Francis Jackson Plays Organ Music From York Minster. Air & Gavotte, for organ. 3. Scherzo for organ in G minor. 4. Tuba Tune for organ. 5. Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue, for organ.
York Minster has one of the UK’s leading cathedral choirs; its mastery of the English choral tradition is one of the cathedral’s crowning glories. It includes adult Songmen, choral scholars and boy and girl choristers. The choristers are aged between 7 and 13 and are all students at the Minster School. He is a well-known organ recitalist and has made a number of acclaimed recordings as a choral director and organist. Assistant Director of Music. Dr Francis Jackson CBE is Organist Emeritus of York Minster, serving as the Minster’s Organist and Master of Music from 1946 to 1982. Download a list of his choral and instrumental works below.
Organ Classics From York Minster. 49 tracks · 7 October 2009. Francis Jackson: Sacred Choral Works. 16 tracks · 16 October 2006. Cathedral Organ Favourites.
The Choir of York Minster. The Choir of York Minster - Sing a New Song to the Lord 08:02. The Choir of York Minster - Domine Ihesu Christe 04:00. The Choir of York Minster - O People of Zion 04:17. The Choir of York Minster - Blow Ye the Trumpet in Zion 09:52. The Choir of York Minster - O Salutaris Hostia 03:20. The Choir of York Minster - Tantum Ergo 04:25. The Choir of York Minster - Benedicite in G 06:52. The Choir of York Minster - Jubilate Deo in G 02:56. The Choir of York Minster - Word Made Flesh 03:05. The Choir of York Minster - Remember for Good, O Father 08:01
Francis Jackson plays the organ at 100 years of age! Francis Jackson Pattin& Your Woodie. Francis Jackson& & than Fairies& 1956. Kyrie in G by Francis Jackson : York Minster 1982. Francis Jackson (b. 1917) : Concerto for Organ, Strings, Timpani and Celesta (1985).
Francis Alan Jackson, CBE (born 2 October 1917) is a British organist and composer. He was the organist and director of music at York Minster for 36 years. He was appointed organist and director of music at York Minster in 1946 and held these positions until his retirement in 1982. Francis Jackson in conversation with Simon Lindley. Francis Jackson compositions at Banks Music.