In Concert #0248
There is nothing like the spontaneity of a live performance. In most cases, you simply had to have been there. To help the rest of us out, this week’s show brings the thrill of it all to our door. Savor the excitement when young virtuoso Raina Wood plays at Emory University, when John Ogasapian explores byways of American music at Saint Thomas Church, New York, and when the duet team of Dee Ann Crossley and Nancy Lancaster make the House of Hope Fisk organ in Saint Paul really sing. All of our music was recorded In Concert and you’ll hear it as it happened.
MARCO ENRICO BOSSI: Etude Symphonique, Opus 78. MARCEL DUPRÉ: Deux Esquisses, Opus 41. LOUIS VIERNE: Naiades, from Fantasy Pieces, Opus 55. DAN LOCKLAIR: The peace may be exchanged, from Rubrics. HENRI MULET: Carillon Sortie –Raina Wood (1982 Casavant Frères/Glenn Memorial Auditorium, Emory University, Atlanta, GA) recorded February 17, 2002
JAMES RODGERS: Scherzoso. AMY CHENY BEACH: Prelude on a Folk Tune, Opus 91. CALVIN TAYLOR: Go down, Moses. HARRY MATTHEWS: A Song of the Sea, from Wayside Impressions –John Ogasapian (1956 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Thomas Episcopal, New York, NY) recorded May 5, 2002
SAMUEL WESLEY: Duet for Organ. BARRIE CABENA: Variations on an Original Theme, Opus 55. STEPHEN PAULUS: Paean for Organ Duet  –Dee Ann Crossley & Nancy Lancaster (1979 C.B. Fisk/House of Hope Presbyterian, Saint Paul, MN) recorded June 15, 1997