After the Fall #0019
Sometimes faith is all that’s left. And all that’s needed when disaster strikes. All is not lost, and on the next Pipedreams broadcast, our music represents the rekindled spirits which responded to the horrific bombing in Oklahoma City, the devastating tremors of a Los Angeles earthquake, a hurricane in Charleston, South Carolina, and a chapel fire in Kent, England. Out of the rubble and despair rises harmony and new enthusiasm. Scott Raab, Wayne Foster, Kevin Bowyer, and Thomas Harmon show us the way with music of hope rekindled.
J.S. BACH: Chorale-prelude, We all believe, S. 680. DOMENICO SCARLATTI: Sonata in C, K. 255. HUGO DISTLER: 3 Spielstücke, Numbers 1, 7 & 2. WILLIAM ROWAN: Trumpet Voluntary. HERBERT HOWELLS: Anthem, Like as the hart. J.S. BACH: Fugue in b, S. 544 –Choir of the Episcopal Cathedral; H. Scott Raab & Vicki Schaeffer (1998 Buzard/Cathedral of St. Paul, Oklahoma City, OK) Pipedreams Archive recorded February 8, 2000
MARK CARLSON: Concerto for Organ & Orchestra  –UCLA Philharmonia, Jon Robertson, conductor; Thomas Harmon (1930 Aeolian-Skinner/Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA) UCLA recording November 16, 1999
Filler –CHARLES TOURNEMIRE (see above)