Organ Music from Old St. Lukes

Organ Music from Old St. Lukes
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OHS Member Richard Konzen performs on the organ at Old St. Lukes in Scott Township, near Pittsburgh. The site of the church was originally a British garrison built in 1765. Old St. Lukes was born out of the worship there, making it one of the oldest frontier churches west of the Allegheny Mountains. While the builder of the organ is not confirmed, it is attributed to Joseph Harvey, believed to have been built in 1823.




Charles Wesley
Variations on God Save the King

John Christopher Moller
Presto

Cutler and Johnson
Festival Voluntary

Johann Pachelbel
Variations on Werde munter

William Boyce
Voluntary

Georg Phillipp Telemann
Fantasia in D

Suanne vanSoldt MS
Almanda Brun Smeedelyn, Almanda prynce, Almanda de amour

Girolamo Frescobaldi
Toccata per l'Elevatione

Dietrich Buxtehude
Fugue in G
Canzonetta in A

John Bull
Fantasia on a theme by Sweelinck

Johann Sebastian Bach
Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier