1967 C.B. Fisk organ, Opus 46, formerly at Memorial Chapel, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
1967 C.B. Fisk organ, Opus 46, formerly at Memorial Chapel, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
 

An American Organist's Christmas #9450

…An American Organist's Christmas...noted soloists from the United States share their holiday gifts.

EMMA LOU DIEMER: Two Christmas preludes (Go, tell it on the mountain; What star is this)  Marian Ruhl Metson (1967 C.B. Fisk/Harvard Memorial Chapel, Cambridge, Massachusetts)

JOHANN PACHELBEL: Vom Himmel hoch. SIGFRID KARG-ELERT: Resonet in laudibus. Drischner: How brightly shines  John Walker (Reuter organs, Denver and Colorado Springs)

PAUL MANZ: Soul, adorn thyself with gladness. Rohlig: A little shepherd music. PAUL MANZ: How beautifully shines  Paul Manz; Jill Gidmark, flute; Merilee Klemp, oboe (1965 Schlicker/Mount Olive Lutheran, Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Herman: We need a little Christmas. Marks: Gene Autry Christmas Medley  Ron Rhode (1928 Wurlitzer)

Titcomb: Puer natus est  Rudy Lucente (1929 Moeller, Fox Theatre Atlanta)

Traditional: The Christmas Waltz  Bob Ralston (1929 Barton, Granada Theatre, Kansas City, KS)

Hebble: I wonder as I wander. MAX REGER: The Virgin's Slumber Song. Bush: I saw three ships  Virgil Fox; Louise Natale, singer (1965 Moeller, St. Paul the Apostle Church, NYC)

NEAR: My dancing day  Lanny Collins; Trinity Church Choir (1984 Rosales, Trinity Church, Portland, OR)

Mulet: Noel. Baker: Berceuse Paraphrase  George Baker (1984 Rosales, Trinity Church, Portland, OR)

RICHARD PURVIS: Unto us a child is born. DeCormier: What child is this?. Argento: O  Jonathan Tuuk, Brian Bartusch, organ (Grand Rapids, MI)

Filler –Diemer: Go, tell it on the mountain