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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Oberlin Revisited II

…more performances by students and faculty of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio.

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Audio 1813 Hour 2 59:00 Min

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

GEORG BÖHM: Praeludium in d –Tate Addis (1974 Flentrop/Warner Concert Hall)

J.S. BACH: Meine Seele erhebt den Herren, BWV 648 –Rees Roberts (1984 Bozeman/Peace Community Church)

BACH: Magnificat Fugue, BWV 733 –Albert Bellefeuille (Peace Church)

LOUIS VIERNE: Fugue, fr Organ Symphony No. 1, Op. 14 –Matthew Buller (2001 Fisk/Finney Chapel)

GABRIELE PIERNÉ: Trois Pieces (Prelude- Cantilene-Scherzando) –Dexter Kennedy (Finney Chapel)

Hour 2

BACH: Sinfonia to Cantata No. 35 –Oberlin Baroque Orchestra. JOHN STANLEY: Voluntary No. 8, fr Opus 6. ARTHUR PHILLIPS: Ground. MICHEL CORRETTE: Noël provençal. BACH: Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth, BWV 591. JOHANN ERNST EBERLIN: Toccata nona. MATTHIAS WECKMANN: Toccata in C –Jonathan Moyer (Brombaugh positive/Fairchild Chapel). These performances derive from the dedication of the Brombaugh organ to its new use at Oberlin. It previously was the house organ of former Oberlin faculty member and Conservatory dean David Boe (r. 2/16/16)

FRANÇOIS COUPERIN: Dialogue en trio (Gloria), fr Messe pour les Paroisses –Cory Burris (Warner Concert Hall)

ALEXANDRE GUILMANT: Intermède et Allegro, fr Organ Sonata No. 8, Op. 91 –Mitchell Miller (Finney Chapel)


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