Perry: Christos Patterakis
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Don' t be caught out by the title; the piece has no Christian connection but comes from an election poster for the local sheriff. Perry (1906-78) was a self-taught musician from Louisiana, who became a well-known designer and tonal finisher of new organs, whose last work was to supervise the new organ in Washington National Cathedral. Patterakis's name provides the rhythm for the theme of this, one of the only two extant pieces by Roy Perry. It is a pleasant piece - an undemanding item for a voluntary or recital. The piece has been edited by Dr John Henderson and is well produced in spiral binding.
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