Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
2008 Bigelow organ, Opus 33, at Saint Paul Lutheran, Davenport, Iowa
2005 Murphy organ at Saint Marks Lutheran Church, Baltimore, Maryland
…selected performances on some recently installed pipe organs in venues around the United States and beyond.
DAN LOCKLAIR: Phoenix Processional. SETH BINGHAM: Sarabande, from Baroques. ALEXANDRE GUILMANT: Final, from Sonata Number 1 in D, Opus 42 –Melanie Sigafoose (2008 Bigelow/St. Paul Lutheran, Davenport, IA) Pipedreams Archive recorded May 15, 2009
FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN (transcribed by William Thomas Best): Polonaise in A, Opus 40, number 1. SIR EDWARD ELGAR (transcribed by Heywood): Salut d’amour, Opus 2 –Thomas Heywood (2008 Pipe Organs W.A./Aikman Hall, Haileybury College, Keysborough, Australia) ConcertOrgan 8174
CONRAD SUSA: March for a Joyous Occasion. BILLY STRAYHORN (arranged by Wyton): Lotus Blossom. CHARLES CALLAHAN: Partita on Hyfrodol –Michael Shake (1983; 2010 Casavant Frères/Highland Park Presbyterian, Dallas, TX) Pipedreams Archive recorded May 2, 2010
HORATIO PARKER: Allegretto, from Sonata in e-flat. EDWIN H. LEMARE (arranger): Irish Air from County Derry. TOM TRENNY: Improvisation Suite on Hyfrydol –Tom Trenny (2005 Murphy/St. Mark Lutheran, Baltimore, MD) Raven OAR-870