Ad Wammes, composer
Compositions: Sounds Phenomenal
Thomas Trotter plays virtuoso organ music
at Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Dan Locklair (b.1949)
1. i …Hallelujah, has been restored (fast and exuberant)
2. ii Silence may be kept (reflective and never hurried)
3. iii … and thanksgiving may follow ( quick and dance-like)
4. iv The peace may be exchanged (gentle moving and never hurried)
5. v The people respond – Amen! (very fast and energetic)

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Three canons from Op. 56
6 i No.3 in E major
7 ii No.4 in A flat major
8 iii No.5 in B minor

JS Bach (1685-1750)
Prelude & Fugue on BACH
9 i Prelude
10 ii Fugue

Fransz Liszt (1811-1886)
Prelude & Fugue on BACH
11 i Prelude
12 ii Fugue

Ad Wammes (b.1953)
13 Miroir

Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911)
Sonata No. 1 in D minor Op.42
14 i Introduction et Allegro
15 ii Pastorale
16 iii Final

This recording is produced for Symphony Hall
Producer: Martin Cotton
Balance engineer and editor: Tony Wass
Assistant engineer: Niall Gault, Ninth Wave Audio
Executive producer: Paul Keene
Recorded on 19th and 20th July 2004 at Symphony Hall

Title: Sounds Phenomenal
Composer: Locklair/Schumann/JS Bach/Liszt/Wammes/Guilmant
For: Oorgan
Year: 2004
Published by: Symphony Hall