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  6 discos  

 1 - Bradley Hunter WELCH [1], Ann FROHBIETER [2], Richard ELLIOT [3], Charles CALLAHAN [4], Thomas MURRAY [5], Scott DAVIS [6], Christopher JENNINGS [7], Walt STRONY [8], Ken COWAN [9]
   • 2012 East Texas Pipe Organ Festival Highlights Sampler •
  • A. Guilmant : Scherzo Symphonique in C Major, Opus 55, No. 2 [1]
  • M. Reger : Introduction and Passacaglia [2]
  • L. Couperin : Chaconne (Arrg. Bonnet) [3]
  • J. H. Fiocco : Adagio and Rondo [4]
  • J. S. Bach : Passacaglia, BWV 582 [5]
     - : Hymn – “O God, Our Help in Ages Past” [6]
  • R. N. Dett : Adagio Cantabile from “Cinnamon Grove Suite” [4]
  • C. Dickinson : Scherzo from “Storm King Symphony” [7]
  • G. Bizet : Carmen Fantasy (Arrg. Strony) [8]
  • George Thalben-Ball : Variations on a Theme by Paganini [9]
- Kilgore First Presbyterian Church, Kilgore St-Luke’s United Methodist Church, Longview First Baptist Church, Nacogdoches First Baptist Church
- Disque The Aeolian-Skinner Legacy VTOAOP9, 2012
Nine organists play four Aeolian-Skinner organs at First Presbyterian Church Opus 1173 in Kilgore, First Baptist Church Opus 1174 in Longview, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church Opus 1175 in Kilgore, and First Baptist Church Opus 1153 in Nacogdoches.

 2 - Lorenz MAYCHER
  • L. Sowerby : Comes Autumn time, Requiescat, Arioso, Whimsical variations, Carillon...
- Kilgore First Presbyterian Church
- Disque Raven;, 1994

 3 - William WATKINS
  • J. Brahms
  • J. S. Bach
  • H. Willan
  • C. Franck
  • J. Langlais
- Kilgore First Presbyterian Church, Georgetown Presbyterian Church
- Disque Vermont organ academy;, 1956-1979, CD

 4 - Thomas DUNN [1], George FAXON [2], Robert OWEN [3], Roy PERRY [4], William WATKINS [5], Joseph S. WHITEFORD [7]
   • Aeolian-Skinner The King of Instruments : volumes I, Ii, Iii •
  • R. Purvis : Thanksgiving (from “Four Prayers in Tone”) , Repentance (Incomplete, from “Four Prayers in Tone”) [4a]
  • L. Vierne : Carillon de Westminster [3b]
  • J. S. Bach : Nun freut euch, lieben Christen G'mein [3b]; “Schübler” Chorales Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom Himmel Herunter *Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ *Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten Meine Seele erhebt den Herren Wo soll ich fliehen hin [1c,d]; Trio Sonata BWV 525, Concerto in A Minor (Allegro) [2d]
  • L.-C. Daquin : Noel Grand Jeu et Duo [3b]
  • H. W. Davies : A Solemn Melody [4a]
  • J. Alain : Litanies [1c]
  • J. Langlais : Hymne d'Action de Grâce 'Te Deum' [5a]
  • L. Sowerby : Carillon [5a]
  • J. S. Whiteford : The American Classic Organ ; Principals, Flutes, Strings, Mutations And Mixtures, Reeds, Contrast In Organ Tone [7e]
  • D. Cooke : Guest Book [7e]
- Kilgore First Presbyterian Church [a], Bronxville Christ Church [b], Boston Symphony Hall [C], Boston Cathedral Church of St. Paul [d], New York Cathedral St-John-the-Divine [e]
- Disque Vermont organ academy;, 1954 [7]; et vers 1960, 2CD
Disc One: vol 1; The American Classic Organ G. Donald Harrison, narrator
Dwight Cooke’s Guest Book with Joseph S. Whiteford, guest October 26, 1954
New York St John the Divine

Disc Two: vol.2 : Organ Literature: Bach to Langlais, vol. 3 : Organ Recital: Robert Owen (Selections)
With additional previously un-released material recorded for Aeolian-Skinner by Thomas
Dunn and Roy Perry.
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1173, First Presbyterian Church, Kilgore, TX
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1082-A, Christ Church, Bronxville, NY
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1134, Symphony Hall, Boston
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1207, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston
Beginning In 1954, Aeolian-Skinner produced a series of ten LP records titled, ”The King of Instruments”. These ten LP's are devoted to the tone and history of the modern organ.
Volume 1-”The American Classic Organ” contains a descriptive discussion written over both sides of the LP cover by Tyler Turner and Joseph Whiteford on the beginnings of ”The American Classic Organ”. The five recorded sections on the record, with G. Donald Harrison being the narrator, himself describing the five selections-being of: I-Principles, II-Flutes, III-Strings, IV-Reeds, and V-Mixtures and Mutations. Organ demonstrations comes from the Aeolian-Skinner of St. John the Divine.
Volume 1: ”The American Classic Organ”
Volume 2: ”Organ Literature-Bach to Langlais”
Volume 3: ”Organ Recital” - Robert Owen, Christ Church; Bronxville, New York.
Volume 4: Edgar Hilliar at St. Mark's; Mount Kisco, New York
Volume 5: ”Music of Richard Purvis” - Grace Cathedral; San Francisco, California
Volume 6: ”The Cathedral of St. John the Divine” Alec Wyton-Organist
Volume 7 ”Marilyn Mason in Recital” St. John's Chapel; Groton, Massachusetts
Volume 8: ”Norman Coke-Jephcott at St. John the Divine
Volume 9: ”The Mother Church; Boston, Massachusetts”
Volume 10: ”Music of the Church” - Organ and choir recital at the 1st Presbyterian Church in Kilgore, Texas
AS 306: Ruth Phelps at the Mother Church; Boston, Massachusetts
AS 322: Maurice and Marie-Madeleine Duruflé at Christ Church Cathedral; St. Louis, Missouri
AS 326: Alexander Boggs Ryan at the Cathedral of Christ the King; Kalamzoo, Michigan
ASC 502: Catherine Crozier at the RLDS Auditorium, Independence MO (No. 1309, 1959) - Program I (Reubke, Langlais, Roger-Ducasse, Alain) (Ampex reel-to-reel tape)
ASC 503: Catherine Crozier at the RLDS (Community of Christ) Auditorium; Independence Missouri (Ampex reel-to-reel tape)

 5 - Norman COKE-JEPHCOTT [1], George FAXON [2], Thomas DUNN [3], Roy PERRY [4], Robert OWEN [5], Edgar HILLIAR [6], Ruth Barrett PHELPS [7], Albert RUSSELL [8], Marie-Madeleine DURUFLÉ [9], John WEAVER [10], William WATKINS [11]
   • Aeolian-Skinner The King of Instruments: Highlights •
  • N. Coke-Jephcott : Toccata on A National Air [1]
  • J. S. Bach : Allegro from Concerto in A Minor [2], Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ [3]
  • H. W. Davies : A Solemn Melody, arrang. Perry [4]
  • L.-C. Daquin : Noel Grand Jeu et Duo [5]
  • T. Arne : Flute solo [6]
  • C. Franck : Fantaisie en la [7]
  • G. F. Haendel : Suite en sol mineur [8]
  • C. Tournemire : Ave maris stella [9]
  • W. A. Mozart : Fantaisie en fa KV 594 [10]
  • L. Sowerby : Carillon [11]
- New York Cathedral St-John-the-Divine [1], Boston Cathedral Church of St. Paul [2], Boston Symphony Hall [3], Kilgore First Presbyterian Church [4; 11], Bronxville Christ Church [5], Mt Kisco St. Mark's Church [6], Boston First Church of Christ [7], Hartfort Asylum Hill Congregational Church [8], Saint Louis Christ Church Cathedral [9], New York Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity [10]
- Disque Organ Historical Society; Vermont organ academy VTOAOP8, 1953-73, CD en 2010
The “King of Instruments” series, recorded and produced by Æolian-Skinner, features some of the company's most notable instruments and played by the organists who were most closely associated with these landmark organs. Recorded between 1953 and 1973, this material is re-mastered by the Vermont Organ Academy, from the original Aeolian-Skinner master tape recordings, which are owned by the Organ Historical Society.

Aeolian-Skinner Opus 150-A, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1207, Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1134, Symphony Hall, Boston
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1173, First Presbyterian Church, Kilgore, TX
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1082-A, Christ Church, Bronxville, NY
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1201, St. Mark's Church, Mt. Kisco, NY
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1203, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1380, Asylum Hill Congregational Church, Hartfort, CT
Aeolian Skinner Opus 1435, Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 785-B, Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, New York City

 6 - Rob Roy PERRY, Dora Poteet BARCLAY, Neal CAMPBELL, James Lynn CULP, William TEAGUE, Stephen FARROW, William WALTKINS
   • The Aeolian-Skinner Legacy, vol. 4 •
  • C.-M. Widor : Salve Regina from Symphony 2
  • E. Bairstow : Allegro Giacoso
  • L.-C. Daquin : Noël X Grand Jeu et Duo
  • P. Manz : God of Grace and God of Glory
  • H. W. Davies : Solemn Melody
  • M. Reger : Benedictus
  • S. Karg-Elert : Symphonic Chorale on Ach bleib mit deiner Gnade
  • C. Callahan : Aria
  • J. S. Bach : Prelude & Fugue in E-flat “St. Anne”, Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland; Chorale and Prelude on Christ lag in Todesbanden
  • J. Reubke : Fugue from Sonata on the 94th, Adagio
  • M. Dupré : Variations sur un Noël (incomplete)
  • J. Dunstable : Agincourt Hymn
  • A. de Cabezon : The Song of Mary
  • J. Brahms : O Gott, du frommer Gott; Herzliebster Jesu
  • H. Howells : Paean
  • J. Langlais : Chant Héroïque, La Nativité, Les Rameaux, Te Deum
  • L. Sowerby : Sonatina
  • H. Willan : Introduction, Passacaglia & Fugue; Gelobt sei Gott
  • R. R. Perry : Christos Patterakis
  • O. Messiaen : Le Banquet Celeste
- Kilgore First Presbyterian Church
- Disque Vermont organ academy;, 1951-1980, 4CDS, Austin College Choirs
Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1173, 1949, 1966, a G. Donald Harrison ”signature” organ, and the organ that had the first Trompette-en-Chamade in the US.

Reubke par Dora Poteet Barclay à Kilgore (1952) :

  6 discos  

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