1999 Goulding & Wood/St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Indianapolis, IN.
1999 Goulding & Wood/St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Indianapolis, IN.

Pipedreams Live! Relived #2135

. . . a never-before-broadcast conversational concert from St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, IN.

Hour One

HARRY ROWE SHELLEYFanfare d’OrgueJOHANNES MATTHIAS MICHEL2 Jazz Chorale-preludes (Swing Five & Afro-Cuban).   JAMES BECKELSonata for Trumpet & OrganDaniel Golando, trumpet; Heather Hinton, organ

CARY RATCLIFF:  Psalm 90 (O sing unto the Lord).  LEO SOWERBYDialog for Piano & OrganMichael Messina, piano; Dale Caldwell, organMARCEL DUPRÉPrelude & Fugue in B, Op. 7, no. 1Michael Messina, organ

Filler – DUPRÉ (see above)

 

Hour Two

LIBBY LARSENFantasy on SlaneBarbara Kallaur, flutePETR EBENMoto ostinato, fr Sunday MusicOLIVIER MESSIAENSerene alleluias of a soul that longs for heaven, fr L’Ascension.  AD WAMMESMiroir Marko Petricic, organ

WILLIAM HORATIO CLARKEA Monastery ProcessionalDENIS BEDARDSonata No. 1 for Saxophone & OrganScott Stewart, saxophoneBEDARD:  Capriccio for Organ & Piano (premiere) –Malden Batchvarova, piano, David K. Lamb, organ

Filler – BEDARD:  Final, fr Duet Suite (see above, Batchvarova & Lamb)

Sponsored by the Indianapolis Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, this event featured a 79-rank Goulding & Wood pipe organ (Opus 33) completed in 1999.

Continuing support of PIPEDREAMS is provided in loving memory of Wesley and Lucinda Dudley by their family, with additional support from Walter McCarthy, Clara Ueland, and the Greystone Foundation, by Jan Kirchner on behalf of her family foundation, by the Art and Martha Kaemmer Fund of the HRK Foundation, in celebration of the life of Martha Hulings Kaemmer, and by listener-contributors to this public radio station. Additional support comes from Buzard Pipe Organ Builders of Champaign, IL, and Casavant Freres, Ltd. of St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, members of APOBA, the Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America, a collaborative of designers, creators, and maintainers of pipe organs found in religious and educational institutions, concert halls, and residences throughout the United States and beyond. An APOBA resource guide and member prospectus is available at APOBA.COM.