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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

[The Eastman Bunch]
The Eastman Bunch at Auditorium Theater.

Pipedreams Live! at Rochester's Auditorium Theater

…featuring guest soloist Justin Lavlie and with Eastman faculty and students playing the Mighty Wurlitzer!

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Audio Complete Show 1 hr 58 Min

Audio 1804 Hour 1 59:00 Min

Audio 1804 Hour 2 59:00 Min

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Music played in the program

Hour 1

GEORGE GERSHWIN: I got rhythm, fr Girl CrazyJustin LaVoie

EDWARD ELGAR: Imperial MarchEdward Dean

RICHARD RODGERS: Oklahoma MedleyOwen Reid

SERGEI RACHMANINOFF: VocaliseThomas Gaynor

COLE PORTER: Easy to love/It’s de-lovely, fr Anything GoesNicholas Halbert

JEROME KERN: All the things you are, fr Very Warm for MayChase Loomer

RODGERS: This can’t be love, fr The Boys from SyracuseWilliam Porter

Hour 2

PORTER: Riding High, fr Red, Hot and Blue

GENE de PAUL: Spring, spring, spring, fr Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

JOHN GREEN: Body & Soul

VINCENT YOUMANS: Orchids in the moonlight , fr Flying down to Rio

RUBE BLOOM: Spring Fever

GERSHWIN: 3 Preludes

GERSHWIN: How long has this been going on?, fr Funny Face

HARRY WARREN: Girl friend of the whirling dervish, fr Garden of the moon

GIOACHINO ROSSINI: The Barber of Seville Overture

ZEZ CONFREY: Kitten on the keys

 

This second hour is given over entirely to solos by Justin LaVoie, American Theatre Organ Society Young Artist Competition Winner in 2013. Performers in the first hour were students (or, in the case of Bill Porter, faculty) at the Eastman School of Music.

All performances highlight the 4-manual, 23-rank 1928 Wurlitzer organ as recorded on Sunday afternoon, April 24, 2016 by Zeitgeist Audio, Rochester, NY. Thanks to Paul Law and Russ Schaner of the Rochester Theatre Organ Society for keeping this marvelous instrument in such fine shape.

SPECIAL WEBSITE AUDIO EXTRAS: We invite you to share in Justin Lavoie's medley of Richard Rodgers tunes from Oklahoma and Professor Bill Porter's lovely rendition of Cole Porter’s My Romance, each introduced by the performer.

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