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Hush, little child

The choirs of Southwell Minster, directed by Paul Provost, with Simon Hogan, organ.

Heritage Records.

‘It is good to welcome a compilation to the Christmas catalogue that offers something different to the usual Christmas fare. Running for a generous and enjoyable 70 minutes the disc can be warmly recommended.’  [MusicWeb International]

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Sing we of that Mother blest

Southwell Minster Girls' Choir & Lay Clerks, directed by Simon Hogan, with Edward Turner, organ. 

Regent Records.

'finely wrought and beautifully sung... Here is a clean pure girls’ sound... Excellent recordings such as this can only help to put Southwell Minster on the map.’  [Church Music Quarterly]

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Take the Psalm

The choir of Southwell Minster, directed by Paul Hale, with Simon Hogan, organ.

Priory Records.

"Here is evidence of careful and imaginative programme planning... The Elgar pieces are splendid vehicles with which to demonstrate the fine ensemble of this choir... Hogan's accompaniments are exemplary."  [Organists' Review]

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Great European Organs no 97

Simon Hogan, organ.

Priory Records.

"Simon Hogan has put together an interesting and thought provoking programme here. The programme is a big ask for both player and instrument and both acquit themselves admirably. Simon Hogan is a fine player and the considerable technical demands of this recital are met with aplomb. An excellent recording- there is great clarity but also a natural warmth to the sound."  [Organists Review]

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Messe Solennelle

The choir of Southwell Minster, directed by Paul Hale, with Simon Hogan & Hilary Punnett, organ.

Regent Records.

'Why would Southwell Minster choir travel to Normandy to record the double organ masses of Vierne and Langlais? The answer becomes plain in the first bar. Sées Cathedral has two fine Cavaillé-Coll organs enhanced by a rich acoustic. Add to that crisp, vibrant singing from the choir under Paul Hale and commanding organ playing by Simon Hogan and Hilary Punnett and the result is extraordinary.' [Yorkshire Post]

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Personent Hodie

The Choir of Ealing Abbey, directed by Christopher Eastwood, with Simon Hogan, organ.

Herald Records.

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Sing joyfully

The Hogan Ensemble, directed by Simon Hogan, with Tom Little, organ.

Convivium Records.

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