The American Organist's Christmas #2151
. . . holiday music in performances featuring performers, composers, and organ builders in the United States.
SCHWANDT: Fantasy on Three Themes (Deck the Halls - We three kings - It came upon a midnight clear) –John Schwandt (1999 Fisk/Gothic Hall, Cattlett Music Center, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK) PD Archive (r. 12/14/07)
PAUL MANZ: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (2). HELMUT WALCHA: Fling wide the door. MANZ: Of the Father’s love begotten (unpublished). FLOR PEETERS: In dulci jubilo –John Schwandt (1965 Schlicker/Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 10/29/29)
SCHWANDT: A Christmas Chorale-Fantasy on Carol of the Bells, Wake, awake!, Hark, the herald angels, and Dance! –John Schwandt (1999 Fisk/Gothic Hall, Cattlett Music Center, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK) PD Archive (r. 12/10/06)
Filler – SCHWANDT: Fantasy on Three Themes (see above)
DALE WOOD: Carol of the Manger. J. WAYNE KERR: Hark, the herald angels sing. GORDON YOUNG: Cradle Hymn. MICHAEL BURKHARDT: Angels from the realms of glory –James Welch (1982 Schoenstein/Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Oakland, CA) Arkay 6166
HAVEN GILLESPIE (arr. Wright): Santa Claus is coming to town. VICTOR HERBERT: Toyland. IRVING BERLIN: White Christmas –David Harris, piano; Jelani Eddington (Morton/Wheaton-Fox Studio, Wheaton, IL) RJE Productions 2003
GERALD NEAR: There is no rose. JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER: A Christmas Carmen. EMMA LOU DIEMER: Fantasy on Antioch –Christina Wellford Scott, reader; Memphis Chamber Choir/John Ayer; David Kienzle (1988 Reuter/St. John’s Episcopal Church, Memphis, TN) Pro Organo 7039
Filler – CHAPMAN (see above)
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