Leighton Orchestral Works Volume 1


John plays with the BBC National Orchestra, Wales, under the direction of Richard Hickox, performing the Converto for Organ, Strings, Orchestra and Timpani by Kenneth Leighton.

John Scott Plays Liszt


John plays the Fantasia and Fugue on Ad nos, ad salutarem undam of Franz Liszt, known more broadly for his virtuoso piano compositions, on the organ of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

Marcel Dupré Organ Music


Played at the organ at the Cathedrla of St Paul’s, London. Works include the Prelude and Fugues in B Major and G Minor, the Esquisse in C major, E minor, and B flat Major, Te Terminum Op.38 No.6.

Favourite Organ Works


Some of John’s favorite compositions for the “king of instruments”. Featured works include Camille Saint Saens’ Fantasie in E-flat and Robert Schumann’s Canon in B minor Op.56.

Mendelssohn – Music for Organ


Organ works by the great Felix Mendelssohn played at the organ at the Cathedral of St. Paul’s, London. Repertoire includes the Organ Sonata No.5 in Major Op.65 No.5 and Allegro in B flat major.

Organ Music of William Mathias


This album of organ works by the prolific Welsh composer, famous for his choral and orchestral works, includes Fanfare, Processional, Invocations Op.35, and Recessional Op.96 No.4.

Marcel Dupré – Organ Music 2


This collection of organ music by Marcel Dupré, the great French organist, composer, and pedagogue, features the Symphonie-Passion Op. 23, Cortège et Litanie Op. 19 No. 2, and Deuxième Symphonie Op. 26.

Percy Whitlock


The Organ Sonata in C minor, Five Short Pieces, and Fantasie Choral No.1 in D flat major by Percy Whitlock (born Chatham Kent), student of Vaughn Williams at London’s Royal College of Music.

On a Sunday Afternoon, Volume 7

On a Sunday Afternoon

Featured works include Wagner’s Overture from Die Meistersinger von Nuremberg, Jonathan Harvey’s Toccata for Organ and Tape, and Louis Vierne’s Carillon de Westminster.

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John Scott (1956-2015)