PHI CD 133: British Concert Organists of the 1920s.
Perform works by Widor & British Composers. Recorded 1926-1931
As with PHI CD131 this CD features some of the best known British organists of their day. This CD features organists known as concert performers. Notes by the music critic, Felix Aprahamian.
Charles Marie Widor: (1844 - 1937) Marche Pontificale. Herbert Dawson, Kingsway Hall, London.
Organ Symphony No. 5: (Three of the five movements).
Allegro Vivace. G.D.Cunningham, St. Margaret's Westminster. Andante Cantabile. Harold Darke, St. Michael's Cornhill. Toccata. Reginald Goss-Custard, Kingsway Hall, London. Organ Symphony No. 6, 1st movement: Allegro Moderato.
Harry Goss-Custard, Liverpool Cathedral. Organ Symphony No. 8: Finale. G.D.Cunningham, Alexandra Palace
British Composers:
S.S. Wesley:
Holsworthy Church Bells. Thalben - Ball, Alexandra Palace, London.Elgar: Sonata in G: First Movement. G.D.Cunningham, Alexandra Palace.
Wolstenholme: The Question & The Answer R. Goss Custard, Kingsway Hall, London.
Allegretto. G.D.Cunningham, Central Hall, Westminster. Hollins: Spring Song . Intermezzo in D flat R. Goss-Custard, Kingsway Hall.
Ireland: Villanella. R.Goss-Custard, Queen's Hall, London.
Walford Davies: Solemn Melody R.Goss-Custard, Kingsway Hall, London.
Easthope Martin: Evensong Herbert Dawson, Kingsway Hall, London.
Reginald Goss-Custard: Chelsea Fayre Performed by the composer, Kingsway Hall.

Three of the performers:

G.D. Cunningham, Herbert Dawson, Reginald Goss-Custard