Episode 22 – July 3, 2016

In this week’s show we celebrate American Independence.
This episode has been underwritten by Hatters Church Organ Service & Installation
Hosts: Mark Scholtz, Bill Stein

Playlist

Title: Variations on America
Composer: Charles Ives
Organist: Mary Preston
Album: Organ Odyssey – Reference RR-113
Organ: 1992 IV/82 CB Fisk, Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas, USA

Title: The Liberty Bell
Composer: John Philip Sousa
Organist: James Welch
Album: Around the World in Under Eighty Minutes – Arkay AR6169
Organ: 1986 II/21 Schoenstein, St. Elizabeth Church, San Francisco, California, USA

Title: Concert Variations on the Star-Spangled Banner, op. 23
Composer: Dudley Buck
Organist: Adam Brakel
Album: Romantic and Virtuosic – Raven OAR-933
Organ: 2000 IV/109 Austin, The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, Palm Beach, Florida, USA

Title: Fantasie on a National Air
Composer: Norman Coke-Jephcott
Organist: Jeremy Filsell
Album: Americana – Raven OAR-942
Organ: 1963 IV/186 EM Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner, National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., USA

Title: Eternal Father, Strong to Save
Composer: John Bacchus Dykes
Organist: William Neil
Album: Amazing Grace – Hymns of Faith and Praise – MSR Classics MS1183
Organ: 1968 IV/104 Aeolian-Skinner, National Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., USA

Title: Concert Variations on The Star Spangled Banner
Composer: John Knowles Paine
Organist: Bruce Stevens
Album: Historic Organs Of Connecticut – Organ Historical Society OHS-94
Organ: 1871 III/55 E and GG Hook, St. Mary’s Church, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Title: Variations and Fugue On Heil dir im Siegerkranz (God Save the King)
Composer: Max Reger
Organist: Christopher Herrick
Album: Organ Fireworks – VIII – Hyperion CDA66978
Organ: 1989 IV/130 Rieger, Hong Kong Cultural Center, Hong Kong, China

Title: The Stars and Stripes Forever
Composer: John Philip Sousa
Organist: Elizabeth and Raymond Chenault
Album: Twentieth Century Organ Music For Two, Vol 2 – Gothic G49073
Organ: 1963 IV/186 EM Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner, National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., USA