Matthew Middleton

Organist / Conductor

Recordings

Below are examples of my work as a choral conductor, choral accompanist, concert organist, improviser, and composer.

Choral Conductor

Charles Wood: Hail, gladdening light
Indiana University, Bloomington. Sung live in concert, January, 2012.

JS Bach: Cantata 140
Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis. Sung live in worship, December 7, 2014.
Choir of Men and Choristers, directed by Matthew Middleton
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme

Leo Sowerby: I was glad (Psalm 122)
Indiana University Choralfest. 2011
Matthew Middleton, director
Stephen Price, organist

Choral Accompanist

Herbert Brewer’s Magnificat in D
Sung by the choir of Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, at Norwich Cathedral.
Michael Messina, director. Matthew Middleton, organist.
Recorded live at evensong in August 2012.


Eventide (Abide with me)
Reharmonization and descant by Jeffrey Smith.

Concert Organist

Julius Reubke, Sonata on the 94th Psalm, Fugue
Recorded live in concert at Princeton University, June 2013

Improviser

Resignation, an improvised choral accompaniment, live in concert at St. Meinrad Archabbey, Indiana, January 2011.

Pange lingua: In memoriam Bela Bartok, live in concert at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, February 2014.

Composer

Ave, Regina caelorum (Hail, Queen of heaven) by Matthew Middleton
Sung by the choir and choristers of Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis.