John Collins - Organist, Harpsichordist Iberian Musicologist, Translator

Recital by John Collins of European Organ music at St. Nicholasís Brighton, Sept 23rd 2015

Girolamo Frescobaldi 1583 - 1643 Toccata Settima, Bk 1 1615
Giovani Maria Trabaci ca. 1575-1630 Ricercar Quarto Tono Bk 2 1615
Attrib to Antonio Carreira ca. 1525-97 Canção a 4
Pablo Bruna 1611-79 Tiento de mano derecha de 1 Tono
Domenico Cimarosa 1749-1801 Sonatas 3, 19 and 21 in A
Starling Goodwin 1714-74 Voluntary no. 3 in C (Trumpet), Book one
Carlotta Ferrari 1975- Ricercare e Canzona
John Marsh 1752-1828 Voluntary 16 in C, second set.

John Collins has been organist at St. Georgeís, Worthing, since June 1984. Special interests include the Iberian, Italian and English keyboard repertoires from ca1500-1800 in which areas he gives regular recitals and undertakes research and lectures for the Royal College of Music, Royal Academy of Music and Royal College of Organists. He regularly publishes articles and reviews of scores and CDs for English, American and European Journals, and assists David Patrick of Fitzjohn Music in editing and publishing English 18th century Voluntaries. In addition he translates from Spanish and Portuguese including websites, academic texts and composersí prefaces..

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