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MICHAEL L. BOWER, 8/14/11, St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, N.Y. Bach, Prelude in C, BWV 547. Rowley, Soliloquy. Dupré, Prelude in B, op. 7, no. 1/a. Vierne, Impromptu Pièces de fantaisie). Widor, Allegro Symphony VI).

SCOTT BRADFORD, 7/5/11, St. fames United Church [Wilhelm organ], Montreal, Que. Bach, Fantasia and Fugue in g, BWV 542. Brahms, Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele Elf Choralvorspiele, op. 122). Widor, Allegro vivace (with the pedal cadenza of Firmin Swinnen). Humperdinck-Lemare, Angel Scene Hansel und Gretel). Wagner-Lemare, The Ride of the Valkyries [Die Walküre).

CARSON COOMAN, 3/8/11, Christ Episcopal Church [Visser-Rowland organ], Portola Valley, Calif. Moore (Philip), Paean. Uehlein (Christopher), Sonatina. Vaska (Peterisj, Te Deum.

PHILIP CROZIER, 7/23/11, St. Mark's Church, Hannover, Germany. Bédard, Triptyque: Ouverture; Invocation; Toccatina. Alain (Albert), Scherzo. Alain (Jehan), Litanies; Le Jardin suspendu; Petite Pièce; Climat; Deuxième Fantaisie. Duruflé, Prélude et Fugue sur le nom d'Alain, op. 7.

NINA DE SOLE, 7/19/11, St. James United Church [Wilhelm organ], Montreal, Que. Böhm, Partita on Ach wie nichtig, ach wie flüchtig. Liszt, Der Papst Hymnus. Dupré, Lamento, op. 24. Beaulieu, Suite Acadiana Heures Dominicales, op. 3, no. 2); Lamento; Variations modales sur Ave Maris Stella. Saint-Saëns-Guilmant, The Swan Carnival of the Animals). Guilmant, Offertoire sur O fillii etfilliae, op. 49, no. 2.

MARIE-CLAUDE DUCHESNE, 6/21/11, St. James United Church [Wilhelm organ], Montreal, Que. Mozart, Fantasie in f, K. 608. Sweelinck, Variations on Mein junges Leben hat ein End. Duruflé, Suite, op. 5.

TRUDY FABER, assisted by Dr. J. Arthur Faber, narrator, 6/19/11, Lake City Union Church, Lake City, Iowa. Buxtehude, Toccata in F. Cabezón, Tiento del quinto tono. Tunder, In dich hab ich gehoffet, Herr. Bach, Fugue in g, BWV 578. Linley, Trumpet Voluntary. Loud, Voluntary. Selby, Voluntary in A [Prelude and Fugue). Manz, God of Grace and God of Glory. Hobby, Brightest and Best of the Sons of the Morning Morning Star). Near, From Heaven Above to Earth I Come Vom Himmel hoch). Bach, In dulci jubilo. Price (Florence), Suite No. 1 for Organ: Fughette; Tocatto [sic], Ackerley, A Sweet for Mother Goose: Two Cats from Kilkenny; Old King Cole. Paine, Double Fugue on America.

THOMAS GOETZ, 3/24/11, Community Church of Vero Beach, Vero Beach, FIa. Schroeder, Poco vivace No. VI) Kleine Präluthen und Intermezzi). Proulx, Two Versets on Bunessan Morning Has Broken). Couperin, Messe pour les Paroisses: Fugue sur les jeux d'anches Kyrie); Tierce en taille Gloria). Bruhns, Praeludium in e. Bach, Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele, BWV 654. Held, A Mighty Fortress is Our God. Dupré, Antiphon III lam black but comely), op. 16, no. 3. Reger, Ostern, op. 145, no. 5.

GISELE GUIBORD, organ and Celtic harp, 6/14/11, St. James United Church [Wilhelm organ], Montreal, Que. Anon (c. 1525), Lady Carey's Dompe. Anon (Renaissance), Upon La MiRe. Traditional Irish, Londonderry Air, Carrickfergu. Buxtehude, Prelude and Fugue in f, BuxWV 145. Toulemonde, Lament In Ireland). …

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