Organs in U. S. & Canada

The Organ Music of Gerre Hancock
$14.98
Exotic Variations
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Modal Inspiration
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Dongho Lee, 2010 first prize winner of the American Guild of Organists National Young Artists Competition in Organ Performance, plays the C. B. Fisk organ, Opus 135 at Auer Hall of the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
$17.98
Divine Splendor
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Raymond Nagem plays The Great Organ at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City.
$17.98
Organ Plano: Music for a Joyous Occasion
Scott Montgomery performs this program at Christ United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas. The Reuter Organ Company, Op. 2235 organ, built in 2010, has 4-manuals and 90 ranks, and easily fills the six-story sanctuary with sound.
$14.98
Paris By the Bay
NEW! Organist Glenn Kime performs works by Marcel Dupre and Louis Vierne on the 1995 Visscher Associates Organ, Opus VI at Old First Presbyterian Church in San Francisco, California.
$14.98
Phoenix Rising
NEW! Margaret Lacy performs on the Aeolian-Skinner Op. 1024 at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
$14.98
Rachel Laurin Oeuvres pour orgue
NEW! Isabelle Demers plays the music of Rachel Laurin on the Casavant Op. 869 at the Eglise des Saints-Anges de Lachine, Montreal.
$19.98
Illuminations, Sharon Rose Pfeiffer, Organist
Sharon Rose Pfeiffer plays organ works by King, Widor, Bach and more on the EM Skinner Organ at the Church of the Transfiguation, Orleans, MA. This particular organ is the only one in the world in which the pipes run along the north and south aisles of the church. This creates a surround sound effect, which you will enjoy in this recording.
$18.95
Steven Ball: Fox Noel
NEW! Theater organist Steven Ball presents this program of Christmas music performed on the Atlanta Fox Theater Moller Organ.
$20.00
Colin Lynch Plays the 1926 E. M. Skinner Organ, Stambaugh Auditorium, Youngstown, Ohio
NEW! Colin Lynch, winner of the Fort Wayne Competition in 2010, plays the intact E. M. Skinner organ of four manuals and 67 stops in a grand concert hall, Stambaugh Auditorium, both hall and organ built in 1926 as the magnificent bequest of a native to the people of Youngstown, Ohio. Restoration of the organ as-built, with all original equipment, was completed by A. Thompson-Allen Co. in 2010.
$15.98
Fanfare: Christopher Wells plays the organ music of Craig Phillips
NEW! Christopher Wells, an Oberlin-trained organist, has devoted his debut CD release to the organ solo music of American composer, Craig Phillips. Mr. Phillips was recently honored with the distinction of being named 2012 Composer of the Year by the American Guild of Organists. This album spans the gamut of Mr. Phillips organ music, ranging from popular works best suited to worship, to virtuoso works suited for the modern-day organ recital.
$17.98
J.S. Bach - Art of Fugue
NEW! Few organists are as well known or as highly praised for their Bach recordings as Joan Lippincott. Performing on the newly-constructed Craighead-Saunders organ (closely modeled after a 1776 instrument by the central German organbuilder Casparini), Lippincott brings a maturity of vision to Art of Fugue that is based on a lifetime of distinguished interpretations and insights into Bach's organ works.
$24.98
French Trilogy
NEW! The debut recording of the gloriously-restored G. Donald Harrison signature organ, Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1257 (dated 1955), at James F. Byrnes Auditorium on the campus of Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina, features Princeton University Organist Eric Plutz, in an all-French program of works by Gabriel Pierné, Camille Saint-Saëns and Louis Vierne. Restoration was completed in 2009 by Orgues Létourneau.
$17.98
Sempre Organo
NEW! Daryl Robinson, the First Prize Winner of the 2012 American Guild of Organists’ National Young Artists Competition in Organ Performance, appears in his debut CD in this varied and colorful program, played upon the Fisk-Rosales organ at The Shepherd School of Music in Houston, Texas.
$17.98
Bach, Bull & Bombardes
NEW! Canadian-born Juilliard-trained organist Isabelle Demers performs a lively and varied program upon the new 3 manual organ at St. Patrick’s Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, built by Philadelphia-area firm Patrick J. Murphy & Associates, Inc. The program contains original works by Max Reger as well as a Reger transcription of Bach’s Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue. Works by Canadian organists Amadée Tremblay and Raymond Daveluy round out this eclectic program.
$17.98
Organ Music of Frescobaldi
NEW! Robert Parkins performs the organ music of Frescobaldi on the Brombaugh Organ, Opus 34 at Duke University Memorial Chapel.

Produced by Calcante Recordings, LTD.
$14.98
Heinrich Fleischer- Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
This two disc set was produced from tape recordings preserved in the Heinrich Fleischer Archive. Fleischer performs on the E. M. Skinner Organ Opus 634, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel at the University of Chicago. Though the performance was recorded in the 1950's, the listener is still able to enjoy Fleischer's musicality and technical perfection. The included booklet contains information about Heinrich Fleischer, an organ stoplist and color photo of the organ in the Rockefeller Memorial Chapel.
Regular price: $38.00
Sale price: $30.00
Music by Rachel Laurin
NEW! Rachel Laurin’s compositions for the rare combinations of organ and harp, organ and French horn, as well as fourteen solo organ works, all created 2007-2011, are played on the interesting romantic/orchestral organ at St. Anne’s Church, Ottawa, built in 1917 by Casavant Frères using most of the organ built in 1914 by La Compagnie Canadienne d’Orgues, a firm that coexisted 1910-1930 with Casavant in St. Hyacinthe, Quebec. It was rebuilt by Casavant in 1988.

Rachel Laurin, organ
Karen Holmes, organ
Damian Rivers-Moore, French horn
Caroline Léonardelli, harp

Produced by Raven
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From Ashes to Glory
This release is a documentary of six celebrity organ recitals known as the Great Organ: Great Artists Series 2009-2010 in October, 2009 and April, 2010, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. The series celebrates the return of the restored Great Organ in concert. In addition to a DVD containing highlights from all six concerts plus artist interviews, there are two CD audio discs, containing 138 minutes of audio concert highlights. Featured organists are among the most renown in the world: Gerre Hancock, Olivier Latry, Marilyn Keiser, Peter Conte, Thierry Escaich, and Daniel Roth. This product contains a 32-page booklet, with current organ specification, photos from the organ chambers, artist biographies and photos. Also included is a thorough essay written by Michael Quimby, John L. Speller, Douglass Hunt and Eric Johnson, about the history of the Great Organ and its restoration following the tragic December, 2001 cathedral fire. This volume is destined to become a collector's item for all who appreciate fine organ music.
$40.98
Steven Ball Presents the Music of Rene Becker
NEW! Steven Ball plays the Austin Organ at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Detroit Michigan.
$20.00
1001 Nights
NEW! Steven Ball plays the 4 manual Moller Organ at the Atlanta Fox Theater. The program includes music by composers Sousa, Rimsky-Korsakov and Menken. It is sure to please!
$20.00
Havin' a Ball!
Released in 2004 Famed organist Steven Ball, known for his classical & theatre organ work, performs this program on the 1927 Barton Theater Pipe Organ in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The program includes standards by Richard Rodgers, Cole Porter, and many more.
$20.00
First & Grand
NEW! Organist Christoph Bull performs on the Walt Disney Concert Hall Organ in the premiere recording "First & Grand."
$19.99
Decker Plays Decker Volume 3 Suite Dreams and Fantasies
Released in 2012 Organist Pamela Decker performs her own music in this recording. She plays the 3,944 pipe D. A. Flentrop Organ at St. Mark's Cathedral in Seattle, Washington. The organ was restored in 1992 by Paul Fritts, and still retains its original character, but is now tonally more beautiful. Decker provides detailed descriptions of each piece played on this program.
$17.98
Helmut Walcha Chorale Preludes 2
Released December of 2012 Wolfgang Rubsam performs the chorale preludes of Helmut Walcha in this release by Naxos. The recording was done on the John Brombaugh Organ, Opus 35 at First Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Illinois.
$17.98
Samuel Soria Cathedral Organist
Released in 2012 Organist Samuel Soria presents this program of 20th Century music at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. The organ was originally built in 1929 by the Wangerin Organ Co of Milwaukee, Wis. and then rebuilt in 1988 by Austin Organs, Inc. of Hartford, Conn.

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Dances & Dialogues
NEW! Dances & Dialogues showcases organist John Girvin playing the music of Handel, Bach, Franck and others in this beautifully recorded CD. Faith Lutheran Church, New Providence, New Jersey
$17.98
All Might and Majesty
NEW! Brenda Heck Portman plays the music of Edwin T. Childs in All Might and Majesty. Recorded at College Church in Wheaton, IL, the program features music which can be played for manuals only, or with pedals and which is appropriate for Advent and Christmas and also Lent and Easter.
$14.98
Music City Mixture
NEW! Organ recitalist Joby Bell presents "Music City Mixture," a CD of Mechanical Action Organs of Nasville. Bell plays six different organs on this recording, all located in Nashville, Tennesse.
$16.00
Florence Mustric 4: Symphonies Spectacular & Sublime
New! Florence Mustric plays the Rudolph von Beckerath organ at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cleveland, Ohio. The included booklet provides an in-depth look at the organ, program and brilliant performer.
$12.98
Lynne Davis at the Marcussen organ in Wiedemann Hall
New! International concert organist Lynne Davis plays the Marcussen organ at Wiedemann Hall. The hall and organ, both built in 1986, were constructed to compliment each other in sound and beauty. The program shows the organ at its finest, producing powerful to soft, sweet sounds.
$20.00
Stephen Tharp- Legendary Organ Works, Volume 1
Organist Stephen Tharp plays legendary organ works on the organ of Girard College in Philadelphia.
$15.98
World Premieres and Transcriptions, Volume 1
Organist Stephen Tharp plays world premieres and transcriptions on the organ of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin in New York City.
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Pater Seraphicus
David Enlow plays works of César Franck on the organ of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin in New York City on this beautiful 3 CD set.
$24.98
Windswept
Brenda Lynne Leach plays the Berghaus organ at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
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Americana
Jeremy Filsell plays the famous organ of the National Cathedral, Washington, DC, in compositions created during the Cathedral’s first century by American-based composers, many affiliated with the Cathedral which has championed American music since it opened in 1912. The organ was originally built in 1937 by E. M. Skinner & Son.
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Carol's Christmas
Carol Williams plays all our favorite Christmas carols and some of her own recorded at St. Paul’s Cathedral in San Diego, CA on the 79 rank, four manual Aeolian-Skinner organ, Opus 1495. Pipe-work by Hook & Hastings Johnston (of Van Nuys) and M. P. Moller.
$20.00
Rhonda Edgington: French Music of the 19th & 20th Centuries
Rhonda Edgington plays Incredible French Romantic and 20th Century pieces on the Casavant at First United Church in Oak Park, Illinois. Rhonda was organist at First United Church from 1999 to 2004 and this recording shows just how familiar she is with this instrument. The 88 rank Casavant Organ was built in 1982 and possesses a reed quality that particularly suits the French style of playing present in 19th and 20th Century works. Rhonda has since left First United, to focus on 16th and 17th century North German organ music, studying in Germany with Harald Vogel.
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Romantic and Virtuosic
Romantic & Virtuosic makes Adam Brakel’s wonderful organ playing available on CD for the first time, and presents the first CD recording of the excellent 109-rank Austin completed in 2000 at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida.
$14.98
Spreckels on the March!
20 popular marches recorded on the Spreckels Organ performed by Carol Williams, San Diego's Civic Organist since 2001, located in Balboa Park San Diego, CA.
$17.98
The Craighead-Saunders Organ
The three organ professors of The Eastman School of Music demonstrate the new Craighead-Saunders organ, modeled after 1776 Caspirini organ of Vilnius, Lithuania. This organ is one of the best preserved late-baroque organs in all of Europe. This program mainly consists of Bach through Mendelssohn, but also includes two newly commissioned works by Stephen Kennedy and Martin Herchenröder.
$18.98
Dominant Accord
In her debut CD, organist and multiple competition prizewinner Susan De Kam plays a program drawn from the Baroque to the 20th-century, upon the new Kegg pipe organ (Opus 43), in Zion Lutheran Church, Wausau, Wisconsin USA.
$17.98
The Opening of Heaven
In this, the first full-length organ recording featuring a single organist from the restored Great Organ at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Bruce Neswick brings us a program of Anglican classics as well as major new music from leading 20th-century church musicians. Music by Howells, Stanford, David Hurd, Gerre Hancock and Larry King comprise the 75-plus minute long program. The full scope of the organs resources, including the State Trumpet, are put to use in this program.
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Peter Conte Plays the Wanamaker Organ
Peter Conte plays the Wanamaker Organ at the Lord & Taylor store, Philadelphia. The Dupré Symphonie-Passion (which was improvised on this organ by Dupré) was recorded during the 2002 AGO National Convention.
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Soohwang Choi Organ Recital
Korean organist, Soohwang Choi, is heard in an attractive recital, given on two very different instruments. On the Rieger, she presents repertoire in a wide range of styles, beginning with Toccatas by Frescobaldi, a work by Grigny featuring uneven rhythms and ornamentation, followed by Vierne's highly chromatic Symphony No. 1: A work which uses all the resources of the instrument. On the Richard Fowkes organ, Choi gives an eloquent account of J.S. Bach's Trio Sonata No. 2 in c minor, which demands as much from the pedals as from the manuals.
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Of Another Time
The Austin pipe organ housed in the richly resonant space of St. Mary's Church in Dayton, Ohio (like Skinner and other organs of that era) is a prime example of the orchestrally conceived "romantic" organs of the time. Characterized by smooth diapasons, imitative reed voices and a wide variety of flute and string stops, the instrument is showcased brilliantly by Kim, providing the listener an opportunity to explore unique sonorities of a bygone era. Praised by concert-goers as an artist who "stretches the limits of the instrument," Korean-born concert organist Yun Kyong Kim consistently brings diverse programs to her audiences. In demand as an organ (and harpsichord) recitalist, she received her doctoral degree in organ performance from Indiana University at Bloomington. She also studied and performed in Germany, and made her French debut in Paris at the Church of Sainte-Clotilde. For this recital, Kim puts the organ through its paces, the result of which is captured in a demonstration-class recording.
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Just For Fun: Riff-Raff & Rhumba
American Organist, Florence Mustric, a graduate of the Cleveland Institute and Oberlin, offers a program of colorful, most light-hearted repertoire. In a brilliant sonics, her performances communicate with great impact and clarity. The historic organ heard on this recording, the first large mechanical-action organ in North America, was built in 1956 in Hamburg by Rudolph von Beckerath. Created in the tradition of the organs of northern Europe in the Baroque era, it is an exceptional example of centuries-old techniques of organ-building. The sound of the instrument is beautiful and transparent--powerful, yet warm, and has no doubt inspired more than one generation of organists.
$16.98
Handel Gloria
This recording proposes a veritable garland of festive works by the three greatest Baroque composers, all to the glory of God and his blessings--both celestial and terrestrial. Among these works is featured a gem which until recently had long been concealed to the appreciation of fervent music lovers: The newly rediscovered Gloria attributed to Handel, for Soprano solo, and instrumental ensemble.
$19.98
The Wanamaker Organ:  The Early Recordings
Virtuosic performers Charles M. Courboin, Virgil Fox, Walter Baker and Fernando Germani are featured in this deluxe Two CD set of all the very first recordings of the Wanamaker Organ. These rare, masterful performances incorporate a heroic style of organ playing which was popular during the heyday of the Symphonic Organ. Includes a deluxe booklet and contains more than two hours of fine music!
$24.98
Wild Sunrises: Organ Music of Carson Cooman
Harry Lyn Huff plays the 1921 E. M. Skinner Organ, Op. 308, Old South Church, Boston, Massachusetts. The 115-rank organ built in 1921 by E. M. Skinner for the municipal auditorium in St. Paul, Minnesota, was relocated 1981-85 to Old South Church, Boston, saving it from destruction, the decision to acquire it having been made very briefly before the auditorium was to be razed. This CD by Harry Lyn Huff of organ works by Carson Cooman is the first CD of the organ in solo organ repertoire.
$14.98
Maxine Thévenot Plays in Christ Church Cathedral
The largest organ ever built by the distinguished firm of Hellmuth Wolff & Associates of Laval, Quebec, Canada, was completed in 2005 at Christ Church Cathedral, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
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Austrian Organ Music
Karen Beaumont plays a varied program of organ music from the mid-16th century to mid-18th century featuring the music from three parts of Austria: Salzburg, Linz, and Vienna. Karen was the organist and choir director at St. James Episcopal Church in Milwaukee from 1988-2011. She is now the organist at the Chapel of St. John the Evangelist at St. John's on the Lake in Milwaukee.
$14.98
Homage
Carla Edwards plays spectacular concert music on the three-manual organ containing 2,848 pipes and built in 2002 by Hellmuth Wolff et Associés Ltée at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, where Edwards is professor of organ. She dedicates the CD as Homage "to Dr. Larry Smith, with sincere gratitude from Carla Edwards."
$14.98
This Time It's Personal
Stephen J. Ketterer started playing the piano at age four, switched to the organ 10 years later and has been actively performing ever since.
$14.98
Tudor Organ Music
English organists under the Tudors boasted a wealth of repertoire. Their compositions are based on the elaborate choral works of the period. The present collection draws on the Mulliner Book and other sources, and includes music by the great Thomas Tallis, a musician who survived all the vicissitudes of the troubled 16th century to leave a significant musical legacy.
$17.98
The Aeolian Skinner Legacy: The King of Instruments Volumes I-III
Now available for the first time ever on CD from the master tapes of these landmark recordings, including previously unreleased material! Featuring: Thomas Dunn, George Faxon, G. Donald Harrison, Robert Owen, Roy Perry, William Watkins, Joseph S. Whiteford and the organs of Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston; Christ Church, Bronxville; First Presbyterian Church, Kilgore; and Symphony Hall, Boston.
$23.98
Majestus
Scott Dettra, Organist and Associate Director of Music, presents a program of large organ favorites on the most recent recording of the Washington National Cathedral's Great Organ built by E. M. Skinner and installed in 1938. Dettra is responsible for more than 350 services a year and assists with the direction of the Cathedral Choirs. He frequently hosts Organ Recitals on this, his home instrument of 189 ranks and over 10,000 pipes. This will most certainly be a prize-winning recording by a prize-winning artist.
$19.98
Veni Creator Spiritus
This recording presents two original compositions and one arrangement for trombone and organ as well as a solo organ work. Variations on Veni Creator Spiritus (1997) by Philip Swanson is a work for trombone and organ, written as part of Dr. Swanson’s doctoral dissertation at New England Conservatory. The Partita: Nun komm der Heiden Heiland, Op. 8, No.1, a composition for solo organ by Hugo Distler, is considered among his greatest works for the instrument. Two other works for trombone and organ are presented: Domine, Dona Nobis Pacem by the Hungarian composer Frigyes Hidas and Rachmaninoff’s famous Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14 in an arrangement by Barbara Bruns. The recording was made at St. Michael’s Church in New York City, which houses one of the finest mechanical action pipe organs in the country built in 1967 by the German organ-building firm, Rudolf von Beckerath.
$14.98
Vesper Light
An exclusive OHS item! Liturgical music sung live on tour by the Evensong Choir of Christ Church Cambridge, Massachusetts under the direction of Dr. Stuart Forster, choirmaster and organist.
Regular price: $19.98
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Missa Campanella
The cathedral choirs of the Cathedral of St. John, Albuquerue present a varied program of modern sacred works. Accompanied by Stephen Tharp and directed by Maxine Thevenot, this recording contains many new choral works and also includes three organ pieces, showcasing the cathedral’s Reuter organ.
$14.98
Envisionings
Young virtuoso Dong-ill Shin performs an interesting variety of 19th-century and later works on the largest organ in Texas and largest Casavant in the world. Shin performs two works of Asian origin, including a work by a fellow Korean whose life tells a fascinating and poignant story.
$15.98
An Organ Legacy
In a set of two CDs, Jeremy Filsell marks the 50th anniversary of the 172-rank organ at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D. C., by recording mostly major works associated with this organ.
$14.98
Methuen Century
A two disc CD/DVD set or Fred Hohman playing the Great Organ of Methuen Memorial Music Hall.
$19.98
Organ Music from Old St. Lukes
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.
$11.98
Opus 76
Organist Alan Morrison joins forces with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia to perform 20th century American works, mixed with works of Joseph Jongen and J. S. Bach. Organist and Orchestra perform at Verizon Hall in Philadelphia's Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, where Morrison plays the 2006 Dobson organ, Opus 76.
$15.98
The King of Instruments:  Highlights
For this “appetizer” of a highly anticipated series, historic recordings of instruments built by the Æolian-Skinner firm are collected and made available for the first time on compact disc. The “King of Instruments” series, recorded and produced by Æolian-Skinner, features some of the company's most notable instruments and played by the organists who were most closely associated with these landmark organs. Recorded between 1953 and 1973, this material is re-mastered by the Vermont Organ Academy, from the original Aeolian-Skinner master tape recordings, which are owned by the Organ Historical Society.
$12.98
Four Centuries of Color
William Entriken plays the Sebastian Glück Organ (op. 12) at First Presbyterian Church in New York City
$14.98
Virgil Fox at Hammond Castle
VERY LIMITED SUPPLY! Virgil Fox recorded the large organ at the Gloucester, Massachusetts, John Hays Hammond Castle in 1946 & 1953 for RCA Victor. The Brahms Chorale Preludes (complete) were not recorded elsewhere by him, and this is his only commercially released recording of the Reubke Sonata on the 94th Psalm.
$19.98
Riches to Rags: George Baker Plays Bach and Scott Joplin
Hear this world famous organist play the Aeolian-Skinner at Perkins Chapel, Southern Methodist University.
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Frederick Swann plays Fisk Opus 102, The Gillespie Concert Organ
Frederick Swann demonstrates the 4-73 Fisk Organ, Opus 130, completed in August 2008 for the Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa, California.
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The Mormon Tabernacle Organ: Richard Elliott Plays
Richard Elliott performs a varied and interesting group of pieces on the famous G. Donald Harrison Aeolian-Skinner organ in the Mormon Tabernacle.
$15.98
Inspirations from England
Scott Montgomery plays a fine new 3 manual Mander and its companion chamber organ in St. Peter's Church in St. Louis, Missouri
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Cleveland in Columbus
Paul Fritts & Co. Opus 25 in St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Columbus, Ohio is host to Douglas Cleveland on this recording of works well suited to the organ’s massive and intimate timbres.
$14.98
Organ Masterworks from Ocean Grove
The organ in the Ocean Grove Auditorium, Ocean Grove, New Jersey, began life in 1908 as a 14-rank instrument by Robert Hope-Jones, who had recently opened his Elmira, New York factory.
$15.98
Robert Noehren Premieres
Robert Noehren, retired organ professor and renowned organist from the University of Michigan, plays the premier CD and recital on the 3-73 D. F. Pilzecker organ at the Church of St. Jude, Detroit, Michigan.
$14.98
Dudley Buck Organ Music
James Hammann plays an 1866 Hook
James Hammann, Organist, plays works of the prolific and skillful Dudley Buck on the 1866 E. & G. G. Hook 3m relocated to St. John's Episcopal Church, Quincy, Illinois.
$14.98
Dulcet Tones
Jack Mitchener Plays the Salem Tannenberg
On the 1799 Tannenberg in Winston-Salem, Jack Mitchener makes the first recording of Graun's Concerto in g, and also plays J.S. and C.P.E. Bach and several others.
$14.98
The Central German School: Philip T. D. Cooper plays the Yokota Organ
Choosing works composed during a century ending around 1750, Philip T. D. Cooper explores the Thuringian sphere of composers and organists who were active in J. S. Bach’s day.
$14.98
Universe of Poetry: Michael Unger Plays the New Fritts, Opus 26
Michael Unger, 2008 American Guild of Organists NYACOP First Prize Winner, plays brilliantly a diverse program of works on the 2008 Paul Fritts & Company organ, Opus 26.
$15.98
Ancient & Modern Portraits for Organ
Bogusław Grabowski of St. Mary’s of Assumption Basilica and Co-Cathedral in Gdansk, Poland, shows well the capabilities of the Lewtak organ built for St. Joseph’s Church, Camillus, New York.
$14.98
John Gouwens: Organ & Carillon
The latest CD from John Gouwens, organist and carillonneur at the Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana, features works by Franck (the rarely recorded Version 1 of the Fantaisie in C) and Chadwick on the 1951 Möller 3-54 in the Chapel and, on the 51-bell carillon by Gillett & Johnston of London, works by Gouwens, John Pozdro, Wendell Westcott, Libby Larsen, and an improvisation. Click the headline to see all three CDs by John Gouwens and to order.
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Old Pennsylvania Organs
Philip T. D. Cooper visits the beginnings of organbuilding in 18th-century America.
$14.98
Old Pennsylvania-German Organs, Volume 2: Philip T. D. Cooper
Cooper continues to explore Pennsylvania-German organbuilding.
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Roaring Ranks with Faythe Freese
Faythe Freese plays the 3-77 Glatter-Götz/Rosales organ in Claremont United Church of Christ Congregational, Claremont, California.
$14.98
Double Forte
David Higgs & Todd Wilson Play Duos on the 141-rank Möller at National City Christian Church in Washington, D. C. in this 20-bit CD from Delos.
$14.98
Lofty Ambrosia
Nancy Metzger employs three different organs in a sampling of music by composers born in the 19th century.
$14.98
Burned in Boston Jan. 18 2005 -- 1859 E. & G. G. Hook 3m
Tragedy! Great Hook organ destroyed First Baptist Church in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston was destroyed by fire overnight on Tuesday, January 18, 2005.
C. B. Fisk Opus 114, Benaroya Hall, Seattle:  Carole Terry Plays
Fisk Opus 114 in Benaroya Hall: Carole Terry has chosen a broad program of works to demonstrate the resources of this necessarily eclectic organ
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Gallic in Greensboro
Organist André Lash performs a program of varying French works on C. B. Fisk Opus 82 at Christ United Methodist Church in Greensboro, North Carolina. The 3 manual, 63 rank organ, is particularly well-suited for playing both Classical and Romantic French works. The instrument was visited and heard by members of the Organ Historical Society during the 2001 National Convention.
 North Carolina 2001
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Florence Mustric Plays: Volume 1, East of Berlin
Florence Mustric plays at Trinity ELCA in Cleveland
$14.98
Benjamin Waterhouse
Waterhouse plays an historic organ built in 1872 by the renowned Montréal organbuiler Louis Mitchell, now scrupulously restored by Denis Juget, at the church of St.-Fabien-de-Panet, Quebec.
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The Art of Two Manuals
Three organists at three different two manual organs built by the Reuter Organ Company demonstrate the effectiveness of modest instruments.
$14.98
Spirited Sounds from a Schoenstein
Andrew Peters ably shows the flexibility of Schoenstein & Co. Opus 137 in Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church, Franklin, Tennessee.
$14.98
Andover Opus 114: Paul Davis Plays
Paul Davis plays Andover Opus 114, recently completed in Christ Lutheran Church, Baltimore, Maryland.
$14.98
Noëls: Karel Paukert Plays Christmas Treasures
Karel Paukert, who for 30 years was Curator of Musical Arts at the Cleveland Museum of Arts, gathers an interesting group of colorful Christmas works from Italy, France, Bohemia, Germany and the New World and performs them with great facility on the Museum’s Skinner/Holtkamp organ.
$15.98
Works of Bach and Franck
OHS Member James Johnson demonstrates the flexibility of the 1972 Frobenius & Søns organ at the First Church in Cambridge, Congregational, in Cambridge, Mass. This organ, the first Frobenius built in North America, was featured at the 2000 National Convention of the Organ Historical Society.
Boston 2000 OHS Member Performs
$14.98
Cathedral Echoes: Charles Callahan at the St. Louis Cathedral Kilgen
Charles Callahan: Cathedral Echoes
Lush colors and rich acoustics in a fine program!
$17.99
Thomsen Chapel Inaugural Recitals
Organist/Choirmaster J. Melvin Butler and associate organist Roger Sherman perform inaugural recitals on the Marion Camp Oliver Organ located in Thomsen Chapel at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle. Works of J.S. Bach, Clarke, Stanley, Buxtehude, Brahms, Vierne and Toon Hagen are performed on the 2 manual organ, built by Paul Fritts and Company in 2003. Fritts' opus 22 is entirely mechanical action, and tuned to Kellner "Bach" temperament (1978).
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Divine Euterpe
OHS Member Kimberly Marshall plays works of women composers from the 15th to the 20th centuries on the 1987 Rosales Organ (Opus 11) at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, Oregon, which was heard by the Organ Historical Society during the 1997 National Convention.
Portland 1997OHS Member Performs
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Bach and the Italian Influence
OHS Member Kimberly Marshall not only plays works of J. S. Bach specifically influenced by Italians, but also plays works of Frescobaldi, whom Bach studied. Marshall plays the 1984 Fisk Organ (Opus 85) at Stanford University's Stanford Memorial Church in Palo Alto, California. The four manual organ can be played in equal-temperament or in one-fifth comma meantone.
OHS Member Performs
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Franz Liszt - David Mulbury - Methuen Memorial Music Hall
David Mulbury plays works of Franz Liszt on the Great Organ of Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Methuen, Massachusetts. This instrument was heard by the Organ Historical Society during the 1978 National Convention in Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Middlesex County, Massachusetts
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¡Bravo Grande!<BR>¡Laredo has a new concert hall organ!
David Heller shows off Kegg Opus 35.
With 4 manuals, 52 stops and 4003 pipes, the organ is a major new musical resource in the Laredo area.
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The 1866 Koehnken & Co. Organ at the Isaac M. Wise Temple
A restored organ continues its song at age 141 and counting.
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Élan Vital: Andrew Senn at First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia
Andrew Senn at the Reuter Organ in a varied program of virtuosic works
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Sevenfold Gifts
Margaret Martin Kvamme plays Felgemaker Opus 506, 1889 in Holy Cross Church, Santa Cruz, California.
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Pipes & Angels
Timothy Edward Smith plays the 1912 Casavant 4m in the large and resonant St. Anthony of Padua Church, New Bedford, Mass., which he played during the 2005 OHS National Convention. Works by Couperin, Bonnet, Guilmant, Franck, Lefébure-Wély, Widor, and Gounod.
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Preludes, Fugues, & Variations
Manuel Rosales’ organ in Atlanta is played by Brad Hughley, including a new work composed by Timothy Tikker and a rousing La Marseillaise, at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.
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Eleventh of September<BR>A 2-CD SET
James Johnson presents an interesting and varied program on the III-61 Steiner-Reck organ built in 1968 for Saint Luke Catholic Church in McLean, Virginia.
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In Bach's Neighborhood
Perfoming on the Brombaugh organ of the First Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Illinois, organist Delbert Disselhorst plays the organ music of Georg Friedrich Kauffmann with guest Ann Homann, oboe obbligato.
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James Johnson: "An American Masterpiece"
in Christ United Methodist Church, Greensboro NC.
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"James Johnson Plays Bach" on the Flentrop organ,
in Adolphus Busch Hall at Harvard University.
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James Johnson: "Joyeux Noel"
in French Classical style in St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Durham, NC.
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French Éclat in the Roanoke Valley
French Éclat in the Roanoke Valley, 2004 Fisk op. 124
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All Glory in the Highest
Craig S. Williams, Organist and Choirmaster of the Cadet Chapel, United States Military Academy, West Point Plays J. W. Steere & Sons Opus 700
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Without Boundaries: Maxine Thévenot, organist
Maxine Thévenot, Associate Organist-Choir Director at the Cathedral Church of St. John in Albuquerque, New Mexico, one of two recordings being simultaneously released as the “first” CDs of the 2002 Reuter organ, op. 2210, at the Cathedral. Works explore the range of Baroque, Romantic, and the introduction of recently composed works in their recording premieres
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The Cathedral Organ: Iain Quinn, Organist
Iain Quinn, director of cathedral music at the Cathedral Church of St. John in Albuquerque, New Mexico, introduces recording premieres of several works, several of which are adaptations for organ of Romantic masterworks for piano
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Celebration
James Welch celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Carmel Mission organ with music for worship, weddings, and memorials.
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Gifts from Above at St. Meinrad's Archabbey
AGO Prize Winner Yoon-mi Lim performs on 3/70 Goulding & Wood in St. Meinrad’s
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Catholic Heritage
Mary Gifford plays the 1902 Lyon & Healy at Our Lady of Sorrows Basilica, Chicago. Martin Pazdioch, tenor, assists in a program inspired by beloved Gregorian Chants.
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Resounding Joy: 1889 Organ, Port Townsend, Washington
The organ at First Presbyterian Church in Port Townsend, Washington, was installed in 1889 and continues to joyously resound as the oldest original installation of an organ in the state. Organist Elwood Bernas plays repertoire such as he normally plays during church services, confirming the enduring tonal design of this splendid organ. The organ was built by Whalley & Genung of Oakland, California. Thomas W. Whalley was born in San Francisco in 1856 and became a West Coast organbuilding pioneer. Click the headline for titles and to order.
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John Scott Plays the Buzard Organ, All Saints, Atlanta
John Scott plays the organ built as op. 27 in 2003 by John-Paul Buzard of Champaign, Illinois, with 87 ranks on four manuals at All Saints Episcopal Church, Atlanta.
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David Briggs at Trinity Cathedral, Little Rock
David Briggs plays a live recital on the new 4-82 instrument built in 1999 by the Muller Pipe Organ Co. of Toledo, Ohio, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Little Rock, Arkansas. BRIGGS: Improvisation BACH: Prelude & Fugue in b, BWV 544 LISZT/GUILLOU: Symphonic Poem Orpheus MENDELSSOHN: War March of the Priests DURUFLÉ: Suite
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Eleanor Fulton Plays at Yale: Musical Evolution
Eleanor Fulton plays the 1971 Beckerath 3m organ at Dwight Chapel, Yale University, demonstrating musical evolution from Baroque to Romantic. MENDELSSOHN: Sonata 4 in B-flat, op. 65 GRIGNY: Veni Creator J. S. BACH: Concerto in A-minor after Vivaldi, BWV 593; Prelude & Fugue in e Wedge, BWV 548; Nun komm’, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659; Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g’mein, BWV 734; Wenn wir in hochsten Nothen sein, BWV 668; Auf meinen lieben Gott, BWV 744
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Blasts from the Century Past
David Heller plays enduringly popular works on the famous 87-rank Rosales organ at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, Oregon. BONNET: Variations de Concert BRIDGE: Adagio in E YON: L’organo Primitivo VIERNE: Étoile du Soir DUPRÉ: Lamento HINDEMITH: Sonata II BARBER: Wondrous Love Variations ALBRIGHT: Movements from Organbook III PERSICHETTI: Drop, drop slow tears CRAIG PHILLIPS: Fantasy Toccata
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Lyrique Mystique in Wilkes-Barre
John Ayer records the first CD on the 4-80 instrument built in 2003 by the Berghaus Organ Co. of Bellwood, Illinois, at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the Pro-Cathedral of the Diocese of Bethlehem. Click the headline for works by Mendelssohn, Tournemire, Franck, Ayer, Vaughan Williams, Frank Bridge, and more.
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In the Old World & the New
Claudia Dumschat plays the 1988 Fisk 3-47, op. 92, at The Church of the Transfiguration (Little Church Around the Corner), New York. Click the headline for titles of works by Ives, Dupré, Joan Tower, Ned Rorem, J. S. Bach, Sweelinck, Buxtehude, and Mozart.
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Land of Rest: Robert Parris Plays the Fisk, Macon, Georgia
Robert Parris plays the new C. B. Fisk organ op. 115 (2000) at Christ Episcopal Church in Macon, Georgia, featuring Leo Sowerby’s “Prelude on Land of Rest.” Robert Parris was featured recitalist at Disney Hall during the 2004 AGO convention in Los Angeles.Click the headline for titles.
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Kotzschmar Organ Summer Concerts from Portland City Hall
Built in 1912, the 98-rank Austin organ in the restored City Hall auditorium of Portland, Maine, was donated to the city by the Philadelphia publisher and Portland native Cyrus H. K. Curtis and dedicated in honor and memory of his childhood music teacher and Hermann Kotzschmar (1829-1908). Every summer, well known organists such as Douglas Major, Peter Conte, John Weaver, Tom Murray, Tom Hazleton, and Lyn Larsen play a series of public concerts for an enthusiastic and large crowd of organ concertgoers. Click to select among three CD volumes.
Pops & Pipes: Yun Kyong Kim Plays in Dayton, Ohio
The resonant space of Christ Episcopal Church, Dayton, Ohio, contains a 3m organ built in 2004 by the Muller Organ Co. of Croton, Ohio, using pipes of the congregation’s distinguished series of organs by Wirsching (1890), Hutchings-Votey (ca. 1900), and Möller (1923), previously rebuilt by Tellers (1967). Yun Kyong Kim immigrated from Korea in 1984 and placed in the 2000 AGO National Competition.
PURVIS: Larghetto Cantabile for Guitar and Organ
GEORGE BAKER: Tuba Tune Ragtime
GOUNOD: Funeral March of a Marionette
IVES: Variations on America
SAINT-SAËNS: Carnival of the Animals (trans. Ekaterina Melnikova)
SAINT-SAËNS: Poco adagio from Symphony 3 for organ & orchestra, arranged for organ and cello
BACH: Toccata & Fugue in d BWV 565
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Discoveries: Christopher Marks Plays the Holtkamp at Syracuse
Christopher Marks, Univeristy Organist at Syracuse University, presents his discoveries of lesser-known and new works by American composers and a German one on the famous 1950 Holtkamp 3-73 incorporating much of the pipework of the previous Roosevelt organ at Crouse College Auditorium. The program includes works by David N. Johnson, Nicholas Scherzinger, Joseph Ahrens (1904-1999). Lesser known works of better known composers Bach, Tunder, Dupré, and Sowerby complete the very interesting program. Click the headline for details and to order.
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Fisk Organ at King's Chapel: Heinrich Christensen Plays
The Charles Fisk organ at King’s Chapel in Boston was built in 1964 very shortly after Daniel Pinkham began his 42-year tenure as organist. For the last two years of that tenure, Heinrich Christensen was his assistant and succeeded him as music director in 2000. A native of Denmark, he studied at the Royal Conservatory in Århus, with Olivier Latry in Paris, and James David Christie in Boston. Click the headline for repertoire and to order.
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The Los Angeles Cathedral Dobson Organ, 105 ranks!
In this first CD on the organ completed in February 2003 for the huge new Cathedral in Los Angeles by Dobson Pipe Organ Builders is played by cathedral organist Samuel S. Soria. The organ is featured on the cover of the The American Organist, April 2003, with an extensive article describing its creation. The organ has four manuals and 105 ranks, with four ranks at 32' pitch! Works are by Bach, Howells, Reubke, Messiaen, and Vierne. Click for more information
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The Philadelphia Organbuilder: Wesley Parrott & Matthew Glandorf Play
Organs by Patrick J. Murphy & Associates
2CDs for the Price of One! This Philadelphia organbuilder presents two CDs to showcase three organs built by his firm in 1999, 2000, and 2003 and to showcase two of Philadelphia’s fine organists, Matthew Glandorf and Wesley Parrrott. Murphy, one of three first recipients of the OHS E. Power Biggs Fellowship in 1978, founded his firm in 1987. The three organs are of moderate size and in differing acoustics. The playing of both organists is superb. Parrott plays fanfares and processions by several British composers and fantasies by Mozart, Liszt, and Sowerby. Glandorff improvises brilliantly, transcribes Rachmaninoff and Bartok, and plays Howells and Bach. Click the headline for details and to order.
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Permutations of Pot Roast
Organbuilder, OHS member, and superb organist, George Bozeman improvised this suite on the famous organ at Methuen during a live concert. The 11 sections of the suite are inspired by graphic artist Lee Haskell, who created a series of drawings. Click headline for repertoire
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A Small Wonder
This 6-rank pipe organ of 21 stops on two manuals and pedal has a footprint of only 120” x 34” and was custom built for the 50-seat chapel of First Presbyterian Church, New York City, by the firm of OHS member Sebastian Glück. Click headline for repertoire
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Organa Americana
Tom Trenney plays the 2003 Schantz 3-56 at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Savannah, Georgia. Andrew Kotylo joins him for Stephen Paulus' Paean for Organ Duet Click the headline for works by Anne Wilson, Shearing, Dudley Buck, Dan Miller, Ives, Paulus, Phillips, Jennifer Conner, and improvs by Trenny.
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Salem's Largest Tannenberg, Restored
Peter Sykes dedicates the largest extant organ built by America’s first native-trained organbuilder, David Tannenberg, commissioned in 1798 and having 2m & full pedal, was restored 1998-2003 by Taylor & Boody and resides in a concert hall with superb acoustics in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The dedication recital was played in March, 2004, including works by C. P. E. Bach, Christian Latrobe (brother of the American architect Benjamin Latrobe), Krebs, Mozart, Mendelssohn, and the premiere of a new work by Dan Locklair. Click picture for details
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The Lyon Roars, Mary Gifford Plays
Mary Gifford plays the 1902 Lyon & Healy 4-57 (surely the largest extant) built for the vast, barrel-vaulted splendor of the Basilica of Our Lady of Sorrows in Chicago. The organ never fails to impress and, for its second century of service, it is now being restored. The Lyon & Healy firm of Chicago built superb pipe organs 1895-1908, and harps bearing the name are still in production. Click the headline for repertoire and to order.
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Recordings of Felix Hell, Germany's Wunderkind!
Born in 1985, Felix Hell began playing concerts outside of his native Germany at age 8 and taking first prizes in various competitions at the same age. At age 18, he was the youngest organ major to graduate from the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. In 2008, at age 22, he completed graduate studies at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Hell's playing has been featured on television in both the United States and his native Germany, and has been featured on the weekly radio program, Pipedreams.
Click above to view several recordings!
Romantics & Classics: The Dobson Organ in St. Joseph's Abbey, Marcus St. Julien, Organist
Marcus St. Julien plays the 3m organ of 38 ranks built in 2000 by the Dobson Pipe Organ Builders of Lake City, Iowa, in the grand acoustics of St. Joseph Abbey, St. Benedict, Louisiana. Click the headline for works by Bach, Clerambault, Alain, Walther, Philip James, Pietro Yon, Franck, and Mulet.
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Mystics & Spirits: The Dobson Organ in St. Joseph's Abbey; Marijim Thoene, Organist
Marijim Thoene plays the 3m organ built in 2000 by Dobson firm for the grand acoustics of St. Joseph Abbey, St. Benedict, Louisiana. Works by Hovhaness, Atkinson, and Vosk were commissioned by Marijim Thoene. The unusual Vosk work is composed in six descriptive movements for the rare combination of organ and native American flute which is played by Kathleen Joyce-Grendahl. Works by Messiaen, Langlais, Tournemire and Bach bring the familiar to these fine, resonant sounds. Click the headline for titles.
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Sunday at 2, Balboa Park
Every Sunday afternoon between 2 and 3, no matter the weather, the great Austin organ sings forth from the Spreckles Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park, San Diego. Carol Williams, the first woman appointed Civic Organist of San Diego, plays another of her interesting programs for this occasion. Click Picture for Details & to Order
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Thomas Dressler Plays at Round Lake
Thomas Dressler Plays a varied program at the Round Lake Auditorium, home to the oldest large 3-manual tracker organ built in this country, by Davis & Ferris of New York in 1847, which is heard each summer in a series of organ recitals. Click Picture for Details & to Order
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James Hicks Plays American Classic Fantastic!
James Hicks plays a diverse program of 20th-century American music on Austin organ Op. 2234A, greatly enlarged by Austin in 1996 and also infected with 22 electronic stops exuding from the Swell, Choir, and Pedal, at The Presbyterian Church, Morristown, New Jersey. Works by Searle Wright, David N. Johnson, Titcomb, Reiff, Bingham, Ramon Noble, La Montaine, Hicks, Rhea, and Utterback. Click on headline for list of works.
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Spreckels on the March!
20 popular marches recorded on the Spreckels Organ performed by Carol Williams, San Diego's Civic Organist since 2001, located in Balboa Park San Diego, CA.
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<I>Poems & Variations</I>: Tikker at Claremont
Timothy Tikker plays the famous 3-77 organ at the United Church of Christ in Claremont, California, built in 1998 by Manuel Rosales in collaboration with Glatter-Götz Orgelbau. DUPRÉ: Évocation, Poème Symphonique TIKKER: Variations sur un vieux Noël TOURNEMIRE: Trois Poèmes (Psalms 22, 23, 150) Great Review in the Nov-Dec 2003 issue of The American Record Guide, "He [Tikker] emerges as a top-flight performer and interpreter, heard to good advantage on this magnificent organ . . . As usual, Raven's engineering is superb."
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Beckerath Retrospective
2 CDs for the Price of One! Organist Alison J. Luedecke plays the earliest four large large organs built for locations in North America by Rudolf von Beckerath, a great light in the Organ Revival worldwide and much appreciated for the beauty and timelessness of his organs. Featured are the very large organs built for Cleveland in 1957, Pittsburgh in 1962, and moderately large organs built for Montréal in 1959 and Stetson University in 1961. Superb sound is captured by engineer Ed Kelly. Click title for repertoire.
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Aaron David Miller Plays the Pasi Organ in Lynnwood, Washington
Reviews Arthur Lawrence in The American Organist, December 2003: "The Bach Vom Himmel hoch variations have no peer on CD . . . The same could be said for the Passacaglia. . . Sweelinck variations are lively and well articulated . . . Mendelssohn Sonata . . . is appropriately heroic . . . the Pasi organ is an equal partner . . . This winner of the 1996 AGO National Improvisation Competition brings enticing compositions of his own as well as improvisations and works by Bach, Sweelinck, and Mendelssohn to the fine organ built in 1995 with 34 ranks and greatly admired during the 2000 AGO National Convention.
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Ferré Preludes & Postludes 9-11
Susan Ferré plays the large Paul Fritts organ, Op. 18, at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington, in a wide variety of works suitable for postludes and preludes. Click the headline for works by Karg-Elert, Smyth, Langlais, Messiaen, Tournemire, Bolcom, Alain, Fanny Mendelssohn, Duruflé.
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Fast and Sinister: Scott Bennett at Grace Church, Charleston
Scott Bennett plays the 2002 Reuter enlargement to 68 ranks and rebuilding with many new, revoiced, and replacement ranks, and replacement of electronic stops with real ones, of their organ at Grace Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina. Works by Widor, Dupré, Sowerby, Gade, Reger, Bonnet, Reubke, and Sokola. Click picture for details
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Clyde Holloway Plays the Fisk-Rosales at Rice
Making the first CD of the large new organ resulting from the unique collaboration of Rosales Organbuilders and C. B. Fisk, Inc., at Rice University in Houston, Texas, this legendary organist records for the first time since his celebrated LPs were released decades ago. Great performances & super sound! REUBKE: 94th Psalm DANIEL-LESUR: In Paradisum WIDOR: Andante sostenuto (Sym. gothique) DEGRIGNY: Veni Creator J. S. BACH: Schmücke dich
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Blending Voices: Katharine Pardee at Rosales Organ, Seattle<BR>Organ Music from Belgium
The fabulous 4m Rosales in the Seattle Cathedral of St. James, played by itself and together with the 1907 Hutchings-Votey 4m in the West Gallery by Katharine Pardee in works by Jongen, Edgar Tinel, Franck, and Flor Peeters. Click on ikon for further description and to order
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For Weddings
Kevin Bowyer plays 23 selections from the Oxford Book of Wedding Music, organized into logical groups of six works each. Greatly useful for brides, their mothers, and church musicians! Recorded in Chichester Cathedral.
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Magnificat: Robert Benjamin Dobey<BR> Plays the Schoenstein, Sheboygan
Robert Benjamin Dobey performs on the Schoenstein organ at Our Lady of Walsingham, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Works by Dupré, Widor, Dobey, and Langlais. Click picture for repertoire
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Live from Balboa Park II, Robert Plimpton Plays
Recorded during Sunday afternoon concerts and in the stillness of early morning, this CD captures the most delicate tone of the famous “outdoor” 72-rank Austin organ. Click ikon for repertoire
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Visions of Eternity: Marcia Van Oyen Plays the Buzard Organ in Glenview, Illinois
Marcia Van Oyen plays repertoire with themes of eternity and resurrection on the 1999 John-Paul Buzard 3-69 organ, op. 21, at Glenview Community Church, Glenview, Illinois. Works by Utterback, Ferko, Fedak, Franck, Howells, George Shearing, Langlais, Tournemire, and Simon Preston. Click ikon for repertoire
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Pipedreams! & Michael Barone: Organ on the Radio
Beloved by radio listeners everywhere, the Pipedreams! radio program features host Michael Barone and organs and organ music of all kinds. A fine recording engineer as well as a fine program host, Michael Barone presents several Pipedreams CDs featuring very interesting performances and repertoire. The latest is Pipedreams Premieres, Volume 2
Martin Jean at Valparaiso University
In the largest collegiate chapel in the world, Martin Jean plays the famous organ, newly rebuilt and enlarged to 102-ranks by the Dobson Organ Company. Gospel Preludes of William Bolcom, Ad nos of Liszt, and works by Bach, Brahms, and Pachelbel. Reviews The Organ, "Amongst all the CDs I have of organs in the States, this is probably the best, both for instrument and performance: highly recommended."
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World's Largest Church Organ in Los Angeles
David Briggs plays the organ with more than 20,000 pipes in 346 ranks in First Congregational Church, Los Angeles, probably the world's largest church organ. Great acoustics for works by Walton, Vierne, Reubke, Fauré, and Briggs' own 3-movement improvisation on "A Mighty Fortress."
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Douglas Cleveland: Celestial Fire
Cleveland plays 20th-century American and French music on the new Goulding & Wood 3-69 organ in the fine acoustics of Saint Meinrad Archabbey in Saint Meinrad, Indiana. American composers Libby Larsen, Dan Locklair, Pamela Decker as well as Frenchmen Langlais and Dufuflé.
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Alan Morrison at the Newark Cathedral
The 154-rank Schantz organ (1954/1990) in the great acoustics of the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Newark, New Jersey, provide a special venue for magnificent organ works by Franck, Bach, Duruflé, and Reubke.
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Anton Heiller at Harvard: <br>The Legendary Performances
Heiller frequently came from Vienna to Boston to play Harvard's Fisk organ, which he greatly admired. Here, four of his live recitals which have never been released, as well as his famous recordings of the three Hindemith Organ Sonatas which have been unavailable for years, are combined into a set of four CDs.
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Rosales in San Antonio
The Rosales in San Antonio Texas, op. 15 completed in 1990 at University United Methodist Church, is played by David Heller. Resonant acoustics make the beautiful sounds of this organ’s 44 ranks on two manuals record handsomely. Works by Litaize, Widor, Alain, deGrigny, Bach and Kramer.
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David Liddle at St. Ignatius, New York
The blind English concert organist and composer plays the large Mander organ at St. Ignatius. HOLLINS: Concert Overture in c, F. H. WOOD: Scenes in Kent (Suite in 4 parts) LIDDLE: Variations on Mit Freuden zart, WIDOR: Symphonie Gothique
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Classic and Romantic on an 1841 Warren/1993 Wolff
L’ Orgue Classique et Romantique features the historic organ built in 1841 by Samuel R. Warren and subsequently rebuilt, most recently in 1993 by Hellmuth Wolff as 2-27 in the sumptuous Church of the Visitation in Montreal where Marc-André Doran is the organist and the player on this CD. Click picture for repertoire
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Organ Suites: Haig Mardirosian
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Guilmant in America
Recreating Guilmant’s first recital in America (played in 1893 at the Chicago World’s Fair on the Farrand & Votey) James Hammann records on the restored 1894 Farrand & Votey at St. Martin of Tours Church in Louisville, Kentucky. LEMMENS: Sonata No. 1 Pontificale BACH: Toccata in F BWV 540 SCHUMANN: Canon in B Minor, Op. 56, No. 5 MENDELSSOHN: Sonata No. 3 in A GUILMANT: Marche Funebre et Chant Seraphique; Invocation in B-Flat, Final in E-Flat
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Deferred Voices: <br>Christa Rakich Plays Organ Works of Women
At the Seattle AGO National Convention in July, 2000, Christa Rakich played magnificently at St. Mark's Cathedral. This program features women composers. She plays the 1933 Kilgen 3-39 at St. Justin's, Hartford, Connecticut
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Meditations from Grace
For organ and oboe: GIAZOTTO: Adagio in G (after Albinoni) KROL: Litanie Pastorale WEEKS: Pastoral Morning KREBS: Fantasia in F PINKHAM: Nocturne For organ solo: BACH: Jesus Christus, unser Heiland BWV 665a MENDELSSOHN: Prelude & Fugue in G JONGEN: Chorale in E COUPERIN: Elevation (Tierce en taille) BAIRSTOW: Evening Song with piano: arr. C. CALLAHAN: Amazing Grace

Meditations from Grace Most of the selections here were recorded on the large A. R. Strauss organ (Op. 35 /1991) at Grace Episcopal Church, Elmira, New York, and played by George E. Damp. He is joined in several selections by William Denton on oboe and on one selection on piano by Alice Bancroft Damp. Some selections were recorded on the Strauss organ (Op. 23) at First Baptist Church, Ithaca, New York.
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The Wanamaker Organ on the Radio
Taken from radio broadcasts which began in 1971, these programs capture the enthusiasm and artistry of the young Keith Chapman. A 2-CD set
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Wanamaker Organ on the Radio, Vol. 2
Volume II is a single CD featuring more outstanding interpretations by legendary Wanamaker Organist Keith Chapman, gleaned from the vaults of Chapman's radio broadcasts. Works by Purvis, Handel, Bach, Debussy, Froberger, Buxtehude, and the full resources of the organ in a Reger selection.
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Inaugural Recital, Meyerson Center, Dallas
David Higgs premieres C. B. Fisk Opus 100 at the Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas. Higgs performs works by Conrad Susa, Bach, d'Aquin, Franck, Conte, Hampton, Liszt, and Mozart
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Mary Preston at the Meyerson Vol. I
Widor: Symphony 3
Duruflé: Suite, Op. 5
Prèlude, Adagio et Choral varie Venie Creator
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Mary Preston at the Meyerson Vol. II

Works by Reger, Stifler, Greiter, Reubke, Rinck, and Doppelbauer
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Doug Reed & Fisk Op. 98
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Joyce Jones & the Baylor Létourneau
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Joyce Jones at Spivey Hall
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Joyce Jones at West Point
Great sound and playing of Bach, Roberts, Rheinberger, Tournemire, Dupré, and Joyce Jones' own improvisation on The Red Dragonfly
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West Point – 325 Ranks!
Lee Detra plays
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St. Patrick’s, NY
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Marilyn Keiser: Spiritual Pairs
Mostly 2-movement works explore duality in organ composition on the 94-rank Goulding & Wood organ recently completed at Christ Church Cathedral in New Orleans.
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In Search of the Lost Chord
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A Steere Plays in Brooklyn
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Murray at Immaculate Conception
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Karel Paukert Plays
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James Welch Plays a Schoenstein: Around the World in Under 80 Minutes
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The Dobson Rebuild: Wolfgang Rübsam at Valparaiso
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Brombaugh in Appleton

The Brombaugh at Appleton Wisconsin, Lawrence University, is played by George Damp. The 3m, 48-rank organ was completed as op. 33 in 1995.
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Ensemble Barbaroque

Ensemble Barbaroque comprises seven virtuosos who have employed, as the eighth player in their ensemble, an automatic pipe organ — a ‘’barrel organ.’’
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Romantic Masterpieces

Played in All Saints Cathedral, Albany, N. Y., by Susan Armstrong on the 6-division, 58-stop organ rebuilt by Austin in 1974 and ‘86 from Aeolian-Skinner’s 1956 rebuild of Austin’s op. 45 of 1904 and 1923.
$14.98
Organ Music of Reger and Vierne
David Craighead plays Rosales opus 11 of 87 ranks in Trinity Episcopal Church, Portland, Oregon.


Portland 1997
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Alan Morrison & Schantz

Hear the 1987 Schantz 3-37 in good acoustics at St. Luke’s Epis. Church, Dunwoody, Georgia.
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Go Tell It on the Mountain

Calvert Johnson plays the 1990 Bosch 2-22 at Sharp Memorial United Methodist Church in Young Harris, Georgia, in music by women and early Dutch works.
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Traditions
Special Price! Susan Marchant plays the C.B. Fisk Opus 106 Organ at Pittsburg State University.
$3.99
John Sittard plays Russell & Co. Opus 38<br>Old organs integrated into a new whole with two consoles
In the Cathedral of St. Paul, Worcester, Massachusetts, Russell & Co. has rebuilt the 1952 Casavant grand orgue containing Johnson pipework and a 1960’s Wicks orgue de choeur to create a new instrument in French Romantic style.
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Soaring Sounds of Majestic Antiquity
An organ to be heard at the 2007 OHS National Convention, this J. W. Steere organ was built for First Presbyterian Church, Franklin, Indiana in 1912 and expanded in 1988 by Goulding & Wood.
$12.98
Exultate <br>Music of Daniel Gawthrop
Mary Mozelle plays organ works of Daniel E. Gawthrop on the Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner/Mander organ in Princeton University Chapel.
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Moments of Majesty<br>Seasons of Celebration
When OHS visited the Archabbey of St. Meinrad in 1993, Goulding & Wood had not yet installed the present organ of 70 ranks and three manuals.
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Pageant: A Pipe Organ Spectacular
Thomas Bara, one of the organists and accompanists at St. Thomas Church in New York City under Gerre Hancock for many years, plays this recent (2003) organ built by The Reuter Organ Company for the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Francis Xavier in Alexandria, Louisiana.
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Organ Odyssey<BR>Mary Preston Plays Fisk Opus 100
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Music of Leo Sowerby and Frederic Chopin
Charles Callahan and Lorenz Maycher play on this recording to document the sound of the 1903 Hutchings-Votey 4-69 organ in the First Church of Christ, Scientist, New York City.
$16.50
Hohman By Request
Frederick Hohman plays the 1996 Austin 3-64 at St. John’s Episcopal Church, West Hartford, Connecticut, home church of the Austin family, where the previous Austin was destroyed in a devastating fire. Hohman plays favorites requested by Austin employees who built the organ: Wagner, Vierne, Purvis, Ducasse, Bach, Franck. Click icon for repertoire
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In Light or Darkness
For its recording premiere, Stephen Buzard sits at the 2008 Buzard Pipe Organ (Op. 37) with a superb choice of repertoire. Second Presbyterian Church in Bloomington, Illinois rings with the music of Mendelssohn, Paulus, Vierne, Reubke, Howells, and Schubert in bright registrations that do full justice to the instrument built by the performer’s father.
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Jack Mitchener Plays Christmas Organ Music
Jack Mitchener plays Christmas organ music on the 75-rank pipe organ built by C. B. Fisk as Op. 116 in 2001 at Finney Chapel, Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio.
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Bill Chouinard Premieres
Bill Chouinard Premieres the Casavant-Schantz Organ at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church in Mahtomedi, Minnesota

The 4-108 Casavant Opus 1177, first installed in 1927 in the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts now plays in Mahtomedi, Minnesota, with new electro-pneumatic chests and a new console by the Schantz Organ Company.
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1927 E. M. Skinner Op. 634, Rockefeller Chapel, Chicago
Kalevi Kiviniemi plays a colorful program befitting the tonal palette of this major instrument (4-110), recently enjoying restorative repairs by the Bradford Organ Co., reversing earlier changes. SIBELIUS: Finlandia BONNET: 2nd Legende, Caprice Heroique DUPRÉ: Magnificat, Antiphon, Crucifixion PIERNE: Prelude WIDOR: Andante Sostenuto SAINT-SAËNS: Prelude op. 99 AULIS SALLINEN: Chaconne KIVINIEMI: Improvisation KOKKONEN: Lux aeterna KANKANEN: The Moonlight
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Czech Organ Music
Organist Kathryn Moen plays Czechoslovakian repertoire on the organs of the Church of Saint Wenceslaus and First Lutheran Church, both in Minnesota and built by Charles Hendrickson.
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