairbairn (percussion).
The album will be released on 4 November 2013 (UK) and 12 November 2013 (USA and all other countries). Advent Calendar is available for purchase from Amazon UK, Amazon US, Presto Classical, Stone Records and Blackwell's Music (Broad Street, Oxford). Please see Robert's discography for a full track list.
A live recording of Schnittke's Zwei kleine Stücke für Orgel (1980), the composer's only work for solo organ, is now on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNzgpi1H4K0.
Robert recorded the first movement on the Kenneth Tickell organ at Keble College Chapel and the second movement on the Gray & Davison/Nicholson organ at Harris Manchester College Chapel.
A new live recording featuring the Choir of Somerville College, accompanied by Robert on the piano, has just been uploaded to the choir's YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EViB5epHMn8.
This performance of Goodall's The Lord is my Shepherd (also known as the theme tune of The Vicar of Dibley) was recorded at a memorial service at Somerville College Chapel, Oxford.
A recording of Robert's organ arrangement of the Imperial March (Darth Vader Theme) from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cW4XS449EYU.
The arrangement was written for the Organ Scholars' Recital in celebration of the 75th anniversary of Somerville's chapel organ. The recording was produced and directed by Stefan Schwarz, who also played the percussion part.
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