Tag Archives: Sunday pipes
Most of us spend decades (10,000 hours?) learning our respective trades with the hope of someday making it to the top. Few of us succeed in making our name renowned in our field. Nhat Tong, while in High School in … Continue reading
The variation being a keyboard. . . without the pipes. On this date in 1919, pianist and statesman Ignacy Jan Paderewski became the first premier of the newly created Republic of Poland. Below is a short clip from the 1937 … Continue reading
From a different kettle of fish. About fifteen years ago, I picked up this CD at a book fair and while I was never a big fan of Yes, I appreciated this album for Rick’s mastering of his craft. A … Continue reading
Somewhere on this planet, is there living a man/woman who is as talented and has the “Reverence for Life” that Dr. Albert Schweitzer displayed and is lauded for? A noted physician, theologian, Nobel Prize Laureate, musician/organist and philosopher, Schweitzer (1875-1965) … Continue reading
How could I pass this up?….listen while you are doing something else… and you’ll do it better. Recorded earlier today across the pond.
Today, November 29th is the First Sunday in Advent. . . the day when Christians around the world begin preparations for Christmas Day and celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Every year since I was a child, I recall hearing … Continue reading
All we need to know is what the title tells us. For new readers, I’m a fan of pipe organ music and for a while, was posting about pipe organs and the music on Sundays. Older posts can be found … Continue reading
A day or so ago, I mentioned that while taking a road trip, I was looking forward to listening to some of the works of Dietrich Buxtehude. One of my buddies left a comment, Dietrich who? I responded personally but … Continue reading
The talented organist Chris Oelkers plays Immaculate Mary (Lourdes Hymn) on the Custom Monarke organ at the Mary Queen Catholic Church in Friendswood (TX).