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Monday, November 04, 2013

Pipedreams this week features prize–winning young organists who explore intriguing repertoire beyond the same–old–same–old.

Program details:

GASTON LITAIZE: Epiphany. AUGUSTIN BARIÉ: Elegy –Joseph Ripka (2005 Glatter–Götz–Rosales/Augustana Lutheran Church, West Saint Paul, Minn.) Pipedreams Archive (r. 11/20/11).

GASTON LITAIZE: Scherzo, fr Douze Pieces –Jacob Street, organist. LITAIZE: Prelude et danse fuguée –Daniel O’Connor (2009 Schlueter/New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C.) Pipedreams Archive (r. 7/4/10).

ELSA BARRAINE: Prelude & Fugue No. 1 in g –Dongho Lee (2010 Fisk/Auer Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.) Pro Organo 7245.

DAVID YAZBEK: Dirt Rotten Scoundrels Overture. RANDY NEWMAN: When she loved me. BRUCE HEALEY: Fantasmic –Nathan Avakian (1928 Kimball/Cleveland High School Auditorium, Portland, Ore.) Avakian Creative Works 709.

CALVIN HAMPTON: In Paradisium. EMMA LOU DIEMER: I danced in the morning –Marshall Cuffe(1998 Dobson/St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 6/22/08).

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Comments [1]

Denise Reed from Astoria Oregon

We have an Estey pipe organ in Astoria that we are refurbishing. We would like to find out about the availability of organists that have played the music of Bruce Healy and others. Could we get contact information for any of these performers and the composer Bruce Healy?
I represent a group in Astoria, called the PAC partners as we are trying to save an old church that has been used as a performing arts center.

Denise Reed - ncoastchorale.com

Jan. 27 2014 09:19 PM

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