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Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc., Warrensburg, Missouri SkyRose Chapel, Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, California Opus 46   SkyRose Chapel, in the...
Since 1985, the Summer Institute for French Organ Studies (SIFOS) has given American organists a unique opportunity to play and study historic French...
Schoenstein & Co. is the oldest and largest organ factory in the Western states. The Schoenstein family has been building instruments for five...
Robert Noehren died on August 4 in San Diego, California, at the age of 91. (See "Nunc Dimittis," The Diapason, September 2002, p. 8.) International...
Articles, Reports, and Reviews by author (boldface) and subject   Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival/USA. See Spicer. American Cathedral in Paris...
A Bach makes news All Charges Dropped Against Singer Who Threatened Murder My eyes were drawn to a news item from the Associated Press: "charges...
Fred Haley died suddenly at the age of 67 on September 14, 2002, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. An organist since age 15, he received his musical...
Marilyn Mason led the University of Michigan’s Historic Tour 46 of Italy and Austria from May 8–21, 2002. The cuisine was especially...
Knowledge In order to acquire knowledge about John Bull’s work, it is important to know a little bit about what knowledge actually meant at the...
On June 9, 2002, John Walker delivered the keynote address at the gala Open House at the Reuter Organ Company, Lawrence, Kansas. The following...
Wednesday, June 12 Acoustics dominated the discussion with David Pike of C.B. Fisk and acoustician Dana Kirkegaard, who has made modifications to the...
The 52nd annual Sewanee Church Music Conference was held July 15-21 at DuBose Conference Center in Mont-eagle, Tennessee and at the University of the...
John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders, Champaign, Illinois, Opus 27 St. David's Episcopal Church, Glenview, Illinois From the builder This instrument...
Gerald Albert Bales died on July 4 at University Hospital, London, Ontario, Canada, at the age of 83 after a heart attack. Born in Toronto in 1919,...
Making a crescendo with the least number of stops Perhaps there is no more obvious a signature item on factory-built organs than the ubiquitous...
Mr. Walker studied as an undergraduate at Trinity College, Hartford, with the great Dupré student Clarence Watters. Being thus indoctrinated and...
Small liberal arts college teaching is an area rich in challenges and creative possibilities. Having taught in the field for the past 34 years has...
Introduction The 1930s was a creative era in organ composition, both in Europe and the United States. Frenchman Louis Vierne composed his tonally...
Travelogue III This is the third and final installment of my travel journal with candid reflections on a 10-week carillon and organ recital tour...
Jeffrey Paul Radford died on August 12 at St. Francis Hospital, Blue Island, Illinois. He was 48. Mr. Radford was music director of Trinity United...