Archive of American Organ Heritage #9232

…the splendid sounds of historic instruments are all around us, if we care enough to listen and to preserve them.

W.A. MOZART: Fantasie in f, K. 608 –Kenneth Grinnel (1863 E. & G.G. Hook/Immaculate Conception RCC, Boston, MA)

RICHARD BIGGS: Toccata on Deo Gratias –Rosalind Mohnsen (1877 Johnson & Son/Our Lady of Good Counsel Abbey, Mankato, MN)

ALEXANDRE GUILMANT: Offertoire, Ave Maria, Opus 65, number 5 –Edward Zimmerman (1893 Woodberry & Harris/First Presbyterian Church, Waynesboro, VA)

J.S. BACH: Fugue in d [Fiddle] S. 547 –Natalie Edwards (1874 Jardine/St. Mary's Church, Charleston, SC)

LOUIS VIERNE: Carillon de Westminster, from Fantasy Pieces, Opus 54 –Stephen Schaeffer (1886 Roosevelt/Mount Pleasant Presbyterian, Mount Pleasant, SC)

OLIVER SHAW: Winchester Waltz Variations.

JOSEPH DOLL: 2 Hymns.

J.C. MOLLER: Lesson II –Philip Cooper (early 19th century organs by Conrad Doll)

JOHANN CASPAR FERDINAND FISCHER: Prelude in a –Philip Cooper (1852 Krauss/Old Norriton Church, Norristown, PA)

HUGO DISTLER: Speilstuck –Naomi Rowley (1838 Erben/Grace Episcopal, Galena, IL)

DOMENICO ZIPOLI: Al’post Communio –Philip Cooper (1852 Krauss/Old Norriton Church, Norristown, PA)

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Adagio & Toccata, from Organ Symphony Number 5, Opus 42 –Edward Zimmerman (1893 Woodberry & Harris/First Presbyterian Church, Waynesboro, VA)

 

These recordings were provided courtesy of the Organ Historical Society.