ATMA Classique is pleased to present the label debut of Canadian organist Matthew Larkin. Recorded on the Opus 550 Casavant Organ at St. Paul Anglican Church in Toronto, this two-album organ recital showcases the remarkable scope and beauty of one of North America's signature pipe organs. Larkin's recital offers a vast range of periods and styles, including music by composers ranging from Bach to Keith Jarrett, along with works by Canadians Healey Willan, Ernest Macmillan, and Andrew Ager. "In selecting repertoire, my aim was to feature not only the majestic power of the instrument, but it's ability to speak to the whole range of human emotions," says Larkin.
ATMA Classique is pleased to present the label debut of Canadian organist Matthew Larkin. Recorded on the Opus 550 Casavant Organ at St. Paul Anglican Church in Toronto, this two-album organ recital showcases the remarkable scope and beauty of one of North America's signature pipe organs. Larkin's recital offers a vast range of periods and styles, including music by composers ranging from Bach to Keith Jarrett, along with works by Canadians Healey Willan, Ernest Macmillan, and Andrew Ager. "In selecting repertoire, my aim was to feature not only the majestic power of the instrument, but it's ability to speak to the whole range of human emotions," says Larkin.
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ATMA Classique is pleased to present the label debut of Canadian organist Matthew Larkin. Recorded on the Opus 550 Casavant Organ at St. Paul Anglican Church in Toronto, this two-album organ recital showcases the remarkable scope and beauty of one of North America's signature pipe organs. Larkin's recital offers a vast range of periods and styles, including music by composers ranging from Bach to Keith Jarrett, along with works by Canadians Healey Willan, Ernest Macmillan, and Andrew Ager. "In selecting repertoire, my aim was to feature not only the majestic power of the instrument, but it's ability to speak to the whole range of human emotions," says Larkin.