Violin Sonata No. 3 J.S. Bach
LargoOrgan Sonata in E Minor (J.S. Bach)
Un poco allegroFolk Tune (Percy W. Whitlock)
Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun (Claude Debussy)
Polychrome I (Edward Berryman)
Toccata, "Tu es petra" (Henri Mulet)
June Hudson, organFlight of the Bumble-Bee (Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov)
Edward Berryman, synthesizersAdagio for Strings, op. 11 (Samuel Barber)
John Seboldt, organ and synthesizer"Finlandia", Symphonic Poem (Jean Sibelius)
[organ live, synthesizer sequenced with Performer]
"L'Arlésienne", Suite No. 2 (Georges Bizet)
This "console" drove a Synapse patchbay which helped handle an Ensoniq EPS, Yamaha TG77, E-mu Proteus/2 and Vintage Keys, an older Roland synth used mostly for pedal sonorities, and a few other modules I can't remember.
John's performance of the Barber Adagio utilized the organ played "live", with various rich sonorities from the VFX-SD driven by the computer sequencer Performer. A computer sequencer of the sophistication of Performer was required to handle the kind of tempo and meter flexibility required for such a piece. The "click" generated by the sequencer drove headphones to enable me to follow the rubatos I had set up -- the "click" varied between half, quarter, and eighth notes as needed to help me follow.
The "L'Arlésienne" suite featured Dr. Berryman at the organ with additional synthesizer parts by John and June.