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  • Performer: Nicholas Jackson
  • Title: The Organ at Adlington Hall
  • Genre: Classical
  • MP3 album: 1314 mb
  • FLAC album: 1500 mb
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Nicholas Jackson - The Organ at Adlington Hall album FLAC

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One of Adlington Hall's most interesting and historic possessions is the organ in the Great Hall, standing in the balcony supported at each end by the two original oak trees, their roots still in the ground. It is one of the finest examples of a large seventeenth century organ in Britain as well as being one of the oldest. Being virtually unaltered since it was built, it now re-creates the authentic sounds of its day. The organ was built in about 1670 by Bernard Smith, formerly Schmidt, who was, like Handel, a native of Halle. Whether or not Handel himself stayed at Adlington during the lifetime of Elizabeth Legh is not certain, for she died aged forty and unmarried in 1734 and is buried in Westminster Abbey. That he was a guest at Adlington in 1741-1742 is virtually certain, either on his way to Dublin for the Messiah or on his return. At this date Charles Legh had succeeded his Father, and became a firm friend of Handel.

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Nicholas Jackson made his debut as a harpsichordist in 1964 at the Wigmore Hall playing 4 Harpsichord Concertos by Bach with his own Chamber Orchestra The Concertante of London, which made 2-LP records for RCA. and often performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall as well as making annual concert tours of Spain.

Nicholas Jackson Organ, Maurice Murphy Trumpet, Rod Franks Trumpet. Naxos featured album.

Adlington Hall (Adlington, England), Organs, History. George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Legh family.

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A1 Anon. 1350: Danse "Stantipes"; Anon. 1500: "LaMi Re"
A2 Bull: "Salve Regina"; Bull: Carol "A Child is Born"
A3 Clarke: Trumpet Tune in D; Croft: Trumpet Tune in D; Clarke: "King of Denmark's March"
A4 Purcell: Voluntary in G; Purcell: Voluntary on "Old Hundredth"
A5 Walond: Cornet Voluntary
B1 Sweelinck: 6 Variations on "My young life has an end"
B2 Clerambault: Suite du 2eme Ton


  • Sleeve Notes – Cecil Clutton, Noel Mander


Part of the "Historic Organs of Europe" series.

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