Big John Patton - Latona, from the album 'Let 'Em Roll' (Blue Note, 1965).
Peter Latona (Organ at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington). Catalogue No: OAR560. Peter Latona (Organ at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington). Langlais: Huit Pièces Modales: Mode in D. Langlais: Huit Pièces Modales: Mode in A. Buxtehude: Praeambulum in F sharp minor, BuxWv 146.
Performer: Peter Latona. 2. Pastorale (Andante quasi Allegretto). 3. Final (Allegro assai). Modal Pieces (8), for organ. 4. Mode de re. Peter Latona. 5. Mode de la. 6. Fanfare for organ.
Peter Latona (b. 1968) is the Director of Music for the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (Washington, . the pre-eminent Marian shrine of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States. Recognized as a conductor, composer, organist, improviser, and teacher, he is dedicated to providing the highest standard in sacred music within the context of the Roman Catholic Liturgy
Peter Latona of the National Shrine will be performing at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Altoona, PA, November 18th at 3:00 . on a new custom Estey, Viscount Hybrid Pipe Organ. Dr. Peter Latona to Open New Viscount Hybrid Magnum Opus in PA. 806 11th Street Altoona, PA 16602.
Pipe organ CDs played by organists in America and Europe. About 85 CDs of classical pipe organ music.
Latona: In classical myth. the Roman name of the Greek goddess Leto, mother by Jupiter of Apollo and Diana. See Leto The chant pilgrimage at the National Shrine concluded with a Votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary, extraordinary form, with Gregorian ordinary and propers, including organ by David Lang and the Shrine choir directed by Peter Latona singing Palestrina and Byrd. Chant Pilgrimage report.
Built for the convent of Les Jacobins in Toulouse in 1683, it was rebuilt and restored by various builders until its complete restoration in 1983. It can now be seen and heard at the church of St Pierre des Chartreux in Toulouse. See the full gallery: The world's most spectacular organs.
|Sonata (Symphony) for organ No. 1 in D minor, Op. 42|
|1||Introduction et Allegro||Peter Latona||10:52|
|2||Pastorale (Andante quasi Allegretto)||Peter Latona||6:26|
|3||Final (Allegro assai)||Peter Latona||7:53|
|Modal Pieces (8), for organ|
|4||Mode de re||Peter Latona||4:44|
|5||Mode de la||Peter Latona||2:15|
|6||Fanfare for organ||Peter Latona||3:06|
|7||Praeludium for organ in F sharp minor, BuxWV 146||Peter Latona||8:13|
|8||Choral prelude for organ ("Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele"), Op. posth. 122/5||Peter Latona||2:38|
|9||Choral prelude for organ ("O Gott, du frommer Gott"), Op. posth. 122/7||Peter Latona||4:58|
|10||Now Thank We All Our God, toccata for organ||Peter Latona||3:38|
|11||Toccata (No.12), for keyboard in A minor, FbWV 112||Peter Latona||4:23|
|12||Fuga for organ in D minor||Peter Latona||3:29|
|13||Sacrae Symphoniae: No. 11: Canzon in echo duodecimi toni for 10 parts||Peter Latona||4:00|
|14||Cortège for organ & brass||Peter Latona||10:16|
Credits:Robert Grogan - Organ
Paul Hardy - Organ
Edward J. Kelly - Engineer
Peter Latona - Organ, Primary Artist, Producer
Geraldine M. Rohling - Liner Notes
Washington Symphonic Brass - Ensemble