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Glück Pipe Organs, New York, New York Marble Collegiate Church, New York, New York Marble Collegiate Church, known for its dynamic ministers and internationally acclaimed music programs, is most often associated with Norman...
This article is the continuation of a feature in the August 2015 issue of The Diapason. This article was delivered as a lecture for the Midwinter Pipe Organ Conclave on January 19, 2015, in La Grange, Illinois. The research...
The Twenty-Second Robert and Joyce Jones Midwinter Organ Conference in Waco, Texas, brought together a stellar line-up of performers and presenters to commemorate the centennial of Max Reger’s death (1873–1916). Featured...
Living documents Purist: A person who insists on absolute adherence to traditional rules or structures. During the second half of the twentieth century, organists and organbuilders learned a lot about purists. As we delved...
Recording Notes I At the end of last month’s column, I noted that I was scheduled to make a recording of Frescobaldi harpsichord music during the week when my usual plan would have been to write this June column. I had...
Bytes to be proud of: A reader comments on tempi in early music In mid-April I received a most welcome communication from musicologist and keyboardist Beverly Jerold Scheibert, whose extensive research adds considerable...
Nunc Dimittis Richard William Knapp, 80, of West Simsbury, Connecticut, died February 21. Born in Mineola, New York, on May 15, 1935, Knapp earned a bachelor of science degree in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of...
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