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Cover Hendrickson Organ Company, St. Peter, Minnesota Church of St. Peter, St. Peter, Minnesota   When in March, 1998, a tornado gutted the Catholic...
Major information to be added to the short biographical sketch presented in the first brief article of four decades ago, is Distler's membership in...
Robert J. Powell is one of the most recognized names in contemporary church music. He has a countless number of publications in every genre and has...
Cover Paul Fritts & Company, Tacoma, Washington Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey   On February 2, 2001, the new Joe R....
September 11 Toll Bells and carillons tolled around the world to mourn the tragic losses of 11 September 2001. Many American carillonneurs played...
Herman Berlinski died at the age of 91 on September 27 at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, after suffering a heart attack and a stroke. His...
The 51st annual Sewanee Church Music Conference was held July 9-15 at DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle, Tennessee, and at the University of the...
Introduction Robert Noehren will celebrate his 91st birthday on the 16th of this month. He has enjoyed an unusual musical career and is perhaps the...
  Introduction John Stanley (17121-1786), as organist of All Hallows, Bread Street, London (1723-1726), of St. Andrew's, Holborn, London (1726-...
American carillon art as seen from one Dutchman's perspective Dutch carillonneur Arie Abbenes is municipal carillonneur of Utrecht, The Netherlands...
James W. Evans died at his home in Kansas City, Missouri, on April 12. Mr. Evans was professor of organ in the Conservatory of Music of the...
Some topics in organ building, such as history, receive much attention.  Other topics, such as turbulence in the organ wind, receive little. A major...
Over the many years since its inception, The Diapason has devoted a special section of each monthly issue to the publication of organ recital...
Cover Bedient Organ Company, Lincoln, Nebraska Sharon United Methodist Church, Charlotte, North Carolina The chancel of Sharon United Methodist...
New (Old) Music for Harpsichord First Facsimiles New from the French publisher J. M. Fuzeau is a two-volume set of facsimiles enclosed in a folder-...
Charles Henderson, editor emeritus of The American Organist, died peacefully in his sleep at his daughter's home in Bronx, New York, on June 24. A...
The Reuter Organ Company has built a new manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters at 1220 Timberedge Road in Lawrence, Kansas. Reuter, a...
From the Harpsichord Editor:  Since a first meeting at a Bruges Harpsichord Competition more than thirty years ago, I have come to treasure Dodgson...
A large 1870 E. & G. G. Hook organ, previously in Woburn, Massachusetts, has been moved to Holy Cross Church, Berlin, Germany,where it will be...
Those attending the Italian Festival of Music at The University of Michigan enjoyed a good portion of Mediterranean musical sunshine during the...