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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

[2007 Schoenstein organ at Laura Turner Concert Hall at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, Tennessee][decorative stamp]
2007 Schoenstein organ at Laura Turner Concert Hall at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, Tennessee

[2000 Dobson organ at St. Joseph Abbey, Saint Benedict, Louisiana][decorative stamp]
2000 Dobson organ at St. Joseph Abbey, Saint Benedict, Louisiana

[1977 Klais organ at Ingolstadt Cathedral, Germany][decorative stamp]
1977 Klais organ at Ingolstadt Cathedral, Germany

[1754 Dom Bedos; 1985 Quoirin organ at Eglise Sainte-Croix, Bordeaux, France][decorative stamp]
1754 Dom Bedos; 1985 Quoirin organ at Eglise Sainte-Croix, Bordeaux, France

Organ Plus

…the King of Instruments speaks clearly, whether in consort with a single additional instrument, or roaring in chorus with a full symphony orchestra.

Audio 0912 Complete Show 1 hr 58 min

Audio 0912 Hour 1 59:00
Audio 0912 Hour 2 59:00

Program Broadcast dates:

  • Week of March 23, 2009

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

J.S. BACH (arranged by Leopold Stokowski): Toccata & Fugue in d, S. 565. MAURICE DURUFLÉ: Prelude & Fugue on the Name ALAIN, Opus 7. SAMUEL BARBER: Toccata Festiva, Opus 36 –Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, conductor; Andrew Risinger (2007 Schoenstein/Laura Turner Concert Hall, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, TN) Pipedreams Archive recorded September 9, 2007

GIOVANNI VIVIANI: Sonata Number 2 –Thomas Freas, clarion; Timothy Lewis (1995 C.B. Fisk/Abby Chapel, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA) Champignon International CD-101

JIMMY van HEUSEN: Here’s that rainy dayBoston Brass; J. Melvin Butler (1965 Flentrop/Episcopal Cathedral of St. Mark, Seattle, WA) Loft LRCD-1022

Filler –VIVIANI: (see above)

Hour 2

G.F. HANDEL: Act 2 Symphony, from SaulConcerto Köln, René Jacobs, conductor; Massimiliano Toni (box organ, unidentified) Harmonia Mundi CD-901877/8

JEAN-FRANÇOIS TAPRAY: Organ Concerto Number 1 –Baroque Ensemble of Nice, Gilbert Bezzina, conductor; Dominique Ferran (1754 Dom Bedos; 1985 Quoirin/Abbatiale Sainte-Croix, Bordeaux, France) K617 K.617079

JOHANN CASPAR FERDINAND FISCHER: Chaconne –Gustav Leonhardt (1754 Dom Bedos; 1985 Quoirin/Abbatiale Sainte-Croix, Bordeaux, France) Alpha 017

DANIEL PINKHAM: The Salutation of Gabriel, for horn and organ –Alberto Suarez, horn; Abbey Hallberg Siegfried (1969 Noack/Trinity Lutheran, Worcester, MA) Arsis CD-143

JUDITH VANDER: War Dance, from Powwow Suite –Anne Chabreck, flute; Marijim Thoene (2000 Dobson/St. Joseph Abbey, Saint Benedict, LA) Raven OAR-910

PAUL WINTER: Night into Dawn. ARLIE NESKAHI: Dance of All BeingsWhite Eagle Singers; Paul Winter Consort; Paul Halley (1954 Aeolian-Skinner; 2008 Quimby/Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York, NY) Living Music LMUS0028

JOHANN LUDWIG KREBS: Fantasia in f –Hansjörg Schellenberger, oboe; Hedwig Bilgram (1990 Rieger/Pfarre St. Gilgen, Austria) Denon 75081

ALEXANDRE GUILMANT: Allegro in F for Organ and Orchestra, Opus 81 –Leipzig Symphony Orchestra, Olaf Koch, conductor; Franz Hauk (1977 Klais/Ingolstadt Münster, Germany) Guild GMCD 7215

Filler –TAPRAY: (see above)