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Five Short Pieces
The Five Short Pieces were written in 1929 while Whitlock was still in Rochester; they were published the following year just after his move to Bournemouth, and they brought him his first major success as a composer: ‘among the most encouraging of recent organ publications’, said the Musical Times, ‘… the music has tune and freshness’. The engaging stylistic diversity of these unpretentious works was prophetic of Whitlock’s future career: two light concert pieces (Nos 1 and 4), together with two sweetly melodic slow movements (Nos 2 and 3) and a rousing finale, these three equally suited to either church or concert hall.

from notes by David Gammie © 2004

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Details for CDA67317 track 12
Folk Tune
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-02-31712
Duration
3'51
Recording date
26 October 2001
Recording venue
Truro Cathedral, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Paul Spicer
Recording engineer
Simon Eadon
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  1. Organ Dreams, Vol. 3 (CDA67317)
    Disc 1 Track 12
    Release date: June 2002
    Deletion date: January 2013
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