Category Archives: Sunday pipes

Sunday Pipes #84

Once again I turn to the incredibly talented Jonathan Scott for this week’s installment of Sunday Pipes. Herein, Jonathan performs his arrangement of Beethoven’s Symphony #9 in D minor, Opus 125.  You may know it simply as the “Ode To … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #83

Posting early as I’ll be traveling back to Nashville tomorrow. Jonathan Scott performing Mozart’s “Turkish March”  from Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Maj. from the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, UK.

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Sunday Pipes #82

Well, this should get your feet tapping and put a smile on your face. Jonathan Scott performing his arrangement of  Strauss’s Radetzky March, Op. 228 on the organ at Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK. Volume up, if you will.

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Sunday Pipes #81 “Opus 134”

Many of you are aware that I am now working with a company based in Nashville, TN and am back and forth between Nashville and home in Aiken, SC. (Still spending a lot more time in TN). Isn’t it a … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #80

It has been over a month since I posted a “Sunday Pipes.”  My apologies. I return with one of the most recognizabale pieces composed by the late, great J S Bach. . . .  BWV 565, aka  “The Tocatta & … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #79

It has been said that if you don’t have a pipe organ, a Hammond  B3 is the next best thing. And it sounds something like this: “ Summertime”  

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Sunday Pipes #78

Having managed to not see any of the many aspects of the funeral for HM The Queen, I feel a little guilty for missing it all. Pressing personal and work  circumstances have put a little stress on my time. On … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #77

With editorial comment. Back in the mid-1960’s, the Catholic Church was “adapting” to the changes imposed upon the faithful by the destructive changes (IMHO) wrought by the   Second Vatican Council. Once of the biggest changes was that of liturgical music. … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #76 (#TBS)

(#TBS = Throw Back Sunday) I spent more time searching my  EHDs for this picture than I did writing the post. As a young boy, there was an eclectic mix of music in our house; church organ, polka, big band, … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes, #75

  “Adagio For Organ,” the inaugural composition for the pipe organ by Norwegian Morten Malvik.

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