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Bryan G. Rowe: LIVE!

by Bryan G. Rowe

Monumental and virtuoso organ works of Bach, Pachelbel, Karg-Elert, Franck, Durufle and Rowe performed live on organs in the United States and England.
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1. Prelude in E-Flat Major, BWV 552
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2. Trumpet Voluntary in C
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3. Allegro con spirito, 'Suite for Organ'
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4. Jesu, Meine Freude, from Three Symphonic Chorales, Opus 87/2
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5. Ciacona in f
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6. O Spirit, inflame our hearts to love
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7. Choral in E, No. 1, from 'Three Chorales'
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8. Toccata, from 'Suite for Organ,' Opus 5
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Dr. Bryan G. Rowe is a Baltimore native. He began his piano study at age five and composed his first composition at age six. Bryan received a scholarship to study organ at The Peabody Conservatory Preparatory School while in secondary school. He graduated from Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania where he studied with the late Dr. Pierce A. Getz for whom the CD is dedicated, Johns Hopkins University, and most recently from The Graduate Theological Foundation with a doctorate in Sacred Music. His experience in that program led him to studies abroad at Salisbury Cathedral in England as well as Oxford University.

Bryan has performed nationally and internationally as a pianist, organist, and choral conductor. His international performances include a tour of Europe which included a solo organ recital at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London (featured on his soon to be released CD, Bryan G. Rowe LIVE!) and his national performances have included five recitals at Washington’s National Cathedral, Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, and numerous concerts in Memphis, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

Bryan is a prolific recording artist. This retrospective compilation of live organ performances features monumental and virtuoso works of Bach, Durufle, Franck, and Karg-Elert as well as several of the Rowe’s original compositions.


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Classical Album by an Organ Virtuoso
“LIVE!” is a classical album comprised of eight live performances from organ virtuoso Brian G. Rowe. Rowe draws from his classical predecessors – Bach, Pachelbel, Duruflé, Franck, and Karg-Elert – as well as original compositions for this album, drawing from a number of Rowe’s solo organ recitals from around the U.S. and England. The songs are true to the classical form, pay homage to Rowe’s influences, and achieve a timeless quality. Each song is well-performed, evoking the driving, haunting sound of the organ and turning it into something beautiful. “LIVE!” is, of course, a collection of live recordings - Bach in one take - and it sounds great as it creates the feeling that you’re inside a cathedral staring up at beautifully crafted stained glass windows. “Prelude in E-Flat Major, BWV 552” and “Jesu, Meine Freude, from Three Symphonic Chorales, Opus 87/2” are both Bach-originated organ pieces that Rowe brings beautifully back to life. “Ciacona in f” is a Pachelbel original and a great arrangement where you hang on to each individual note. With “LIVE!,” Brian G. Rowe shows his prowess as a classical organist and beautifully pays homage to his predecessors. Classical music aficionados and other organ enthusiasts, pick up this album.