The Recordings from the Splendid 2005 OHS Convention!
This diverse 4-CD collection features stellar performances by 37 different organists.
Our OHS Convention Set from Seattle is now available! 24 historic and modern organs, organs built in the Pacific Northwest, and a new work commissioned by the OHS for this convention!
Historic Organs of Indiana
Highlights of the 2007 OHS National Convention
Four discs. Five hours of music!
Thrilling performances by renowned organists Ken Cowan, Felix Hell, Thomas Murray, Lorenz Maycher, Bruce Stevens, Peter Stoltzfus, Frederick Swann, Tom Trenney, plus many others · More than 30 pipe organs · Works by Vierne, Sowerby and a new work by David Conte · Several selections of enthusiastic hymn-singing, always a highlight of OHS Conventions! · Includes a 40-page booklet complete with photos and stoplists
35 ORGANS FROM WOODSTOCK TO LA PORTE
Works by more than three dozen composers are played on a selection of 35 of the Chicago area's most interesting organs.
Several selections of hymn singing as famously heard at OHS conventions are also included.
Includes a 32-page booklet with stoplists and photos of the organs.
Hear 31 Organs located from Nazareth in southeastern Pennsylvania to Altoona in the central part of the state, where the large and entirely unique 1931 Steinmeyer is played by Ken Cowan. Click the headline for complete contents and to order.
Hear 31 organs, 35 performers, and 69 pieces of music as well as five hymns played on organs built during 150 years of great artistic accomplishment. Click the headline for complete contents and to order.
This 4-CD set features 32 pipe organs in and near Montréal, Québec, Canada celebrating a diverse collection of organs built in French, British, and American traditions from 1856 to 1999. Click for full list of repertoire and performers.
This 4-CD set features 35 pipe organs built 1790-1996 with 36 fine musicians playing 60 compositions. Click for full list of repertoire and performers.
This 4-CD set features 23 pipe organs and two harmoniums with 27 fine musicians including Tom Murray, Will Headlee, Peter Sykes, Bruce Stevens, Fred Hohman, George Bozeman, and Charles Rus playing 45 compositions by Richard Purvis (5 works), Kodaly, Easthope Martin, Gordon Balch Nevin, Fleury, Karg-Elert, Thayer, Warlock, and many more. Organs by Kimball, Welte, Roosevelt, Hook & Hastings, Schuelke, Farrand & Votey, Austin, Wirsching, Ryder, Steere, Kilgen, and more.
Thirty Historic Organs, Baltimore to Westminster to Hanover
35 Historic Pipe Organs in Connecticut.
Thirty-Nine Historic Organs, Alfred to Calais
17 Historic Organs, the Bayous to Natchez, were recorded during the 1989 OHS Convention, including many located in the area affected by Hurricane Katrina in late August, 2005. Includes 16-page booklet with stoplists, photos, and histories.
Thirty-Two Historic Pipe Organs in Kentucky