Stephen Price and the 2006 Goulding & Wood organ at Sursa Concert Hall, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.
Stephen Price and the 2006 Goulding & Wood organ at Sursa Concert Hall, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.

This Price is Right! #2205

...recital and session performances by the youthful organ professor at Ball State University, Stephen C. Price.

Hour One

DANIEL GAWTHROPSketchbook I (Incantation-Elegy-Passacaglia)W. A. MOZART (arr. Price):  Variations on Ah, vous dirai-je, maman, K. 265.  WILLIAM GRANT STILL (trans. Weathersby): SummerlandRACHEL LAURIN3 Impressions on Kingsfold, Op. 75FRANZ SCHMIDTPrelude & Fugue in D (Hallelujah)Stephen C. Price (2010 Noack/Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman, La Crosse, WI) PD Archive (r. 8/8/21)

Filler – GAWTHROP Passacaglia, mvt 3 from Sketchbook I (see above)

Hour Two

PIERRE DuMAGESuite on the 1st Tone (Plein jeu-Duo-Tierce en taille-Grand jeu)NED ROREMViews from the Oldest House (selections)Stephen C. Price (2006 Goulding & Wood/Sursa Concert Hall, Ball State University, Muncie, IN) Raven 168

1982 premiere performance of NED ROREM’s Views from the Oldest House, played by John Obetz at All Soul’s Unitarian Church in Washington, DC, is accessible as Program #8602 in our archive. 

MAX REGERInvocation, fr Sonata in d, Op. 60LOUIS VIERNEFinal, fr Symphony No. 5, Op. 47 (2010 Fisk/Auer Hall, University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN) PD Archive

MARCEL DUPRÉPrelude & Fugue in C, Op.36, no. 3 (r. 8/8/21 in La Crosse)

Filler – REGER (see abnve)

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