[Jonathan Kingston] Music Tutorial Series – Chanson De Matin by Edward Elgar
In this edition of the series, we bring you Chanson De Matin by Edward Elgar in an arrangement for organ by Herbert Brewer. Originally written for piano and violin the arrangement for organ is particularly effective with the melody contrasting well against a quiet accompaniment. An effective presentation of this piece is all about sensitive registration and excellent control of the dynamics using the swell box.
Jonathan plays this on our Envoy 35-F .We hope that you find this piece a worthwhile addition to your library and enjoy the tips that Jonathan provides for it’s performance.
If you would like to watch the video tutorial right now – here it is:
More About Jonathan Kingston’s Musical Background
Jonathan studied the organ with Professor Ian Tracey and Ian Wells of Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, home to one of the largest pipe organs in the world. He was appointed Organ Scholar, and subsequently Sub-Organist to Bradford Cathedral before securing positions as Assistant Director and Director of Music at two leading independent schools. He is currently Associate Director of Music at the Ordinariate Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Piccadilly.
Jonathan’s Work With Viscount
I am pleased to have Jonathan working with us – he covers several areas from sales, demonstrations, voicing of instruments and performing. His playing features on the current promotional DVD material for Viscount, and he would be very pleased to hear from any churches or individuals requiring an engaging and lively recitalist. If you would like to connect with Jonathan directly, please feel free to follow him on Twitter (@jonkingston) or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About the Organ Being Played In This Tutorial
Jonathan plays this piece on our very own Envoy 35-F This is a 35 speaking stop 2 manual instrument. It is based on the very successful physical modelling ‘Physis’ sound technology used in all Envoy and Regent instruments. This particular instrument has 35 stops in a real wood veneer cabinet. It has a internal library of over 500 alternative voice samples allowing the user to create totally individual voice pallets from classic English through Baroque and Romantic. For more information have a look at its specifications here.
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