PipeChat Digest #3117 - Tuesday, September 10, 2002
 
Concert List, Pacific Northwest
  by "Bob North" <bnorth@intergate.ca>
RE: Chorzempa
  by "Andrew Mead" <mead@eagle.ca>
9/11 Verdi Requiem
  by <Oboe32@aol.com>
Re: Concert List, Pacific Northwest
  by "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net>
Re: Concert List, Pacific Northwest
  by "Bob North" <bnorth@intergate.ca>
Peeters
  by <cmys13085@blueyonder.co.uk>
RE: Chorzempa
  by "David Smit" <DavidS@astrolabegroup.com>
 

(back) Subject: Concert List, Pacific Northwest From: "Bob North" <bnorth@intergate.ca> Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2002 17:34:26 -0700     >***************************************************************** >Update--PACIFIC NORTHWEST PIPE ORGAN CONCERTS AND RELATED EVENTS >IN THE GREATER VANCOUVER, SEATTLE AND PORTLAND AREAS-Sept 9 2002 >***************************************************************** >Special Note: All of us have our own special way of remembering >the terrible events of last Sept 11. For those in the Vancouver >area who may be looking for rememberance events, we suggest >St Mary's Anglican Church, 37th at Larch (Kerrisdale), Vancouver >where an entire day of observance begins at 5:45am with a prayer >vigil that will end at 7:30pm with the Faure Requiem. Brigid Coult >will conduct a combined choir in memoriam. September 11, 2002 >***************************************************************** >Churches sponsoring concerts in these pages are listed at >http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hhuestis/venues.htm >Please check "venues.htm"--send corrections to: hhuestis@mdi.ca >***************************************************************** >NEW ORGAN... Hellmuth Wolff organ in progress for: Christ Church >Cathedral, Victoria, BC. See: >ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hhuestis/wolfccc.doc >ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hhuestis/wolfccc.jpg >***************************************************************** >NEW ORGAN... Jurgen Ahrend organ in progress for: >Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall of the University of Calgary's Rozsa Centre. >Slated for completion and installation in 2005-06. Contact Malcolm >Edwards, head of Univ. of Calgary Music Department, Calgary, AB >***************************************************************** >WATJEN ORGAN DEMONSTRATIONS, at Benaroya Hall, held every first >Monday of the moth, beginning at 12:20pm. Continuing through the >summer months. Sponsored by the Seattle Symphony. >***************************************************************** >Sep 9 Time??? Paramount Theater, 9th Ave and Pine St, Seattle >silent movie comedy series with live organ accompaniment by Dennis >James. Monday evenings. The Gold Rush, 1925 Charlie Chaplin >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 15 Sun 4pm. An Afternoon of Organ Music - Fabio Ciofini (from >Italy) Central Lutheran Church, Eugene, OR. Brombaugh organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sept 15 Sun 3pm. Paul Tegels, newly appointed University Organist >and Assistant Professor of Music, will present his first organ >recital. Dr. Tegels is a native of The Netherlands; he holds a >DMA in organ from the Univ. of Iowa, and the Diploma in Performance >from the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston. Lagerquist Hall, >Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma (Parkland), WA >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 16 Time??? Paramount Theater, 9th Ave and Pine St, Seattle >silent movie comedy series with live organ accompaniment by Dennis >James. Monday evenings. The Cameraman, 1928 with Buster Keaton. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 16 7:30pm. "Meet Dr. Paul Tegels" The new University >Organist at Pacific Lutheran Univ will speak about his musical >background and training and play a brief recital. Grace Lutheran >Church, 6202 S. Tyler, Tacoma, WA. Fritts Organ >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 19 Thur 7:30pm. Fabio Ciofini returns to perform a program of >baroque music including works by J.S. Bach, Dietrich Buxtehude, >Johann Gottfried Walther, and A. Van Noordt on the 1999 Paul Fritts >organ at The Episcopal Church of the Ascension, 2330 Viewmont Way >West, Magnolia, Seattle, WA 206 283 3967 >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sept 20 12:10 (noon): David Dahl, organist, for Third Friday >Organ Recitals at Noon, Christ Church, Tacoma, WA. "Recently >published works of Mendelssohn with seldom heard 19th century >German organ repertoire." Brombaugh Organ. Free admission. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 21 Sat 8pm. Holy Rosary Cathedral, Richards & Dunsmuir, >Vancouver, BC. Glorious Sound of Brass, Vancouver Symphony Brass >Quintett and Organist Denis Bedard. Gabrieli, Bach, Frederick >Scipitzky. $18/12 604 682 6774 >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 22 Sun 4pm: Fabio Ciofini, from Terni, Italy, returns to open >the "Music at Christ Church" series with an organ recital on the >Brombaugh Organ. By donation. (This is Ciofini's 3rd organ tour >of the Pacific Northwest) Christ Church Episcopal, Tacoma, WA >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 22 Sun 3pm. Clint Kraus: A Young Persons Guide to the Organ >Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 8501 S.E. 40th Street, Mercer >Island, WA. $10;children free. Clint Kraus, Associate Organist at >St. James Cathedral, Seattle, gives a lively romp through the >history of the organ, with bottles, whistles, and four pipe organs >including a 12th-century organ and Holy Trinity's own 17-rank >tracker pipe organ, built by Kenneth Coulter in 1981. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 23 Time??? Paramount Theater, 9th Ave and Pine St, Seattle >silent movie comedy series with live organ accompaniment by Dennis >James. Monday evenings. The Strong Man,Director Frank Capra 1926 >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 27 Fri 8pm. St Andrew's Wesley Church, 1012 Nelson St, >Vancouver, BC. $20/15 Darryl Nixon in the ninth recital in a >series of twelve of the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian >Bach. This recital will include the trio sonata in d minor, >Chorale variations on "Christ, der du bist der helle Tag", >Preludes and fugues in G major(bwv550), C major(bwv547), d >minor(bwv539), Chorale preludes on "An Wasserflussen >Babylon"(bwv653), "Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend"(bwv655), >"Komm heiliger Geist, Herre Gott"(bwv652). Casavant/Huestis Organ >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Sep 28 Sat 10am and Sep 29 Sun 7pm. Trinity Lutheran Church, >Lynnwood, WA. Trinity Artists at the Organ opens it's eighth >annual season with one of the most highly regarded concert >organists of our day, Martin Jean, Professor of Organ at the Yale >School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music. Dr. Jean will >present a master class on Saturday morning and a recital on Sunday >evening. The master class will be co-sponsored by the Seattle >Chapter of the AGO. For information and to participate in the >master class, call Norma Aamodt-Nelson, Minister of Music at >Trinity Lutheran Church, 6215 196th Street, Lynnwood, WA, >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct 4, 2002 7:30pm St Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA $20/15 >Mel Butler, Cathedral Organist/Choirmaster in A program of English >Music with assistance from The Cathedral Choir of Saint Marks >Cathedral. Flentrop organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct 6 Sun 4pm. An Afternoon of Organ Concertos - Dr. Andrew >ElRay Stewart-Cook, Organist/Choirmaster, Central Lutheran Church, >Eugene. Works by Handel and Haydn with Orchestra. Brombaugh organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct 6 3pm. Ann Stephenson-Moe, Organist/Choirmaster at Church >of the Redeemer, Episcopal, in Sarasota, FL, will play the opening >recital of the Richard D. Moe Organ Series on the Gottfried & >Mary Fuchs organ (built by Paul Fritts). Pacific Lutheran >University, Spanaway (Tacoma) WA. Tickets at door >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct 10 Thur 7:30pm. Australian organist Terry Norman presents a >varied program spanning the centuries including music of Girolamo >Frescobaldi, Paul Hofhaimer, Dietrich Buxtehude, J.S. Bach, Paul >Hindemith, and contemporary Australian composer Rosalie Bonighton. >Church of the Ascension, Seattle, WA. Paul Fritts Organ >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct 13, 3pm. St. Joseph's RC Church -- Concert series on >1885 Willis organ. 732 - 18th Ave East, Seattle, WA 206 324 2552 >Joseph Adam, Organist of St. James Cathedral -- Program TBA >Benefit restoration of Willis Organ. $10 suggested donation. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct. 13 4pm Christ Church, Tacoma, WA Brombaugh Organ. >Australian organist Terry Norman presents a varied program >spanning the centuries including music of Girolamo Frescobaldi, >Paul Hofhaimer, Dietrich Buxtehude, J.S. Bach, Paul Hindemith, >and contemporary Australian composer Rosalie Bonighton. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct 20 sun 3pm. University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Paul >Tegels, organ (Eichinger Memorial Concert Series) Walker-Ames >Room, Kane Hall $10/$8 (206/685-8384 or www.music.washington.edu) >Paul Tegels performs music of Sweelinck, Scheidt, Scheidemann, and >others in the first of three Eichinger Memorial Concerts this season. >A native of the Netherlands, he is Assistant Professor of Music >and University Organist at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. >------------------------------------------------------------ >Oct 21 7:30pm. Members of the Tacoma Chapter, AGO, will perform >easy-medium works from 19th c. German repertoire, plus recently >published but hitherto unknown works of Mendelssohn. Mason >Methodist Church, 2710 N. Madison, Tacoma, WA. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct *** TBA. Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, WA >Rededication of the Schlicker Organ, rebuilt after the earthquake >in February, 2001. Further information to be forthcoming. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Oct 30, 2002 12:30 and 7:30pm. Littlefield Organ Halloween >Concerts 12:30 pm & 7:30 pm Walker-Ames Room, Kane Hall >$5/8 (206/685-8384 or www.music.washington.edu) Carole Terry, UW >Professor of Organ and the Seattle Symphony's resident organist >and curator, is joined by her students in spooky music and organ >classics for this popular annual event. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Nov 16 2002 Sat 8pm. Holy Rosary Cathedral, Richards & Dunsmuir, >Vancouver, BC. Celebrating Canada's Composers. Organist Denis >Bedard in Concert. Bedard, Karam, bales, lavoie, Meek Tanguay. >Also Bach, Sweelinck, Franceschini, Vieira, Gigout and Tournemire. >Karns/Casavant organ. 604 682 6774. $18/12 >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Nov 24 3pm Pacific Lutheran University, Lagerquist Hall, >Tacoma, WA. Fritts organ. Organ concert by Susan Ferre. >Richard D. Moe Organ Series on the Gottfried & Mary Fuchs organ >(built by Paul Fritts). >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Nov 24 Sun 7pm. Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA. Norma >Aamodt-Nelson, organist. Norma was appointed Minister of Music at >Trinity Lutheran Church a year ago after an extensive search. She >brings a wealth of talents and credentials and enthusiasm to the >church. A native of the Northwest and a PLU grad, she most recently >served parishes in Minneapolis and worked as acquisitions editor >for Augsburg Fortress, as position she still holds. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Jan 26, 2003 Sun 7pm. Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA Paul >Tegels, organist and Sven Ronning, violinist. Newly appointed as >professor of organ at Pacific Lutheran University, Dr. Tegels will >perform with his colleague at PLU, professor of violin, Sven Ronning. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Feb 2 2003 Sun 3pm. German Masterworks for Organ Andrew King, >organ (Eichinger Memorial Concert Series) Walker-Ames Room, Kane >Hall, Univ. of Washington $8/$10 (206/685-8384 or www.music. >washington.edu) Andrew King has served on the performance >faculties of Pacific Lutheran University and the University of >Puget Sound, and has been organist at First Lutheran Church of >West Seattle since 1974. His recital features German masterworks >for organ from the 18th through the 20th centuries. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Feb 7, 2003 7:30pm $20/15 Ken Cowan, Organist in a program of >French Music. St Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA Flentrop organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Feb 9, 2003 3pm. Pacific Lutheran University, Lagerquist Hall. >Tacoma, WA. Organ concert by Hans Davidsson. Richard D. Moe >Organ Series. Fritts Organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Mar 21, 2003 Fri 8pm. Holy Rosary Cathedral, Richard & Dunsmuir >Vancouver, BC. Organist Naji Hakim Concert on Bach's Birthday. >Hakim succeeded Olivier Messiaen at L'eglise de la Trinite, Paris. >Karns/Casavant Organ. 604 682 6774 $32/25 >----------------------------------------------------------------- >March 23 2003 3pm. Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. >David Dahl Concert, sponsored by the Scandinavian Cultural Center >of PLU. Program will include works by various Scandinavian >composers as well as J.S. Bach and Mendelssohn. Fritts Organ >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Mar 30 2003 Sun 7pm Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA >Dr. Craig Cramer, Professor of Organ at the University of Notre >Dame, will perform the Bach Orgelbuchlein Chorales for the season >of Lent, and other organ favorites. His large discography attests >to his artistry, including the CD made on the Trinity Pasi organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Apr 13, 2003 Pacific Lutheran University, Lagerquist Hall. >Tacoma, WA. Organ concert by Roberta Gary. Richard D. Moe Organ >Series on the Gottfried & Mary Fuchs organ (built by Paul Fritts) >----------------------------------------------------------------- >May 2, 2003 7:30pm St Marks Cathedral, Seattle, WA $20/15 >Fabio Ciofini - An Evening of Venetian Music. This concert is >part of a week-end Venetian Festival which will include other >events TBA. Flentrop Organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >May 3/4 2003. Pacific Lutheran University, Lagerquist Hall. Tacoma >(Parkland) WA. Fritts organ. Organ concert by Charles Brown. >Richard D. Moe Organ Series. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >May 9 Fri 8pm. Holy Rosary Cathedral, Richards & Dunsmuir, >Vancouver, BC. Organ Solos and Duos. Denis Bedard and Rachel >Alflatt with duets by Callahan and Bedard. Also works by >Mendelssohn. $18/12 604 682 6774 Karns/Casavant organ. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >May 11 2003 sun 3pm. University of Washington. Seattle, WA. >Fantasias & Toccatas Robert Huw Morgan, organ (Eichinger Memorial >Concert Series) Walker-Ames Room, Kane Hall $10/$8 (206/685-8384 or >www.music.washington.edu) Robert Huw Morgan, the University >Organist and Lecturer in Organ at Stanford University and a Fellow >of the Royal College of Organists. His recital will focus on >fantasias and toccatas from the 16th and 17th centuries. >----------------------------------------------------------------- >May 30, 2003 7:30pm St Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA Flentrop >Organ. $20/15 David Schrader, Organist from The Chicago Symphony >The All-Bach Concert >***************************************************************** >NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCURACY! PLEASE SEND UPDATES TO: >70771.1047@compuserve.com - Fax 604.946.5739 - Phone 604.946.3952 > H. L. Huestis Pipe Organ and Mail Order Reed Repair Service > 1574 Gulf Rd,#1502 Pt Roberts, WA 98281 >***************************************************************** >Check out these web sites: >ORGAN CONCERTS: ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hhuestis/concerts.txt >CONCERT VENUES: ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hhuestis/venues.htm >THE REED DOCTOR:www.wu-wien.ac.at/earlym-l/organs/editor.html >OSIRIS ARCHIVE: www.wu-wien.ac.at/earlym-l/organs >DIAPASON INDEX: www.wu-wien.ac.at/earlym-l/organs/diapason.search.html >SELECTED ARTICLES FROM THE DIAPASON: www.geocities.com/osirisarchive >***************************************************************** > >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>ANNOUNCEMENTS - Posted for 60 days<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< >*****************************************************************    
(back) Subject: RE: Chorzempa From: "Andrew Mead" <mead@eagle.ca> Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2002 21:37:43 -0400   Chatters:   Pardon me for this misdirected message.   Andrew Mead     -----Original Message----- From: pipechat@pipechat.org [mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org]On Behalf Of Andrew Mead Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 7:32 PM To: PipeChat Subject: RE: Chorzempa   Robert: That's fine if you're late. There's plenty of one man jobs to be done by myself before and after you leave. There is a possibility that we will be finished with the tuning in one day so bring along a blank = invoice. I'm all for getting this done asap. Remember, this is not a full tuning, just a thorough tuning. In fact if it's hot enough in the Church I may not touch the reeds and leave them until just before the concert or the rehearsal.   See you later. AjM        
(back) Subject: 9/11 Verdi Requiem From: <Oboe32@aol.com> Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 00:20:03 -0400   Hey All, Tune in to PBS on 9/11 at 10pm to see the NJ Symphony and the 175 = voice Westminster Symphonic Choir performing ther Verdi Requiem as a = memorial to the victims of 9/11.   -Pete Isherwood  
(back) Subject: Re: Concert List, Pacific Northwest From: "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net> Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 00:24:02 -0400   Dear PipeChat,   Wow! Reading the list just posted here by Bob North would seem to indicate that the Seattle Area is Organ Heaven! To Mr. North and/or whoever painstakingly put this list together, not an easy task, thanks and congratulations. Every item is something I would dearly love to hear, bringing on a bit of jealousy which Northeasterners would really prefer = not to reveal! All this and Starbucks, which at least you are willing to = share!   Cheers and Thanks,   Malcolm Wechsler www.mander-organs.com   ----- Original Message ----- From: "Bob North" <bnorth@intergate.ca> To: <pipechat@pipechat.org> Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 8:34 PM Subject: Concert List, Pacific Northwest     > > >***************************************************************** > >Update--PACIFIC NORTHWEST PIPE ORGAN CONCERTS AND RELATED EVENTS > >IN THE GREATER VANCOUVER, SEATTLE AND PORTLAND AREAS-Sept 9 2002 > >***************************************************************** > >Special Note: All of us have our own special way of remembering > >the terrible events of last Sept 11. For those in the Vancouver > >area . . . . . . .   HUGE Snip!      
(back) Subject: Re: Concert List, Pacific Northwest From: "Bob North" <bnorth@intergate.ca> Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2002 23:01:30 -0700   At 12:24 AM 9/10/02 -0400, you wrote: >Dear PipeChat, > > To Mr. North and/or whoever >painstakingly put this list together, not an easy task, thanks > >Thanks to Malcolm for his nice comments, the list is not mine, but is >compiled by Herb Huestis. If his name is unfamiliar, you will find it on =   >the masthead of Diapason magazine. Through Herb's work on this list, many =   >of us in the Pacific Northwest keep in touch with the concert scene in >this active area. I posted to pipechat after a conversation with Herb, so =   >that others would know of the wealth we share here in the >Northwest. Regards...........Bob > >    
(back) Subject: Peeters From: <cmys13085@blueyonder.co.uk> Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 07:29:56 +0100   Hello,   Paul Emmons mentioned music by Peeters with which he was unfamiliar.=20   A piece I often include in recitals is the lovely "Lied to the flowers" = and, if I care to practise it, the "Lied to the Sun". Both are quite = excellent.......I recommend them.   AND.....who knows his fine Concerto for Piano and Organ?   Regards,     Colin Mitchell UK    
(back) Subject: RE: Chorzempa From: "David Smit" <DavidS@astrolabegroup.com> Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 08:52:50 +0200   Hi,   Lest we not forget his (IMHO) fantastic recording on Philips of the Widor 5th & 10th "Romane" at St Sernin - I think the end of the 5th and = beginning of the 10th are the finest examples around. Of course the organ is one of C-C's finest!   David Smit