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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

O.H.S. in Iowa (Part 1)

…performances on historic American instruments recorded during the 1986 Organ Historical Society conclave.

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Music played in the program

SAMUEL de LANGE: Sonata –William Kuhlman (1891 Schuelke/St. Boniface RCC, New Vienna, IA)

JOHN KNOWLES PAINE: Prelude in b, Opus 19. MARCEL DUPRÉ: Fileuse, from Suite Bretonne, Opus 21 –William Ness (1886 Moline/St. John Lutheran Church, Dubuque, IA)

CÉSAR FRANCK: Pieces in F, from L’Organiste. JOHANNES BRAHMS: Chorale-Prelude, Schmucke dich, O liebe Seele. HYMN: Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness –Carole Hawkinson (1883 Moline/St. Mary's Church, Davenport, IA)

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Le Tombeau de Titelouse, Op 38, selections –George Bozeman (1912 Pilcher’s SonslTrinity Episcopal, Iowa City, IA)

FRANZ LISZT: Adagio –John Seboldt (1868 King/St. Joseph's Church, Rickardsville, IA)

LOUIS VIERNE: Impromptu, from Fantasy Pieces, Opus 54. MARCEL DUPRÉ: Bercuese, from Suite Bretonne, Opus 21. HANS de VRIES: Postlude Number 1. HYMN: The day Thou gavest –William Kuhlman 1891 Schuelke/St. Boniface, New Vienna, IA)

Guest commentator is O.H.S. executive director William van Pelt.


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