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    In this episode we talk with Randall Harlow about his new CD Transcendante which features his transcriptions of the Transcendental Etudes of Franz Liszt.

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    Katelyn EmersonThis week we talk with Katelyn Emerson, winner of the 2016 National Young Artists Competition in Organ at the AGO National Convention in Houston. She took a moment while on tour in Paris to tell us about the competition and her future plans. Listen to it here:

      Music Heard in this episode:
      Performed by Katelyn Emerson
    • Charles Tournemire
      Victimae Paschali Laudes
    • Johann Sebastian Bach
      Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr (BWV 676)
      Live Recording from NYACOP Competition, June 18, 2016
      1996, 2004 IV/80 Schantz, St Paul’s United Methodist Church, Houston, Texas
    • Maurice Duruflé
      Prelude et fugue sur le nom d’ALAIN, op. 7
      1855 IV/68 Cavaillé-Coll, Cathédrale Notre-Dame, Saint-Omer, France

    Katelyn Emerson’s website

    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

    We begin our first show of 2016 with music from the Baroque period on period instruments. Listen to it here:

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    This week’s episode features the music of Johann Sebastian Bach performed on organs by Silbermann. Listen to it here:

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    Welcome to November. We start off this month with a show for All Saints’ Day. Listen to it here:

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    This week we explore organ music in the spirit of Halloween. Listen to it here:

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    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 we talk about several organ festivals happening around the world. Listen to it here:

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