Contents: 1. Chromatic Fantasietta -- 2. Procession in Variations -- 3. Fugue on a Bird's Song -- 4. Scherzetto -- 5. Toccatarina (to Katarina) -- 6. Asian Legend -- 7. Badinerie on Lobe den Herren -- 8. Chorale Prelude on Mit Fried und Freud -- 9. Romance (Wedding Melody) -- 10. Impromptu -- 11.…
Contents: 1. Prologue -- 2. Eglogue -- 3. Epilogue on Genevan Psalm 42 -- 4. Three Short Studies: Monologue -- 5. Three Short Studies: The Flight of the Hummingbird -- 6. Three Short Studies: Dialogue of the Mockingbirds -- 7. Reverie -- 8. Dithyrambe -- 9. Three Improvisations on Old Hundredth --…
In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Commissioned by David Mr. Storey for St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Baltimore. Premiered by Marvin Mills in October 2007. The piece was composed for the reinstallation of an organ designed by Daveluy, and the music is based on material…
Contents: Epilogue -- Fantasia for Organ and Harp, Op. 52 -- Twelve Short Pieces, Vol. 2 -- Sonata for Organ and Horn, Op. 60 -- Prelude and Fugue in F Minor, Op. 45. With Rachel Laurin, organ; Karen Holmes, organ; Damian Rivers-Moore, French horn; and Caroline Léonardelli, harp.
Brahms originally composed this work for piano, in 1861. This organ transcription takes advantage of the some of the more symphonic aspects of the music. With program and biographical notes.
…Partita on Foundation / by David Lasky -- This Little Light of Mine, Op. 24 / by Robin Dinda -- Elevation / by Raymond Weidner -- Mysterium and Tremendum on Guide Me / by Kenneth Logan -- Greensboro Suite, Op. 56 / by Rachel Laurin -- Wondrous Love / by John Brock. With brief biographical sketches.
In one movement. With program and biographical notes. This work won first prize in the 2009 Marilyn Mason New Organ Composition Competition, and is dedicated to Mason.
A set of twelve pieces for organ, each dedicated to a different person. Includes: Cantilene; Toccatina; Intermezzo; Moto Perpetuo; Trumpet Tune; Invocation; Rondo; and more. With biographical notes.
In one movement. With a biographical note. Dedicated to Madame Noella Genest and the Fondation Claude-Lavoie. A challenging work for manuals and pedals.
Contents: 1. Prelude et Fugue en si mineur -- 2. Toccata and Fugue en sol majeur -- 3. Chaconne et Fugue en mi mineur. With a biographical note. Dedicated to Jean Coutu. Of moderate to advanced difficulty.
Commissioned by the Guelph Spring Festival, and dedicated to Sheri and Barrie Cabena. Laurin premiered the work in April 2003. A four-movement work in the spirit of Vierne and Widor. With biographical and program notes. Duration ca. 29 minutes.
In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Dedicated to Ken Cowan. Premiered in Austin, July 2013. The subtitle translates to Beelzebub's Laugh. Of advanced difficulty.
This work consists of a theme and twelve variations. With program and biographical notes. Commissioned by and dedicated to Isabelle Demers. Premiered in Massachusetts, October 2014. The music is based on a song associated with Baylor University. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Commissioned by the American Guild of Organists for the Biennial National Convention in Washington, D.C. (2010). Duration ca. 14 minutes.
Contents: 1. Hommage a Couperin -- 2. Royal Canadian Fanfare -- 3. Perpetuum Mobile -- 4. Meditation -- 5. Danse Variee -- 6. Soliloque -- 7. Ciaccona -- 8. Prelude -- 9. Fuga Seriosa -- 10. Divertimento -- 11. Canto Lugubre -- 12. Fuga Comica. With a biographical note.
Contents: Acclamations -- Petite Suite sur un Motet de Gerald Bales, Op. 41 -- Quatre Pelerinages en Lorraine, Op. 30 -- Fantasy and Fugue on the Genevan Psalm 47, Op. 62.
A sonata in three movements for violin and viola. With a biographical note in French and English. Dedicated to Christiane Lampron and Nadia Francavilla. Of advanced difficulty.