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Monday, May 13, 2013

Pipedreams this week presents an international sampler of recent pipe organ installations in Virginia, New Jersey, Louisiana and England.

Program details:

EGIL HOVLAND: Toccata, Now thank we all. WILIAM BOYCE: Voluntary in D. HELMUT WALCHA: Vom Himmel hoch. JOHANNES BRAHMS: O Welt, ich muss dich lassen. PAUL MANZ: Prelude on Cwm Rhondda –Mark Laubach (2010 Parsons/St. George's Episcopal Church, Fredericksburg, Va.) Arts Laureate 2011.

SEBASTIAN GLÜCK: Voluntary in G. LEON BOËLLMANN: Priere a Notre-Dame, fr Suite Gothique, Op. 25. CESAR FRANCK: Offertoire in E-flat –John Girvin (2011 Glück/Faith Lutheran Church, New Providence, N.J.) Glück 5772.

PETER WARLOCK (arr. Teague): Capriol Suite –Philip Scriven (2011 Mander/Cranleigh School Chapel, Surry, England) Regent 398.

J.S. BACH (arr. Hamman): Jesu, joy of man's desiring –James Hamman, organist. GUY WEITZ: Regina Pacis, fr Symphony on Gregorian Themes –Thomas Murray (2010 Murphy/St. Patrick's Church, New Orleans) Murphy 2012.

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