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I’ve had the pleasure now of performing and/or recording on at least four of the oldest organs of the world: Sion, Switzerland (1435); Rysum, Germany (1457); Oosthuizen, Netherlands (late 1400s);…

Linda Andrews, Organ Instructor at Western Illinois University, received her BA degree in Music Education from WIU where she studied organ with Dr. Anita Werling, and horn with Roger Collins.…

by Claire Bushong Juget-Sinclair, Op. 46 Sinai Lutheran Church Fremont, Nebraska Yesterday the altar flowers at Sinai were provided by a member of the congregation as a way of expressing…

By Louise Mundinger Last summer I began to listen to a woman who died 258 years ago and left no words of her own. She copied music to be used…

TAKING ORGAN CONCERTS OUT OF THE “POTTED-PALM” MODE Dr. Jeannine Jordan Several years ago, Eileen Guenther, past National President of the American Guild of Organists, challenged organists, AGO chapters and…

By Damin Spritzer One of the things that most fascinated me when I was an organ student at conservatory was my classes in organ literature. They introduced me to hundreds…