Trumpet Voluntary in D Major - J. Clarke (arr. C. Curley). B4. Scherzando - Gabriel Pierne (arr.
Curley’s basic approach to performing, while very much his own, paid homage primarily to that of Virgil Fox, aiming to make classical organ music popular to a wider audience, often including pieces from other classical genres arranged and transcribed by himself. Carlo Curley Plays The Allen Digital Computer Organ At Alexandra Palace, London (LP, Album).
Carlo James Curley (August 24, 1952 – August 11, 2012) was an American classical concert organist who lived much of his later life in Great Britain. Curley was born into a musical family in Monroe, North Carolina, USA, and attended the North Carolina School of the Arts and by the age of 15 was organist at a large Baptist church in Atlanta, Georgia. He subsequently studied with Virgil Fox, Robert Elmore, George Thalben-Ball and Arthur Poister
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Carlo Curley Plays Bach - BWV 542, BWV 646, BWV 530, BWV 594, BWV 681, BWV 543, Cantata N. 2, Allen Organ Orgel Orgue, Alexandra Palace London, 1978, Rediffusion Royale ROY 2016. Taken on March 16, 2011.
Curley was well known for appearances on BBC TV and radio, including organ spectaculars from Cathedrals in Guildford, Gloucester and Norwich. He was the first classical organist to give a solo recital at the White House, invited by US President Jimmy Carter. In an interview with Radio 2 last year, he talked about his mission to popularise the classics and relived a concert in London's Alexandra Palace that saw him drive down the centre of the hall in a Cadillac
|A1||Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (B.W.V. 565) - J.S. Bach||9:15|
|A2||Fantasia in F Minor ('Ein Orgelstuck fur eine Uhr') K. 608 - W.A. Mozart||11:22|
|B1||Toccata from Symphony No. 5 - Charles-Marie Widor||4:50|
|B2||Fugue a' la Gigue (B.W.V. 577) - J.S. Bach||2:54|
|B3||Trumpet Voluntary in D Major - J. Clarke (arr. C. Curley)||2:39|
|B4||Scherzando - Gabriel Pierne (arr. C. Curley)||3:57|
|B5||Finale (Vivace) from Symphony No. 6 - Charles-Marie Widor||5:57|