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Recital--Organ Solo
Church of the Holy Family (New York, NY, United States)
Stephen Roberts (Western Connecticut State University)

Thirty minute program

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Festival
St. Paul's Church (Brookline, MA, United States)
Peter Planyavsky, Stephen Roberts, Massimo Nosetti, Christa Rakich, Leonardo Ciampa
- 2004-03-12

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Recital--Organ Plus
Royal Festival Hall (London, United Kingdom)
BBC Concert Orchestra, Stephen Roberts (Baritone), John Scott (Organ) and BBC Radio 2's Choirboy of the Year 2000. City of London Choir. Conductor: Owain Arwel Hughes

Barber: Adagio for Strings, Faure: Requiem, Saint-Saens: Symphony No 3 (Organ)

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Recital--Organ Solo
RC Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Mobile, AL, United States)
Stephen Roberts

The program will include some of the works played the night before; there will be pieces by Walther, Bach, Vierne, Heiller, Hollins, Widor, Reger, and the anonymous 17th. century “Cecilia” variations from the Yale Osborne MS. The 1950 Wicks organ was rebuilt by Madison Lindsey and Troy Scott, who together own Pipe Organ Specialties, Inc. and install organs on contract for Wicks. There has been a lot of advance publicity for this event in the local press, and a big crowd is expected.

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Recital--Organ Solo
First/Trinity Presbyterian Church (Laurel, MS, United States)
Stephen Roberts

The organ is a four manual Aeolian-Skinner of about 75 ranks, A-S Opus 1498 of 1968. This organ was the last A-S organ installed by the Williams family of New Orleans and tonally finished by Roy Perry, and it also contains what is reported to be the very last high pressure reed voiced by the great Oscar Pearson. The recital will contain works of Walther, Bach, Vierne, Dupre’, McAmis (McAmis played at this church in 1939), Dubois, Widor, and an anonymous 17th. century work. The church is located right in the middle of town at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Fifth Street. It’s down the street from the Lauren Rogers Art Museum, so if you follow the signs for the museum, you’ll find the church very...

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