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Et Resurrexit, Op. 49: 16. This three-album set also includes all of his collaborative works for the instrument as well as Leighton’s only work for solo harpsichord. Joining Farr in collaborative works for this comprehensive survey are John Butt (organ), Chloë Hanslip (violin) and Nicky Spence (tenor). Completing the set is Leighton's only solo work for harpsichord, which here receives its first recording. This is a major achievement.
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|A1||Et Resurrexit Op.49
Composed By – Kenneth Leighton
|B1||Fanfare For Organ
Composed By – John Cook
Composed By – Robert Cundick
|B3||Homage To Perotin
Composed By – Myron Roberts
- Organ – Robert Munns
- Sleeve Notes – Felix Aprahamian