This week’s episode brings us some music by British and French composers Stanley, Handel, and Boëly. Listen to it here:

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This week we feature several beautiful and historic organs from around the world – Germany, Switzerland, Mexico, and the Netherlands. Listen to it here:

This week’s episode is all about the music of Olivier Messiaen. Listen to it here:

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This week we feature music form the Netherlands, Spain, Motréal, and Idaho. Listen to it here:

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Today’s episode is all about George Frederic Handel. Listen to it here:

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This week’s episode falls on Easter Sunday, so today we have music for Easter! Listen to it here:

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Today we are joined by organist David Boos to talk about him and his music. You can listen to it here:



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    Music heard in this episode
  • Georg Muffat
    Toccata Octava from the “Apparatus Musico-Organisticus”
    Olga Minkina
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Trio Sonata No. 3 in D minor – 3rd movement
    Olga Minkina
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
    Chorale Prelude “Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland” (BWV 660)
    David Boos
  • Nicolaus Bruhns
    Prelude in e-Minor (The Great)
    David Boos

We conclude our series of discussions about the 2015 AGO Regional Conventions with an interview with Dr. H. Joseph Butler about the Southwestern Regional Convention to be held in Fort Worth, Texas June 28-July 1. Listen to it here:


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This week we’re back with another interview about another AGO Regional Convention. This time we hear from Dr. Alan Lewis discussing the Mid-Atlantic convention to be held in Pittsburgh June 21-24. Listen to it here:


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We continue through our discussion of AGO Regional Conventions, this week speaking with Dr. Stanley Wicks from San Diego about the West Regional Convention which will be held June 28 through July 2. Listen to it here:

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