Dr. Horst Buchholz

Dr. Horst Buchholz


In this episode we talk with Dr. Horst Buchholz, Organist and Director of Music of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, and Vice-President of the Church Music Association of America. He tells us about the association and their annual Colloquium coming up next month in St. Louis.

Dr. Horst Buchholz
CMAA Colloquium 2016

Music heard in this episode:

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Today we’re talking with David Enlow, organist of the Church of the Resurrection in New York City, a member of the organ faculty of The Juilliard Schooland Dean of the New York City Chapter, American Guild of Organists. He’s discussing his latest album on the Pro Organo label, “Bach on Park Avenue”.

Bach on Park Avenue at Pro Organo records

David Enlow’s website

In this episode, Jim Logue interviews Father Christopher Smith, Episcopal Vicar and Rector of Christ Cathedral in Orange, California, and John Romeri, newly appointed Director of Music for the Cathedral, formerly known as the Crystal Cathedral. Thy discuss the church and the Hazel Wright organ, currently undergoing restoration in Italy.

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Christ Cathedral Website

This week, Jim Logue talks with organist Stephen Tharp as he prepares for the opening recital of the convention of the Organ Historical Society in Philadelphia. Listen to it here:

Stephen Tharp’s website
OHS 2016 – Philadelphia

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In preparation for the live broadcast of the new Schoenstein and Company organ at Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church in Ladue, Missouri, we’re revisiting out conversation with Jack Bethards this week. You can listen to it here:

Schoenstein & Co. Pipe Organs

The Ladue Chapel Organ Project

Organlive.com Tune-in links

Recital Program

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In this week’s episode we talk with Dr. Rhonda Furr, Convention Coordinator for the 2016 AGO National Convention in Houston, Texas. Listen to it here:

AGO 2016 National Convention Website

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Happy Valentine’s Day! This week we have an interview with Organ Media Foundation producer Brent Johnson, and we talk about some new changes this year in Internet Streaming, and some new things for you to look forward to this year. Listen to it here:

    Music heard in this episode:
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Prelude and Fugue in E minor (BWV 548)
    Jörg Abbing
    Recorded Live in Concert, April 10, 2015
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Sinfonia to Cantata 29, “Wir danken dir, Gott”, Arranged by Harvey Grace
    David Erwin
    Recorded Live in Concert, November 20, 2015
  • Louis Vierne
    24 Pièces in style libre, Op. 31 – Cortège
    Nicholas Botkins
    Recorded Live in Concert, October 9, 2015
  • 1947/2012 IV/72 Kilgen/Möller/Reuter, Third Baptist Church, St. Louis, Missouri

Some links with more information about new webcaster licensing:
Radio and Internet News
Pitchfork.com
Billboard.com

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In this week’s episode we remember Felix Mendelssohn, whose 207th birthday is February 3rd. Listen to it here:

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This week’s episode is about Francis Poulenc. Listen to it here:

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In this week’s episode we celebrate the upcoming 260th birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Listen to it here: