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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

A Sense of History

Whether built for a mansion or a rural parish church, these century-old instruments have stories to tell.

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Music played in the program

GIOVANNI VIVIANI: Trumpet Sonata in C. GIOVANNI GABRIELI: Canzona, La Spiritata. TOMASO ALBINONI: Trumpet Sonata in C. BERNARDO PASQUINI: Aria della Folia da Espagna –Albert Moore, trumpet; Charles Echols (1857 Hook/Crypt Chapel, Saint Mary’s Cathedral, Saint Cloud, MN)

ALEXANDRE GUILMANT (arranged by Echols): Grand Triumphal Chorus –Saint Cloud State University Trumpet Ensemble; Charles Echols (1982 Marrin/Cathedral of St. Mary, Saint Cloud, MN)

FREDERICK N. SHACKLEY: Gavotte Pastorale. JAMES HOPKINS: Siciliana. ROEDER: Gavotte in E-flat –Earl Miller (1890 Hutchings/James J. Hill Mansion, Saint Paul, MN) AFKA Cassette SK-326

FELIX MENDELSSOHN: Prelude in G, Opus 37, number 2. ARTHUR FOOTE: Canzonetta. HORATIO PARKER: A Joyous March. TRADITIONAL: Hymn, Come, ye thankful people, comePhilip Brunelle (1916 Kilgen/Plymouth Covenant Church, Plymouth, MN)

J.S. BACH: Chorale-prelude, Erbarm’ dich mein, S. 721. CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Pastorale, from Organ Symphony Number 2. JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Fantasy & Finale, from Sonata Number 10 in b, Opus 146 –John Seboldt (1891 Schuelke/St. Boniface RCC, New Vienna, IA)


This program was originally issued as #9210 in 1992.


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