A Houston Organ Prelude
Episode 1617 of Pipe Dream, hosted by Michael Barone feature many instruments that will be heard at the 2016 AGO Convention. Michael calls the program "A Houston Organ Prelude." To enjoy a sampling of the wonderful instruments you will hear this summer, click the button to the right to listen to this special Pipe Dreams episode.
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There's still time to make your plans to attend the convention in Houston, June 19-23. In addition to these amazing instruments, there will be world class performers, inspiring worship and informative workshops. You will be with your friends and colleagues and will have the opportunity to shape the future of our organization. Don't delay, as the price will increase on May 15. Also, book your room right away in order to take advantage of the discounted AGO rate of $145 per night. Click the button to your right to register now.
Music played in the program
GEORG BÖHM: Praeludium in C –Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra (2010 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian Church, Houston) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/14/12)
JOHANN PACHELBEL: Ciacona in f –Kimberly Marshall (1995 Noack/Christ the King Lutheran Church, Houston) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/13/12)
J. S. BACH: Sinfonia No. 3, fr Cantata BWV 35 –Ars Lyrica Houston/Matthew Dirst, director; Robert Bates (1995 Noack/Christ the King Lutheran Church, Houston) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/13/12)
ROB LANDES: Toccata –Kathryn White (2012 Letourneau/Belin Chapel, Houston Baptist University) Pipedreams Archive (r. 3/4/12)
MARCEL DUPRÉ: Évocation (Poeme Symphonique), Op. 37 –Stephen Tharp (2010 Pasi/Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/12/12)
NICOLAS de GRIGNY: Pange lingua (3 versets). J. S. BACH: Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 682 –Melvin Butler (2010 Pasi/Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Houston) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/12/12)
J. S. BACH: Trio, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 660. JOHANNES BRAHMS: Prelude & Fugue in g. –Thomas Schuster (2010 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian Church, Houston) Pipedreams Archive (r. 4/14/12)
PHILIPP HEINRICH ERLEBACH: Trocknet euch ihr heissen Zähren –Ryland Angel, countertenor; Ars Lyrica Houston; Matthew Dirst (2010 Fritts/St. Philip Presbyterian Church, Houston) Centaur 3426
DAVID ASHLEY WHITE: As the Father has loved me.SAMUEL BARBER (arr. Strickland): Adagio for Strings –Laurie Robertson, soprano; Ann Frohbieter (1991 Fisk/Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, Houston) PMC 02
SIGURD ØGAARD: Postludium Improvisation in the Style of Bruckner –Sigurd Øgaard (1985 Schantz/Grace Presbyterian Church, Houston) HSC 2013