1993 Fisk-Rosales at Edith Bates Old Recital Hall, Rice University
1993 Fisk-Rosales at Edith Bates Old Recital Hall, Rice University

Houston AGO 2016 (I) #1808

…performances from the 2016 national convention of the American Guild of Organists in Houston, TX.

Hour 1

J. S. BACH: Fantasy in g, BWV 542 –Ludger Lohman (2009 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian Church)

ANTONIO VIVALDI (trans. Bellotti): Concerto in d, Op. 10, no. 2Eduardo Bellotti (1995 Noack/Christ the King Lutheran Church)

JOHN LaMONTAINE: Evensong. ZACH WADSWORTH: EarthquakeHouston Chamber Choir/Robert Simpson, director; Mary Preston (1981 Schantz/St. Paul’s United Methodist Church)

GEORGE BAKER: Rhumba –Evan Baker, Brady Spitz & Steve Logan, percussion; Daryl Robinson (1993 Fisk-Rosales/Edith Bates Old Recital Hall, Rice University)

WILLIAM MATHIAS: Partita, Op. 19David Goode (2001 Wolff/Foundry United Methodist Church)

Hour 2

MARCEL DUPRÉ: Fileuse, Op. 19, no. 2. LUKE MAYERNIK: Reverie (Homage a Francis Poulenc). RACHEL LAURIN: Humoresque (Homage a Marcel Dupré), Op. 77 –Michael Jacobson, saxophone; Isabelle Demers (1993 Fisk-Rosales/Edith Bates Old Recital Hall, Rice University)

JOHN IRELAND: Greater love hath no man. GERRE HANCOCK: Judge EternalChoir of St. Thomas Church, New York City/Benjamin Sheen, director; Stephen Buzard (2010 Pasi/Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart)\

ADOLPHUS HAILSTORK: Lenten Morning TearsCarol Rodland, viola; Catherine Rodland (1983 Noack/Episcopal Church of the Epiphany)

DAVID CHERWIEN: To God highest glory and praise. TRADITIONAL (arr. Cherwien): Praise to the LordSt. Luke’s Chancel Choir/David Cherwien (2001-2014 Schantz/St. Luke’s United Methodist Church)

This is the first in a series of programs to be aired in coming months featuring performances recorded during the 2016 AGO National Convention in Houston, TX. Thanks to the Houston AGO Chapter and Ed Kelly of Mobile Masters Studio for providing audio (r. June 19-23, 2016). Check future PIPEDREAMS listings for subsequent installments. The 2018 AGO National Convention takes place in Kansas City, Missouri (July 1-6, 2018), and PIPEDREAMS will be featured there on July 5!