Concert organist Paul Rosoman performs in venues all over the world. Here in Wellington, the acoustics of St Mary of the Angels and the power and versatility of its Maxwell Fernie organ make this the perfect venue for his collaboration with Monarch Brass Collective – eight of New Zealand’s best brass and percussion players.

In 1916, writing home from the Great War, French organist Charles-Marie Widor recorded, “A piece of shrapnel fell on my table as I was writing my Salvum Fac.” Inspired by the perpetual link between music and war, Rosoman performs Widor’s magnificent work in the company of Bach, Vierne, Brahms and others. An evocative reflection on conflict and peace through music – whether as a call to war or a lament for the fallen.

Trad. Last Post
Schubert (arr. David Dobson) Eine Kleine Trauermusik 
CV Stanford Organ Sonata no. 2 in G minor, op. 151 “Eroica”
C-M Widor Salvum Fac Populum Tuum, op. 84 
JC Kerll  (arr. David Bremner) Batalla Imperial
G Gabrieli Exultavit Cor Meum in Domino, C. 53 
Brahms Geistliches Lied, op. 30 
Mendelssohn Organ Sonata in C Minor, op. 65
JS Bach (arr. David Dobson) Aus Tiefer Not Schrei Ich zu Dir, BWV 686
L Vierne Marche triomphale pour le centenaire de Napoléon I 

(The Artists reserve the right to make changes to the programme.)

Tuesday 13 Mar

GA (seated)

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St Mary of the Angels

1hr 15mins (no interval)

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