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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

On the Move Again

Revisiting with Alan Laufman of the Organ Clearing House and talking about the preservation and relocation of historic American instruments.

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Music played in the program

JOHANNES BRAHMS: Prelude & Fugue in g –Marian Ruhl Metson (1875 Hutchings-Plaisted/Immaculate Conception RCC, Newburyport, MA)

THOMAS AUGUSTINE ARNE: Flute Solo –Marilyn Stulken (1905 Kilgen/Sacred Heart RCC, Amesbury, MA)

DAVID N. JOHNSON: Trumpet Tune. CHARLES WOOD: Andante, In Memory of Hubert Parry –Daryl Dolfe (1896 Hook & Hastings/Unitarian-Universalist Church, Haverhill, MA)

WILBUR HELD: Duke Street. DONALD BUSAROW: Battle Hymn. CHARLES W. ORE: The Church’s One Foundation –Christopher Nelson (1894 Kilgen/St. John the Evangelist Episcopal, Chico, CA)

JOHN WEST: Festal Song –Joyce Painter Rice (1894 Hook & Hastings; 1987 Hawkes/Trinity Congregational, Gloucester, MA)

ARTHUR FOOTE: Pastorale, Opus 29, number 3. GEORGE WHITEFIELD CHADWICK: March, from 10 Progressive Pedal Studies. HYMN: Rejoice, the Lord is King –Rosalind Mohnsen (1885 Adams/St. Anne RCC, Salem, MA)

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS: Prelude & Fugue in E-flat, Opus 99, number 3 (1871 Hook/St. Alphonsus RCC, New York, NY)

JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Organ Sonata Number 3 in G, Opus 88, Pastorale –Bruce Stevens (1871 E. & G.G. Hook/St. Mary RCC, New Haven, CT) Raven OAR-140

Recordings were drawn from the archives of the Organ Historical Society. Find more information concerning the activities of the Organ Clearing House.


This program was originally issued as #9046 in November 1990.

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