Episode 1 – February 7

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This week’s episode kicks off our new show with some examples of new organs, new music, and new organists. Our hosts are Mark Scholtz and Bill Stein.

Playlist

Title: Fanfare
Composer: John Cook
Organist: Christian Lane
Album: Sounds of the Yard
Organ: 2012 III/54 C.B. Fisk, Memorial Church, Harvard University

Title: Exaltations – II. Reflective
Composer: Carson Cooman
Organist: Harry Huff
Album: Wild Sunrises – Raven OAR-932
Organ: 1920 IV/123 E.M. Skinner, Old South Church, Boston, Massachusetts

Title: Tanz Toccata
Composer: Anton Heiller
Organist: Daryl Robinson
Album: Sempre Organo – Pro Organo CD 7261
Organ: 1997 III/83 Fisk/Rosales, Rice University, Bates Concert Hall, Houston, Texas

Title: Étude Héroïque, op. 38
Composer: Rachel Laurin
Organist: Isabelle Demers
Album: Rachel Laurin Organ Works – ACIS APL61256
Organ: 1920 IV/71 Casavant, Eglise des Saints-Anges-Gardiens, Lachine, Quebec, Canada

Title: Voluntary in A minor
Composer: John Stanley
Organist: Benjamin Nichols
Album: The Merton Organ – Delphian DCD 34142
Organ: 2013 III/52 Dobson, Merton College Chapel, Oxford University

Title: An Wasserflüssen Babylon (BWV 558)
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Organist: Margaret Phillips
Album: Margaret Phillips plays Bach – Regent REGCD454
Organ: 2007 III/65 Flentrop, St. Nicolaaskerk, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium

Title: Rhapsody no. 3 in C-sharp minor
Composer: Herbert Howells
Organist: David Baskeyfield
Album: David Baskeyfield – Grand Prize Canadian International Organ Competition 2014 – ATMA Classique ACD2 2719
Organ: 1914/1955 IV/119 Casavant, St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Toronto, Canada

Title: Prelude and Fugue in G minor, op. 7 no. 3
Composer: Marcel Dupré
Organist: Jan Kraybill
Album: Organ Polychrome – Reference RR-133
Organ: 2011 IV/102 Casavant, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, Missouri