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Category Archives: Church
For May, I am offering a recording with *each* of these four restored organ pieces. Thank you to everyone who plays these pieces and spreads the word about worthy organ music from our past, but special acknowledgement must go to … Continue reading
New Duets Category In May, I am announcing another duet (4 hands) from our American past. So, it made sense at this point to add another category to my “Suggested Pieces” list. Just put your mouse over “Suggested Pieces” in … Continue reading
John Apple and David Palmer in Concert I posted the program on March 7, and here is the concert. Choose the first player for the entire program or choose individual tracks. Pieces that I have restored have links that will … Continue reading
New Recordings of My Restored Music Today, I’m posting the newest recordings of some of my restored music for you to hear. They are from a concert by John Apple and David Palmer from March 8 and here is the … Continue reading
Hello Michael. I already have in my hands as usual without any problem the PDF you sent me. The composition “Resurrection Morn” by Edward Johnston is very special and interesting. I sincerely recommend his compositions to share in recitals. Thank … Continue reading
Beyond the Aurora I’ve added a new recording for you to hear of Harry Bank’s “Beyond the Aurora.” Brent Johnson from Organ Live and At the Organ sent me his performance on the Kilgen/Möller/Reuter in Third Baptist, St Louis, Missouri. … Continue reading
For April, I am offering the cantabile styled companion piece to last month’s Elmore selection, a “Song without Words” by Mendelssohn, and a paraphrase on the song “Robin Adair” by Flagler. You can see that the theme for April is … Continue reading
Christmas in Sicily I’ve added a new recording for you to hear of Pietro Yon’s “Christmas in Sicily.” There is a link to the video in case you would like to watch. Christmas in Sicily
Greetings, blog readers. I have restrained my love for marches in March this year and offer only one, but it’s really popular. Also, look for another in my attempts in gaining some attention for the music of Robert Elmore (composer … Continue reading
Capsule Biographies of Organists I have added a biography of George Morgan because it seems that organists today do not know his name or his music.