Anna von Hausswolff
Anna von Hausswolff

Women Working #2033

. . . a salute to creative composers, able arrangers, and persuasive performers in anticipation of Women’s Equality Day (August 26).

Hour One

ALICE JORDANPartita on FoundationLynn Zeigler (1987 Brombaugh/Iowa State University, Ames, IA) Calcante 026

BARBARA HARBACH:  2 Hymn Settings (O waly, waly & Kingsfold) –Barbara Harbach (1965 Aeolian-Skinner/Christ Church Cathedral, Saint Louis, MO) MSR 1254

EDITH BEAULIEU:  Introduction & Allegro, fr Organ Symphony No. 1, Op. 3 –Edith Beaulieu (1913 Casavant/Notre-Dame-de-Jacques-Cartier, Quebec City, Canada) Editions la Dulcaine 301

ELFRIDA ANDRÉEFugato (ii.), Cantabile (iii.) & Finale (iv.), fr Organ Symphony in bKimberly Marshall (1987 Rosales/Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, OR) Loft 1021

ORPHA OCHSEPrelude & 2 Fugues for Flute and OrganFrances Shelly, flute; Steven Egler (1987 Marcussen/Wiedemanm Hall, Wichita State University, KS) Summit 174

TRADITIONAL (arr. Shtegman):  2 Folk Melodies from Lappland (Sulle, lulle; Helgeltna Bielloskalla) –Yana Mangi, voice; Kristina Shtegman (1987 Grönlunds/Jokkmokk Church, Sweden) JDCD 16-1

Filler – JORDAN (see above)

Hour Two

FANNY MENDELSSOHNPrelude in FBrenda Lynne Leach (2003 Berghaus/St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Wilkes-Barre, PA) Pro Organo 7237

ROLANDE FALCINELLIO sacrum convivium, fr 5 ChoralesMiriam Zach (1991 Mander/Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, NJ) Minerva 131926

JENNIFER BATE:  2 Pieces (Lament; Toccata on a Theme of Martin Shaw) –Jennifer Bate (1919 Willis/Brangwyn Hall, Swamsea, Wales) Guild 7209

ANNA von HAUSSWOLFFFuneral for my future children & Red Sun, fr CeremonyAnna von Hausswolff (1958 Hammarberg/Annedal Church, Göteborg, Sweden) Other Music 006

MARY BETH BENNETTMeditation on Song to Jesus ChristMary Beth Bennett (1992 Schantz/7th Street Christian Church, Richmond, VA) Bennett 2015

RACHEL LAURIN:  Fantasy & Fugue on Genevan Psalm 47, Op. 62 –Brenda Portman & Rachel Laurin (1990 Casavant/Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church, Cincinnati, OH) Raven 975

Filler – TRADITIONAL: Helgeltna Bielloskalla (see above)

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