Tag Archives: Buxtehude

In Search Of Equanimity

Three minutes with the Accentus Insula Orchestra as they perform a little ditty by Dieterich Buxtehude, (1639-1707)  entitled Alleluia. While most of us will recognize some of the works of JS Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and lest we forget, Tchaikovsky, the … Continue reading

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The Hurricane That Was Not

I spent the day in Charleston, SC and was hoping that I was going to run into Jim Cantore, but alas, Cantore and Isaias were nowhere to be found.  It rained and got a little breezy, but  Jim was up … Continue reading

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Journey To The Stars

Good evening and warm wishes to our friends in and from Canada. The 1970’s and 80’s were the best years for music, and music videos (Except for maybe the years of Bach and Buxtehude.) One of the hottest bands from … Continue reading

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Throwing It Way Back

My favorite composer is Dietrich Buxtehude and there is nothing like some pipe organ music during Holy Week. Since Buxtehude died in 1707, we are throwing this way back on this Thursday. Praeludium in E Minor, BuxWV 143 “Prelude in … Continue reading

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A Discovery

Yesterday, I discovered Spotify.   Ten years since it was founded, but I’ve rarely been accused of being an early adapter, except for one company we started, but that’s another story. Today, after church, I will spend my day getting … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #19

Chris Paraskevopoulos, on his residence organ. Buxtehude’s Chaconne in E Minor. Post-publish.  Whenever possible, I tag the artist across all my social media to let them know I am (in my own little way) showcasing their work. I received a message … Continue reading

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