PipeChat Digest #4382 - Sunday, March 21, 2004
 
Sibelius help needed (X-posted)
  by <quilisma@cox.net>
Organ Concert, March 21, Dallas  Goulding & Wood, Opus 41
  by "Jim Watkins" <jwwatkin@airmail.net>
Felix Hell Benefit Concert on The Curtis Organ, Philadelphia, PA
  by <niksiz@comcast.net>
Felix Hell Benefit Concert on The Curtis Organ, Philadelphia, PA
  by <niksiz@comcast.net>
 

(back) Subject: Sibelius help needed (X-posted) From: <quilisma@cox.net> Date: Sat, 20 Mar 2004 16:49:59 -0800   I have Sibelius 1.4; I haven't really felt the need to upgrade, since it does just about everything I want it to.   I can open Sibelius 2.0 and 3.0 files in Scorch; I can play them, but it won't allow me to print them, and they're really too small to read. I don't care about the printing so much, but does anybody know how to resize them? I'm just basically answering questions about the scores, so I can do that without printing them, but I DO need to be able to SEE them.   Unlike some who say they have had good luck asking questions on the Sibelius newsgroup, I haven't. People haven't been rude; they simply haven't responded.   I HAVE Sibelius 2.0 ... I guess I should learn it while I'm not doing much ... but the upgrade to Sibelius 3.0 is $119, and I don't have the money to buy it.   Cheers,   Bud      
(back) Subject: Organ Concert, March 21, Dallas Goulding & Wood, Opus 41 From: "Jim Watkins" <jwwatkin@airmail.net> Date: Sat, 20 Mar 2004 20:46:00 -0600   The second of three dedication concerts for the new Goulding and Wood, Opus= =20 41 at Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church, 7 pm.   The program, played by resident organist Annette Albrecht:   Joel Martinson --- Organum, a fantasy for two organs (2004)   Percy Whitlock --- Plymouth Suite five movements   J. S. Bach --- Prelude and Fugue in D Major, BWV 532   Jean Sibelius --- Finlandia, op 26 no 7 transcribed by H. A.= Fricker   Jan Sweelinck --- Variations on Unter der linden gr=FCne   Durufl=E9 --- Pr=E9lude et Fugue sur le nom d'Alain, op 7 ____________________________________   Organum , for two organs and featuring Ms. Albrecht on the new Goulding and= =20 Wood in the chancel (69 ranks) and the composer, Joel Martinson, on the=20 Reuter/Gress Miles organ in the rear gallery (37 ranks), was commissioned=20 for this occasion and is a major work of about fourteen minutes. It is=20 designed, in part, to demonstrate the various qualities of the two organs=20 and the possibilities of four hands and four feet. The composer is=20 Director of Music Ministries and Organist at St. Rita Catholic Community in= =20 Dallas and has more than 80 published compositions.   A reception will follow the concert. All are welcome. If you are a list= =20 member, let me know you are there. I'll be the guy running around trying= =20 to look humble, busy and important at the same time (none of which I=20 actually am.)   Jim Watkins Chair, Organ Committee   The church is at the corner of Preston Road and Walnut Hill Lane in north=20 Dallas. Parking is plentiful and admission is free.   --------------------- The third and final Organ Dedication Concert will be Sunday April 25th and= =20 will feature music for organ, orchestra, and choir. Hanson's Concerto for= =20 Organ, Strings and Harp, movements from Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, the=20 Organ Concerto #2 by Michel Corrette and music from the Chichester Psalms=20 by Bernstein. In addition, that concert will include a performance of the= =20 duo organ work Chantasy by Hopkins played by Goulding & Wood president=20 Jason Overall and his wife Edie Johnson.=20  
(back) Subject: Felix Hell Benefit Concert on The Curtis Organ, Philadelphia, PA From: <niksiz@comcast.net> Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2004 03:12:49 +0000   Curtis Organ at Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania ~Austin Opus 1416: 1926, IV-161~   Felix Hell Benefit Concert Saturday, June 12, 2004, 7:30pm   German organ virtuoso Felix Hells plays Penn's 10,731 pipe Curtis Organ at =   Irvine Auditorium, 34th and Spruce Streets in Philadelphia. Enjoy the magnificent sound of this fully restored instrument!   Tickets available now by calling 215-898-3900 or visiting = www.pennpresents.org.   Mark your calendars and plan to join us!   Proceeds benefit future programs on the Curtis Organ.     -- Nikola Sizgorich niksiz@comcast.net  
(back) Subject: Felix Hell Benefit Concert on The Curtis Organ, Philadelphia, PA From: <niksiz@comcast.net> Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2004 03:16:41 +0000   Curtis Organ at Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania ~Austin Opus 1416: 1926, IV-161~   Felix Hell Benefit Concert Saturday, June 12, 2004, 7:30pm   German organ virtuoso Felix Hell plays Penn's 10,731 pipe Curtis Organ at Irvine Auditorium, 34th and Spruce Streets in Philadelphia. Enjoy the magnificent sound of this fully restored instrument!   Tickets ($15) available now by calling 215-898-3900.   Mark your calendars and plan to join us! Proceeds benefit future programs = on the Curtis Organ.     -- Nikola Sizgorich niksiz@comcast.net