Szent László Éneke-Casavant organ @ Calvary Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh

The hymn that I play in this video is a hymn dedicated to St. Ladislaus, king of Hungary from the 11th century. I have only heard it once before during a mass that was celebrated in his remembrance, so I’m not absolutely sure if I got it 100% accurate. However, I do like the way the registration turned out: foundation stops for the prelude/interlude, 8’/4′ trumpets for the I. verse, full principal chorus for the II. and then full crescendo for the last verse. I have to tell you-I had the time of my life playing this wonderful organ. Hope you’ll enjoy it just as much as I did!
Video Rating: 5 / 5