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Historical Eclecticism in Houston #1335

…concert performances from a recent conference on organ building and playing.

Hour 1

DIETERICH BUXTEHUDE: Praeludium in F, BuxWV 145Robert Bates (1995 Noack/Christ the King Lutheran Church, Houston, TX)

RENE BECKER: Cantilena, Op. 42; Praeludium Festivum, fr Sonata No. 1, Op. 40Damin Spritzer (2010 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian, Houston)

ARNOLT SCHLICK: 3 Pieces (Maria zart; Hoe Losteleck; Salve Regina) Kimberly Marshall (1995 Noack/Christ the King Lutheran Church)

GASTON LITAIZE: Lied, fr Douze Pieces. CHARLES–MARIE WIDOR: Lauda Sion, fr Suite Latine, Op. 86Stephen Tharp (2010 Pasi/Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral, Houston)

Hour 2

JOSEPH DE TORRES: Obra de 1 tono; Fuga; Batalla de TorresGustavo Delgado Parra (2010 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian Church)

ANTON HEILLER: Partita, Nun komm, der Heiden HeilandThomas Schuster (2010 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian Church)

GEORG BÖHM: Vater unser im HimmelreichPamela Ruiter–Feenstra (2010 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian Church)

MEL BUTLER: Scherzo, B–A–C–H. ROBERT J. GREENE: Danza del Espiritu SantoMelvin Butler (2010 Pasi/Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral, Houston)

J.S. BACH: Sinfonia, fr Cantata BWV 29Ars Lyrica Houston/Matthew Dirst, conductor: Robert Bates (1995 Noack/Christ the King Lutheran Church)


Historical Eclecticism ConferenceWestfield Center for Historical Keyboard StudiesUniversity of HoustonKUHA

Westfield Internation Organ CompetitionSeptember 22–30, 2013