PipeChat Digest #4397 - Tuesday, March 30, 2004 Re: mental illness in the parish( afraid for your life)? by "T.Desiree' Hines" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: it had to happen sooner or later (chuckle) by <email@example.com> church prowlers and intruders by "Charlie Lester" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: Are There Mentally Disturbed People in Your Parish? [x-post by "Charlie Lester" <email@example.com> Re: Subject: Re: Are There Mentally Disturbed People in Your Parish? [x- by <DERREINETOR@aol.com> Re: church prowlers and intruders by <Pepehomer@aol.com> Re: church prowlers and intruders by "Eric James McKirdy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> RE: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday) by "Storandt, Peter" <email@example.com> Re: mental illness in the parish( afraid for your life)? by "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Subject: Re: Are There Mentally Disturbed People in Your Parish? [x- by "SCOTT BILOT" <email@example.com> Creston and Cleveland AGO by "Richard Hazelip" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: church prowlers and intruders by "Mike Franch" <email@example.com> Recital at National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (xpost) by "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Charpentiere Tricentenaire 2004 by "Alan Freed" <email@example.com> Re: church prowlers and intruders by "chemphill" <firstname.lastname@example.org> RE: Organ freaks by "jch" <email@example.com> Getting stalked by an organ-type by <TubaMagna@aol.com> Re: church prowlers and intruders by <OMusic@aol.com> Re: Creston and Cleveland AGO by "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Correction to Creston post by "Richard Hazelip" <email@example.com>
(back) Subject: Re: mental illness in the parish( afraid for your life)? From: "T.Desiree' Hines" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 11:30:19 -0800 (PST) Sure thing Bill on Dr. King's Mother being an organist. We have the same problem in Chicago, of course. I keep th edoors locked = when in St. Turibius. ALthough the activity around here is not THAT bad at = all. Urban areas are not the only ones. We have to look at all areas. I say = this mainly because of m y deep friendship and care fro the late James = Dale Holloway, who was shot and killed in 2001. Jim was the newly = appointed Organ prof at Pacific Lutheran University only one year before = his death. I have had 2 siblings to die...but still, nothing hit me like = Jim's death. What added to the tremendous grief is that I was so far away = in Mississippi, and people in Washington really wanted me to be there in = person, as they knew hoe hard I took his death. But anyway, what makes Jim's death tie to this: Jim was randomly shot by a = derranged gunman, who appearantly had a relationship some 45 or 50 years = ago with one of the music professors. This relationship led to him = stalking this professor, etc.He appearantly still had feelings for her and = just never got over it. He shot Jim 4 times, dropped a 16 page letter, and = then shot himself. In the letter, he said he was going to shoot to kill = the first person he saw. And that just happened to be Jim. And PLU is in a suburban, almost rural setting...on the very edge of the = city of Tacoma. Interestingly, that area is very high in crime. The = largest Crystal Meth production in the world goes on within miles and = blocks of the PLU campus. I was pick-pocketed, and mugged both within 10 = minutes of my dorm room, at 2 different occasions while at PLU. The area = also has a lot of SADS, that syndrome that plagues the Northwest...lack of = sun, employment, etc. Im happy to be away from it. From Desiree' T. Desiree' Hines Chicago, IL 60610 ---------------------------- For Compositions by Desiree' Frog Music Press www.frogmusic.com ------------------------------- FOR CONCERTS BY DESIREE' http://concertartist.info/bios/hines.html --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Finance Tax Center - File online. File on time.
(back) Subject: Re: it had to happen sooner or later (chuckle) From: <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 11:43:39 -0800 MCC runs the gamut from low-church Episcopal / Lutheran to ... well ... anything goes (chuckle). I used to enjoy playing the evening service at MCC/San Diego because it was virtually an organ Mass ... the organ was played continuously during the service, except for the announcements, reading of the Gospel and the sermon, and from Offertory straight through Confession, Words of Pardon, Consecration, and Communion ... a stretch of more than 30 minutes most Sundays ... I got to play LOTS of L'Orgue Mystique (grin). MCC/San Diego is pretty evangelical, but since more than 50% of the congregation are ex Roman Catholics, the Communion liturgy is pretty traditional. Cheers, Bud DERREINETOR@aol.com wrote: > Bud, > > Although our parish has been conducting public blessings for same-sex > couples for almost 20 years, we don't do the Wagner for anyone. Purcell, = > Clarke and David N. Johnson's trumpet tunes seem to be the favorites > these days for folks of all persuasions--at least in our parish. The > Mathias "Fanfare" has had quite some popularity as a recessional at St. > John's in the recent past, along with the predictable Widor Toccata and > the Symphonia from Bach 29. > > Funny story about the Wagner--though I thought that it has been pretty > much "banned" in most mainstream liturgical churches along with the > Mendelssohn. Having been to an MCC service--and not to disparage > anyone's personal religious beliefs--it would appear that practically > anything goes. > > Quack Quack (Ducking), > Bill H.
(back) Subject: church prowlers and intruders From: "Charlie Lester" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 11:50:54 -0800 Someone mentioned prowlers and intruders. Yes, that's always in the back of my mind at my churches, too. One in particular because of the way it is situated on a fairly isolated street. I always carefully check things every step of the way when I am there --- I can arm the church's alarm while I am in the organ loft, so if someone did come in they would trip it. But it's still kinda scary sometimes --- there are a couple of homeless people who sleep in the semi-enclosed patio, and more who sleep in big vans parked on the street. You never know what may be going on in those people's minds when they start hearing organ music wafting from the church in the middle of the night. The scariest thing that happened so far was when I started to leave one night around 11 p.m. after practicing and came face-to-face with a pit bull. Well, what I mean is, the six doors from the narthex to the outdoor patio at the front of the sanctuary are made of heavy glass -- strong and secure, but see-thru. When I walked toward the door to leave, a pit bull just, like, sauntered up to the door on the outdoors-side and stopped right at the door. He was so close to the door that his breath was fogging up the glass. He just stood there, looking me directly in the eye - not moving, not flinching. I went "BOO! GO AWAY!" and brandished my umbrella. He did not budge. I walked down along the other doors and he followed me, not taking his eyes off of me. It was VERY creepy. I sprinted upstairs to the organ loft, heart pounding, wondering if he would be strong enough to crash through the doors -- or be stupid enough to try. I finally got on my cell phone and called the police. They were less than concerned, of course, yawn yawn, "We'll send someone out." Well, meanwhile, I was trapped in there. My car was parked right by the main entrance so even if I could have snuck out another door, I still would have had to approach where the dog was. I waited so long, sitting there in the organ loft stairway out of sight of the dog - who WOULD NOT LEAVE - that I fell asleep. When I awoke about a half-hour later the dog appeared to be gone but there was no sign of the police either. I went to the glass doors, banged on them and rattled the knobs, make barking sounds (!), saying, "here doggy doggy" etc... no response so it appeared the coast was clear. By now it was around midnight, and the outdoor lighting, on timers, had clicked off -- so it was VERY dark out there. I cautiously opened one of the glass doors and stepped out into the patio. I heard something stirring in a dark corner of the patio so I ran, heart racing, back inside and slammed the door -- it crashed against the metal door frame with a very loud BANG. A bleary-eyed homeless woman came staggering out from behind a bush, rubbing her eyes and scratching herself. I called out to her through the door, "Does someone have a big dog out there?" She said, "It's the man in that big truck" -- and pointed to a plastic-tarped, rattletrap Winnebago parked a little ways down the street. "He don't bite. He was just hongry." [The man, or the dog?!] YES, this whole scene was VERY surreal. Well, the coast appeared to be clear so I did finally leave. The next day I told the pastor about what had happened. He was quite concerned that the police had never come so he said he would look into it, but I never heard anymore about it. I've never seen the dog again since then, but the man's Winnebago is parked out there from time to time. I guess it's an ideal street for homeless people to encamp along --- one side, down the entire block, is the church and school buildings, then on the other side is a large apartment complex with a 6-ft-high solid concrete wall. There are no residences or businesses along that street. We're probably lucky there's just a couple of people who encamp out there -- in some areas like that, the streets are lined from end to end at night with homeless people sleeping in their vehicles. We in California have the same situation as the person described in the UK. Here, we have former Governor Ronald Reagan to thank, largely. It was during his administration that a "new policy of caring for the mentally ill" was enacted --- e.g., shutting down state hospitals, psychiatric institutions, halfway houses, etc., with the idea that mentally ill citizens could be better helped when integrated into society, in non-institutionalized settings. Of course, this really was just a way to cut costs from the California budget. And all you have to do is take a look around any major city and see that the "new policy" was a dismal failure. Urban centers throughout the state have become open-air homeless camps, filled with people who are too severely mentally ill &/or alcoholic/drug-addicts, to care for themselves. So we have them sleeping on our church patios and in cars parked in front of our buildings and homes. It's sad. It's shameful. The great irony is that Former Governor/President Reagan is, himself, in so many words, "mentally ill" --- insofar as he is in the advanced stages of Alzheimer's disease. One wonders how differently he would feel about his policies for "caring" for mentally ill if he had no one to care for him ........ and was left to wander the streets of Los Angeles -- mind fogged, body soiled, stomach empty, heart aching, soul dead. ~ C
(back) Subject: Subject: Re: Are There Mentally Disturbed People in Your Parish? [x-posted] From: "Charlie Lester" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 12:00:08 -0800 =3D-> In the United States, the doors of our "asylums" were opened about 30 years ago--not by "tories", but by well-intentioned liberals.... <-=3D Gee. I didn't know Ronald Reagan was a liberal. ~ C
(back) Subject: Re: Subject: Re: Are There Mentally Disturbed People in Your Parish? [x-post... From: <DERREINETOR@aol.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 15:13:29 EST C, That began in earnest during the Carter administration but had more to do with liberals in Congress and in State legislatures. And last I checked, = Reagan is the ur-Tory of the US: I believe he's OBE--I do recall his being = knighted by HRH E II. I'm no apologist for Ronald Reagan, don't get me wrong! Bill H.
(back) Subject: Re: church prowlers and intruders From: <Pepehomer@aol.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 15:43:54 -0500 I usually just lock the door when I practice just because I hate not being = alone when I do practice. When I was young, I used to practice (well, play around on, I wouldn't = call it practice) in the church that we were at, in rural Kansas. One = time I climbed the steps into the balcony, proceeded to turn the power = source on to the pipes, and looked down - lo and behold, a large snake = just sitting on top of a pew. End of practice session. I'm not sure what = type it was, but it was at least 3 feet long. Justin Karch Organist, Holy Trinity LCMS Rome, GA
(back) Subject: Re: church prowlers and intruders From: "Eric James McKirdy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 12:56:45 -0800 This sounds all too familiar. When I was 16, I was at church one Sunday evening around 9 pm, practicing for an upcoming performance, and I was there until around 10:30. (The 9:00-10:30 pm slot was my typical practice time.) As always, I was there by myself, so I did not unlock any outside doors. The next afternoon, I was horrified to get a phone call from the facilities staff, asking if everything had been in order while I was there. I replied that everything was fine. The person on the phone then went on to tell me that overnight, thousands of dollars of vandalism had taken place inside the church --including to the organ -- by four teenage kids, who had entered the church on Sunday afternoon and found a hiding place for a few hours, waiting for the lights to go off and the last person to leave. The miscreants told police that they had been wandering around the building when they heard someone enter (me!), and returned to their hiding place. I had no idea they were there. After that, I carried mace on my keyring, just in case of another disaster like that. Eric ------------------- > I usually just lock the door when I practice just because I hate not being alone when I do practice. > > When I was young, I used to practice (well, play around on, I wouldn't call it practice) in the church that we were at, in rural Kansas. One time I climbed the steps into the balcony, proceeded to turn the power source on to the pipes, and looked down - lo and behold, a large snake just sitting on top of a pew. End of practice session. I'm not sure what type it was, but it was at least 3 feet long. > > Justin Karch > Organist, Holy Trinity LCMS > Rome, GA > "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" > PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics > HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org > List: mailto:email@example.com > Administration: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:email@example.com > >
(back) Subject: RE: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday) From: "Storandt, Peter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 15:08:47 -0600 Fran, =20 There's a wonderful hymn in Hymnal 1982 that I think would suit your needs. I'll look up the number and tune name when I get home and let you know. Alan DePuy, the organist and choirmaster at Trinity Cathedral in Phoenix, has written some splendid variations on the tune that you could use as well. =20 =20 Peter =20 ________________________________ From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Fran Walker Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2004 12:33 PM To: PipeChat Subject: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday) =20 Dear Friends, We're looking for ideas for our service on Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday) (Festival of God's Creation - "Life-Giving Breath of God: Protecting the Sacred Gift of Air"). Music would include hymns, prelude, offertory, postlude, since not enough time for the choir to learn an "earth day" or "air" anthem. Any ideas? Thanks so much! Fran ************************************************** Frances Walker, M.M. Northwestern University Organist, North Shore United Methodist Church 213 Hazel Avenue, Glencoe, IL 60022-1775 847-835-1227; fax 847-835-1243 email@example.com http://www.gbgm-umc.org/northshoreumc/
(back) Subject: Re: mental illness in the parish( afraid for your life)? From: "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:00:48 -0500 On 3/30/04 2:09 PM, "T.Desiree' Hines" <email@example.com> wrote: >>> And yes he ws incapacitated after that accident. Well, I thought it was a quite intentional =B3attack.=B2 Alan
(back) Subject: Re: Subject: Re: Are There Mentally Disturbed People in Your Parish? [x-posted] From: "SCOTT BILOT" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 14:28:50 -0800 (PST) This may be slightly away from this subject, but here's a story for ya. = When I was 15 years old, (I'm 37 now, and feel like it!) my family and I = belonged to a church that had a beautiful 3 manual, 28-30 rank Schaefer = organ built in 1931. There USED to be a "caretaker" for the parish = buildings, and one day. he saw fit to remove pipes from one side of the = organ for no apparent reason. Wait; it gets better. While this was in the = middle of the week, the day after he removed the pipes, he died in his = sleep. It gets better yet. He dies in his sleep, but never tells anyone = where he took the pipes. We soon found that he had hidden them in various = places in the church basement. The good thing was that not single pipe was = missing; we found them all, put them back in the organ, let them sit a day = to warm back up, and tuned the organ Saturday morning, just in time for a = wedding that day. I was younger then, about 40 pounds lighter, and had a lot more energy. = Still a fond memory regardless. Scott Charlie Lester <email@example.com> wrote: =3D-> In the United States, the doors of our "asylums" were opened about 30 years ago--not by "tories", but by well-intentioned liberals.... <-=3D Gee. I didn't know Ronald Reagan was a liberal. ~ C "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org List: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Administration: mailto:email@example.com Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
(back) Subject: Creston and Cleveland AGO From: "Richard Hazelip" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 14:37:45 -0800 (PST) Paul Creston was commissioned to write a piece for the 50th anniversary of = the AGO and played for the Cleveland Chapter, AGO. Does anyone know of a = recording of that recital, or have any information of any kind for that = concert or convention? (I would really like to gain access to a = recording). BTW, I owe money to the person who sent me the Creston recording made from = LP. I have (blush, foot brushes the ground in shame) forgotten the name = of my benefactor. Please contact me offlist and let me square this with = you. Thanks for any help you can send my way! Richard Hazelip
(back) Subject: Re: church prowlers and intruders From: "Mike Franch" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 16:53:30 -0600 I had an incident last night. I don't think he was a prowler or dangerous, = but it kept me on guard. He was playing the piano in the sanctuary. It was = the same repetitive rambling beat. He seemed mesmerized by his own = playing. He rambled on for about 15 minutes, before he stopped. I commented that he played very well (what was I to do?). He said he's making a CD and makes a lot of money doing this. By the looks of him and = his clothes, he didn't seem to be the type to be a well off musician or = someone with a very successful CD. He finally left after I inquired if he had reserved the church for the night. I usually leave no later than 9:00PM. I park under the parking lot lights and keep my eyes open when I leave. Since we are a mission church the = doors are open 24 hours a day. There has been no vandalism that I know of, other = than the occaisional stealing of the bags of food placed there for the = food bank. Mike Franch Madison, WI _________________________________________________________________ MSN Toolbar provides one-click access to Hotmail from any Web page =96 = FREE download! http://toolbar.msn.com/go/onm00200413ave/direct/01/
(back) Subject: Recital at National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (xpost) From: "Alan Freed" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 18:34:02 -0500 Mark your datebooks: Arthur LaMirande has been invited by Robert Grogan, Principal Organist, to perform at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., on Sunday, July 18th, 2004, at 6 p.m. I hope to post the programme as the performance date gets closer (or we to it). Alan
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(back) Subject: Re: church prowlers and intruders From: "chemphill" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:53:03 -0600 I didn't read all the posts regarding church prowlers and intruders or the mentally ill in your parish. But I thought I'd tell you of my experience. I was an EMT-Paramedic dispatcher at the time. My partner took the first = 911 call and I took the second. The three of us took lots of 911 calls while = we had to dispatch units to Westbrook Baptist Church in Fort Worth. A man, whose dad had died a couple months before, had no access to his medication and in his psychosis wouldn't have taken it anyway. He walked into the church during a little musical play being put on by teenagers and some adults for the finale to a day of "Prayer Around The Pole." He shot several teens and adults, killed six teens and one adult. I never look at church security the same way. I am almost always alone = when I leave the church at night. The parking lot is better lit, but it's not perfect. I find it odd that no one stays to make sure I leave safely. A = few have volunteered, but never do it again when they realize how long it = takes me to turn out the lights, set alarms, etc. The entire city forgave that man for what he did that night. And, having a retarded sister in a group, I am always praying for the mentally ill and disabled. May God keep us safe and healthy. Tina Hemphill St. Joan of Arc Nashotah, Wisconsin
(back) Subject: RE: Organ freaks From: "jch" <email@example.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 18:21:16 -0600 At 08:05 AM 3/30/04, you wrote: > and go straight to the >organ without turning any church lights on. My dad had a similar story...he would go straight to the organ w/o turning = on lights when he went to practice. One night he was practicing and had a creepy feeling about being there. Suddenly a bright light lit up the chancel and a corpse was sitting up in a casket. He hit the deck running but his curiosity made him go back. He didn't believe in ghosts either. What had happened was there was a funeral scheduled in the morning and the = deceased and casket were already in place. Evidently some post death muscular response had caused the body to sit up. The sudden bright light also had an explanation. There was a YWCA across the street and someone = had turned on a light in a bathroom which provided light down into the church through a convenient window. He turned on lights after that to prevent any = more surprises. When I was in high school I was the choir librarian and would often go in a night to get music ready for the next rehearsal. I never turned on lights either until one night when I was leaving I scared the daylights out of the pastor when I suddenly appeared out of the dark. = I had standing orders after that to turn on hall lights when I was in the building. Jon
(back) Subject: Getting stalked by an organ-type From: <TubaMagna@aol.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 19:45:25 EST Although I fear that I am further advancing the off-topic discussion, = my experience may not, in fact, be unique. Several years ago, I got a telephone call from a man who knew (of) me through the AGO, and wanted to talk a bit about organ playing and = organbuilding. The conversation went well enough, although it seemed odd, in that it = would lead to neither an invitation to play a recital, nor to undertake = organbuilding work. He called again the following day, with more smalltalk. Then the calls kept coming, more and more frequently during each day = -- but soon with a terrifying twist: "How was your dinner at such-and-such?" = "Do you always sit in the same spot at organ recitals? I notice you seem to = have a formula for where you sit." "Why do you go to two different gyms instead = of one?" "I see you had a lot of dinner guests last night." "I see you go to = the barber at the same time every weekend." Changing my telephone number would only have disrupted life and = business, and would NOT have prevented him from following me. When he threatened my life for not paying enough attention to him, I finally called law = enforcement officials, and he was tracked down. When he was placed in a mental = institution, I was relieved, thinking that this four-month episode was over. Lo and behold, several months later, I recognized his distinctive, demented voice on the telephone when he called again. He had not been = released, but had manipulated his way into a job at this institution in which he had = access to a telephone, and had figured out how to get an outside line. After a = lot more wasted time and energy, he was finally put securely away... for the = time being. One never knows who is out there, and how determined they will be. So when you get upset that somebody has come up with a crazy stop name or a = wild organ case, remember -- they could have done MUCH crazier things. Sebastian M. Gluck New York City ..
(back) Subject: Re: church prowlers and intruders From: <OMusic@aol.com> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 19:49:55 EST A pianist at a church stayed a little late after choir. When she went to = get in her car someone surprised her, pushed her in the car and started = driving. She started praying for the man as loud as she could. This went on for = about 15 minutes. The man then told her he couldn't harm her and stopped the = car and left. She went home, shaken, but safe. She is a long time friend and = still the pianist of the church where I was raised. Lee
(back) Subject: Re: Creston and Cleveland AGO From: "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 20:03:17 -0500 On 3/30/04 5:37 PM, "Richard Hazelip" <email@example.com> wrote: > I owe money to the person who sent me the Creston recording made from LP.= I > have (blush, foot brushes the ground in shame) forgotten the name of my > benefactor. Please contact me offlist and let me square this with you. I don=B9t know how much is involved. But on the off chance that it=B9s in the mid-four-figures or better, you can send it to me to hold for a while. My USPS address is . . . . . Alan
(back) Subject: Correction to Creston post From: "Richard Hazelip" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:12:51 -0800 (PST) Hello list: Contrary to the apparent intent of my prose in the previous post, Creston = did not play the piece commissioned by the Cleveland chapter, AGO. Monica = Slomski's bio-bibliography provides the name of the soloist, but the book = is not available to me for now. Richard