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Sunday, October 17, 2010

On this edition of Pipedreams, find out how the varied art of the organ builder is alive and well throughout the world. Featured is a varied showcase of recent instruments from around the U.S.

Music Featured on this Program:

ANTONIO VIVALDI (transcribed by J.S. BACH): Concerto in a (BWV 593) –Ulrik Spang-Hanssen (2006 Lewtak/St. Joseph’s Church, Camillus, NY) Lewtak 2006)

FREDERICK HERBERT WOOD: Scenes on the Wye (Rhayader-Monmouth-Symonds Yat) –Simon Nieminski (2006 Nichols & Simpson/First Baptist Church, Abilene, TX) Pro Organo 7221

LEO SOWERBY: Air with Variations, from Suite for Organ –William Entriken (2004 Glück/First Presbyterian Church, New York, NY) Glück 5770

MAX REGER: Toccata in d, Op. 59, no. 5. JOHN HATTON (attrib.): Duke Street. J.S. BACH: Vom Himmel hoch. TIMOTHY ALBRECHT (arranger): A mighty fortress –John Richardson & Joy Hayner (2006 Parkey/Living Grace Lutheran Church, Tucker, GA) (2004 Parkey/St. Mark United Methodist Church Chapel, Atlanta, GA) (2005 Parkey/Piedmont College, Demorest, GA) Parkey 2007

GEORGE SHEARING: Jerusalem, my happy home. MARCEL LANQUETUIT: Toccata –Matthew Michael Brown (2009 Parkey/First United Methodist Church, Salisbury, NC) Parkey 2009

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