Pott's Christus, completed in 1990, is a five-movement solo organ work, the very concept of which on the face of it seems preposterously ambitious. But it's not to be dismissed as readily as I dismissed it at its first performance. In his liner notes, Pott sets out his intentions with the same polished eloquence with which he composes; the work is a deeply thoughtful consideration of the Resurrection and the relevance of its symbolism in today's world. The tonal-based language is vivid an the determination Pott shows in getting to the root of what he wants to say is impressive. Filsell, playing the organ of St Peter's Raton Square, displays all the flair a composer could wish for in making the case for what is a remarkable work.