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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Tunes from the Temple

Music on Old Testament themes for Synagogue services or concerts.

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Music played in the program

DAVID HEGARTY: Sabbath Suite, excerpts CHRISTIAN LIDARTI: Kol Ha Nesemah –Barbara Mervine, soprano; Kenrick Mervine (1934 Aeolian-Skinner/Bristol Chapel, Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ) Direct-to-Tape DTR-9007

JACK GOTTLIEB: 2 Sacred Songs: Because I love; Hashkiveinu –Helene Reps, ms; Richard Botton, baritone; Harry Huff (1980 Holtkamp/Union Theological Seminary Chapel, New York, NY) Premiere CD-1018

HERMAN BERLINSKI: The Burning BushHerndon Spillman (1990 Visser-Rowland/Wooddale Church, Eden Prairie, MN) Titanic CD-205

Temple Music from the Ashkenazy Tradition:
MAX LEWANDOWSKI: Enosch. FREDERICK PIKET: V’sham’ru. CHARLES GOUNOD: S’u sh’arim. MAX JANOWSKI: Avinu, Malkeinu. ISADORE FREED: Kedusha –Martin Feldman, cantor; Sandra Gellers, soprano; Marian Corhish, alto; Eric Morris, tenor; George C. Baker, bass; Rodney Gehrke (1904 LA Art Organ Company/Temple Sherith Israel, San Francisco, CA) Organ Historical Society recording

JACK GOTTLIEB: Judge of the WorldLeonard Raver (1969 Austin/St. Matthew & Saint Timothy Church, New York, NY) Pipedreams Archive recording

ELSA BARRAINE: Prelude & Fugue, O Vinou, MalkeinouJames Higdon (1880 Cavaillé-Coll/Église Saint-François-de-Sales, Lyon, France) Arkay AR6087

HEINZ WERNER ZIMMERMANN: 4 Organ Psalms: Number 131, O Lord, I am not proud; Number 120, When I was in trouble; Number 121, I will lift up mine eyes; Number 136, Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good –Rodney Gehrke (1904 LA Art Organ Company/Temple Sherith Israel, San Francisco, CA) OHS tape


This program was originally issued as #9242 in October of 1992.

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