The Art of the Young Organist (I) #2127
. . . to begin a year of celebration of the AGO’s Year of the Young Organist, a sampler of youthful talent.
MARCEL DUPRÉ: Prelude in B, Op. 7, no. 1. FRANK ZAPPA (trans. Palmer): Peaches en Regalia. RICHARD WAGNER (trans. Lemare & Palmer): Rienzi Overture –Sarah Palmer (2006 Holtkamp/Boe Chapel, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN) PD Archive (r. 3/28/21)
ELSA BARRAINE: Prelude No. 2 –Aaron Patterson (1991 Mander/Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, NJ) PD Archive (r. 2/11/21)
EDWARD BAIRSTOW: Sonata in E-flat –Katelyn Emerson (1932-35 Aeolian-Skinner/Northrop Auditorium, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 9/29/20)
Filler – DANA SUISSE (arr. Patterson): Scherzette –Aaron Patterson (1991 Mander/Princeton University Chape;, Princeton, NJ) PD Archive (r. 2/11/21)
J. S. BACH: Dies sind die heil’gen zehn Gebot, BWV 678 –Christopher Young (1979 Dobson/Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato, MN) PD Archive (r. 11/1/19)
JAMES WOODMAN: Sonata in Sea (Barnstable; Wellfleet; Provincetown) –Katie Gunn (2006 Holtkamp/Boe Chapel, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN) PD Archive (r. 4/5/21)
ALBERT LEWIS BARNES: Sonata cromatique (Adagio (ii.) & Allegro (i.)) –Jillian Gardner (2010 Jaeckel/1st Lutheran Church, Duluth, MN) PD Archive (r. 8/11/17)
FLORENCE PRICE: Adoration –Wolff von Roos (1929 Skinner/High Street United Methodist Church, Muncie, IN) PD Archive (r. 5/15/21)
HARRY WARREN: We’re in the money. GEORGE GERSHWIN: Let’s call the whole thing off. JEROME KERN: Smoke gets in your eyes. ERNESTO NAZARETH: Remando (Tango). HUGH MARTIN & RALPH BLANE: Meet me in St. Louis (medley) –Justin LaVoie (1926 Wurlitzer/Phipps Center for the Arts, Hudson, WI) PD Archive (r. 8/5/17)
Filler – WAGNER (see above)
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