Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments
1929 Skinner organ at Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
2005 Glatter-Götz, Rosales organ at Augustana Lutheran, West Saint Paul, Minnesota
2001 Ruffatti organ at the Epiphany RCC, Miami, Florida
1997 Schoenstein organ at St. Paul “K” Street, Washington DC
2006 Holtkamp organ at Boe Memorial Chapel, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota
1981 Visser-Rowland organ at Bates Recital Hall, University of Texas, Austin, Texas
…youthful performers, filled with enthusiasm, carry the King of Instruments with them into the 21st Century.
Filler –TOURNEMIRE (see above)
Joseph Ripka took a trifecta of first prizes in 2008, winning the San Marino-Elfman, the Fort Wayne, and the Dublin International Competitions.
David Baskeyfield was winner in 2010 of the Mader Competition in Los Angeles, the Miami International Organ Competition, and the American Guild of Organist’s National Competition in Organ Improvisation in Washington, DC. In addition, in 2011 he won both First Prize and the Audience Prize at the St. Alban’s Competition in England.
LOUIS VIERNE: Scherzo, from Symphony Number 2, Opus 20. J.S. BACH: Passacaglia & Fugue in c, BWV 582 –Christopher Houlihan (1978 Sipe/Center for Faith and Life, Luther College, Decorah, IA) Pipedreams Archive recorded October 9, 2011
MAX REGER: Fantasy on B-A-C-H, Opus 46. ALVEZ BARKOSKIE IV: Pedals, Pipes and Percussion  –Jeffrey Otto, percussion; Glenn Hunter (1981 Visser-Rowland/Bates Recital Hall, University of Texas, Austin, TX) Pipedreams Archive recorded February 13 & April 19, 2011
CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Finale, from Symphonie Romane, Number 10, Opus 73 –JungJin Kim, organ (1981 Visser-Rowland/Bates Recital Hall, University of Texas, Austin, TX) Pipedreams Archive recorded February 13 & April 19, 2011
Filler –BACH (see above)
Additional performances are available for streaming. These three works come from a recording provided by the organ studio at University of Texas in Austin and were performed on the 1981 Visser-Rowland organ in Bates Recital Hall on the UT campus. All of these performers studied with Judith and the late Gerre Hancock.