Tag Archives: Sunday pipes
Sunday Pipes #90
My numbering got a little wonky so there are two #86 and two #87. Here is #90. David Gauthier, playing a Turner Organ somewhere.
Sunday Pipes #87
Today, I introduce a new organist to “Sunday Pipes” Her name is Anna Lapwood and here she is performing “Chevaliers De Sangreal” from The DiVinci Code at the Royal Albert Hall on March 1, 2002.
Sunday Pipes #86
Jonathan Scott, at St. Ann’s Church, Manchester, England. Many a bride, including mine, made her way to the altar while this song was performed. It might not have been played on an organ as magnificent as this, but it was … Continue reading
Sunday Pipes, #87
Just the other day, I came accross the “Piping Up” concert series for the first time. This concert was recorded at Temple Square, Salt Lake City on January 25, 2023. Organist, Richard Elliott
Sunday Pipes, #86
A new organ, played by a new organist (new to this page) It is short and sweet as I’m heading back to Nashville in a few minutes. To say the last 10 days have been hectic is a bit of … Continue reading
Sunday Pipes #85
This episode showcases both a new organ and organist, albeit both unidentified, other than being part of the Grissini Project. I knew it was going to get interesting at 1:28 when the organist began “pulling out all the stops.” 4 … Continue reading
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
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.
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.
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