View All Articles
GCNA Congress: Berea, Kentucky The 61st annual congress of The Guild of Carillonneurs in North America will be held June 17-20 on the campus of Berea...
Elwin L. Myrick of Hillsboro, Oregon, formerly of Springfield, died February 28 of age-related causes. He was 88. Born on April 18, 1914, in Gardiner...
Bradley Hunter Welch, currently organist of Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Dallas, won first place in the third Dallas International Organ...
Elizabeth and Raymond Chenault have blazed a trail for the art of the organ duet, enchanting audiences with their enjoyable performances and charming...
Those of us whose careers span a fair number of years can remember discovering the magic of word processors and e-mail as computers arrived on the...
Book Review Ensembles campanaires en Rhône-Alpes, Pierre Marie Guéritey. Seyssel: Editions Comp'Act, 1994. 229 pp., photos,...
Purcell manuscript acquired by British Library The British Library has acquired the only known keyboard manuscript by Henry Purcell, written in his...
The Noack Organ Co., Inc. of Georgetown, MA built its Opus 126 for St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salem, VA. Constructive cooperation between the...
Joseph Edwin Blanton died at his home in Albany, TX on April 8. Born on March 8, 1908 in West Texas, he attended Central High School in Washington,...
Richard Peek is minister of Music of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. In the small town of Leadville, CO, there are two...
Introduction The modern "orgelbewegung" organ revival has cultivated as a norm the German neo-Baroque organ, using stopped or partly stopped flutes...
Profile: McDonogh School The McDonogh School is an independent, endowed, non-denominational, college preparatory school for boys and girls. The...
Gladys Farmer Brodt, co-founder of Brodt Music Co., died in Charlotte, NC, on September 23. She started Brodt Music Co. in 1934 with her late husband...
The Berghaus Organ Company, Bellwood, IL, has recently completed a new 28-rank organ for St. Mary's of the Hills, Rochester Hills, MI. It is...
Henry Purcell, by Robert King. London and New York: Thames and Hudson, 1994. 256 pages, 103 illustrations, 13 in color. $34.95. Purcell Remembered,...
Part 1 of this interview appeared in the October issue of The Diapason, pp. 16-21. Q: I just wonder how you get all your energy. A: Well, maybe it's...
Books about the phenomenon known as the 20th-century harpsichord revival continue to appear. Among recent publications, none is so engrossing as...
Carillon dedication A new carillon on the North Campus of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, will be dedicated during a special ceremony on...
Herbert Nanney died on May 20 at the age of 77. Mr. Nanney was University Organist and Professor of Music at Stanford University from 1947-1985. Born...
Sebastian Matthaus Gluck, New York, NY, has built a new organ, Opus 6, for The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Christ, New York, NY. All carpeting and...