Episode 14 – May 8, 2016

In this week’s show we talk about organs built in St. Louis.
This episode has been underwritten by Wicks Organ Company
Hosts: Mark Scholtz, Bill Stein, Brent Johnson

Playlist

Title: Vor deinen Trhon tret’ ich (BWV 668) and Wer nur den lieben, Gott lasst walten (BWV 647)
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Organist: Bill Stein
Organ: 1890 II/34 J. G. Pfeffer & Sons, St. Joseph Catholic Church, St. Louis, Missouri

Title: Ave Maria
Composer: Anonymous
Organist: Christina Harmon
Album: Eight Historic Pipe Organs of the Copper Country – Raven OAR-928
Organ: 1905 II/16 Kilgen, St. Paul the Apostle Church

Title: Ave Maria, op. 80 no. 5
Composer: Max Reger
Organist: Stephen Tharp
Album: Resurrectio – JAV
Organ: 1934 III/34 Kilgen, Our Lady of Refuge Church, New York, New York

Title: Praeludium in G minor
Composer: Johann Pachelbel
Organist: Edward Moore
Album: Martin Ott Opus 83
Organ: 1995 II/30 Ott, First Presbyterian Church, Urbana, Illinois

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Title: Scherzo
Composer: Eugène Gigout
Organist: Maxine Thévenot
Album: Fiesta! – Raven OAR-912
Organ: 2002 III/65 Reuter, Cathedral of St. John, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Title: Prelude in C
Composer: Charles Callahan
Organist: Charles Callahan
Album: Charles Callahan plays American Music at Sacred Heart, Tampa Florida – Pro Organo CD 2223
Organ: 1993 IV/54 Moller/Wicks, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Tampa, Florida

Title: Second Symphony – Rhapsodie
Composer: Edward Shippen Barnes
Organist: Simon Nieminski
Album: The Organ Symphonies of Edward Shippen Barnes – Pro Organo CD 7131
Organ: 1937 III/57 Wicks, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Peoria, Illinois

Title: Allegro Vivace from Fifth Organ Symphony, op. 42 no. 1
Composer: Charles-Marie Widor
Organist: Frederick Hohman
Album: Unseen Servants – Pro Organo CD 7206
Organ: 2004 III/59 Wicks, First Congregational Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan