Manhattan Matinee #9626
Playing the daylights out of nine of New York City’s foremost instruments.
LOUIS VIERNE: Naiades, Opus 55, number 4. SIGFRID KARG-ELERT: Claire de lune, Opus 72, number 3 –Marsha Heather Long (1954 Aeolian-Skinner; 2008 Quimby/Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York, NY) Koch CD-7008
HORATIO PARKER: 3 Pieces: Wedding Song, Opus 20, number 2; Scherzino, Opus 66, number 3; Fantasie, Opus 20, number 4 –Albert Ahlstrom (1895 Müller & Abel/St. Joseph - Yorkville, New York, NY) Raven OAR-340
EDWARD BAIRSTOW: Gloria in excelsis, from Communion Service in D –Choir of Saint Thomas Church, Gerre Hancock, conductor; Michael Kleinschmidt (1956 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Thomas Episcopal, New York, NY) Koch CD-7093
New York City will be the site for the American Guild of Organist’s Centennial Convention, July 7-12, 1996, when most of these and many other instruments will be played. For more information, contact the Guild.