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
Tag Archives: Herbert Howells
“Undimmed grief” is what composer Herbert Howells suffered when he and his wife suffered the loss of their son, Michael, aged nine, from polio. He wrote: I am completely frozen and all the sympathy and kindness in the world couldn’t … Continue reading
Evensong is offered every day at the Three Choirs Festival and today’s service was sung by the (mixed) Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir with director Stephen Shellard and organist Richard Cook. For this service, everyone sits in the chancel area, and … Continue reading
Drum roll, please … Here is the video for fantastic Joey Fala at the Woolsey Hall organ at Yale University for his graduate organ recital! Here’s the program, with notes found on the internet: Edward Elgar, Pomp and Circumstance, March … Continue reading
I saw the end of a beautiful and long tradition tonight—thank you, St. Andrew’s Choir and thank you, John Renke for your last Choral Evensong. You have been a blessing to this community. St. Andrew’s was one of the first … Continue reading
Last night before the Joint Evensong with the combined St. Andrew’s Cathedral and Lutheran Church of Honolulu choirs, director Scott Fikse posted on Facebook: “Come hear two of the finest choirs in Hawaii combine forces for Evensong at St. Andrew’s … Continue reading
I am a hopeless political junkie and we are once again in one of my favorite news cycles —a presidential campaign. I just love the debates, the polls, and the talk shows. And of course there’s a lot of talk about … Continue reading
Last weekʻs Evensong at St. Andrewʻs Cathedral in memory of Carl Crosier was very well-attended and the Cathedral Choir seemed to outdo itself in the tribute to its former chorister. The Cathedral tower bells were rung continuously before the service. The following … Continue reading
This is just a reminder that this coming Sunday, October 5th at 5:30 pm, Carl Crosier will be remembered at Evensong at St. Andrew’s Cathedral. He specifically requested that the Herbert Howells Gloucester service be sung. I am also posting … Continue reading
One of my favorite choral anthems will be sung by the LCH Choir this week but unfortunately we’ll be in Bremerton, WA, celebrating the life of Carl’s stepfather, Edwin Runquist, who died last weekend. The anthem will be “The Lamb,” … Continue reading