Tag Archives: Gabriel Fauré

Winging it

Last Friday I was supposed to try out the organ in the Mystic Rose Oratory at Chaminade University in advance of a rehearsal there on Saturday. You see I will be accompanying the Hawaii Vocal Arts Ensemble in their annual Masterworks … Continue reading

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Upcoming Fauré Requiem

We’re home for just a short nine days before taking off again across the pond. And on our “to-do” list is a performance of Gabriel Fauré’s beloved Requiem for the memorial service of our long-time friend, choral conductor Dale Noble who died … Continue reading

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Celebration John McCreary

If a bomb had struck at St. Andrew’s Cathedral April 27th at 11:00 am, there would be no more church music in Honolulu! That is because every church musician in town was there to celebrate the life of Canon Organist … Continue reading

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A French Christmas

On Sunday after church, the trebles (sopranos and altos) had their first rehearsal on the Christmas Day music. They will be singing Gabriel Fauré’s Messe Basse for the ordinary, plus the French carol, Il est né. (They’ll also be singing … Continue reading

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