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Join us at the BYU Summer Organ Workshop for Bach and Sons

Join us Tuesday evening, August 4th, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. for Bach and Sons at Madsen Hall on the Brigham Young University campus.  This audience-engaging evening tells the story of Johann Sebastian Bach and his family in a performance by Dr. 152 more words

Dr. Jeannine Jordan Organist

Really? A woman in a boat? Niagara Falls? Organ concert material?

Yes, this dare devil of a woman, Annie Edson Taylor actually lived to tell about her unimaginable journey over the falls.  Hear about what happened and see some pictures that are quite harrowing. 60 more words

David Jordan Media Artist

Cruise Bands? Who needs them, who leads them?

Immigrants by the thousands made their way to the shores of the new United States.  Steam powered ocean liners carrying several hundred people became the mode of transportation to cross the Atlantic. 131 more words

David Jordan Media Artist

An American Battle Piece

What was this group of men doing in Philadelphia?

In bold and rash steps on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed by a group of men committed to the establishment of the United States of America.   92 more words

David Jordan Media Artist

Dusty Church Attics?

What do dusty church attics have to do with the From Sea to Shining Sea organ and multi-media concert experience?

Sitting in dusty church attics, historical archives, and museums in cities up and down the East Coast, I started putting together the picture of the early American organ, its players, and its music by reading the diaries kept by prominent citizens of those first American communities. 76 more words

David Jordan Media Artist

Sainte Anne de Beaupre Basilica, Quebec City

Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church in Quebec City is beautiful. A MUST SEE!

Though I am not Catholic I do enjoy going into the different historic churches and stand in awe in the beauty of its architecture, the paintings and morals and to see how rich the Catholic church is.

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