Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
1964 Möller; 2001 Goulding & Wood organ at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, DC
Tune in and celebrate contributions made to the art of the organ by African-American composers and performers.
THOMAS KERR: Selections from Suite Sebastienne, Theme & Cantus; Frolicking Flutes; Reverie for Strings; Procession of the Gargoyles –Mickey Thomas Terry (1964 Möller; 2001 Goulding & Wood/National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, DC) Pipedreams Archive recording
EUGENE HANCOCK: Sometimes, I feel like a motherless child. WILLIAM B. COOPER: 2 Pieces: Toccatina; Pastorale –Mickey Thomas Terry (1970 Aeolian-Skinner/National Presbyterian, Washington, DC) Pipedreams Archive recording
NOEL DaCOSTA: Generata for Organ and Strings ; Ukom Memory for Organ and Percussion ; Spiritual Set  –Newman Baker & Dill McDaniel, percussion; Lorna McDaniel (1979 Rieger/First Unitarian, Wilmington, DE) Adama LP-001
EUGENE HANCOCK: 5 Spirituals: We are climbing Jacob’s ladder; Swing low, sweet chariot; Go, tell it on the mountain; My Lord, what a morning!; Joshua fought the Battle of Jericho –Robert Scoggin (1958 Möller+Sipe rebuild/Christ UMC, Rochester, MN) Pipedreams PD CD-1002
This program was originally issued as #9507 in February 1995.