Subscribe to Blog via Email
Complete List of My Posts
Top Posts & Pages
- The most powerful organ sounds
- A sister organ
- How many organists does it take to …?
- The Lamb “warhorse”
- Behind the scenes
- Organ duets
- More is more!
- Wow! Small world!
- Where to next?
- Insane harpsichord madness!
- Still aglow from Purcell
- Standing ovation for Perfect Purcell
- Double duty
- Today is September 11th
- Good Lord, deliver us!
- Prepping for Purcell
- A Compline alumnus
- Not just organs…
- Finally! Organs I can play!
Search for posts by tagALCM Allen Bauchle American Guild of Organists Association of Lutheran Church Musicians Beckerath organ Boston Early Music Festival Carol Langner Clavierübung Compline Compline Choir Dana Marsh Darel Stark Early Music Hawaii Edith Ho Georgine Stark Great Eighteen Chorales Ian Capps Iolani School Jason Anderson Jennifer Lane Jeremy Wong Joey Fala John McCreary John Renke Jonathan Dimmock Karl Bachman Karol Nowicki Karyn Castro Keane Ishii Marcel Dupré Mass in B Minor McNeil Robinson Miguel Felipe Naomi Castro Nathan Laube organ organist Peter Hallock Rudolf von Beckerath Scott Fikse St. Andrew's Cathedral St. Mark's Cathedral Seattle Three Choirs Festival Tim Carney Vicki Gorman
Category Archives: J. S. Bach
Flabbergasted! Okay, even though I know what it means, it’s not a word that I use in ordinary conversation. The term originated in 1772, and was mentioned (with bored) in a magazine article as a new vogue word, likely an arbitrary formation from flabby or … Continue reading
Totally at home. That’s how I felt last night sitting at the fabulous Flentrop organ at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Berkeley. In fact, I told George Emblom, the church’s music director, that I felt like I had more and … Continue reading
What a difference a couple of weeks makes! Two weeks ago I played the large settings of Bach’s Clavierübung as a glorious celebration of Martin Luther, the Lutheran chorale, and the Reformation. Today America has changed, and the mood is … Continue reading
After practicing this morning, I took the BART to the very end of the line, Millbrae, where I was picked up and driven to the home of Joe Hansen and Rick Cicinelli. If you go back and read my post … Continue reading
Did you know that the phrase, “warts and all,” is attributed to Oliver Cromwell, in his instructions to the portrait artist, Sir Peter Lely? According to the Free Dictionary, Cromwell ordered Lely “not to flatter him, but to paint him … Continue reading
Yesterday I have to admit that the period between 5:30 and 6:15 pm was pretty frantic. I actually had a relaxing day, as my only task was to find a piece of jewelry to wear to dress up my outfit. And … Continue reading
Tonight was the dress rehearsal for my Bach Clavierübung concert and I am happy to report there were no train wrecks—at least in my part! As you will see in the program, this body of Bach’s chorale preludes are among … Continue reading
As I was eating breakfast and scanning today’s newspaper, I was wondering whether there would be any notice of my organ concert on Sunday. And lest I had any doubt, when I turned to page 19 in the TGIF Entertainment … Continue reading
Okay, I’m going out on a limb here—I am including two sing-along pieces at my Bach Clavierübung concert, this Sunday night, October 30th at 7:00 pm at the Lutheran Church of Honolulu. What? You mean I have to sing at this … Continue reading