Archive

September 2012
    George Anthony (“Tony”) Robertson died June 24 of complications following surgery in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He was 64. Born in Macon, Georgia, November 21, 1947, he began piano study at age...
Ingenious design After spending hundreds of nights in New York hotels over the years, and having had the opportunity to borrow a friend’s place in Greenwich Village for several months, Wendy and I decided last winter that we...
  Organ Method—concept and  introduction This month’s column marks the fifth anniversary of On Teaching. During those five years I have written about all sorts of things having to do (mostly) with organ teaching,...
  The ninth festival had barely finished before people were clamoring to know when the next one would be! Once again, the Instituto de Órganos Históricos de Oaxaca (IOHIO) offered a unique celebration of Oaxacan culture...
  Quimby Pipe Organs,  Warrensburg, Missouri  Opus 67: 3 manuals, 38 ranks First Congregational Church,  Greeley, Colorado Quimby Pipe Organs’ new Opus 67, completed in the summer of 2011, at the First...
  David E. Wallace & Co.,  Gorham, Maine St. Paul’s Anglican Parish,  Brockton, Massachusetts David E. Wallace and Company has completed their Opus 66 for St. Paul’s Anglican Parish of Brockton,...
  Lee Dettra retired four years ago after 53 years of serving churches and universities in Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, and Delaware. A graduate of Westminster Choir College, he also earned the Master of Sacred...