1998 Hendrickson/Wayzata Community Church
1998 Hendrickson/Wayzata Community Church
Wayzata Community Church

Minnesota Music & Musicians #2203

...a collection of choice concert recordings from the home territory of PIPEDREAMS.

Hour One

AARON DAVID MILLERRustic ToccataAaron David Miller (1979 Fisk/House of Hope Presbyterian Church, Saint Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 3/18/12)

BRENDA PORTMANElegyNils Halker (1998 Casavant/Church of St Louis, King-of-France, Saint Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 11/9/21)

ANDREW HACKETT:  Etude No.1 (Durezze e ligature) –Andrew Hackett (1980 Sipe/Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 10/11/10)

MILLERSleepy Hollow (Tone Poem for Organ and Orchestra, after Washington Irving)Wayzata Symphony Orchestra/Marlene Pauley; Aaron David Miller (1998 Hendrickson/Wayzata Community Church, Wayzata, MN) PD Archive (r. 6/5/11)

The 2006 premiere performance of Sleepy Hollow and other works by Aaron David Miller can be enjoyed in our archived Program #1603The Miller’s Tale.

Filler – PORTMAN (see above)

Hour Two

The Last Flower
James Thurber's "The Last Flower"
Wikimedia Commons

GERRE HANCOCKAirPaul Emch (1928 Welte-1964 Möller/St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 2/24/1970)

LIBBY LARSENFantasy on Slane (Be thou my vision) –Kris Kautzman, flute; john Schultz, organ.  LEONARD DANEK:  Festival Prelude –Leonard DanekDAVID EVAN THOMASLa CroixMary Joy RiederCARY JOHN FRANKLINThe Last Flower (Fantasy for Organ and Orchestra, after James Thurber) –Wayzata Symphony/Maarlene Pauley; Diana Lee Lucker (1998 Hendrickson/Wayzata Community Church) PD Archive (r. 6/5/11)

Filler – MILLER Sleepy Hollow (see above)

A broadcast featuring more works by Leonard Danek can be found in our archived Program #8712 – Original!

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