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The Binns organ in the Albert Hall, Nottingham, UK

2011 Recordings

David Butterworth

Recorded at a recital on 7th August 2011.

Paul Hale

Recorded at a recital on 1st May 2011.

Robert Pascall

Jacques Andre François D’Agincour (1684-1758)

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
From the Chorale-Preludes, op. 122

Recorded on 3rd July 2011.

Previous recordings

The following sound files will demonstrate different aspects of the sound of the Binns organ in the Albert Hall, Nottingham. They were recorded live during the series of recitals. They are available in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis formats. Ogg Vorbis is a new format that is entirely free and unpatented, and offers higher sound quality.

  • Gigue fugue in G - J S Bach
    played by David Butterworth
    OGG (3.5Mb) | MP3 (3.0Mb)
  • Fantasia and Fugue in D - Max Reger
    played by David Butterworth
    OGG (8.7Mb) | MP3 (7.7Mb)
  • Alman (from the Fitzwilliam Virginal book) - German anon.
    played by David Butterworth
    OGG (1.8Mb) | MP3 (1.8Mb)
  • Fugue in G minor - Marcel Dupré
    played by David Butterworth
    OGG (3.2Mb) | MP3 (3.0Mb)
  • Sonata on the 94th Psalm - Julius Reubke
    played by David Butterworth
    OGG (22.3Mb) | MP3 (21.6Mb)
  • Verset in F, Grand Choeur in D - Alexandre Guilmant
    played by David Butterworth
    OGG (8.6Mb) | MP3 (7.9Mb)
  • Carillon de Westminster - Louis Vierne
    played by Adrian Partington
    OGG (6.7Mb) | MP3 (5.9Mb)
Playing Ogg Vorbis files

Under Windows, Ogg Vorbis files will play on Winamp and Zinf players. They will also play on Windows Media Player, Real Player, and many other players using plug-ins that you can find using the Ogg Vorbis Windows setup page.

Under Mac OS X, Ogg Vorbis files will play on iTunes and other QuickTime players using the plug-in that you can find using the Ogg Vorbis Mac OS X setup page.

Under Linux, Ogg Vorbis files will play on nearly all players.