• All Glory, Laud, and Honor, Voluntary on
A huge, solemn procession of palms is the image invoked by this slow, thick-textured piece. A stretch for those with small hands, and a good test of the organ's "lungs." Another in Chamberlin's quest to compose "an organ piece for every hymn in the book." (See Chamberlinmusic.com for more information).




*The sample audio file was generated using Hauptwerk Virtual Pipe Organ software and the Haverhill OIC extended sample set available from Lavender Audio.

 

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