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Part 1 was published in the January, 1996 issue of The Diapason. es ist genug... by Sten Hanson Background Sten Hanson, born in 1936 in Klövsj...
Profile: Germantown, PA In Philadelphia's historic Germantown on Germantown Avenue at High Street stands the First United Methodist Church of...
The fifth annual Conference of the Brazilian Association of Organists and Organ Builders coincided with the third annual Latin-American Conference of...
Organ restoration topics were featured prominently at the 1995 AIO convention in San Jose. Monday's lectures included Jonathan Ambrosino's overview...
Pasi Organ Builders, Inc., Roy, WA, has built a new organ for Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA. The two-manual and pedal instrument comprises 29...
Profile: Miraculous Medal Shrine St. Vincent's Seminary was established in 1867 in Germantown, PA, about eight miles northeast of Philadelphia. A...
Background William Albright, born in Gary, Indiana in 1944, attended the Juilliard Preparatory Department, the University of Michigan, and the Paris...
Introduction and note on sources Ton Koopman has visited Vancouver, Canada many times in his worldwide travels. There he has played numerous concerts...
The Faucher Organ Company of Biddeford, ME has recently completed their Opus #9 for St. Catherine of Siena Church in Preston, CT. It replaced an...
The Evergreen Church Music Conference took place July 24–30. Because the original site in Evergreen, CO (home of the conference since its...
Bok Tower Festival The eleventh International Carillon Festival at Bok Tower Gardens near Lake Wales, Florida, will take place February 10-18, 1996...
Isolde Ahlgrimm, harpsichordist, scholar, master teacher, died in Vienna on October 11, 1995. Born July 31, 1914, Ahlgrimm was recognized...
Harold P. Berg, of Schaumburg, IL, died September 26 at the age of 82. He was born on June 14, 1913 in Chicago, and served as organist and choir...
Information supplied by George Edward Damp, University Organist, Associate Professor of Music, and Chair, Departments of Music History and Historical...
The Centennial Facsimile Edition of The Organ, Vols. I & II, May 1892-April 1894, Everett E. Truette, editor and publisher, Boston, was published...
One of the leading events to make news on the OrganNet--technical name, PIPORG-L--was the 1995 convention of the American Institute of Organbuilders...
The forty-seventh annual convention of the Organ Historical Society took place in Chicago, with some forty events scheduled throughout the seven-day...
Cover B. Rule and Company, New Market, Tennessee First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, Tennessee The First Presbyterian Church of Columbia,...
Celebrating the Couperin   Jane Clark and Derek Connon: The mirror of human life: Reflections on François Couperin's Pièces de...
Profile: Covington, Kentucky The Carroll Chimes are located just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati in the city of Covington, Kentucky. Somewhat...