After Noon Concerts at Princeton University Chapel
James Roman, organist
Co-winner of the Joan Lippincott Competition for Excellence in Organ Performance
Rhythmic Suite Robert Elmore I. Rhythmns (1913-1985) II. Pavane
Saturnus Bent Lorentzen from The Planets (b.1935)
Chaconne in F Minor Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706)
Kirken den er et gammelt hus Ludvig Nielsen from Orgelkoraler, heft II, Op. 5 (1906-2001)
Carillon Marcel Dupré from Sept Pieces, Op. 27 (1886-1971)
James Roman is a junior at Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey where he is a double major in Organ Performance and Sacred Music. Previously a student of Ken Cowan, he now studies with renowned organist Alan Morrison. He lives in Moorestown, New Jersey and is currently organist at Grace Episcopal Church in Pemberton, New Jersey. He began studying the organ in 2005 under the instruction of the First Presbyterian Church of Moorestown's music director, Joel Krott. During that time he participated in the 2006 and 2009 FPC choir tours of Denmark. Recently he has performed with the Westminster Symphonic Choir at the Kimmel Center and Carnegie Hall singing Verdi's Requiem and Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.
(Unfortunately, you can't hear the Gallery Trumpet at the end of Rhythmns and Carillon, but it's there somewhere! It is mounted on the other end of the nave so it was too far away for the camera microphone to pick up.)
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this colour palette blew my mind.
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