Episode #1242

Appreciating Some American Classics

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Monday, October 22, 2012

Organist and archivist Lorenz Maycher reflects on the heritage of Aeolian-Skinner pipe organs.

Program details:

OLIPHANT CHUCKERBUTTY: Paean –James Culp (1949 Aeolian-Skinner/First Presbyterian Church, Kilgore, TX) Guild 7212.

EDWARD BARISTOW: Allegro giacoso, fr Sonata in E-flat –Neal Campbell (First Presbyterian, Kilgore, TX) VTOA Legacy 4.

DAVID McK. WILLIAMS: In the year that King Uzziah died (excerpt) –Choirs of 1st Presbyterian Church and Austin College/Robert Bedford, director; Roy Perry (First Presbyterian, Kilgore, TX) VTOA Legacy 4.

H. WALFORD DAVIES (arr. Perry): Solemn Melody. PAUL MANZ: God of grace and God of glory –Stephen Farrow (First Presbyterian, Kilgore, TX) VTOA Legacy 4.

G. F. HANDEL: Largo, fr Xerxes –James Culp (First Presbyterian, Kilgore, TX) Guild 7212.

ROY PERRY: Christos Patterakis. HEALEY WILLAN: Gelobet sei Gott –Roy Perry (First Presbyterian, Kilgore, TX) VTOA Legacy 4.

LEO SOWERBY: Prelude on Non nobis, Domine –Lorenz Maycher (1968 Aeolian-Skinner/First Trinity Presbyterian Church, Laurel, MS) VTOA Legacy 5.

THEODORE DUBOIS: Fiat lux –James Culp (First Presbyterian, Kilgore, TX) Guild 7212.

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