Posts Tagged ‘Frederick Hohman’

This week we stay in Lincoln, Nebraska as we talk about the Schoenstein organ of First-Plymouth Congregational Church in Lincoln, Nebraska. Brent Johnson is joined by First-Plymouth Minister of Music Tom Trenney and President and Tonal Director of the Schoenstein Organ Company, Jack Bethards. Listen to it here:

Jack Bethards
Jack Bethards

Tom Trenney
Tom Trenney

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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:

This week’s episode is about Léon Boëllmann, François Couperin, and Horatio Parker, and we check in with Carol Williams. Listen to it here:

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Today we conclude our interview with Dr. Frederick Hohman about his teacher David Craighead. Listen to it here:

Music used in this episode:

    From the album The Craigheads at Asbury performed by David and Marian Craighead
    Pro Organo CD 7046
  • Gustav Merkel – Sonata in D minor for Organ 4 Hands, op. 30 – III. Allegro con fuoco; Fuga
  • Howard Hanson – Chorale and Alleluia
  • Gustav Merkel – Sonata in D minor for Organ 4 Hands, op. 30 – II. Adagio
  • Gustav Merkel – Sonata in D minor for Organ 4 Hands, op. 30 – III. Allegro con fuoco; Fuga
  • 1956 IV/70 Austin op. 2215, Asbury First United Methodist Church, Rochester, New York

At The Organ returns! After an unexpectedly long hiatus, we are back with new episodes. Sadly, today’s episode is the first of a two-parter about organist David Craighead who passed away last month. Dr. Frederick Hohman joins us to share his memories of studying under David.

Music used in this episode:
Louis Vierne – Sixth Symphony in B – II. Aria – MP3 Download
Max Reger – Second Sonata in D minor – Introduction and Fugue – MP3 Download

Organ Music of Reger and Vierne – Delos DE 3096
1987 III/85 Rosales, Trinity Episcopal Church, Portland, Oregon
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This week’s episode is about Camille Saint-Saens, Joseph Jongen, C.P.E. Bach, and Hector Berlioz. Listen to it here:

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In this week’s episode we remember Horatio Parker and Francois Couperin. Listen to it here: