Hearing Color #2306
. . . expanding our repertoire with works by African-American artists composers and performers.
UNDINE SMITH MOORE: Variations on There is a fountain. MARK FAX: Fantasy on Kremser. WILLIAM B. COOPER: Air for Organ. TRENT JOHNSON: Grotesque March –Aaron David Miller (1979 Fisk/House of Hope Presbyterian Church, Saint Paul, MN) PD Archive (r. 11-2022)
DAVID HURD: 4 Spiritual Preludes (Oh! what a beautiful city; Go down, Moses; Were you there?; Deep River) –David Hurd (1965 Schlicker/Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN) PD Archive (r. 3-27-23)
Filler – GEORGE (see above)
MARVIN MILLS: Prelude on Lauda Anima. JAMES LEE III: Ascend the Mountain: A Walk with Dr. King –Marlissa Hudson, soprano; Marvin Mills (1994 Reuter/Shadyside Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, PA) (r. 6-2015). Listen to the premiere performance of Ascend the Mountain on Program #2107.
DAVID HURD: Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue on Windham –Renée Anne Louprette (2008 Ruffatti/Uppsala Cathedral, Sweden) PD Archive (r. 7-23-2022). You can watch a YouTube video of this performance, too.
Filler – PRICE: Festal March (see above)
Several of the selections in this program were drawn from an exceptional ten-volume African-American Organ Music Anthology, available from MorningStar Music Publisher, edited by recitalist and teacher Mickey Thomas Terry. Dr. Terry introduces and explores additional repertoire, by no means monochromatic, in archived PIPEDREAMS programs Blending Black and White (#0305) and In Black and White (#0106).
PIPEDREAMS is supported in memory of Mr. & Mrs. Wesley C. Dudley by their family, by grants from Walter McCarthy, Clara Ueland, and the Greystone Foundation, the Art and Martha Kaemmer Fund of the HRK Foundation, by Jan and Steve Kirchner, and by listener-contributors to this public radio station. Additional support comes from Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. of Warrensburg, MO, and Schoenstein & Company Pipe Organ Builders of Benecia, CA, 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. A resource guide and member prospectus is available at APOBA.COM.