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Augsburg Organ Library

During the twentieth century, the organ experienced a resurgence of interest.   Music from the 16th and 17th centuries was rediscovered.  Modern composers began to arrange favorite hymn tunes with newer harmonic structures and rhythmic possibilities.  116 more words

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The American Organist, Sept. 2014, p. 26

A blurb about organ and choral premieres, along with my mug shot, in TAO this month because I used the simple technique of mentioning the names of organist… 83 more words

Choral Music

Prelude and Fugue in C major -- Georg Böhm

Nice baroque.  Böhm was 24 years older than Bach and some influence on him.


Organ Rocks! - at St Augustine's Church, Hedon

HEDON’S very own church organist Mr Colin Sharp will perform at an afternoon concert of light music on Sunday 14th September 2014 in St Augustine’s Church. 49 more words


From the Organ Console–Sunday 3rd August 2014

Today, the 3rd of August 2014, marks the end of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. The closing ceremony takes place at Glasgow’s Hampden Park and will bring to a close 12 days of Sporting achievements. 848 more words

From The Organ Console

Jacques Brel, the best summer music ever.

The place of music in my life has shifted over the years from being at the very heart of everything I do, and almost as necessary as air, to a need for silence. 261 more words

About this weeks Music …… 27th July 2014

This week’s opening voluntaries are by Johann Pachelbel. A German Baroque composer, organist and teacher who brought the south German organ tradition to its peak. 526 more words

From The Organ Console