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This year's tour, number 49 led by Marilyn Mason, chair of the organ department at the University of Michigan, brought us to new and unexplored...
Miriam Clapp Duncan died on May 9 in St. Paul, Minnesota, at the age of 83. Former university organist and professor emerita at Lawrence University,...
A Harpsichordist's Magazine Rack Recent issues of Early Music, the sumptuously-produced quarterly journal from Oxford University Press, have had...
New carillon in West Virginia Nestled in the southern West Virginia Appalachian mountains, atop the administration building of a small liberal arts...
Michael Farris, Associate Professor of Organ at the Eastman School of Music since 1994 and co-chair of the Keyboard Department, died on March 27. Dr...
The new organ at St. James's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Virginia, was designed and built by C. B. Fisk, Inc., of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Opus 112...
The third annual East Carolina Religious Arts Festival was held in Greenville, North Carolina January 28-30, sponsored by the School of Music of East...
Organbuilding in the United States and Canada is a thriving art practiced in hundreds of shops throughout the continent. Emerging from decades of...
I read with very great interest and pleasure the recent contribution by Jan Overduin to The Diapason1, "Bach and Die Kunst der Fuge."...
1998 World Congress Report The 11th Carillon World Congress was held in Mechelen, Belgium, August 9-13, 1998. The welcoming recital was performed in...
James Holmes, organist and choirmaster long associated with the Episcopal Church of St. Matthew and St. Timothy in New York City, died of cancer on...
Pasi Organ Builders, Inc., Roy, Washington, has built a new organ for West Vancouver United Church, British Columbia. The firm's Opus 10 comprises 31...
The University of Michigan's 38th Annual Conference on Organ Music took place October 11-13, 1998. The conference began with three consecutive organ...
A common story of many an American organ builder's career is that they apprenticed in America and subsequently traveled to Europe where they...
Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951) began composing his Variations on a Recitative, op. 40 for organ on August 25, 1941 and completed the work forty-eight...
Hearing a pipe organ tuned in a sympathetic temperament is like discovering fine wine after a lifetime of roadhouse coffee. There is simply no...
Herbert Anton Kellner died on April 21 in Darmstadt, Germany. Born on December 25, 1938, in Prague, he studied philosophy, physics, mathematics, and...
Cover Noack Organ Co., Inc., Georgetown, Massachusetts Middlesex School, Concord, Massachusetts From the Organ Builder Trying to find the "right"...
The second symposium to be held at the American Organ Archives attracted organists, organ builders and organ historians from across the United States...
Nigeria has been blessed with very few, but seasoned organist-composers since the arrival of Christianity around 1842. The schools and churches built...