1953 Aeolian-Skinner, Op. 1118/Riverside, New York, New York
1953 Aeolian-Skinner, Op. 1118/Riverside, New York, New York

Manhattan Memories (I) #2114

. . . revelations of never-before-broadcast archival performances from the American Guild of Organists 1996 Centennial Convention in New York City.

Hour One

LEO SOWERBYPageantJoyce Jones (1972 Austin/Church of the Heavenly Rest, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/9/96)

J. S. BACH (arr. Fox):  Come, sweet deathFrederick Swann (Aeolian-Skinner/Riverside Church, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/10/96) 

WILLIAM B. COOPERMeditation on Steal AwayNOEL DaCOSTAVariations on MarytonDAVID HURDToccata, fr Te Deum LaudamusMickey Thomas Terry (1938-1962 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/10/96)

CÉSAR FRANCK (trans. Calvin Hampton):  Lento-Allegro non troppo (i.), fr Symphony in dThomas Murray (1971 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/11/96)

Filler – SOWERBY (see above)

Hour Two

ZOLTÁN KODÁLY (trans. Trajtler):  Epigrams (1954)Marvin Mills (1977 Klais/St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/11/96)

URSULA MAMLOKFestive Sounds (premiere)David Graf (1929 Casavant-1956 Austin/Congregation Emanu-El, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/10/96

ANN CALLAWAYAltarpiece (premiere)Thomas Murray (1971 Aeolian-Skinner/St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/11/96)

ANDRÉ FLEURYPrelude, Andante & ToccataLynne Davis (1967 Holtkamp/Ascension Episcopal Church, NYC) PD Archive (r. 7/10/96)

Filler – FRANCK (see above)

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