PipeChat Digest #5185 - Sunday, February 27, 2005 Re: NO ARIAS FOR ORGAN??? Re: Desiree's love of organs by "Randolph Runyon" <email@example.com> Re: WWBD by "N. Russotto" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: My faults...? Re: Wicks in Columbus by "Octaaf" <email@example.com> Re: Tracker in Columbus by "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Holy Name Flentrop in Chicago by "Malcolm Wechsler" <email@example.com> Re: NO ARIAS FOR ORGAN??? Re: Desiree's love of organs by "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Tracker in Columbus by "David Scribner" <email@example.com> review pipechat by name by "William J Morton" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Different strokes for different folks Was: Wicks In Columbus by <Wuxuzusu@aol.com> re: trackers in liturgical spaces by "Jim McFarland" <email@example.com> Fisk Dedication/running people down by "Beau Surratt" <Beau.Surratt@theatreorgans.com> Re: WWBD by <Gfc234@aol.com> Re: Wicks, NOT Skinner, in Columbus by <TubaMagna@aol.com> RE: WWBD by "Ray Ahrens" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Tracker in Columbus by "Ray Ahrens" <email@example.com> Comparing designs by <TubaMagna@aol.com> Passing Along Greetings by "Administrator" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Passing Along Greetings by <ChrisMay1980@aol.com> "Liturgical" "Trackers" by <TubaMagna@aol.com> My recital from hell by "Glenda" <email@example.com> W H Y N O T ????? by <TubaMagna@aol.com> Re: My recital from hell by "Randolph Runyon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: My faults...? Re: Wicks in Columbus by <TubaMagna@aol.com> RE: "Liturgical" "Trackers" by "TheShieling" <TheShieling@xtra.co.nz> Re: WWBD by "Alicia Zeilenga" <email@example.com> Re: My recital from hell by <AEolianSkinner@aol.com> shameless plug (x post) by <Innkawgneeto@cs.com>
(back) Subject: Re: NO ARIAS FOR ORGAN??? Re: Desiree's love of organs From: "Randolph Runyon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 14:28:54 -0500 On Feb 27, 2005, at 1:40 PM, ScottFop@aol.com wrote: > In a message dated 2/27/05 7:11:25 AM Central Standard Time,=20 > email@example.com writes: > > > Desiree' wrote:"Don't call an organ piece an Aria...Arias are not=20 > written for organs...and using that term might have people question my=20= > credibility." > > Really?=A0 No Arias for organ?=A0 Me thinks Pachelbel just might = disagree=20 > with > that statement.=A0 He wrote ARIAs for organ, and I doubt anyone would=20= > question > his credibility. > > Of to play the ARIA in D ..... > > > > What about the Flor Peeters ARIA? I recorded it on one of my CDs...I=20= > assure you it exists, and IS called "Aria" as originally titled by the=20= > composer. > > Scott F. Foppiano > Organist and Director of Parish Music > Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Memphis, TN > In te Domine speravi, non confundar in aeternum. > And then, ahem..., there's the Runyon Aria, that Jonathan Orwig=20 publishes and that you can listen to on his site at http://www.evensongmusic.net/runyonorgan.html And that David Lines will soon be featuring on=20 www.live365.com/stations/304802 Randy Runyon
(back) Subject: Re: WWBD From: "N. Russotto" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 14:43:24 -0500 As much as I love the Woolsey Hall organ, and as wonderful as its sound is, I think that Bach would choose the Bush-Reisinger, because it is a bit more Germanic in character, with a bit more "werkenzip" to it. Nick On Sun, 27 Feb 2005 13:51:08 EST, ScottFop@aol.com <ScottFop@aol.com> = wrote: > What would Bach do? Alright, now- this should be fun: > > If JS Bach were here and could play BOTH organs side by side, would he > prefer the sounds and operation Woolsey Hall or the Bush-Reisinger = Museum? > > Think really hard before answering. AND, also, before you answer, WHY > aren't you writing this by hand on papyrus with a feather quill and an = ink > well and hand-addressing it in a self-licked stamped envelope to be sent = to > everyone on the list instead of on your COMPUTER? > > Scott F. Foppiano > Organist and Director of Parish Music > Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Memphis, TN > In te Domine speravi, non confundar in aeternum. > -- Nicholas F. Russotto Somers, Connecticut
(back) Subject: Re: My faults...? Re: Wicks in Columbus From: "Octaaf" <email@example.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 13:55:28 -0600 Dear Scott, Thank you for your more than reasonable explanation. Truly, I admire = you very much and meant no offense.=20 I play a II/33 unenclosed tracker of 1974 vintage every week. It is a = delightful instrument, and I wouldn't consider it to be of poor design. = Quite the contrary. The organ handles liturgy and congregational = singing brilliantly and it certainly isn't a neo-baroque squeak-box. = Granted having a swell box, crescendo pedal, and pistons galore are = nice, but in no way is the absence of such conveniences bad organ = design.=20 While I am comfortable playing organs with all the "bells and whistles" = I much prefer tracker action. But, that's just me. All the Best, Tim Grenz
(back) Subject: Re: Tracker in Columbus From: "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 15:00:16 +0000 On 2/27/05 6:18 PM, "RonSeverin@aol.com" <RonSeverin@aol.com> wrote: > The Holy Cross Flentrop is a bad example there in Chicago. I keep getting confused. Holy Name? Alan
(back) Subject: Holy Name Flentrop in Chicago From: "Malcolm Wechsler" <email@example.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 15:17:26 -0500 Dear Ron, Alan, and List, I never did get in to Holy Name Cathedral during Chicago OHS, for some reason, but my understanding has always been that the problem with the Flentrop was not a Flentrop problem at all, but rather the addition of = great areas of carpeting between the time the Organ was scaled and built and the = time of its installation. Does someone know another version of that story? Cheers, Malcolm Wechsler www.mander-organs.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "PipeChat" <email@example.com> Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 10:00 AM Subject: Re: Tracker in Columbus > On 2/27/05 6:18 PM, "RonSeverin@aol.com" <RonSeverin@aol.com> wrote: > >> The Holy Cross Flentrop is a bad example there in Chicago. > > I keep getting confused. Holy Name? > > Alan >
(back) Subject: Re: NO ARIAS FOR ORGAN??? Re: Desiree's love of organs From: "Alan Freed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 15:24:34 +0000 On 2/27/05 7:28 PM, "Randolph Runyon" <email@example.com> wrote: > And then, ahem..., there's the Runyon Aria, that Jonathan Orwig = publishes and > that you can listen to on his site Ah, how quickly we ("I") forget! Alan
(back) Subject: Re: Tracker in Columbus From: "David Scribner" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 17:31:27 -0600 At 3:00 PM +0000 2/27/05, Alan Freed wrote: >On 2/27/05 6:18 PM, "RonSeverin@aol.com" <RonSeverin@aol.com> wrote: > >> The Holy Cross Flentrop is a bad example there in Chicago. > >I keep getting confused. Holy Name? > >Alan Alan You aren't getting confused - Holy Name is the correct name for the Cathedral in Chicago. It is Ron who keeps getting the name all messed up! Holy Cross Cathedral is in Boston. David
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(back) Subject: Different strokes for different folks Was: Wicks In Columbus From: <Wuxuzusu@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 19:40:34 EST Ooops, sorry folks, I have absolutely NO IDEA what happened here. All I wanted to say in this post was, "Let's change headings when changing = topics, OK?" Musically, Stan Krider In a message dated 2/27/2005 2:29:53 PM Eastern Standard Time, I = unwittingly wrote: IApPSywgT0shISEKIApBdCBsZWFzdCBjaGFuZ2UgdGhlIHN1YmplY3QgbGluZSBvbiB0aGlz IG5ldyB0aHJlYWQhISEKU3RhbiBLcmlkZXIKIApJbiBhIG1lc3NhZ2UgZGF0ZWQgMi8yNy8y MDA1IDE6MzU6MTQgQU0gRWFzdGVybiBTdGFuZGFyZCBUaW1lLCAgCmFjZnJlZWQwOTA0QGVh cnRobGluay5uZXR3cml0ZXM6CgoKCk9uIDIvMjYvMDUgNjo0OCBQTSwgIkRlc2lyZWUnIiA8 bmljZW11c2ljYUB5YWhvby5jb20+ICB3cm90ZToKCj4gSSBoYXZlIHRvIHNheSB0aGF0IFBh dWwgRnJpdHRzIG9yZ2FucyBhcmUgaW4gbm8gd2F5ICJzcXVlYWsgIGJveGVzIi4KCkkgc2hh cmUgeW91ciBvcGluaW9uLCB0aG91Z2ggaXQncyBub3QgYmFzZWQgb24gYSBMT1Qgb2YgIGV4 cGVyaWVuY2Ugd2l0aCB0aGVtClBhdWwgSElNU0VMRiB3YXMgYSDCs3NxdWVhayBib3jCsiB3 aGVuIEkgZmlyc3QgbWV0ICBoaW3igLlidXQsIHRoZW4sIGhlIHdhcwpwcm9iYWJseSBvbmx5 IDE4IG1vbnRocyBvbGQgYXQgdGhlIHRpbWUuICAgIChJIERJRCB3aGlzcGVyIGluIGhpcyBl YXIgaG93IHRvCmJ1aWxkIGEgZmluZSBwaXBlIG9yZ2FuLCBvZiBjb3Vyc2U7IGhlICBhcHBh cmVudGx5IHJlbWVtYmVyZWQgdGhhdCBhZHZpY2UuKQoKCgoKCg=3D=3D
(back) Subject: re: trackers in liturgical spaces From: "Jim McFarland" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 20:21:52 -0500 On Sun, 27 Feb 2005 3:38:09 -0500 Roy Kersey <email@example.com> writes: > Scott, I think you paint with a bit too broad a brush when you > say that trackers don't work in liturgical spaces. Just a thought, and maybe someone has already posted this, but It is a awful shame that no organist, prior to the turn of the nineteenth century*, had an organ which functioned** in a liturgical space. All of those centuries of ineffective worship! Jim * For all of you nit-pickers out there, I know there were a number of electric action organs prior to the turn of the century, but they were the exception for the most part. (Aside) Does this mean that the thousands of tubular-pneumatic instruments did or didn't work? ** I know that Scott originally said that he didn't LIKE tracker organs in liturgical spaces, but the thread seems to have drifted to functionality.
(back) Subject: Fisk Dedication/running people down From: "Beau Surratt" <Beau.Surratt@theatreorgans.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 19:39:47 -0600 Hello All! Just a couple of comments about these related posts: Let us not forget that Lutherans occupy "Liturgical Spaces" as well. I dare say that for a large amount of Lutheran church music (excepting of course those churches with a very broad repertoire that includes much Anglican stuff too) a 4 manual Skinner would not just be underused but largely inappropriate. I could be wrong, but I don't know too many Skinners in Lutheran Churches. As far as running people down goes, I think it should be obvious why there aren't enough young organists when ones such as Desiree get run down by other older (not by too much) organists in public forums such as this. If it weren't for the nuggets of good informaiton that I manage to glean from this list, I wouldn't be one it because I get enough of people running other people down in the church. On the bright side, I just enjoyed a glorious concert of music on the new Fisk at St. Chrysostom's Episcopal Church in Chicago. It is opus 123 and is 34 ranks. You can check it out at www.cbfisk.com. The program was played by Daniel Roth of St. Sulpice in Paris. I can post the program tomorrow if anyone is interested. Blessings, Beau
(back) Subject: Re: WWBD From: <Gfc234@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:03:35 EST In a message dated 2/27/05 12:51:43 PM, ScottFop@aol.com writes: > What would Bach do? Alright, now- this should be fun: >=20 > If JS Bach were here and could play BOTH organs side by side, would he=20 > prefer the sounds and operation Woolsey Hall or the Bush-Reisinger Museum?= =A0 >=20 > Think really hard before answering.=A0 AND, also, before you answer, WHY=20 > aren't you writing this by hand on papyrus with a feather quill and an ink= well=20 > and hand-addressing it in a self-licked stamped envelope to be sent to eve= ryone=20 > on the list instead of on your COMPUTER?=A0 >=20 this is an ABSURD topic.=20 we know what bach did. no more day dreaming and what if games. gfc Gregory Ceurvorst 1921 Sherman Ave. #GS Evanston, IL 60201 847.332.2788 home/fax 708.243.2549 mobile firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
(back) Subject: Re: Wicks, NOT Skinner, in Columbus From: <TubaMagna@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:08:49 EST Until about a decade ago, my family maintained a home in Columbus. Although I practiced regularly on other nearby organs (Casavant, von = Beckerath, and Kimball), I had the opportunity to play at the cathedral often enough. When I played the Wicks at Saint Joseph's Cathedral, it sounded to me, = and it appeared within, that very, very little of the Skinner's pipework = or sound remained. Whether it is, or was, any less "squeaky" than the = instrument commissioned from Paul Fritts is mere speculation. My recollection is that the Wicks was very much a Wicks of its period, = and its disposition infuenced by the current trends in American = organbuilding. Sebastian M. Gluck New York City http://www.glucknewyork.com/
(back) Subject: RE: WWBD From: "Ray Ahrens" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 20:08:51 -0600 Could not copy the message to the digest, there was no plain text part
(back) Subject: Re: Tracker in Columbus From: "Ray Ahrens" <email@example.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 20:12:51 -0600 Could not copy the message to the digest, there was no plain text part
(back) Subject: Comparing designs From: <TubaMagna@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:14:19 EST Regarding St. Joseph's Cathedral: Look at both specifications. A lot more shrieking going on in one than the other, just as I remembered.
(back) Subject: Passing Along Greetings From: "Administrator" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 20:14:26 -0600 I got a note from Andres Gunther this evening and he asked that I pass along his GREETINGS to the people on the list. He is temporarily off this list due to sporadic means of being able to use a computer to check his email but he hopes to be able to participate again in the very near future. David -- **************************************** David Scribner Owner / Co-Administrator PipeChat http://www.pipechat.org mailto:email@example.com
(back) Subject: Re: Passing Along Greetings From: <ChrisMay1980@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:17:24 -0500 could you please take me off the pipechatline please..I am not interested = with it any more thank you -- Christopher D. Maynard, MMus. BMus 183 Parker Street APT 3 Lawrence, MA 01843 firstname.lastname@example.org
(back) Subject: "Liturgical" "Trackers" From: <TubaMagna@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:19:23 EST As a subset of mechanical action organs as a whole, I do not = understand the objection to tracker instruments, per se, vs. other types of = mechanical actions in general, or electropneumatic actions. Over the past seven centuries, there have been several tracker organs built for churches and synagogues. At least five such instruments. Maybe = more. There may be at least one mechanical action organ per country. They seem = to cope pretty well, even if they ARE unsuitable for worship services. While large, twentieth-century American electropneumatic instruments = were the organs for which Bach, Haydn, Handel, Mendelssohn, Mozart, and others wrote, those instruments were not available to those composers, so they = made do with the masterpieces of their day.
(back) Subject: My recital from hell From: "Glenda" <email@example.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 20:17:10 -0600 Well, where to start? So much has happened. Why did I agree to attempt another recital? God only knows. My employment situation had become more and more untenable. I was called down by my boss for not being a team player, but to this day have no idea what I did to deserve that. Meanwhile, the rest of the 'team' was never at work, and I was damned if I did their jobs and mine too, and damned if I didn't. It was a miserable situation. I had several job interviews in Tallahassee, and knew something was wrong with me. No one is supposed to enjoy a job interview - it is a necessary evil, like a root canal. But the job interviews were more pleasurable than being at work. I turned down one job because it resembled my present job circumstances too closely, and I wasn't politically correct enough for the senators to hire me - not 'good', 'old' or 'boy'. Meanwhile, I was summoned to a meeting with some state official from our Program, who said there were 'noises' and my name came up. Still I was given no clue what the nature or the sources of the 'noises' were. But by this time I was tired of the lack of due process - after repeated polite requests as to what I was doing wrong without a responsive answer, I assured him that I would not be a thorn in the Program's side for much longer. I still have not been told what allegations were made, and my boss has not spoken to me in a month. For years my high school friend had been offering me a place in his firm, and I had demurred. Well, he made me a partnership offer that was extremely generous, and I thought, What am I afraid of? I've been in private practice before. The state benefits and retirement aren't that great, and getting less so with each passing year. Isn't it time I decided what I wanted to be when I grew up and settled down? Didn't I want to be a 'real' attorney again? The more I prayed and thought about it, the more convinced I was that all roads seemed to be leading to this decision. We hammered out an agreement, and I gave notice this week. What a wonderful feeling of euphoria came over me! I couldn't sleep for mentally decorating my new office. In the succeeding days my mind started working like it used to, the synapses firing with quick precision. It was as though I had awakened from a coma. And my playing measurably improved. I knew instinctively that at this spot I was speeding up when I shouldn't, that this progression was sloppy, that I needed to be 'on spot' at this point and watch my fingering there. And I was living and playing in the moment - focused, in control, exactly where I wanted to be. I was even turning my own pages and hitting all my own registrations. So I was reading title standards and family law and civil procedure rules like mad, trying to reorient myself to the parts of the law I have ignored the past couple of years, and practicing the organ every night. I knew the music, and knew that I was my own worst enemy. Or so I thought. So I ate lots of bananas, did lots of deep breathing, drank orange juice, and kept my mind free of anxiety regarding the recital. I was ready, I was pumped. The program: A Trumpet Minuet - Alfred Hollins (1865 - 1942) Sonata III in A, op. 65, no. 3 - Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1847) Trio Sonata III in D-minor, BWV 527: I. Andante - Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Voluntary on 'Love unknown' - Robert Lind (b. 1940) 'Pisgah' - Dale Wood (1934 - 2004) Prelude on 'Londonderry Air' - C. Noel Rawsthorne (b. 1929) Prelude and Fugue in E-flat major ("St. Anne"), BWV 552 - J. S. Bach Serenade for Organ, op. 22 - Derek Bourgeois (b. 1941) I woke up to rain this morning and thought, oh well, no big crowd to play for. Wrong - the place was packed. I was warmly welcomed - my own family came to hear me play. The church was full of familiar and friendly faces - I was home. Then just as I started to play, a guy with a video camera came out of nowhere and up in my face. I tried to be polite - get your photo and out of my way, I thought. But he didn't leave - he was at my elbow during the entire first piece. By the end he had escaped to the altar area, and I good-naturedly informed him in front of the crowd that I was an attorney, and he was lucky I didn't wrestle him to the ground. I even asked that he stay out of my space for the rest of the recital. But then he was right back during the Mendelssohn. I whispered for him to get away, but he persisted. I began shaking uncontrollably - don't know how I got through the piece. I can't remember the pedal portion of the Mendelssohn near the end. When I stood up to take a bow, he was still standing next to me. I turned to him and told him in a low voice but no uncertain terms to remove himself from the recital - that I was not good enough to withstand his being in my face. He finally left, but I was visibly shaking for the rest of the recital - my page-turner even noticed it. I haven't been that angry in a very long time. I think I might have spent the night in jail for aggravated battery had he not left. I cannot even remember much of the recital, except the several episodes when I had to will my left fingers to move. I know it was only by the grace of God that I made it through. Thank God the St. Anne fugue went swimmingly - I barely noticed the screaming child. Afterward everyone was effusive with praise, most of them extremely happy that I chased the photographer away, because he stood between the audience and me the entire time he was there. No one knew where he came from. But once I made it through the reception and arrived back home, I was still angry. All that time and effort to do my very best for what was probably my last recital, all the trouble I took to avoid extreme anxiety, to prepare for all contingencies, and all jinxed by an obnoxious photographer. Even after dinner with Chinese food and a fortune cookie with "be prepared for a sudden, needed, and happy change in plans" and a new Chinese word - 'lu shi' - "lawyer", I was still shaking inside. If I see him again . . . . So much for going out with a bang. Just think of the headlines: "Organist arrested for murder on cameraman - 100 eye-witnesses." I would move for a change of venue to Texas, where it is rumored that it is an absolute defense to kill someone who sorely needs it. Glenda Sutton firstname.lastname@example.org
(back) Subject: W H Y N O T ????? From: <TubaMagna@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:29:51 EST Scott: Why do you not like trackers, and other mechanical action organs? It is because the player's technique is so exposed? Is it because you have not had the opportunity to play one of the many hundreds that actually have fine actions, as well as stoplists of which = you would approve? I think the list membership would be more inclined to consider respecting your opinions if there were some reason(s) given for them.
(back) Subject: Re: My recital from hell From: "Randolph Runyon" <email@example.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:42:13 -0500 Congratulations, dear Glenda, on your life-changing change of job. And on your recital. A terrific program. The Bourgeois Serenade is a perfect light-hearted ending to a the festivities, that began just as happily with the Hollins. It's so great that you had a good and welcoming crowd of listeners. I wonder if perhaps the mysterious video cameraman was sent as payback by your soon-to-be-former boss. Randy Runyon
(back) Subject: Re: My faults...? Re: Wicks in Columbus From: <TubaMagna@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:53:58 EST In a message dated 02/27/05 1:45:31 PM, ScottFop@aol.com writes: 2) not having at least one expressive division on ANY instrument of = moderate size up is inexcusable. It also ... locks the player into complete inflexibility of registration and musical expression. Non sequitur.
(back) Subject: RE: "Liturgical" "Trackers" From: "TheShieling" <TheShieling@xtra.co.nz> Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 16:06:17 +1300 >There may be at least one mechanical action organ per country. They seem = to cope pretty well, even if they ARE unsuitable for worship services. I totally disagree, having played heaps of services with organs with = tracker action. Why are they unsuitable? Because they don't have multi-level pistons, bags of excessive couplers, divisions scattered all over the = place, high pressures, and heaps of unifications and duplexes??? None of those things are essential, not even for an Anglo-Catholic service. Ross
(back) Subject: Re: WWBD From: "Alicia Zeilenga" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:05:17 -0600 It may be absurd, but I love the creative nature of the subject line ;-) Alicia -hiding out in the library -----Original Message----- From: Gfc234@aol.com To: email@example.com Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 21:03:35 EST Subject: Re: WWBD > > In a message dated 2/27/05 12:51:43 PM, ScottFop@aol.com writes: > > > > What would Bach do? Alright, now- this should be fun: > > > > If JS Bach were here and could play BOTH organs side by side, would > he > > prefer the sounds and operation Woolsey Hall or the Bush-Reisinger > Museum?=A0 > > > > Think really hard before answering.=A0 AND, also, before you answer, > WHY > > aren't you writing this by hand on papyrus with a feather quill and > an ink well > > and hand-addressing it in a self-licked stamped envelope to be sent > to everyone > > on the list instead of on your COMPUTER?=A0 > > > > this is an ABSURD topic. > we know what bach did. no more day dreaming and what if games. > gfc > > > Gregory Ceurvorst > 1921 Sherman Ave. #GS > Evanston, IL 60201 > 847.332.2788 home/fax > 708.243.2549 mobile > firstname.lastname@example.org > email@example.com >
(back) Subject: Re: My recital from hell From: <AEolianSkinner@aol.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 22:05:50 EST Hey Glenda, If you beat him in Texas, you would have gotten off easy. lol = Pisgah is one of my favorites. Best Regards, Gregory Hinson
(back) Subject: shameless plug (x post) From: <Innkawgneeto@cs.com> Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 22:02:20 EST Friends, if any of you are within driving distance, I would like to invite = you to my noon-day recital this coming Wednesday, March 2, at 12:10 p.m., = at the United Methodist Church of Red Bank, New Jersey. Admission is free, but a = free will offering is being received. The 35-minute program will include: Buxtehude's Praeludium in D (sorry I forget the #); Piet Rippen's "Partita on a Passion Chorale"; and = Mendelssohn's Sonata VI. The music seems to suit the Hradetsky tracker. If you would like directions to the Church, feel free to e-mail me = privately. All of this is weather-permitting. Cheers, Neil