This week’s show continues our trip around the world with a stop in the Cathedral of Satiago de Compostela. Listen to it here:

    Music heard in this episode:
  • Organist Manuel Cela
    Johann Sebastian Bach
    O Mensch, bewein dein sünde groß (BWV 622)
  • Alexandre Boëly
    Fughetta sobre el Kyrie de Angelis
  • Jan Zwart
    Hymne Psalm 75
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit (BWV 668)
  • Organist Aart Bergwerff
    Dick LeMair
    Santiago de Compostela – MP3 Download
    Impressions of a Pilgrimage
  • Jean-François Dandrieu
    Mussette et grand jeu sobre O Filii

This week we start our summer organ tour around the world, and it starts in Christchurch, New Zealand, home of the “Cardboard” Cathedral. We feature some unique sounds from the Cathedral’s new 4-manual Rodgers Infinity 484MV Digital organ. Listen to it here:

    Music heard in this episode:
    All works are from the album Cardboard Cathedral Organ Capers
    performed by Martin Setchell
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Largo from Concerto no. 5 (BWV 1056)
  • Antonin Dvorak
    Largo from the New World Symphony
  • Martin Setchell
    Wedding March Extraodrinaire
  • Robert Schumann
    Canon in B minor, op. 56 no. 5

This week we’re celebrating the 238th birthday of the USA with a show of patriotic music from Atlanta and Boston. Listen to it here:

This week we hear an interview with organist Paul Fejko, Music Director and Organist of Gloria Dei Old Swede’s Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. Listen to it here:

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This week we explore some organs outside of churches from all over the world. Listen to it here:

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This week’s show is about the 100th Anniversary of Gustav Holsts’s The Planets, among other things. Listen to it here:

We celebrate the return of At The Organ today with a Pentecost episode by our new host, Jim Logue. Listen to it here:

We also hear some audio from this YouTube Video of James Hicks at the organ in Linkoping, Sweden:

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We’re happy to announce that At The Organ will be returning this Sunday with a new host, Jim Logue. You can hear it on Organlive.com each Sunday at 6am and 6pm Central Time, or you can find it right here, anytime after 6am on Sunday. We hope you’ll enjoy our reinvigorated show and share it with your friends!

Our website went away briefly when one of our hosts changed an IP and we didn’t catch it. Everything’s back, and we’re putting the last few missing (actually the first few) episodes back on the site.

Unfortunately we don’t know when the show will go back into production, but things are moving to get it back up and running. And we’re also looking forward to some fun live events this summer. Keep watching here for more updates.

At The Organ is still shuttered while other projects are taking priority. However, The Organ Media Foundation will be holding our first live broadcast event. Dr. Frederick Hohman will be performing at Third Baptist Church here in St. Louis on Sunday February 24, 2013. You can tune in and hear the performance live! Our broadcast will start at 3:00pm Central Time. To tune in, go to www.organmedia.org/live to tune in. Information about the program will be presented there. Tune in and join us for this exciting event!