Getting Hooked #1741
…a celebration of one of the foremost and most prolific of 19th century organ building firms in the United States, E. & G. G. Hook.
OTTO DIENEL: 4 Chorale-preludes, fr Op. 52 (No. 40, Wie gross ist des Allmächt’gen Gott; No. 26, Nun ruhen alle Wälder; Nos. 32/33, Von Gott will ich nicht lassen) –Edward Zimmermann (1866 Hook/South Congregational Parish, Augusta, ME) AFKA 553
ANONYMOUS: Flowers of the Forest –Marion Ruhl Metson (1866 Hook/Old South Church, Newburyport, MA) Raven 190
DANIEL PINKHAM: 4 Short Pieces for Organ Manuals. HORATIO PARKER: Fugue on Hail, Columbia, fr Organ Sonata in E-flat –George Bozeman (1860 Hook/St. John’s Catholic Church, Bangor, ME) Pipedreams Archive (r. 7/18/2002)
During optimal ‘fall foliage season’, the Saint John’s Organ Society in Bangor will sponsor a Maine Historic Organ Institute (October 24-28, 2017), with concerts, lectures, master classes, and a guided tour of some of the region’s extraordinary 19th century pipe organs.