Pro Organo #8708

…A visit with American performer and recording producer Frederick Hohman, with a sampling of his excellent wares.

EDWIN H. LEMARE: Fantasie in e, Op. 99. EDWIN H. LEMARE: Rondo Capriccio (a Study in Accents), Op. 64. EDWIN H. LEMARE: Concert Piece No. 1 (in the form of a Polonaise), Op. 80  Frederick Hohman (1968 Aeolian-Skinner/Church of the Epiphany, Washington, D.C.)

J.S. BACH: 2 Chorale-preludes (In Thee have I placed my trust, S. 712; Christ, our Savior, S. 666)  Frederick Hohman (1983 Andover/Meredith College, Raleigh, NC)

J.S. BACH: Little Harmonic Labyrinth, S. 591  Frederick Hohman (1969 Mander/Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri)

ALEXANDRE GUILMANT: Caprice, Op. 20. Raison: Kyrie, from Messe du Deuxieme Ton (with choral interpolations from Henri DuMont)  H. Joseph Butler (1983 C.B. Fisk/Downtown Presbyterian, Rochester, New York)

HERBERT HOWELLS: Master Tallis's Testament  Robert Benjamin Dobey (1892 Roosevelt; 1980 Schantz/Cathedral, Syracuse, New_York)

EDWIN H. LEMARE: Bell Scherzo, Op. 89. EDWIN H. LEMARE: Fugue in e, Op. 99  Frederick Hohman (Church of the Epiphany)