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Donald Wayne Dumler, age 77, died March 20 in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Born in 1938, he joined the staff of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City...
Recording Notes III Before my Frescobaldi recording sessions began, I found my thoughts drifting to the golf course, as they often do. For better or...
Broadening a harpsichordist’s horizons: East Texas Pipe Organ Festival 5 continues tradition A stunning series of pictures by photographer David...
When I was a kid . . .   KLH and WCRB I grew up in the rectory of the Parish of the Epiphany in Winchester, Massachusetts, where my father was...
Although much has been written about Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, it is still difficult to understand why (apart from his church music) so little...
Much has been said and written about conservation of historical organs, but fine old instruments, and even newer ones in good condition, continue to...
David E. Wallace & Co., LLC, Gorham, Maine Opus 73 Wallace & Co.’s Opus 73 is a portable instrument designed for both demonstrations and...
Emery Brothers, Allentown, Pennsylvania Christ Church in Short Hills, Short Hills, New Jersey   From the builder It is no secret that tonal...
Nunc Dimittis Peter McNeely Fyfe, 92, died May 7 in Nashville, Tennessee. For 35 years, he served as organist and choirmaster for Christ Church...
Recording Notes II Last month I recounted some musings that passed through my mind during preparation for my recent Frescobaldi recording sessions,...
Cuthbert and the Cow Cuthbert (634–687 AD) was a monk and later a bishop in the Northumbrian Church, in the northeast of England, the area of modern...
Readers of a report on the third Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society conclave, published in The Diapason for February 1983, were treated to four...
In honor of Marilyn Keiser’s 75th birthday (she was born on July 12, 1941), we offer this glimpse into her journey as a well-respected musician and...
Schoenstein & Co. Pipe Organ Builders, Benicia, California  Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Missouri This new organ is the...
Orgues Létourneau,St-Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada The Sabbatino Family Memorial Pipe Organ, St. Joseph’s Church in Greenwich Village, New York, New York...
Nunc Dimittis Richard William Knapp, 80, of West Simsbury, Connecticut, died February 21. Born in Mineola, New York, on May 15, 1935, Knapp earned a...
Bytes to be proud of: A reader comments on tempi in early music In mid-April I received a most welcome communication from musicologist and...
Recording Notes I At the end of last month’s column, I noted that I was scheduled to make a recording of Frescobaldi harpsichord music during the...
Living documents Purist: A person who insists on absolute adherence to traditional rules or structures. During the second half of the twentieth...
The Twenty-Second Robert and Joyce Jones Midwinter Organ Conference in Waco, Texas, brought together a stellar line-up of performers and presenters...
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