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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Organs in the Move

…sharing music and tales of peril with Alan Laufman of the Organ Clearing House, who helps aging orphan instruments find new homes.

Program Broadcast dates:

•February 5, 1990 as Show #9006

•October 9, 1995 as Show #9541

 

Audio 88 Min

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Music played in the program

VIVALDI/BACH: Vivace, from Concerto in a, S. 593. JOHANNES BRAHMS: My heart is ever yearning. CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: March, from Symphony Number 3 –Clark Rice (1859 E. & G.G. Hook; 1982 Andover Organ Company/Holy Trinity Lutheran, North Easton, MA)

CARVALHO: Allegro. MURPHREE: Toccata –James Mosby Bratton (1869 Hook/First Unitarian Parish, Arlington, MA)

CLARENCE EDDY: Praeludium in a. NEWTON PASHLEY: Air in Classic Style –Ronald McKean (1987 Rosales/St. Francis of Assissi Church, Concord, CA)

CHARLES WESLEY: Prelude & Fugue in a. SAMUEL WESLEY: 2 Pieces. J.S. BACH: Prelude & Fugue in E from the Well-tempered Clavier, Book 2 –Peter Williams (1830 Appleton/Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY)

GEORG BÖHM: Variations on Ah, how futile!. LOUIS VIERNE: Communion, from Low Mass. HORATIO PARKER: Triumphal March, Opus 28, number 1 –Timothy Edward Smith (1982 Cooper/Our Lady of Good Voyage Church, Gloucester, MA)

SETH BINGHAM: Hymn-prelude, We would see JesusGeorge Bozeman (1889 Felgemaker, rebuilt & enlarged by Steuart Goodwin/Holy Cross Church, Santa Cruz, CA)

 

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