Historic Organs of Colorado

Historic Organs of Colorado
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ANDRÉ FLEURY: Variations on a Burgundian Noël
HYMN: Come Down, O Love Divine
JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Phantasie (from Organ Sonata 13, op. 161)
EDWARD ELGAR: Severn Suite, op. 87
Thomas Murray, organist
1938 Kimball, Cathedral of St. John-in-the-Wilderness, Episcopal, Denver

GEORG BÖHM: Variations on Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend
Charles Rus, organist
1916 Hook & Hastings, Assembly of the Bahá’is (formerly Second Church of Christ, Scientist), Denver

CHARLES QUEF: Noël Parisien, op. 26, no. 4
Will Headlee, organist
1902 Hook & Hastings, Old Stone Congregational, Lyons

JOSEF RHEINBERGER: Grave–Allegro moderato (from Sonata 5, op. 111)
JOSEPH BONNET: Second Legend, op. 7, no. 10
Bruce Stevens, organist
1888 Frank Roosevelt, First United Methodist, Boulder

MARCEL TOURNIER: Nocturne in E-flat, op. 21
CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS: Finale, op. 8, no. 6
1887 Victor Mustel harmonium
James Mosby Bratton, organist
Donald C. Hilsberg, harpist
Richard von Foerster, cellist
Theodor Lichtmann, pianist

EDWARD D’EVRY: Nocturnette
Mary Gifford, organist
1914 Kimball, Messiah Baptist, Denver

RUDOLPH BERGER: Amoureuse
Kimball roll player mechanism
1914 Kimball, Messiah Baptist, Denver

EASTHOPE MARTIN: Evensong
ETHELBERT NEVIN: The Rosary
ETHELBERT NEVIN: Narcissus
Jane Edge, organist
1899 J. W. Steere & Son, St. James Methodist, Central City

FRANZ LISZT: Ave Maria von Arcadelt
Dana Robinson, organist
c. 1897 Farrand & Votey, South Gate Lodge, Denver

LEOŠ JANÁCEK: Organ Solo from Glagolitic Mass
MAX REGER: Benedictus, op. 59, no. 9
CÉSAR FRANCK: Chorale No. 1 in E major
Peter Sykes, organist
1888 Frank Roosevelt, Trinity Methodist, Denver

RICHARD WAGNER: Ride of the Valkyries
Donald Pearson and John Repulski, organists
1938 Kimball, St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral, Denver

BRYAN KELLY: Magnificat in C major
HYMN: Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven
Donald Pearson and John Repulski, organist
Choir of St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral
1938 Kimball, St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral, Denver

LOUIS VIERNE: Naïades
GRAYSTON IVES: Intrada
PERCY WHITLOCK: After an Old French Air
Thomas Brown, organist
1928 Welte, Grace & St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Colorado Springs

THOMAS BROWN: Improvisation on Salzburg
Thomas Brown, organist
1925 Austin, Denver Zen Center (formerly Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist), Denver

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN: Trumpet Tune
RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Prelude on Rhosymedre
Lois Regestein, organist
1882 George H. Ryder, St. George’s Episcopal, Leadville

HYMN: O Beautiful for Spacious Skies
CHARLES WAKEFIELD CADMAN: Legend, op. 30, no. 1
MaryAnn Crugher Balduf, organist
c. 1879 Charles Anderson, Comm. Cong., Manitou Springs

ZOLTAN KODÁLY: Six Epigrams
Grant Edwards, organist
1889 William Schuelke, First Presbyterian, Leadville

MAURICE DURUFLÉ: Sicilienne
HENRI MULET: Tu Es Petra
Fred Hohman, organist
1996 Morel & Associates, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Denver

CHARLES GOUNOD: Ballet Music from Faust
Paul Fleckenstein, organist
1920 Austin, Pueblo City Hall and Auditorium, Pueblo

WILLIAM WILLING: General Custer’s Funeral March, op. 43
James Mosby Bratton, organist
1893 Mason & Risch Vocalion, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Central City

SIGFRID KARG-ELERT: Lobe den Herren
Robert Barney, organist
c. 1910 George Kilgen, Church of the Annunciation, Roman Catholic, Denver

RICHARD PURVIS: Fantasia on Ton-y-Botel
PURVIS: Contemplation on Tallis Canon
PURVIS: Poeme Mystique on Manna (Mercy)
PURVIS: Toccata Festiva on In Babilone
George Bozeman, organist
1890 Farrand & Votey, Church of the Merciful Saviour, Episcopal, Denver

PETER WARLOCK: Pavane (from Capriol Suite)
PETER WARLOCK: Basse-Danse (Capriol Suite)
Richard Robertson, organist
1910 Wirsching, The Iliff School of Theology, Denver

RICHARD PURVIS: Carol Prelude on Greensleeves
Kenneth Matthews, organist
1924 Kimball, Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, Denver

JAMES WOODMAN: Noël Anglais on Greensleeves
HYMN: Father, We Praise Thee
David S. Macfarlane, organist
1882 Charles Anderson, Asbury Methodist, Denver

MAX REGER: Ave Maria, op. 80, no. 5
David S. Macfarlane, organist
1903 Austin, The Gardens at St. Elizabeth’s, Denver

W. EUGENE THAYER: Festival Postlude in G
Marilyn Stulken, organist
1876 Charles Anderson, Grace Episcopal, Georgetown

JOHN WEAVER: Passacaglia on a Theme by Dunstable
Frank Shelton, organist
1931 Welte-Tripp, Colorado College, Colorado Springs

Photographs, stopslists, biographies, and histories of the organs are included in a 32-page booklet.