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Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostWed Apr 12, 2023 4:22 pm

On May 12 at 7:30 pm, German concert organist, Rudolf Muller plays Hauptwerk organs!
To attend, please reserve seats via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rudolf-muller-german-concert-organist-plays-hauptwerk-organs-music-at-8-tickets-616708590997

PROGRAM

John Cook (1918-1984) Fanfare


Bernardo Storace (ca. 1637-1707) Balletto from Selva di varie compositioni


Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Fantasia et Fuga g minor BWV 542


Jean Langlais (1907-1991) Chant de Paix (Song of peace) from Nine Pieces


Max Reger (1873-1916) Toccata und Fuge d minor / D major from Twelve Pieces op. 59


Denis Bédard (*1950) Cat Suite Prrrelude

Cats at Play

Catnap

Toc-Cat-a


Zsolt Gárdonyi (*1946) Mozart Changes


JosephBonnet (1884-1944) Variations de Concert op. 1



Rudolf Müller (http://www.rudolfmueller.eu)

Born in 1977 in Würzburg, Germany, Rudolf Müller started his musical education at the age of five, and organ lessons at the age of 13. Later he went on to study at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst (University of Music and Performing Arts) in Frankfurt am Main under professors Gerd Wachowski (organ and improvisation), Tomasz Adam Nowak (improvisation), Martin Sander (organ), Winfried Toll (conducting choirs), Godehard Joppich (Gregorian chant) and Martin Lutz (conducting orchestra). He concluded his studies with Master's degrees in church music (2002), in musical performance (2003) and in organ solo performance (2007). He has also attended master classes on improvisation held by Thierry Escaich, Hans Gebhard, Wolfgang Seifen, Peter Planyavsky and others.

Rudolf Müller has won a number of prizes at international organ competitions, among them first prize and audience prize both at the International Bach Competition in Wiesbaden and the International Competition for organ improvisation in Schwäbisch Gmünd, and third prize at the International Organ Competition held by the Valentino Bucchi Foundation in Rome. He was also awarded a cultural prize by Bad Soden am Taunus (for organ concerts for children) and was given a scholarship by the Schlosskirche Bad Homburg (Bad Homburg Castle Church) board of trustees.

Mr. Müller took up the post of organist at Mariannhill Monastery Church in 1994. He has been a fulltime church musician at Mariannhill Monastery Church since 2005. He is Artistic Director of the international organ concert series there. In 2006, he started teaching organ and improvisation at Matthias Grünewald Grammar School in Würzburg. In 2014, he founded the Mariannhill Chamber Orchestra.

Concert work has taken Rudolf Muller to prestigious music festivals in Germany, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Israel and South Africa. CD recordings for Priory Records and Rondeau Production.
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostThu Jun 22, 2023 5:35 pm

Stan's Music Parlor Organ Demonstration and Open Bench! (Music at 8 pm.)
Fri, Jul 14, 2023, 7:30 PM


Dr. Harris describes the organ's development from its original 1998 installation as a digital Johannus Sweelinck 30, to the addition of the BachMen/Rosales pipe organ and more than 150 Hauptwerk virtual pipe organs.

Music representing 16th through 21st century compositions and international styles displays the organ's vast tonal resources.

Following the organ's demonstration, audience keyboard musicians will be invited to play some favorite music on various combinations of the organ's digital, pipe and virtual instruments!

To attend, please register via Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stans-music-parlor-organ-demonstration-and-open-bench-music-at-8-pm-tickets-660901964567?aff=oddtdtcreator
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostMon Jul 10, 2023 3:35 pm

July 21: Dr. Scott Anderson plays Hauptwerk virtual pipe organs!
Facebook Live at 8: https://www.facebook.com/StansMusicParlor90019
To attend in person, please reserves seats via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dr-scott-anderson-plays-baroque-german-and-french-organ-music-music-8-tickets-675446618017?aff=oddtdtcreator

BIOGRAPHY:
Dr. Anderson's career as organist focuses on sacred music. He has served congregations of various denominations for over forty years in Chicago, Colorado Springs, and Southern California.

Scott has experience as a recitalist in organ, piano, harpsichord, and voice. While enjoying making music on these instruments and singing, his first and favorite instrument remains the organ.

Scott holds a BM in church music from Concordia University Chicago, a MM in organ performance from Azusa Pacific University, and a DMA in organ performance from Claremont Graduate University. There he performed Messiaen’s organ cycle La Nativité du Seigneur and wrote his dissertation “La Nativité du Seigneur: The Apex of Style in the Early Organ Works of Olivier Messiaen.”

Dr. Anderson is in his 26th year as Organist and Music Director at First Lutheran Church in Monrovia, California, and in his fifth year as Organist and Choir Director at Glendora United Methodist Church in Glendora. He is a native Southern Californian.

PROGRAM

Prelude and Fugue in E Minor, BWV 533 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Das Orgelbüchlein

O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß, BWV 622

O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig, BWV 618

Christ ist erstanden, BWV 627



Fugue in G Major, BuxWV 175 Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707)

Es ist das Heil uns kommen her, BuxWV 186



Toccata in C Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706)

Toccata and Fugue in C

Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ

Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her

Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott

Toccata and Fugue in B-flat



Messe pour les Convents de Religieux et Religieuses François Couperin (1668-1733)

Grand Plein Jeu

Fugue sur le Trompette

Dialogue sur le Trompette et le Montre, Bourdon et Nazard

Cromorne sur le Taille

Dialogue sur le Grand Jeux



Suite du Premier Ton Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676-1749)

Grand Plein Jeu

Duo

Basse et Dessus de Trompette ou de Cornet separé, en dialogue

Dialogue sur les Grands Jeux
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostSun Jul 16, 2023 2:36 pm

July 28, 2023 at 7:30 pm:

Justin Senneff plays the Trost and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Skinner virtual organs!

For details and to attend: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/justin-senneff-plays-organ-masterpieces-on-hauptwerk-organs-music-at-8-tickets-678849385787?aff=oddtdtcreator

BIOGRAPHY
Justin Bryan Senneff (B. 1994) is an Organist and Vocalist who has been active in Church Music Ministry for 12 years. He is presently a student at Cal State University, Fullerton (B.A Liberal Arts, Music) and graduates in Spring of 2024. He also graduated from Citrus College in 2019 with an Associates in Music. Justin has played for several prestigious Churches across the West coast from San Francisco to San Diego. He currently serves as the Principal Organist and Choir Director at St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church in Temple City, assistant Organist at St. Therese Catholic Church in Alhambra and first assistant Organist and Arts Liaison at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Pasadena. Mr. Senneff is also a member of the American Guild of Organists and serves on the board of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians. He has studied under Neil Stipp, Esther Jones and present studies under Lynette Ball McGee.

PROGRAM

1730 Tobias Heinrich Gottfried Trost: Evangelische Lutherische Stadtkirche, Waltershausen, Thüringen, Germany
https://www.organartmedia.com/de/heinri ... ried-trost

Toccata in E minor Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706)

Suite for a Musical Clock George Frederic Handel (1685-1759)PreludeAirA Voluntary on a Flight of Angels
Sonata for Bells
Menuet
Gigue

Prelude and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 549 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

1928 E.M. Skinner: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Chicago, Illinois
https://milandigitalaudio.com/1928-mt-c ... m-skinner/

Elevation in F major Opus 30. No. 1 Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911)

Symphony No. 9 Opus 59, II “Largo” Antonin Dvořák (1841-1904)

Hymn Break: “Bringing in the Sheeves” Knowles Shaw

Choral Improvisation Op. 65 Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933)
Nun Dankt alle Gott

Organ Book Jean Langlais (1907-1991)
Prelude
Pastoral Song
Pasticcio

Exultate Daniel Gawthrop (b. 1949)
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostWed Aug 30, 2023 5:10 pm

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ethan-haman-plays-3-grand-hauptwerk-virtual-pipe-organs-music-at-8-pm-tickets-709720682667?aff=oddtdtcreator

Ethan Haman plays French Classic, Dutch Neobaroque and French Romantic virtual pipe organs! Facebook Live at 8 at Stan's Music Parlor. https://www.facebook.com/StansMusicParlor90019

PROGRAM:

Grand Dialogue by Louis Marchand (1669-1732)

Messe pour les paroisses by François Couperin (1668-1733)

XVIII. Benedictus/Élévation - Cromorne en taille

Præludium et Fuga in C by Georg Böhm (1661-1733)

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, BWV 147 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) arr. Harvey Grace (1874-1944)

Choral no. 3 by César Franck (1822-1890)

All Hallows Voluntary by Angela Kraft Cross (b. 1958)

Improvisation on themes given by the audience, by Ethan Haman (b. 1997)

BIOGRAPHY

Ethan Haman from Fremont, California is passionate about musical creativity through performance, improvisation, and composition at the organ, both independently and in collaboration with ensembles. He currently works as Staff Accompanist for the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, providing organ and piano accompaniment for rehearsals and performances of the Yale Camerata, Schola Cantorum, Repertory Chorus, and Recital Chorus as well as for graduate conducting and voice lessons. He is also Staff Accompanist for the Greater New Haven Community Chorus, Director of Music for the Episcopal Church at Yale, and Organist/Associate Director of Music at Noroton Presbyterian Church in Darien, CT.

Ethan was a finalist in the American Guild of Organist's National Competition in Organ Improvisation, winning the Third Prize and Audience Prize during the 2022 National Convention in Seattle. He performs throughout the United States and internationally both as a recitalist and in collaboration with various ensembles, and his performances often feature extensive improvisations. He has performed and recorded in 23 states and 10 countries, including such notable venues as Davies Symphony Hall and the Cathedral of St. Mary in San Francisco, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Trinity Church and Harvard University's Adolphus Busch Hall in Boston, Notre Dame d'Auteuil in Paris, and the Grote Kerk of St. Bavo in Haarlem, the Netherlands.

Ethan graduated from Yale University with MM and MMA degrees in Organ Performance in May 2022, studying organ with Jon Laukvik, Craig Cramer, and Martin Jean, as well as improvisation with Jeffrey Brillhart. In 2019, he graduated from USC with a BM degree in Composition and Organ Performance, studying with Daniel Temkin, Sean Friar, Donald Crockett, Andrew Norman, Morten Lauridsen, and Cherry Rhodes. Previously, he studied with concert organist and composer Angela Kraft Cross. He has gone on several study trips to Paris and Lyon sponsored by USC, the San Francisco Peninsula Organ Academy, and The Presser Foundation's Undergraduate Scholar Award for immersion into the French organ tradition on historic instruments including those of Notre Dame Cathedral and the Church of Saint-Sulpice in Paris, with extensive study under internationally renowned improvisers Sophie-Véronique Cauchefer-Choplin and Frédéric Blanc.

In addition to his performance activities, Ethan teaches improvisation privately and through workshops for universities as well as local chapters of the AGO, and most recently for the Church Music Institute in Dallas, TX. He is regularly commissioned to compose new choral and keyboard music. Notable recent commissions include the AGO for their 2019 Regional Convention in Orange County and Singing City Choir in collaboration with 2020-2021 Philadelphia youth poet laureate Cydney Brown. His compositions can be found at http://www.SheetMusicPlus.com. Ethan also enjoys recording videos for his YouTube channel as well as studying foreign languages; he currently speaks English, French, Spanish, European Portuguese, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese, and is currently learning German and Korean.

Ethan’s professional website will be launching soon. Please visit http://www.EthanHaman.com in a few months, or follow @Ethan.Haman.Music today on Facebook or Instagram to see concert, recording, and composition announcements!
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostTue Sep 12, 2023 1:08 pm

Sep 29, 2023
Nicholas Galinaitis plays Hauptwerk virtual pipe organs!
Live stream at 8: https://www.facebook.com/StansMusicParlor90019
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nicholas-galinaitis-plays-hauptwerk-virtual-pipe-organs-music-at-8-pm-tickets-717582999067?aff=oddtdtcreator

Program:

Prelude and Fugue in D Major BWV 532– J. S. Bach (1685 - 1750)

Fountain Reverie – P. Fletcher (1879 - 1932)

Prelude in C-Sharp Minor – S. Rachmaninoff (1873 - 1943)
Prelude in G-Sharp Minor Op. 32 No. 12

Toccata in D Minor Op. 59. No. 5 – M. Reger (1873 – 1914)
Fugue in D Minor Op. 59 No. 6

Toccata in D Minor - S. Prokofiev (1891-1953)

Carillon de Westminster Op. 54 No. 6 – L. Vierne (1870 - 1932)



Biography:

Nicholas Galinaitis is a dynamic and upcoming concert pianist who has been living in Los Angeles since 2019. He has been trained by Dr. David Kreider in Westminster, MD and Leticia Gomez-Tagle, in Vienna, Austria. He has performed for various venues such as the Los Angeles Breakfast Club in Los Angeles, Art For Hearts’ Sake Concert Series in Baltimore, as well as various small local venues for performances that were warmly received by the community. He specializes in the Romantic Repertoire of Chopin, Rachmaninoff, and Liszt, and dazzles audiences with his own compositions and renditions on famous themes from music, “Now Thank We All Our God,” and the Paganini Caprice No. 13.

In addition to being a successful recitalist, he has also been the music director of music programs in churches in Westminster, Maryland, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania and La Crescenta, California, where he has served as both organist and choir director. He has studied organ with Ted Dix and Samuel Springer through the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostFri Oct 06, 2023 3:53 pm

Organist, Dr. Joseph Simms, plays Hauptwerk organs! (Music starts at 8 pm.)
Fri, Oct 27, 2023

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dr-joseph- ... tdtcreator

Biography

Dr. Simms graduated from Arizona State University with a music major. He served as Music Director at the Episcopal Cathedral Center in Echo Park, and the Alternate Cathedral St. John's Episcopal Church. He also was Music Director at St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral, Reno, Nevada. He studied with Nadine Dresskell at ASU, and took organ & improvisation with Ronald Thayer--pupil of Alexander McCurdy at Westminster Choir College. He holds a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from UCLA.

Program

Mass for the Parishes Francois Couperin (1668-1733)
Fugue sur les jeux d’anches
Recit de Chromhorne
Dialogue sur la Trompette et le Chromhorne
Plein chant
Plein Jeu

Organ Works Ludwig von Beethoven (1770-1827)
Fuga
Praeludium

Organ Works Anton Bruckner (1824-1896) Andante
Fugue in D Minor
Praeludium in C Major

Adagio Roger Nyquist (1934-2020)

Air Stacy Piontek, (B. 1982)

Fanfare Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

Part II

Trumpet Flourish Leon Nelson (1942-2022)

Jesus Makes My Heart Rejoice Robert Elmore (1913-1985)

Two Chorale Preludes Alfred Fedak, (B. 1953)
Jesus, Lover of My Soul Martyn
Love Divine, All Loves Excelling Beecher

Chorale & Variations Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht Johann Walther (1684-1748)

Invocation in A Minor (Opus 71) Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911)

Adagio from Sonata I Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)

Invitation to Quiet No. 3 Clarence Mader (1904-1971)

Two Trumpet Tunes Michael McCabe, (B. 1941)

Toccata in D Major Flor Peeters (1903-1986)

Improvisations

My Shepherd Will Supply My Need
Resignation
Near to the Heart of God McAfee
Come, Christians Join to Sing Spanish Hymn

P R O G R A M N O T E S
Prolific French composer Couperin spent the end of his life as court organist at the Palace of Versailles. Early in life, Beethoven auditioned as church organist in Bonn. His organ compositions reflect a young man’s experimentations with the new Romantic key changes and harmonies. Better known for orchestral works, Bruckner’s few organ pieces deserve a hearing. Nyquist taught organ at the University of Santa Clara. Piontek lives in Boise, ID. He composed his Air at 12 years old, on a day when his dad ridiculed him for aspiring to a career in church music. He went over to his church, and this Air was the result. Purcell’s seldom heard Fanfare sounds out the joyous and elegant.
Nelson’s Flourish just seemed the right thing to open the second half tonight. It would make a grand wedding march. Elmore taught composition at Curtis in Philadelphia. Many West Coast organists studied with him. Fedak’s two chorale preludes provide a very unusual, beautiful take on two well-known hymn tunes. He set Beecher in 5/4 meter. Walther composed many Baroque chorale preludes in the German tradition. Mendelssohn provides a very sweet Romantic slow movement Adagio. Mader taught at Occidental College. McCabe’s trumpet ventures make wonderful church postludes. Peeters’ Toccata--rarely heard, seems a dramatic, regal curtain drop tonight.
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostSun Jan 07, 2024 3:55 pm

Jan 28 @ 7:30 pm:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/thomas-mellan-composer-pianist-and-organist-returns-to-la-music-at-8-tickets-792631120017 Facebook Live at 8 pm: https://www.facebook.com/StansMusicParlor90019

BIOGRAPHY
https://www.thomasmellan.com/

Thomas Mellan is an organist, keyboardist, harpischordist, guitarist pianist, producer and composer based in Los Angeles. In 2012, he played his first recital at Eglise St. Eustache in Paris. He is featured in the official Walt Disney concert hall organ DVD. In 2018, his European tour included a residency at the Lviv Concert Hall, where he gave the Ukrainian premier of Messiaen’s Livre d’Orgue on the largest organ in Ukraine. As a classical organist he specializes in virtuosic repertoire from the 19th and 20th centuries as well as French baroque music.

His classical music has been performed in America, Europe and Asia by performers including the Sakura Cello Quintet, Orest Smovzh, Stephen Tharp and Jared Jacobsen. His output features « impossible » organ music that attempts to push the limits of organ technique, but also a 40-minute set of inventions for solo violin, a concerto for five cellos, and more esoteric, nasty-sounding « music ».

He composes for and plays keys and guitar in the technical death metal band Travasticism, with Tristan Heinicke and Bryan Lu.

He's the creator behind the darksynth project Decapital.

He plays harpsichord and keys in Delirium Musicum, the dynamic and cutting edge conductor-less ensemble from Los Angeles. He appears on Delirium’s debut album “Seasons”, released in 2023 by Warner Classics and produced by Fred Vogler.

He graduated from the USC Thornton School of Music in 2017 with a BM in organ and composition and in 2020 with an MM in organ and an MM in composition. He attended Thornton for 7 years on full-tuition scholarship.

PROGRAM

François Couperin: Offertoire sur les grands jeux (Messe pour les paroisses)
Thomas Mellan: Symphonic Nocturne (2021)
Tigran Hamasyan: Samsara (arr. Mellan)
Animals as Leaders: Cafo (arr. Mellan)
WA Mozart: Rondo in A minor, K. 511
Léopold Godowsky: Studies after Chopin’s Etudes, No. 33
Pierre Boulez: Deuxième Sonate: I, Extrêmement rapide
Max Reger: Symphonic Fantasy and Fugue, Op. 57 “Inferno”

The Mozart, Godowsky and Boulez selections will be played on the piano.
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostWed Mar 27, 2024 6:49 pm

Friday, April 19
Dr. Les Deutsch plays his virtual recreation of Franck's Basilica organ!
Music starts at 8 pm and can be seen on Facebook LIVE: https://www.facebook.com/StansMusicParlor90019
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dr-les-deutsch-plays-his-virtual-recreation-of-francks-basilica-organ-tickets-873003415717

BIOGRAPHY
Dr. Les Deutsch may be best known as a NASA mathematician – but he retired from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in December, 2022. Since then, he has had to fall back on his other career as a musician and composer. Les has been the Caltech Organist since 1974, so this is his 50th anniversary. He has performed at Stan’s Music Parlor in the past as both a concert organist and a theater organist. This time around, his concert will focus on “musical projects I have accomplished since my retirement.”

PROGRAM
Among other things, you will hear some new arrangements and a new composition for organ. You will hear some chorale preludes by Marcel Dupré – samples of the recent recordings Les made of the entire series of 79 chorales. You will hear all of this played on an organ Les designed as a recreation of the Cavaillé-Coll instrument built for the Basilica of Saint Clotilde in Paris, France, as it existed during the tenure of organist César Franck.
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostWed May 01, 2024 7:03 pm

May 12, 2024
Mallory Haney Loo plays Hauptwerk virtual pipe organs! (Music at 8 pm.)
Mallory previews her program for the Internationale Orgelkonzerte of Klosterkirche Mariannhill, Würzburg!

To attend, please reserve seats: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mallory-haney-loo-plays-hauptwerk-virtual-pipe-organs-music-at-8-pm-tickets-895616983507

Program:

Prelude and Fugue in a minor BWV 543 by Johann Sebastian Bach

Nun Komm der Heiden Heiland BWV 659 by Johann Sebastian Bach

Suite, Prelude Op.5 by Maurice Durufle

Sonata in d minor No. 6 Op. 65 Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Piece Heroique by César Franck

El Pueblo Unido by Quilapayún (arranged by Mallory Haney)

Toccata Op. 18 by Alberto Ginastera


Biography:


Mallory was 4 years old when she took her first piano lessons in Valparaiso, Chile.

A year later, she had her first piano performance at the Palacio Rioja. Later on, she

auditioned to the most prestigious school of the region, the Conservatory of Music

PUCV and earned a scholarship at age 12 where she was able to study music next

to her college level peers. She also began playing the pipe organ for a local Church

and began Ballet lessons at the Academia Dora Waleska.


When Mallory was 16 years old, she performed her last ballet as a soloist in Chile

and traveled to the U.S.A. for the first time since she was a child, to expand her

musical studies. She graduated with honors and won scholarships to eventually

enroll and attend IUB, Jacobs School of Music to study organ with Dr. Janette

Fishell.


Mallory recently graduated from her Master's in Organ Performance with Professor

Cherry Rhodes under a full scholarship. She is continuing her organ studies at

USC, Thornton School of Music. The organist gives concerts of different genres.

Only last year, the young performer played several concerts in the United States,

and did a concert series in Chile and Argentina.
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostMon May 13, 2024 10:21 pm

May 24 @ 7:30 pm.

https://tinyurl.com/b5yjwxbf

Hektor Pitstick, pianist and organist!


PROGRAM

William Albright - Flights of Fancy - VI Shimmy [organ, 5 minutes]

J.S. Bach - Wir Christenleut - BWV 612 [organ, 3 minutes]

Marty Haugen, arr. Joel Raney - Fantasy and Fugue on "Shepherd Me, O God" [organ, 12 minutes]

Ignace Jan Paderewski - Minuet in G - Op. 14 No. 1 [piano, six minutes]

Philip Aaberg - Montana Half-light [piano, 5 minutes]

Randall DeBruyn - Passion - I The Garden, IV The Hill [piano, 8 minutes]

Mack David, Al Hoffman, & Jerry Livingston; arr. Hawley Ades - A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes [piano, six minutes]

Albert Hay Malotte, arr. Carl Deis - The Lord's Prayer (arranged for Piano/Organ duet) [MIDI pre-recorded playback organ with piano]

Harold Zabrack - Etude No. 2 [piano]



BIOGRAPHY

Hektor Pitstick began to learn the piano at age three from his father, Rodrik Pitstick. Working through the tears and initially loathing the instrument, he was forced to continue into formal lessons from Ms. Judy O’Dell. In middle-school he switched instructors to Mr. Joe May, who put him on the path towards loving music and the piano. After Mr. May relocated from Great Falls to Helena, Hektor was left instructor-less for nearly a year. During this year, rather than quitting, he tried to progress on his own, tackling some of Rachmaninoff’s works. After this, Ms. Su Suits took the reins and pushed him into invoking his visceral, rabid love for expression. Being unsatisfied with the piano alone, he pursued the organ. Exhilarated at finding an instrument versatile enough for his schemes, he went on to study Organ Performance, initially at the University of Montana, and is currently a Junior at Concordia University Irvine. In 2022, he toured Germany and England with the University of Montana Chamber Chorale as their accompanist. He has served as accompanist for many organisations, including the Missoula Community Children’s Choruses, The Mendelssohn Club of Missoula, and over ten parishes to date. Currently, he is an Organ Scholar and Music Intern for Christ Cathedral. When he is not in the practice room, he enjoys skiing, swimming, reading, traveling, and attending concerts.
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostTue Jun 18, 2024 5:38 pm

June 23 at 8 pm: Thomas Mellan plays Hauptwerk virtual organs!

To attend, please reserve seats: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/thomas-mellan-plays-hauptwerk-virtual-pipe-organs-music-at-8-pm-tickets-927707436917


Bio:

Thomas Mellan is an organist, pianist, producer and composer based in Los Angeles. In 2012, he played his first recital at Eglise St. Eustache in Paris. He is featured in the official Walt Disney concert hall organ DVD. In 2018, his European tour included a residency at the Lviv Concert Hall, where he gave the Ukrainian premier of Messiaen’s Livre d’Orgue on the largest organ in Ukraine. As a classical organist he specializes in virtuosic repertoire from the 19th and 20th centuries as well as French classical music.

His classical music has been performed in America, Europe and Asia by performers including the Sakura Cello Quintet, Orest Smovzh, Stephen Tharp and Jared Jacobsen. His output features « impossible » organ music that attempts to push the limits of organ technique, but also a 40-minute set of inventions for solo violin, a concerto for five cellos, and more cinematic atonal classical music.

He's the creator behind the darksynth project DeKapital, releasing dark soundscapes influenced by modern synthwave, death metal and modernist classical music.

He can be heard playing harpsichord and synthesizers on Delirium Musicum’s debut album “Seasons”, released in 2023 by Warner Classics and produced by Fred Vogler.

He graduated from the USC Thornton School of Music in 2017 with a BM in organ and composition and in 2020 with an MM in organ and an MM in composition. He attended Thornton for 7 years on full-tuition scholarship.

PROGRAM

JS Bach: Fantasy and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542

Thomas Mellan: Nocturne (Hommage to Lyatoshynskyi)

JS Bach: Prelude and Fugue in B minor, BWV 544

Max Reger: Symphonic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor Op. 57

Anton Webern: Variations, Op. 27 (arr. Thomas Mellan)
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostSun Jun 23, 2024 1:56 pm

Stan's Music Parlor Keyboards Demonstration & Open Bench!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stans-music-parlor-keyboards-demonstration-open-bench-music-at-8-pm-tickets-931640510847

NOTE: Please email Stan at seh52@yahoo.com to express interest in playing music on the piano, harmonium or organ during "open bench" part of the program.



PROGRAM

Keyboard artists create wonderful musical experiences in Stan's Music Parlor at least once a week. The Steinway B grand piano is most popular instrument, followed by the Hauptwerk virtual organs and an occasional Bell harmonium song.

Dr. Harris describes and demonstrates the 1984 Steinway B grand piano, equiped with a PianoDisc record/playback system, including some pre recorded pieces by great piano virtuosos.

Dr. Harris describes the organ's development from its original 1998 installation as a digital Johannus Sweelinck 30, to the addition of the BachMen/Rosales pipe organ and more than 150 Hauptwerk virtual pipe organs. Live and pre sequenced music representing 16th through 21st century compositions and international styles displays the organ's vast tonal resources.

The nineteenth century Bell & Co. pump organ still sings, and will be demonstrated with music composed for it, as well.

F ollowing these demonstrations, audience keyboard musicians will be invited to play some favorite music on various combinations of the organ's digital, pipe and virtual instruments, the piano, and the harmonium!



BIOGRAPHY

Stan began violin lessons at age 3 with Grace Nicola in Columbus, Ohio; commenced public performances at age 4; and by age 11, won First and Grand Prizes at the Columbus and Worthington SDA Church talent shows. He began studying piano at age 9 and organ at age 13. As a Mount Vernon Academy student, he served as Chapel Organist, string teacher, soloist, and chamber musician, and graduated as Valedictorian. He won a music scholarship to Andrews University in Michigan and earned a BA with Honors in organ and violin by studying with Drs. C. Warren Becker and Leroy Peterson.

Stan served as an assistant organist at the Eastwood Seventh-day Adventist Church and a Baptist Church in Columbus, OH; at the University Seventh-day Adventist Church in Loma Linda, CA; and at the Second Church of Christ, Scientist of Los Angeles. He played violin and viola as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician. In 1988, a left hand injury ended his professional music performance career. He has continued to play some keyboard music for private occasions, and churches, including 6 organ recitals at the Los Angeles Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels.

For 49 years, Stan has hosted "Stan’s Music Parlor", a private chamber music series for musicians to share music with friends and family. More than 250 musicians have participated. About 1000 guests each year enjoy music and receptions with the musicians.

The American Psychiatric Association granted Stanley Harris, MD, Distinguished Life Fellowship, its highest honor. Dr. Harris retired in 2021 after 36 years as University Psychiatrist and Clinical Professor at the University of Southern California where he continues voluntary service as an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry.


Bell & Co. Harmonium

In the late 1900's, pump organs were popular in American homes and churches. The organist pumps a wind supply to sound tuned brass reeds.


1984 Steinway B Parlor Grand Piano with PianoDisc

The walnut B case is a popular size for parlor and smaller concert halls. PianoDisc records and plays back music with a full ranges of expressive sensitivity.


Johannus-Artisan/BachMen/Rosales-Hauptwerk Organ

Johannus Sweelinck 30 Digital OrganClassical Sound Module CSM-128Digital Stereo Acoustics DSA-4Roland JV-1010 Synthesizer ModuleArtisan Instruments Digital to Pipe Organ InterfaceBachMen OrganCrafters /Rosales Organ Builders Pipe Organ Hauptwerk Virtual Pipe Organs and InstrumentsNative Instruments Kontakt Player 7 Vintage Organs

In 1998, a Johannus Sweelinck-30 3 manual, 58 voice, 77 “rank” digital organ from Holland was installed in the Music Parlor. The organ simulates two styles of pipe organs--18th century baroque and 19th century romantic.

A Toshiba Tecra 730XCDT notebook computer with Johannus Intonat software creates more styles of Johannus organs. Cubase and Cakewalk software record and play midi sequences to create “player organ” performances.

A Johannus Classic Sound Module CSM-128 adds 48 sampled orchestral and organ voices, and a Roland JV-1010 Synthesizer Module generates more than 1000 additional sounds. Johannus Digital Stereo Acoustic DSA-4 adds acoustic effects to the Music Parlor.

In 2010, Rosales Organ Builders redesigned and installed a 2 rank (8' Gedeckt and 4' Principal) 1984 BachMen OrganCrafters pipe organ. Artisan Instruments built a computerized midi interface between the console and pipework that enables an organist to play up to 30 stops. Manuel Rosales voiced and tuned the 144 pipes.

The Johannus organ console connects via an M-Audio 410 Firewire midi/audio interface to Hauptwerk virtual pipe organ and Native Instruments Kontakt Player 7 software that uses an HP Pavilion Elite i7, 24 GB RAM computer with over 150 sample sets of virtual pipe organs and keyboard instruments on its 7.5 TB hard drives.

Organists select a Hauptwerk or Native Instruments virtual instrument, a Johannus digital organ, a Roland sound, and/or the BachMen/Rosales pipe organ to play independently or in combination.

The organ's audio system includes 22 amplifiers, 8 sub-woofers, and over 100 music parlor, dining room, and stairwell speakers to create music in various acoustic environments. Johannus and Hauptwerk organs use 16 channels for 3D divisional audio imaging, and 4 channels each for surround acoustic enhancement.

Harris Residence Organ Hauptwerk Virtual Instruments (2024)



Virtual pipe organs:

1501 Unknown “Oldest organ in France”: Notre Dame Church, Lorris, France 1

1587 Unknown Builder: Holy Trinity Church, Smecno, Czech Republic 2-3

Early 17th Century Anonymous Belgian Builder (Restored in 1985 by Boisseau and Cattiaux): from Scholasticate of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Liège, Belgium; at Benedictine Abbey, Solignac, France 3

Late 17th Century Anonymous Spanish Builder (Restored in 1977 by Pierre Chéron): from the Monastery of Mondoñedo, Galicia; moved to Francis Chapelet’s Garden Auditorium, Montpon-Ménestérol, France 1

1680 Arp Schnitger: St. Peter and Paul Church, Cappel, Germany 2

1699 A. Starck z Lokte: Zlata Koruna Monastery Church, Czech Republic 2

1700's Petar Nakic Adriatic Organ Model: St. Maria d'Alieto Church, Izola, Italy 1

1702 Caimari: St. Augustine's Church, Palma, Mallorca, Spain 3

1714 Jean Boizard: St. Michel en Thierache, France 4

1719 Johannes Radeker and Rudolph Garrels: Magnuskerk, Anloo (v.2), Netherlands 2

1730 Tobias Trost: Evangelische Lutherische Stadtkirche, Waltershausen, Germany (Organ Arts) 3

1735 Gottfried Silbermann: St. Peter's Church, Freiberg, Germany 2

1737 Michael Engler: Mary's Church, Krzeszow, Poland (Sonus Ext v.5) 3

1741 Chr. Muller: Maria-church, Oosterwijtwerden, Holland 1

1741 Gottfried Silbermann: Grosshartmannsdorf, Germany (Pipeworks) 2

1743 Johann Cyriacus Werner: St. Nikolaus Church, Strassburg, Austria 2

1745 Johann Andreas Silbermann: Protestant Church, Wasselonne, France (Eglise) 3

1750 Johannes Baumgartner: Roman Catholic Church of St. Imre, Gelence, Transylvania 1

1762 Jordi Bosch: Santanyi, Mallorca, Spain 2

1762 Dethleff Onderhorst: Cabinet Organ, Old Church of Bennekom, Netherlands 1

1775 fr. Isnard: Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, St. Maximin Surround & Ext (Saint-Max, St. Max-AGO), Provence, France 4

1775 Santucci: Parish Church of Marija Bambina, Naxxar, Sicily 1

1778 Jan Pazický: R.C. St. Imre of Pusztaszabolcs, Hungary (Inspired Acoustics) 2

1787 Joseph Silberbauer: Kdousov Church, Czech Republic 2

1809 J. Hart: St. Lawrence Anglican Church, Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England 2

1827 Felize Platania: Balzan Parish Church, Malta (HW1) 1

1831 Batz, 1571 Peter Janszoon de Swart: Domkerk, Utrecht, Netherlands 3

1843 Stiehr-Mockers: Romanswiller, France (Jeuxdorgue) 2

1850 Istvan Kolonics: Transylvania village organ, Hungary (Hungarian) 1-2

1850 Janos Sachs: Transdanubia village organ, Hungary (Hungarian) 1-2

1855 Cavaille-Coll, 1717 Desfontaines: St. Omer's Cathedral, Pas-de-Calais, France (Mini) 4

1865 P. van Oeckelen: Reformed Church, Pekela, Netherlands 2

1869 E. Schulze: St. Bartholomew’s Church, Armley, Leeds, England (Mini) 3

1870 István Kolonics: Franciscan Church, Brasov, Romania 2

1870 Unknown: Village Church, Braunschweig, Germany (Pipeloops) 2

1874 Charles Jackson: St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Penrith, Australia 2

1876 Wilhem Sauer: Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Skrzatusz, Poland 2

1885 Cavaille-Coll: St. Etienne Abbey, Caen (Dry, Surround, 4Man, AGO), France 3

1888 Carl Volkmann: St. Clement Parish, Ledziny, Poland 1

1888 Father Willis: St. Bartholemew Anglican Church, Groton, Suffolk, England 2

1895 Carl Schafer: The Women’s Church, Neckarsulm, Germany (prospectum) 1

1898 Adolf Volkmann: St. Augustine’s Church, Lipiny, Poland 2

19th Century Father Willis: Studio Series 70 and 80, England (Silver Octopus) 4

1901 Alexander Orszagh: Catholic Church, Monor, Hungary 2

1901 Dam and Zonen: Church at Sea, Urk, Netherlands 1

1901 James J. Binns: Old Independent Church, Haverhill, Suffolk, England (Mini) 2

1901 Peter Conacher & Co: Providence Methodist Church, Golcar, England 3

1902 Cavaille-Coll (Charles Mutin): Saint Eucaire Church, Metz, France 2

1903 Gebruder Rieger: Sieraków Śląski, Poland* 1

1907 Brindley and Foster: St. Anne's Anglican Church, Moseley, England 2

1908 Marzoli & Rossi: Church of Malpaga, Italy 1

1908 Paul B. Voelkner: Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Szczecinek, Poland 2

1913 E.F. Walcker: Great Church, Vildervank, Netherlands (+Ext) 2

1916 E.F. Walcker: Martinikerk, Doesburg, Netherlands 4

1920 Henry Willis, 19th Century Henry Jones: St. Mary the Virgin, Downe, London, England 2

1923 Unknown Builder: Prudhoe Methodist Church, Northumberland, England 2

1926 Wangerin: Masonic Auditorium and MM Lodge 2, Madison, Wisconsin 3

1928 E.M. Skinner: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Chicago, IL* (Masterworks) 3

1929 Hill, Norman and Beard: St. Augustine's Church, Neutral Bay, Australia 2

1930 Joseph Angster: Parish Church of St. Louis, Budapest, Hungary 2

1930 Victor Gonzalez: Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste, France 2

1931 E.M. Skinner: First Congregational Church, Los Angeles, CA* (FCCLA) 5

1949 M.P. Moller: First Baptist Church, Nevada, Missouri 3

1950 Angster: Conventual Minorite Parish Church, Miskolc, Hungary 2

1951 Aeolian-Skinner: Redeemer Church, New Haven, CT 4

1961 Aachen Stahlhuth Organ Factory: Positive, Prohászka Church, Székesfehérvár, Hungary 3

1965 Vermeulen: Sts. Simon and Jude Thaddeus Apostles Church, Raszczyce. Poland 2

1966 Aeolian Skinner, 1910 Murray Harris: Covenant Presbyterian Church, Long Beach, CA (CPCLB) 4

1966 Casavant Freres: St. George's Anglican Church, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada* 3

1966 Schantz: First Baptist Church of Riverside, CA* 3

1967 Hammarbergs Orgelbyggeri AB: Burea Church, Sweden* 3

1968 DJ Vierdag: Reformed Church, Dreischor, Netherlands 2-3

1969 Schlicker: First Congregaional Church, Los Angeles, CA. (FCCLA) 4

1972 Schlicker: Good Shepherd Chapel, Concordia University, Irvine, CA (CUI) 2

1973 Marcussen & Son: Laurenskerk, Rotterdam, Netherlands 4

1974 Armagni & Mingot: Church of Luins, Switzerland 2

1977 Hradetzky: Inmanuel Presbyterian Church, Los Angeles, CA (Evensong) 2

1978 Flentrop: St. Willibrordus Church, Lemmer, Netherlands 1(2)

1978, 1949, 1945 Jorgensen Tribute Organ: Alesund, Hommelvik, & Alfjord Churches, Norway 3

1979 Alfred Führer: Monastery Church of Riddagshausen, Germany (Pipeloops) 3

1982 Gerhard Grenzing: Church of Saint Peter in Chains, Menesterol, France 3

1983 Schoenstein, 1957 Aeolian-Skinner: First Covenant Church, Oakland, California 3

1987 Gyula Vagi: Holy Spirit Catholic Parish Church, Budapest, Hungary 3

1988 Casavant Freres: Concordia University Center, Irvine, CA (CasavantCUI)(CUIBoth) 4

1989 Grönlunds Orgelbyggeri AB: Pitea School of Music, Sweden* 3

1989 Kaat and Tijhuis: Church of Veendam, Netherlands 2

1989 Tzschöckel Orgelbau trunk organ: St. Maria Church, Nordheim, Germany* (Prospectum) 1

1990 Fa. Kaul Orgelbau: Church of St. Johannes, Weinsberg, Germany* 2

1993 Walcker: Melcer Chamber Music Hall, Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Warsaw, Poland* 2

1995 Casavant Frères: First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue, Washington 3



1996 Dupont, 1954 Lambert, 1859 Lefevre, 1856 Le Marchand: St. Madeleine Church, Bagnoles de l'Orne, France (Sancta) 2.5

1997 Grönlunds (replica), 1651 George Herman (exp), 1609 Paulus Müller: Norrfjärden church, Sweden 3

1997 Rudolf Janke, 1965 Emil Hammer, 1617 Esaias Compenius I: Town Church, Bückeburg, Germany 3

1999 Aquincum, 1915 Steinmeyer: Cathedral of Szombathely, Hungary (Savaria) 3

2000 Eisenbarth: St. Bartholomäus Church, Friesach, Austria 3(4)

2000 William Zeiler, 1992 Robert Muench, 1969 Schlicker, 1931 E.M. Skinner: The Great Organs of First Congregational Church, Los Angeles, CA* (FCCLA) 5

2001 Robert Buhagiar, 1899 Giuseppe Bergomi, 1775 Santucci: Naxxar Parish Church, Malta 1

2001 Gerhard Grenzing: Temple des Eaux-Vives, Geneva, Switzerland 1

2001 Vladimir Grygar: Church of the Holy Cross, Litomysl, Czech Republic 4

2002 Organ Manufacturing Co. of Pecs: Lutheran Church of the Buda Hills Area, Budapest, Hungary 2

2003 Dieter Ott: Gottingen, N. Germany 1

2004 Eppo Rynke Ottes: Church of Mostoles, Spain 3

2004 Jacek Siedler: St. John Cantius, Cracow, Poland 3

2005, 1978 Harrison & Harrison, 1892 Father Willis, 1861 Gray & Davison, 1832 J.C. Bishop, 1686 Renatus Harris: Hereford Cathedral, Herefordshire, England 4

2007 Daniel Prib: Chamber Organ, Prague, Czech Republic* 1

2007 Tomaš Močnik: Church of our Lady in Adergas, Velesovo, Slovenia 2

2007 Zion Organ: Composite Brut-Leuchten Orgel* 2

2008 Mascioni: Parish Church, Giubiasco, Switzerland 2

2008 Stanisław Pielczyk: “Green Positiv” rental instrument, Poland 1

2011 István Baróti1, 1924 Joseph Angter, 1856 Ludwig Mooser: Basilica of Esztergom, Hungary (Inspired) 4

2011 Verschueren, 1864 Rudolf & Richard Ibach: St. Gertrudis, Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands 3

2012 Etcetera Pipe Organs: Major I – American Classic Organ (1930-1970) * 3

2012 Kaminski: Dluga Koscielna, Poland 2

2013-20 Les Deutsch's Organ Software Development:

Litomysl 3

Expanded Schantz 3

Jeux d'Orgues d'Trois Claviers 3

Ext-Friesach 3

Ext-Cracow 3

Friesach-Cracow Composite Organ 5

Alan’s CC Organ 3

2014-2023 Augustine's Virtual Composite Organs (AVO):

Dutch Harmonium, Reformed Church, Kézdimártonfalva, Transylvania* 1

Large Dutch Composite Organ, Netherlands 4

Large Swedish Composite Organ, Sweden 3

Meitke/Muller Claviorgan* 2

Sonus Paradisi Velesovo-Menesterol 3-Manual Composite Organ 3

S P Great Baroque Composite Organ, Europe 3

S P Great Romantic Composite Organ, Europe 3

S P Modern Composite Organ, Europe 3

Great American Organ Composite (2007/1951 New Haven Aeolian-Skinner,

1993 Schoenstein/1960’s Swain & Kates /1924 EM Skinner) 4

2014 Al Morse:

Enigma III Composite Organ* 2

Extended AGO Caen 3

Extended Friesach v2 3

Extended Menesterol 3

Extended Velesovo 3

Extended AGO St. Maximim 3

2014 Anton Heger: Zurek Sonus Paradisi Baroque Composite Organ 3

2014 OrganWorks Basilica: Ottobeuren Composite Organ 5

2015 Anton Heger: Romer “Marcussen meets St. Omer’s Cavaille Coll” SP Composite Organ (48/3+P)

2015 Custom Hauptwerk Organs: Caen Extension 4

2015/2009 South African Church Organ Project: Composite English Free Cathedral 4

2016 Mascioni: Convent Parish Church, Azzio, Italy 2

2019 Dennis Featherstone: 1862 St. Sulpice Model SP French Romantic Composite, Paris, France (101/4+P)

2019 Josq: Composite “Cavaille-Coll” of Sonus Paradisi Caen, Rotterdam and St. Omer demos (58/3+P)

2019 Jabons Bacheks:

1868 A. Cavaille-Coll Notre Dame Cathedral Organ Tribute, Paris

V2.1 (Sonus Paradisi Composite: Caen plus Santanyi and St. Omer demo) (88/4+P)

V3 (Sonus Paradisi Composite: Caen plus Rotterdam and St. Omer demos) (88/4+P)

1898 A. Cavaille-Coll Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity Tribute Organ (Organo), Cathedrale Sainte-Pierre,

Lisieux, France (Caen and St. Eucaire) (50/3+P)

1905 C. Mutin, Cavaille-Coll Sacre Coeur Basilica Organ Tribute (Organo), Paris

V2 (Sonus Paradisi Composite: Caen plus Rotterdam & St. Omer demos) (78/4+P)

1935 A. Convers, Cavaille-Coll Basilica of St. Thérèse of Lisieux Tribute Organ (Organo)

V1 (Sonus Paradisi Composite: Caen and Santanyi plus Utrecht and Brasov demos) (70/3+P)

Composite Organ of the Three Kings (Organo) Hohe Domkirche Sankt Petrus, Cologne, Germany

(Caen, Doesburg Demo, Brasov Demo, Bells from Komarom) (90/4+P)

2023, 2014, 1948, 1898 Fleiter: St. Ludger Cathedral, Billerbeck, Germany 4



Theater organs:

1920’s Paramount Organ Works: Wurlitzer Theater Organ (3/20) *

1928 Barton: Redford Theater, Detroit, MI (3/12 Ext)

1928 Robert Morton Opus 2401: from Empress Theater, Columbus, OH, now at Billmire Residence (3/17)

2013 South African Church Organ Project: Freedom Morton (3/17) *



Other virtual instruments:

1380 Jan van Haelst: Belfry, Ghent, Belgium

1700 J.J. Donat: Klavichord (2006 replica), Leipzig, Germany

1710 Michael Mietke: Cembalo Harpsichord (2005 replica), Berlin, Germany

1855 Joshua C. Stoddard: Calliope (steam organ), Worchester, Massachusetts (Pipeloops)

1864 Bells of St. Andrews Church: Komarom, Slovakia

1895 Debain harmonium and composite extension: St Denis Chapel, Réunion Island

1981 Martin Bezemer: Harpsichord, Eindhoven, Netherlands (Sygsoft)

2008 František Vyhnálek: (Cembalo) 1624 Johannes Ruckers Harpsichord, Czech Republic (Mini)

2023 Native Instruments: Kontakt Player 7—Factory Selection and Vintage Organs



Demos:

1721 Arp Schnitger & sons: Grote of St. Michaelskerk, Zwolle, Netherlands 4

1839 Carl August Buchholz: Black Lutheran Church, Brasov, Romania 4

2007 Bartolomeo Formentelli: (Dom Bédos) St. Domenico Church, Rieti, Italy 5



*Dry

1-5: Number of manuals
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Re: Stan's Music Parlor--Hauptwerk Recitals in Los Angeles

PostWed Jul 03, 2024 11:28 am

Jelil Romano plays Hauptwerk virtual pipe organs!

July 19, 2024 @ 7:30 pm.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jelil-romano-plays-hauptwerk-virtual-pipe-organs-music-starts-at-8-pm-tickets-940087867117

Jelil Romano is the Music Director of Mary Star of the Sea Church in San Pedro, the largest Catholic Parish west of the Mississippi. He was the Music Director at the Cathedral of Saint Vibiana in Los Angeles for over 20 years until its closure due to earthquake damage. Jelil has performed on the organ and directed the choir for such dignitaries as Emperor Hirohito of Japan, President Bill Clinton, Governor Jerry Brown and Mayor AntonioVillaraigosa, as well as for Pope John Paul II. He has also served on the Los Angeles Archdiocesan Music Commission.

As an active member of The American Guild of Organists, he had served on the board of the Los Angeles Chapter in many capacities, including Dean. In addition to winning many Guild prizes and scholarships, he has played recitals for many chapters, as well as the National and Regional Conventions of the AGO. A popular dedicatory recitalist, Mr. Romano played for the organ rededication at the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, one of the world’s largest installations. Mr. Romano has been on the faculty of California State University at Los Angeles and Pasadena City College.



Program



Elévation (1881) Louise Farrenc (1804-1875)



Pastorale in G Major Mélanie Hélène Bonis (1858-1937)



Toccata Mélanie Hélène Bonis



À Chloris Reynaldo Hahn (1875-1947) arr. A. Brunet



Prelude in F Major (1829) Fanny Mendelssohn (1805-1847)



Prelude in G Major (1829) Fanny Mendelssohn



Prelude on an Old Folk Tune, The Fair Hills of Eiré (1922) Amy Beach (1867-1944)



Fugue III (1960) John Biggs (b. 1932)



Prelude and Fugue in C Major (2018) Gary Bachlund (b. 1947)



Along the Right Paths (2020) Gary Bachlund



Chorale Prelude on Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (1981) George Walker (1922-2018)



Aria on a Chaconne (1994) Joel Martinson (b.1960)



Prelude on Rex Tremendae Majestatis (1963) Robert J. Schaffer (1921-2014)



Dawn Hymn, Op. 138 (1962) Alan Hovhaness (1911-2000)



Adoration (1951) Florence Price (1887-1953)



Une Église Vide (An Empty Church) (2024) Sean McDermott



Toccata on Salve Regina (1963) Everett Titcomb (1884-1968)
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