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In January 2005, Wicks Opus 4497 left Highland, Illinois for the second time. The organ was designed and built in 1965 for Sacred Heart Cathedral in...
Tuesday, September 28 Wall sconces taking the form of artillery shells line the nave of the Protestant Cadet Chapel of the United States Military...
The pipe organ gives us all a lot to talk about. We can trace its history back to the panflutes of the sixth century B.C. The hydraulis, the earliest...
Facsimiles from Fuzeau: Sources for Lifelong Learning Alternately fascinating and frustrating, facsimiles of original manuscripts and printed...
James A. Burns (Brother Gregory), Oblate of Quarr Abbey, Isle of Wight, composer, professor of chant, organist, and choirmaster, died February 3 of...
Karl Wilhelm, Inc., Mont St-Hilaire, Quebec, has built a new organ for Concord United Methodist Church, Knoxville, Tennessee. The mechanical-action...
Bedient Pipe Organ Company, Roca, Nebraska St. Paul United Methodist Church, Lincoln, Nebraska From the pastor St. Paul United Methodist Church was...
In October and November of 2004, a group from Ann Arbor, Michigan presented the premiere of The Breath of the Spirit, a work for organ, flute, and...
From September 10-12, 2004, the seventh annual Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival/USA was held at the First Church of Christ, Congregational, in...
"We Americans can make our most significant contribution to the history of the organ if we just remember that, above all, the organ is expected to be...
Works of the 1970s The title of the ten-minute The Second Service, Op. 62 (1971) is puzzling, for there is no known first service, unless one counts...
Martin Pasi, Organbuilder, held an open house December 18, 2005 in his Roy, Washington shop to showcase the new organ for Church of the Ascension,...
Felix Aprahamian, noted music critic, died in London on January 15. Born in London on June 5, 1914, he was honorary secretary of the Organ Music...
LP in LA: The 47th National Convention of the American Guild of Organists July 4-9, 2004 More than 2000 organ enthusiasts spent an exhilarating week...
Kenneth Leighton was born on October 2, 1929, at Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. His formal education was at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School,...
Organ enthusiasts who wish to learn about organs far outside their immediate vicinity have at their disposal a number of search engines to survey the...
Church musicians from 26 states participated in the 54th annual Sewanee Church Music Conference July 12-18 at DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle...
The University of Michigan School of Music held its 44th Conference on Organ Music October 3-6, 2004, under the direction of Dr. Marilyn Mason,...
Enrique Alberto Arias, 63, died on December 1, 2004, at Weiss Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Survived by close friends and colleagues, there are no...
Fabry Inc., Fox Lake, Illinois The Community Church, Ludington, Michigan Fabry Inc. has been maintaining the church’s 3-manual, 27-rank Wicks pipe...
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