Items In Cart: 0 | Subtotal: £0.00 | View my Cart
add to cart success
This product has variants and can only be added to the cart by viewing the product details page.
add to cart success
Submit Request Quote
 * Denotes Required Field.
Company Name:
Request Quote
Trans Europe Experience (.flac) - WHR032FLACFP
Trans Europe Experience (.flac)
This album tracks an imaginary journey around European cities in 20th century organ music spanning some 50 years.
From £8.99
.flac options:
Quantity:  Add to Cart
Hendrik Andriessen: Thema met Variaties (1949)
Oreste Ravanello:  Adorazione
Peter Hurford: Suire 'Laudate Dominum'


Carl Nielsen:  Commotio, Op.58


Markus Kühnis:  Variations on the Swiss Song 'Stets I Truure, mues I läbe'

Recorded:  Gloucester Cathedral, UK on 13th-17th August 2012


ecording Producers:  John Balsdon & Mark Hartt-Palmer  
Recording Engineers:  Mark Hartt-Palmer & John Balsdon
Release Date:  June 2013
Total duration: 70:47
Cover artwork: Breed Media

Keith John - organKeith studied at the Royal College of Music with Ralph Downes, Bernard Roberts and Ruth Gipps. It was at this time that Keith became inspired by the music and playing of Jean Guillou, who invited him to the Alpine village of L'Alpe d'Huez for one of the famous Guillou masterclasses. This led to Keith's life-long relationship with Guillou's music, and had a profound influence on his style of playing and approach to the organ. Keith soon discovered that one could play anything on the 'big little organ' of L'Alpe d'Huez in exactly the same way that, in the hands of the artist, the same is true of the masterpiece that is the organ of Gloucester Cathedral.

Keith John is renowned for his phenomenal technique and his imaginative use of the full range of colours from every instrument featured in his recordings and recitals. His transcriptions are regularly performed and have all been recorded, winning critical acclaim. His composition Rhythmic Energy has become a tour de force in many organists' recital repertoire.

Keith's recordings have won Editor's Choice in both Organists' Review and Cathedral Music, and have been well received in publications such as Gramophone, the London Sunday Times and the BBC Music Magazine.


Add Review

No reviews have been added yet, be the 1st to add a review!