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  • Archive for September 2014

    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:

    This week we talk with Dr. Jan Kraybill about her new new album Organ Polychrome, The French School. This album is the premiere recording of the Casavant Organ in Helzberg Hall in Kansas City, Missouri. Listen to it here:

      Music heard in this episode:
    • Felix Alexandre Guilmant
      Caprice in B-flat, op. 20, no. 3
    • Louis Vierne
      Pièces de fantaisie, op. 51 – Prélude
    • César Franck
      Pièce Heroïque
    • Florent Schmitt
      Prière (Prélude in G minor), op. 11
    • Eugène Gigout
      Grand-Choeur dialogué, from Six Pipeces
    • Organ Polychrome – Reference RR-133
      Jan Kraybill
      2011 IV/102 Casavant, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, Missouri

    Reference Recordings

    This week’s show is in remembrance of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Listen to it here:

      Music heard in this episode:
      Dan Locklair
    • Rubrics, liturgical suite for organ: 2. Silence may be kept
    • The Aeolian Sonata – I. Aus tiefer not (Out of the Depths I Cry to Thee)
    • The Aeolian Sonata – II. Shalom (Peace)
    • The Aeolian Sonata – III. Laudate Dominum (O Praise the Lord)
    • The Music of Dan Locklair – Loft LRCD-1110

      Marilyn Keiser

      IV/90 2007 Casavant, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, Indiana