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Sunday Pipes #69

Rule Brittainia, Jonathan Scott. . . .  still bingeing on everything royal.

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Sunday Pipes #68

A bit of a whimsical piece. J. Haydn: Pieces for Musical Clock (Flötenuhr) Hob. XIX:1-32 Performed on pipe organ by Bruno Vlahek No.1 Allegro moderato No.2 Andante No.5 Menueto No.10 Vivace No.11 Menueto No.12 Presto  

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Sunday Pipes #67

In the United States, tomorrow we officially  remember those that gave their lives fighting for our freedom. I was able to find this piece by Jermaine Cain  to post on the day before Memorial Day.

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Sunday Pipes #66

Well, isn’t this special. Scott Joplin‘s “The Entertainer” arranged by the one and only E. Power Biggs and performed by Dr. Anthony Hammond. Relax, enjoy.

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Sunday Pipes #65

I decided on something a little different for today. A short, yet interesting and entertaining news report about the very special Casavant organ at the Lewis & Clark Colleges’s Agnes Flanagan Chapel. What caught my ear was the two female  … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #61

It’s that time of year again as we are just a few days away from the start of the 2022 Baseball season. A bit of a departure from my usual serious approach to the organ, but what’s a baseball game … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #60*

*I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends I wasn’t motivated to go searching for a piece for this week.  I gave up and thought that no one would notice.   As I perused my news feeds this morning, … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #57

“The Cannon” Pachelbel’s Canon is an accompanied canon by the German Baroque composer Johann Pachelbel in his Canon and Gigue for 3 violins and basso continuo (German: Kanon und Gigue für 3 Violinen mit Generalbaß) (PWC 37, T. 337, PC 358). It is sometimes called Canon and Gigue in … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #55

While fans of Virgil Fix may disagree, Edward George Power Biggs  (1906-1977) was the most renowned organist of the 20th Century.  His bio can be found here. Back in 1986, I was presenting at a conference in Boston, MA and … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #52

“Pavane”, composed by Gabriel  Fauré in 1886/1187, is regarded  as one of the most peaceful pieces of music ever written. Jonathan Scott performs his solo organ transcription of Pavane Op. 50 by Gabriel Fauré at the organ of Henry Le … Continue reading

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