2012 Foley–Baker at St. Mark's Cathedral, Minneapolis, MN.
2012 Foley–Baker at St. Mark's Cathedral, Minneapolis, MN.

New Sounds from Saint Mark's #1331

…in solos and choral accompaniments, resident and guest artists showcase the 2012 Foley-Baker rebuild of the Welte-Möller organ at the Episcopal Cathedral in Minneapolis.

Hour 1

JEAN LANGLAIS: Incantation pour un jour SaintRaymond Johnston (2012 Foley-Baker/St. Mark's Cathedral, Minneapolis, MN) Pipedreams Archive (r. 2/17/13)

J.S. BACH: Toccata in f#, BWV 910Jeremy Filsell (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 9/30/12)

CESAR FRANCK: PastoraleRaymond Johnston (St. Mark's Cathedral, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 2/17/13)

JAMES MacMILLAN: A New SongChoir of St. Thomas Church, NYC/John Scott, director; Frederick Teardo (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 9/27/12)

LEO SOWERBY: CarillonJeremy Filsell (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 9/30/12)

MAURICE DURUFLÉ: Sicilienne, fr Suite, Op. 5Raymond Johnston (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 2/17/13)

Hour 2

HARRY ROWE SHELLEY: Fanfare –Paul Emch (1928 Welte1964 Möller/St. Mark's Cathedral, Minneapolis, MN) Pipedreams Archive (r. 2/24/1970)

W.A. MOZART: Fantasy in f, K. 608John Scott (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/19/13)

HUBERT PARRY: I was gladChoir of St. Thomas Church, NYC/John Scott, director; Frederick Teardo (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 9/27/12)

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Variations on a Noël, Op. 20John Scott (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/19/13)

DAN LOCKLAIR: The Peace Shall Be Exchanged, fr RubricsFrederick Teardo (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 9/27/12)

BACH: Passacaglia in c, BWV 582Raymond Johnston (St. Mark's, Minneapolis) Pipedreams Archive (r. 2/17/13)



The organ at St. Mark's was the first instrument that Michael Barone ventured out to record in his early days at Minnesota Public Radio in Collegeville, years before the initiation of PIPEDREAMS. Enjoy its sound from years ago in these archive performances recorded on February 24, 1970 by the late Twin Cities organist Paul Emch. Recording was made using an Ampex analog tape machine (with DMS–Ampria custom electronics) running at 15IPS, no Dolby, using an AKG C–24 coincident stereo microphone.


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     GERRE HANCOCK:
     JEAN LANGLAIS: Suite Medievale (, , , , )

You can also further enjoy one of today's soloists, John Scott, in a performance of the Hamburger Totentanz by Guy Bovet, recorded at St. Mark's Cathedral quite a few years ago, as featured in our PIPEDREAMS LIVE! compact disc (CD–1002).



Check out our recent visit to St. Mark's!