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In time for the third Spoleto Festival USA in 1979, a companion festival, Piccolo Spoleto, was organized in conjunction with the City of Charleston’s...
Dirk Andries Flentrop, undoubtedly the best-known Dutch organ builder of the past century worldwide, died on 30 November 2003 at the age of 93. (For...
On March 21 at 3 pm, Wolfgang Rübsam will play a recital commemorating the 80th anniversary of a recital by Marcel Dupré on the 1911 Casavant organ...
Fiftieth anniversaries are big events, whether a golden wedding anniversary or the commemoration of a pipe organ. Changing fashions and the tides of...
The 24th International Organ and Church Music Institute, directed by Marilyn Mason and held on the University of Michigan campus June 23-25, 2003,...
Portland’s historic Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, where Catharine Crozier was Artist-in-Residence from 1992 until her death, was the site for a...
Thomas Lassfolk Finch, 77, of Canton, New York, died of pancreatic cancer December 18, 2003. Born November 26, 1926, in Madison, Wisconsin, he...
Easy to overlook, at the bottom of a small display case in the basement archives of the Church of the Brethren in Elgin, Illinois, is a faded...
Nunc Dimittis Herman Bergink, 1924-1997 Herman Bergink was born May 15, 1924 in Enschede, The Netherlands, where he became a church organist at the...
Nunc Dimittis Herman Bergink 1924-1997 Herman Bergink was born May 15, 1924 in Enschede, The Netherlands, where he became a church organist at the...
William Self, distinguished American church musician, died last April. Born in April, 1906 in North Carolina, his early education took place at The...
When the idea of partnership is used to describe activities between priest and laity, what's usually thought of is a well-run Sunday School, a...
Organists from throughout the United States have come to appreciate the consistently informative and thought-provoking annual organ conferences...
At "The Organ in the New Millennium" conference held in April 1999 at Pacific Lutheran University, it was reported that, "The Pacific Northwest...
The name of Firmin Swinnen came to my attention when I was a teenage freshman at Drake University. It was then that I first heard Swinnen's virtuoso...
Looking Back Ninety years ago, The Diapason published its first edition. The December 1909 issue reported that-- Wilhelm Middleschulte played the...
Discoveries The discovery of not one or two, but six Spanish 17th-century harpsichords is detailed in Andreas Beurmann's lavishly illustrated article...
“Le Nadalet” Le Nadelet is an old bell tradition that fills the air with sonorous ringing each December. The tradition is common in the south of...
Vernon de Tar died on October 7 in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, at the age of 94. He was organist and choirmaster at the Episcopal Church of the...
Cover The Muller Pipe Organ Company, Toledo, Ohio, has completed the installation of a new organ for Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Little Rock,...