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The times they are a-changin’ When I was a teenager, I spent a lot of time in churches. We lived in a suburb of Boston that had a large Episcopal...
10 years ago in the August 2000 issue of The Diapason Cover: Wicks, First Baptist Church, Ocala, Florida Kyle Johnson appointed assistant professor...
With some help from our readers A harpsichord piece by Henri Mulet? In response to my article on Castelnuovo-Tedesco and his 1909 English Suite for...
John Courter, organist and carillonneur at Berea College and retired professor of music, died June 21, at the age of 68. Courter joined the Berea...
Andover Organ Company, Methuen, Massachusetts, Opus 117, 2009 Peter Griffin residence, Harpswell, Maine In February 2009, Andover Organ Company...
Salmen Organ Company, 2007, Wessington Springs, South Dakota The Yankton College Memorial Organ at United Church of Christ-Congregational, Yankton,...
The 27th Conference of Roman Catholic Cathedral Musicians was held January 4–7, 2010 in San Francisco, California. St. Mary Cathedral music director...
Grigg Fountain was born in October, 1918, in Bishopville, South Carolina. He attended Wake Forest College for a year and received a B.A. in music...
The January 2010 issue of The Diapason featured an article by Judit Angster and Francesco Ruffatti on organbuilders and research.1 This kind of work...
Buxtehude BuxWV 141 – Part 2: Fingering, pedaling, and practicing, part 1 In this month’s column, we will look at the opening section of the...
The hands of an artist Wendy and I are just back from a vacation in Greece. Our daughter Meg has lived in Athens for three years, and we’ve visited...
Part I was published in the October 2009 issue of The Diapason. The third volume in this cycle of Bulgarian organ composers was published in July...
Nichols & Simpson, Inc., Organbuilders, Little Rock, Arkansas Moorings Presbyterian Church, Naples, Florida The new Nichols & Simpson organ...
Sebastian M. Glück, New York, New York Park Avenue United Methodist Church, New York, New York Located at one of the busiest urban intersections in...
Part 1 of this interview was published in the March 2010 issue of The Diapason. Charles Dodsley Walker celebrated his 90th birthday on March 16. He...
The 16th National Choral Conference’s theme was “Rekindling Music Together: Finding Our Common Voice.” The American Boychoir, host for this...
Buxtehude BuxWV 141 – Part 1: Getting to know the piece This month we begin the process of working on the Praeludium in E major, BuxWV 141, by...
Wind I’m a nut for a good wind. We live by the ocean, and I never tire of the feeling of the wind coming off the water bringing fresh air and all the...
Martha Novak Clinkscale, American musicologist and researcher in the history of the early piano, died in Dallas on April 24 from injuries sustained...
10 years ago in the June 2000 issue of The Diapason Cover: Hellmuth Wolff et Associés, Ltée, Opus 43, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa...