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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

American Muse

A delightful demonstration of the diverse flavors of home-grown organ compositions.

Program Broadcast dates:

  • June 10, 1996

Music played in the program

DAVID CHERWIEN: 5 Hymn Interpretations: Holy, holy, holy; He leadeth me; The Lord’s my shepherd; Salvation unto us has come; On Jordan’s banks –North Shore Brass; Lutheran Festival Chorus; David Cherwien (1970 Reuter/Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Minneapolis, MN) Summa CD-1992

GARDNER READ: 4 Preludes on Old Southern Hymns: Mercy, O thou son of David; How happy are the souls; David, the king, was grieved; Once more, my soul –Rochester Singers, SAMUEL ADLER, conductor; Barbara Harbach (1983 C.B. Fisk/Downtown United Presbyterian, Rochester, NY) Gasparo CD-258

PHILIP GLASS: Mad Rush –Donald Joyce (1986 Brombaugh/Collegedale Church of Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN) Catalyst CD-61825

GERRE HANCOCK: Air –Bruce Neswick (1991 Richards, Fowkes/St. Barnabas Episcopal, Greenwich, CT) Raven OAR-240

MOONYEEN ALBRECHT: 4 Psalms for Flute & Organ. GORDON YOUNG: Elegy, from Triptych –Frances Shelly, flute; Steven Egler (1986 Marcussen/Wiedemann Hall, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS) Summit 174

DANIEL PINKHAM: Sonata Number 3 for Organ and Strings –London Symphony Orchestra, James Sedares, conductor; James David Christie (1993 Walker/Abbey Road Studios, London, England, UK) Koch CD-7179

MICHAEL McCABE: 3 Pieces for Ceremony –Chicago Brass Quintet; Paul Vander Weele (1963 Casavant Frères/North Shore Congregation Israel, Glenco, IL) Centaur CD-2221