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It is good to see a disc devoted to the organ music of Welsh composer Huw Morgan championed by David Pipe. There is great variety in the pieces presented, all illustrating the kind of ingenuity of organ writing that only comes from an organist-composer. I cannot sum this up better than the words of Michael Bonaventure in the detailed sleeve notes: ‘Adventurous, engaging and imaginative, at times provocative, yet always accessible and eminently practical.’ Pipe creates some extraordinary effects from the fine Bridlington Priory organ, brilliantly drawing all the poetry and drama out of Morgan’s excellent compositions.

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