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Secret mission 

  Shhhh! Don’t tell Joey! This was a title of an email I sent to Bob Alder and Rick Mazurowski, two members of the Hawaii Chapter American Guild of Organists who live on the Big Island and in charge of … Continue reading

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Wilbur Held, 100 years old

Chances are, most people in the pew have not heard the name Wilbur Held (b. 1914) but if anyone has come to any services I’ve played, the odds are pretty good that he or she has heard his music. That’s … Continue reading

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Don’t do it for the kids

In May, there was a very interesting blog post by Fr. Robert Hendrickson in the Episcopal Church, about the possibilities of a new hymnal in their denomination. His post is called “Don’t Do It for the Kids: Of Hymnal Revision … Continue reading

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The learned skill of performing

So many people came up to me today at church to comment on our Young Organists Concert last night—both those who attended as well as those who couldn’t make it for one reason or another. I’m happy to report that … Continue reading

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