Last Saturday I was invited to play a wedding at Vilnius University St John's church. While I was practicing my music for this occasion, it occurred to me I could expand it into a recital full of delightful music suitable for wedding. So here we are. In this recital you will hear pieces I recorded during a rehearsal, the wedding itself and even after it! Hope you will enjoy the amazing sound of the largest pipe organ in Lithuania recorded from the nave as listeners would have heard the grand acoustics of this church!
Premiere starts today at 6:00 PM EET.
00:00 1. Arrival of the Queen of Sheba by George Frideric Handel
04:43 2. Arioso by Johann Sebastian Bach
09:17 3. Prelude from "Te Deum" by Marc-Antoine Charpentier
12:09 4. Ave Maria by Franz Schubert
16:58 5. Gymnopedie I by Erik Satie
21:32 6. March from 'Scipio" by G.F. Handel
24:18 7. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by J.S. Bach
28:05 8. Coro from 'Water Music' by G.F. Handel
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