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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

[Michael Barone hosting a Pipedreams Live event]
Michael Barone onstage hosting a Pipedreams Live event

Pipedreams Live!

…excerpts from Michael Barone’s public appearances with a collection of talented performers in concert in Tallahassee, New Brunswick and Cincinnati.

Program Broadcast dates:

  • Week of October 15, 2007

Links and Resources:

Interview Audio:

  • Pipedreams Live! at the First Presbyterian Church in Gainsville, Florida. Recorded May 18 th, 2003.

  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone and Budd Udell. Variants for Violin and Organ by Budd Udell, performed by Mark Coffey on the organ and Alvaro Gomez on the violin.
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone and Ruth Lewis. Partita on “Ein’ feste Burg” [1976] by Andrew Clarke, performed by Ruth Lewis on the organ.
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone and James Kohler. Sonata in Baroque Style by Gordon Young, performed by James Kohler on the organ.
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone and Thomas Fay. Theme and Variations by Lee Hoiby and Thomas Fay, performed by Mark Coffey on the organ.
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone and Bertram Kinzey. Two Interludes of Hymn Tunes by Joseph W. Clokey, performed by Bertram Kinzey on the organ
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone. The King of Instruments [1978] by William Albright, performed by Ruth Lewis on the organ and narrated by Ronald Burrichter.
  • Pipedreams Live! at the Christ Church Cathedral in Cincinnati, Ohio. Recorded July 15 th, 2003.

  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone. Lauda Sion by F. Correa de Arauxo, performed by Alison Luedecke on the organ.
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone and James Kosnik. A Solis Ortus by Nicolas de Grigny, performed by James Kosnik on the organ.
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone. Elevation by Baldassare Galuppi, performed by Robert Gallagher on the organ.
  • Introductory remarks by Michael Barone. Joie et Clarté des Corps Glorieux by Olivier Messiaen, performed by Alison Luedecke on the organ.

Music played in the program

LEE COBB: French ToccataLee Cobb, organ

FLORENCE PRICE: Aria, from Suite Number 1 –Miriam Zach, organ

KAREN KEANE: Variations on Nun komm, der Heiden HeilandClay Christiansen (2002 C.B. Fisk/First Presbyterian, Gainesville, FL) Pipedreams Archive recorded May 18, 2003

JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Intermezzo, from Sonata Number 4, Opus 98 –John Plesniarski, organ

WILLIAM ALBRIGHT: Nocturne, from Organbook IIICleve kersh, organ

J.S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in a, S. 543 –Shea Velloso (2001 Richards, Fowkes/Christ Church, New Brunswick, NJ) Pipedreams Archive recorded October 12, 2004

SIGFRID KARG-ELERT: Ave Maria and Lauda Sion, from Cathedral Windows, Opus 106 –Robert Gallagher, organ

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Ave maris stella Versets, Opus 18 –Lynn Trapp, organ

MAURICE DURUFLÉ: Toccata, from Suite, Opus 5 –Mary Beth Bennett (1957 Holtkamp/Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati, OH) Pipedreams Archive recorded July 15, 2003