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In 1960, in an article about Glenn Gould for The New Yorker magazine, Joseph Roddy harnesses Nietzsche's terms to describe a dichotomy he perceives...
Part 1 was published in the January, 2000 issue of The Diapason. As early as 1917 the grim effects of war became all too apparent with the...
During my Juilliard years in the early 60s, I spent many evenings being thrilled and moved by magnificent musical events at Church of the Ascension,...
Fabry Pipe Organs, Inc., Fox Lake, Illinois, has completed the final phase of a three-phase renovation of the organ at St. John's Episcopal Church,...
Our Savior's Church, Copenhagen Christianshavn is a unique section of Copenhagen that was founded by King Christian IV. During his court, music...
Marie-Madeleine Chevalier-Duruflé died on October 5 in Paris, France, at the age of 78. Internationally known recitalist and teacher, she was...
The Reddel Memorial Organ Dobson Pipe Organ Builders, of Lake City, Iowa, has completed rebuilding the Schlicker organ at Valparaiso University,...
The Eighth Biennial French Organ Music Seminar attracted 60 registrants for a commemoration of the centennial of the death of Aristide Cavaill...
  “Project 2000” was chosen as the name for the compilation of The Diapason Index—an electronic database of articles, general...
Alain, Jehan. See Dzuris. Apple, Warren. New Organ Music. Mar 11, May 13, July 13, Aug 12, Oct 11-12, Dec 12-13 Art of Fugue. See Kellner.   Bach....
An anomaly here means something unusual, a musical passage that does not conform to contemporary rules of counterpoint or otherwise deviates from the...
When Albert Neutel asked me to address the topic of the ?future of the organ,? I was somewhat dumbfounded.  At this point in my life I have...
Articles, Reports, and Reviews by author (boldface) and subject   Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival/USA. See Spicer. American Cathedral in Paris...