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Clyde Neville English died June 18, three days short of his 95th birthday, in Morgantown, West Virginia. He was professor emeritus at West Virginia...
Richards, Fowkes & Co., Ooltewah, Tennessee Opus 17, 2010 The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration, Dallas, Texas The Episcopal Church of the...
Christ the King Lutheran Church, Walnut, California Knight Organ Company, builder, San Diego, California Manuel Rosales Organ Builders, voicer, Los...
This is a work that has occupied me for the whole of the previous year in an effort to make it worthy of the lofty name it bears. It is also a work...
Introduction Joe Hoppe has been organist and director of music for over 40 years at St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church in New Orleans, Louisiana,...
Boëllmann Suite Gothique, Part 2: First movement This month’s column looks at the first movement—Introduction-Choral—of the Suite Gothique. In the...
Don’t blame the tools The carpenter is finishing a house. He’s carefully measuring and mitering baseboards, windowsills, and doorjambs. He’s...
Margaret T. “Meg” Flowers died April 30, at the age of 71, in Houston. She earned a BA from Vassar College in 1960, and MMus and DMA degrees from...
M. L. Bigelow & Co., Inc., American Fork, Utah St. Paul Lutheran Church (ELCA), Davenport, Iowa “What’s the largest organ you guys have built?”...
Marceau & Associates Pipe Organ Builders, Inc., Seattle, Washington Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle, Washington From the builder My...
In the summer of 2009, I embarked on a journey unusual for most organists: I left “our” side of the console and spent two weeks in the pipe chambers...
This year we commemorate the 300th anniversary of the death of Bernardo Pasquini. Although much attention has been given in the past few decades to...
Boëllmann Suite Gothique, Part 1: Getting to know the piece This month’s column is the first in the current series to take a look at the Boëllmann...
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...