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ANTHONY AND BEARD (Ryan Anthony, trumpet, and Gary Beard, organ), 4/6, Brevard College, Brevard, N.C. Albinoni, Concerto Saint-Marc. Fauré, Après un rêve. Levy, Grand Russian Fantasy. An. Beard, Londonderry Air, Amazing Grace. Vivaldi, Concerto in A-flat. Milligan, Dreams of Karen. MozartBeard, Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen (Die Zauberflöte). Gershwin-Turrin, Someone to Watch Over Me. Clarke, Carnival of Venice (Theme and Variations).

MATTHEW MICHAEL BROWN, 4/25, First Presbyterian Church, Lockport, N.Y. Cook, Fanfare. Schumann, Sketch in D-flat; Sketch in f. Bach, Allein Gott in der Höh ' sei Ehr', BWV 662 and BWV 664 (two settings); Passacaglia in c, BWV 582. Messiaen, Les Corps glorieux: Force et agilité; Joie et clarté. Franck, Choral in b. Dupré, Prelude and Fugue in B, op. 7, no. 1.

STEPHANIE BURGOYNE, assisted by William Vandertuin, organ, 2/19, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London, Ont. Rheinberger, Prelude (Sonata No. 1 in c, op. 28). Bach, Largo ma non troppo in d, BWV 1043 (four hands). Graun, Concerto in g. Bédard, Petite Suite pour Orgue: Introduction; Fanfare; Lied; Scherzando.

STEPHEN Z. COOK, 3/2, Christ Episcopal Church, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Guilmant, March on a Theme by Handel, op. 15. Howells, Psalm-Prelude, op. 32, no. 3. Bach, Prelude and Fugue in b, BWV 544. Utterback, I Want Jesus to Walk with Me. Simpson, IVe Are Climbing Jacob's Ladder. Bolcom, What a Friend We Have in Jesus. Dupré, Prelude and Fugue in B, op. 7, no. 1.

TRUDY FABER, organ and harpsichord, assisted by Dr. J. Arthur Faber, reader, 4/6, Wittenberg University (Weaver Chapel), Springfield, Ohio. Bach, Prelude and Fugue in e, BWV 548. Demessieux, Accords alternes (Six Études), de Gambarini, Lover, Go and Calm Thy Sighs (Aria [Gavotte] and Two Variations). A Lady, Lesson VI in D (Six Lessons for Harpsichord). Persichetti, Do Not Go Gentle (for pedals alone). Rheinberger, Sonata No. 15 in D. Buck, Concert Variations on The Star Spangled Banner.

THOMAS FOSTER, with Linda Tsatsanis, soprano, and Nathan Whittaker, violoncello, 4/27, St. Mark's Cathedral (Thomsen Chapel), Seattle, Wash. Mendelssohn, Prelude and Fugue in c, Op. 37. Sweelinck, Mein junges Leben hat ein End'. Mozart, Fantasy in f, K. 594. Grazianini, In ancor ti resta in petto, de Rossi, Rompe il morso (Il Figliuol Prodigo). Purcell, Evening Hymn. Gabrieli, Sonata in g. Albinoni, Cantata: Fileno, caro amico.

THE GOUGH DUO (Rachel Gough, violin, and Rupert Gough, organ), 3/9, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, Calif. Rheinberger, Ouverture, op. 150, no. 6. Karg-Elert, Pastorale, op. 48. Bach, Cantabile (Sonata No. 6, BWV 1019a). Leighton, Fantasy on Es ist genug, op. 80. Lloyd Webber (William), Benedictus. Cooman, Vision; Keep on Shining (Sonata for Violin and Organ, op. 573).

STEPHEN GOURLEY, 4/6, First Presbyterian Church [Moller/Miller organ], Fayetteville, N.C. Locklair, Phoenix Processional. Bach, Herr fesu Christ, dich zu uns wend', BWV 655; Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 541. Schumann, Fugue on B-A-C-H, op. 60, no. 1. Willan, Three Hymn Preludes: St Anne; Buckingham; Hyfrydol. Eggert, Partita on Nettleton. Langlais, Chant de paix (Neuf Pièces). Vierne, Final (Symphony I). Gigout, Toccata in b.

ADRIAN GUNNING, 4/26, St. John the Evangelist Church, Islington, London, England. de Grigny, Dialogue sur les grands jeux (Ave maris Stella], Liibeck, Praeludium in E. Bach, Uebster Jesu, wir sind hier, BWV 634 and BWV 731 (two settings). Leighton, Prelude, Scherzo and Passacaglia. Hägg, Pastorale. Franck, Fantaisie in A. Messiaen, Le Banquet céleste; Transport de joie (Les Corps glorieux).

SARAH HOLLAND AND LUKE KESSLER, 4/13, Faith United Presbyterian Church, Monmouth, Ill. Läbeck, Praeambulum in E. …

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