PipeChat Digest #305 - Sunday, March 22, 1998 Re: Worcester AUD specs. cross-post by "Judy A. Ollikkala" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Ch. of the Heavenly Rest - NYC by "OrganNYC" <OrganNYC@aol.com> RE: my fave wedding anecdote by "Cornelius Heckel" <email@example.com>
(back) Subject: Re: Worcester AUD specs. cross-post From: "Judy A. Ollikkala" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 22 Mar 1998 00:16:13 -0500 I should read all my messages before replying. I told you yesterday that I plan to include the AUD on a Post-Convention Organ Crawl on the day after the regular convention, it would be first thing in the morning, although I could schedule it as the last event in the afternoon, if necessary. The rest of my crawl will be outside of the city. That is on Thursday, July 1, 1999. Also on Saturday, April 25, this year, I am doing a crawl for the Eastern New York AGO Chapter, which I invited you and Brenda to sit in on if you wish. However, this is not an open crawl, the NY Chapter is paying me to do this for them, so it is not open to all. That is the one I am negotiating to go to the AUD for, at the moment. If there is enough interest by the ATOS to think about scheduling a major concert there, I will be glad to be a part of it and do what I can.
(back) Subject: Ch. of the Heavenly Rest - NYC From: OrganNYC <OrganNYC@aol.com> Date: Sun, 22 Mar 1998 00:44:56 EST Lent IV - Sunday 22 March 1998 - 10:30 am Church of the Heavenly Rest (Episcopal) New York City The Rev. James L. Burns, Rector Mollie Nichols, Director of Music (conducting) Steven Lawson, Assisting Musician (organist) Prelude: Psalm Prelude, Set II, No. 1 -- Herbert Howells Out of the depths, I have called to you, O Lord. Psalm 130:1 Opening Hymn 690: Guide me, O thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda) Kyrie, Hymnal S-90 -- John Merbecke Psalm 34:1-8 -- S.S. Wesley Sequence Hymn 467: Sing my soul (St. Bees) At the Offertory, Anthem O, pray for the peace of Jerusalem -- Herbert Howells At the Presentation: We give thee but thine own Sanctus, Hymnal S-113 -- John Merbecke Agnus Dei, Hymnal S-157 -- John Merbecke At the Communion, Anthem Let nothing ever grieve thee -- Johannes Brahms Hymn 470: There's a wideness (Beecher) Hymn in Procession 304: I come with joy (Land of Rest) Postlude: Toccata and Fugue in d minor -- Johann Ernst Eberlin Austin 1929/1961/1972; James Konzelman 1995 (1995 console by Guilbault-Therian) 5 manuals - 148 ranks
(back) Subject: RE: my fave wedding anecdote From: "Cornelius Heckel" <email@example.com> Date: Sat, 21 Mar 1998 22:33:51 -0700 On Sat, 21 Mar 1998, ComposerTX <ComposerTX@aol.com> writes: >A few months ago, a bride called, saying, "My vocalist says that she CAN do >the vocal solo you and I selected for the wedding, but she says you're gonna >have to transpose it down an octave" >So I thought a moment, and said, "OK, I can do that, but it will cost extra." >[Then I laughed and told here why it was funny.] >Danny Ray >ComposerTX@AOL.com Yukka-yukka. Nels think this story is funny very much. Story is simple that Nells even with wooden head he can understand. Maybe already ComposerTX would asked singer whether the transposings are major octave or minor octave. Is making a big difference. Nels Also too - what is meaning <<fave>>? Get your FREE, private e-mail account at http://www.mailcity.com