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Cornel Zimmer Organ Builders, Denver, North Carolina Opus 135 Summerall Chapel at The Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina Established in 1842, The Citadel stands as one of the foremost military academies in the United States...
Lee T. Lovallo Pipe Organs Antelope, California Paul Dessau residence Carmichael, California Constructed in 2016 and 2017, this new organ was conceived for playing Renaissance and early Baroque literature, especially the...
Since the Renaissance, keyboard repertoire has included pieces originally written for other instruments. Beginning in the nineteenth century, the transcription became a genre of its own. Arrangements for organ have been...
The presence of two American organists as recitalists and lecturers at the Beijing Baroque Music Festival in November 2017 can be seen as significant, not only in extending to the organ the ongoing musical interchange...
The Conference of Roman Catholic Cathedral Musicians (CRCCM) met in Kalamazoo, Michigan, January 8–11 for its thirty-fifth annual gathering. Thomas Fielding, director of liturgy and music at Saint Augustine Cathedral,...
A glimpse into actual eighteenth-century performance practices Early in April I received a copy of Beverly Jerold’s fascinating article on performance standards in Handel’s London. The American musicologist, a...
When it’s time, it’s time. Old friends from New Haven came to New York for an overnight visit on Friday, April 13. We heard the Boston Symphony Orchestra play at Carnegie Hall that night, and spent Saturday morning at the...
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