This week we celebrate with music the Feast of Christ the King. Listen to it here:


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This week’s show is about composer Franz Schubert, who died November 19, 1828. Listen to it here:


This week we honor Veterans as Americans celebrate Veterans Day. Listen to it here:


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This week we have music in honor of All Saints Day. Listen to it here:


    Music heard in this episode:
  • Hymn All Saints (DARWALL’S 148th)
    Michael Kleinschmidt
    Recorded live at the AGO Region VII Convention Hymn Festival, June 17, 1997
    1990 III/64 Nichols and Simpson, Christ Episcopal Church, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Daniel Gawthrop
    Come, Come, Ye Saints (From Four Trio Preludes)
    David Pickering
    Like a Fire – Grace Notes Media GNM-0701
    1996 III/64 Wolff, Bales Recital Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
  • Erik Satie
    Les vêpres du Commun des Saints, op. 51 – MP3 Download
    Arturo Sacchetti
    Erik Satie and French Rarities of the XXth Century – Arts Music 47641-2
    1965 Tamburini organ, Salesian Pontifical University Church, Rome, Italy
  • Frederick Magle
    All Hallows Mass – Motet Alting har sin tid på jorden
    Bennie Sanden Reebirk
    Lise-Marie Groll, Soprano, Klaus Munk-Nielsen, Cello
    1992 II/22 Frobenius, Skelgård church, Copenhagen, Denmark

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This week we continue to explore organ music for Halloween. Listen to it here:


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This week we listen to music of Halloween. Listen to it here:


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This week we remember British composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. Listen to it here:


Today’s show is about William Russell, Louis Vierne, Camille Saint-Saëns, and Giuseppe Verdi. Listen to it here:


This week’s episode we celebrate several milestones: The premiere of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, the deal of composer Hendrick Joosten Speuy, the birthday of Dr. Francis Jackson, and the death of Dutch composer Carl August Nielsen. Listen to it here:


This week’s show is about organbuilder Kenneth Tickell who passed away earlier this year. Listen to it here: