1993 Fisk/Caruth Auditorium, Southern Methodist University
1993 Fisk/Caruth Auditorium, Southern Methodist University

The OHS in Dallas #2221

. . . highlights from the most recent in-person gathering of the Organ Historical Society in Texas.

Hour One

NICOLAS de GRIGNYEt in terra pax & Fugue, fr Livre d’orgueThomas Froehlich (1977 Sipe/1st Presbyterian Church)

CLAUDE BALBASTREVariations on La MarseillaiseKimberly Marshall (1979 Kern & Son/University Park United Methodist Church)

MARCEL DUPRÉPreludio, fr Deuxieme Symphonie, Op. 26Samuel Gaskin (1949 Möller/Murchison Arts Center, University of North Texas, Denton)

PIERRE KUNCInvocationDamin Spritzer (2008 Wolff/Murchison Arts Center, University of North Texas, Denton)

GEORGE BAKERPriere GrégorienneStefan Engels (1993 Fisk/Caruth Auditorium, Southern Methodist University)

RICHARD STRAUSS (arr. Stafford):  Till Eulenspiegels lustige StreicheJoshua Stafford (2007 Schoenstein/Park Cities Presbyterian Church)

Filler – DUPRÉ (see above)

Hour Two

SIMON SARGONDas Prados, fr From the MeadowsLarry Palmer (1761 Oldovini/Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University)

JOEL MARTINSONPartita on NettletonJoel Martinson (1970 Aeolian-Skinner/Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration)

CESAR FRANCKPiece SymphoniqueChristopher Berry (1871 Midmer/Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe) 

MAURICE DURUFLÉ:  Fugue on A-L-A-I-N, Op. 7 –Henry Webb (1973 Redman/Northaven United Methodist Church)

GABRIEL FAURÉPrelude, fr Pelleas et MelisanceAlcee Chriss III (1987 Schudi/St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church)

SIGISMUND NEUKOMMGrand Dramatic FantasiaJonathan Gregoire (2009 Dobson/Highland Park United Methodist Church)

Filler – STRAUSS (see above)

The next national convention of the Organ Historical Society will be held in/around Columbus, OH (July 31-August 5, 2022).


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