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  Herbert Nanney died on May 20 at the age of 77. Mr. Nanney was University Organist and Professor of Music at Stanford University from 1947...
  A brief history of the project The Murray M. Harris Company1 Murray M. Harris (1866-1922) is generally regarded as the Father of Organ...
  In his seminal article "The Economics of Superstars," in The American Economic Review1, Sherwin Rosen, professor of...
  A. David Moore, Inc.,  North Pomfret, Vermont All Hallows’ Parish, Davidsonville, Maryland   From the builder...
  In the immortal words of Charles  Dickens, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Now, please don...
  L viv, in westernmost Ukraine near the  Polish border, is a city poised to become a major tourist destination. It has graceful...
  Peter Westerbrink’s recital on October 14, 2011, marked the beginning of the “Schnitger’s Dream” festival,...
  In 2012 there are several composers whose anniversaries can be commemorated. There are several lesser-known names here whose...
  Some thoughts about substitution Substitution in organ playing—both with fingers and with feet—is a technique that is...
  Of the people, by the people, for the people . . .    . . . that government of the people, by the people, for the people,...
  Competitions In celebration of the 450th anniversary of the birth of Dutch composer Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562–1625), the...
  Dutch organist and conductor Charles de Wolff died on November 23, 2011 in Zwolle, the Netherlands, following complications from a fall in...
  Part 1 was published in the October 2007 issue of The Diapason.   Full disclosure As this second section is more personal, the...
  Glück Pipe Organs, New York, New York Faith Lutheran Church, New Providence, New Jersey The new pipe organ for Faith Lutheran...
  The East Texas Pipe Organ Festival took place November 14–17 in and around Kilgore, Texas, and was one of the best organ-related...
  I meet Herman Schlicker   After completing a master’s degree, I talked over options with my teacher, Robert Prichard. Since I...
  On October 8, 2011, the organ and sacred music performance students at Duquesne University, who study under the direction of Dr. Ann...
  Hard pieces and  recalcitrant passages This month I am writing about the phenomenon of pieces being difficult and the related...
  Ancient becomes the modern A quick, unscholarly search of the Internet tells me that besides the human voice, the flute is probably the...
Two Dutch organist/carillonneurs were named Knights in the Order of Oranje-Nassau: Adolph Rots of Garrelsweer and Gert Oldenbeuving of Zutphen...