Simon Thomas Jacobs at St. Columba’s Church

Simon Thomas Jacobs at Flentrop Organ at Saint Columba

April 16, 2012 Simon Thomas Jacobs played a recital Flentrop Pipe Organ at Saint Columba’s Church in Washington, DC. The recital consisted of works by Bach, Buxtehude, Purcell, Coxsun, Hindemith and Viitala. Simon is Fellow in Sacred Music at Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis and is a native of Great Britain, where he graduated from Clare College, Cambridge with an honors degree in music in 2009. More information can be found about him on his website: www.simonthomasjacobs.com

Simon allowed a work from his recital to be released on the JAV Blog. First, a piece by an anonymous composer from 16th-century England. It is based on a three-note ostinato motif (a e d) played in half notes and repeated 53 times without a break.

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