4pm SATURDAY October 28 at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Garden Grove, OCAGO member Dr. Tom Mueller will present a hymn festival. For those of you who have not attended a concert that Tom has played, you have missed a great experience. Here is an opportunity for you to hear him play, and be an active participant. Tom’s programs are well researched, interesting and engaging, and always superbly and immaculately performed. More information and directions to the venue are here.
- Gott ist Mein Licht Jacobus Clemens non Papa (c.1510-c. 1555)
Tr. Elias Ammerbach (c. 1530-1597)
- Nun freut euch, Christen g’mein Caspar Othmayr (1515-1553)
- Ein’ feste Burg Lupus Heillinck (c. 1493-1541) arr. Mueller
- Nun bitten wir den heiligen geis, BuxWV 208 Dietrich Buxtehude (c. 1637-1707)
- Organ Sonata in D minor, Op. 65/6 (“Vater unser im Himmelreich”) Chorale: Andante sostenuto, Allegro molto Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
- Partita “Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme,” Op. 8/2 Hugo Distler (1908-1942)
- Wir glauben ali’ an einen Gott (2013) Jean-Baptiste Baptiste Dupont (b. 1979)
- Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation (choral anthem) Dale Wood
- Congregational hymn: Ein’ feste Burg Mueller
Dr. Tom Mueller DMA Associate Organist St. James in the City and Assistant Professor of Church Music CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY IRVINE
Pipes, Pedals and Pizza-invite your piano students and choir kids!
The American Guild of Organists, Orange County Chapter and St. John’s Lutheran Church in Orange present a Pipes, Pedals and Pizza Event Saturday, November 11th, 2017 from10:15 am to 1:15 pm at St. John’s Lutheran Church (185 S. Center Street, Orange). Dr. William Heide, Minister of Worship & Music, will demonstrate the new Ryan Ballantyne Pipe Organ and Charles Raasch, OCAGO Chapter Dean, will present his “Organ Crawl” video created by a camera on his head as he climbed through the instrument. Another treat for this morning is the performance of Dan Burton’s “REX, KING OF INSTRUMENTS” performed by Gary Toops. Students should bring a “hands-on” piano or organ piece of their choice that they can play on the 5 Manual Ballantyne Pipe Organ if they desire.
The program is free–Pizza reservation-FREE for students – $5.00 adults,
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Make pizza reservations by November 10th 2017.
ORGAN CONCERT WITH JOHN ROMERI, DAVID BALL
Christ Cathedral is blessed with two of the world’s greatest organs: The Hazel Wright Organ in the Cathedral and the Fred Swann Organ in the Arboretum. As we anticipate the reinstallation of “Hazel,” we revel in the beauty of the 82-rank Aeolian-Skinner Organ, affectionately known as “Fred” in honor of Crystal Cathedral organist, Fred Swann, who was responsible for its installation. Principal Organist for this concert is David L. Ball, assistant director of music ministries. Also performing are director of music ministries, Dr. John Romeri and guest organist Fr. Christopher Smith, episcopal vicar and rector of Christ Cathedral. This is an evening you won’t want to miss!
Christ Cathedral Arboretum Free for AGO Chapter members.
13280 Chapman Avenue, Garden Grove.
WORKSHOP/CONCERT ON LISZT TRANSCRIPTIONS
Dr. Randall Harlow Organist & Transcriber
Co-Sponsored with Long Beach AGO Chapter.
Host Dr. Marc Dickey
First Congregational Church
241 Cedar Ave, Street
Long Beach, CA 9080
Five Manual Moller Pipe Organ
Clay Christiansen (tabernacle organist) & Richard Elliott (principal tabernacle organist) Recitalists. Two stellar organists from the Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City, UT play the new Five Manual, 80 Pipe Ranks & 70 Digital Voices Organ by R.M.Ballantyne Organ Builders Op. 25
Featuring organists who have played at Geneva Presbyterian over the years.
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they play the Four Manual Wicks/Walker-Technical 53 Pipe Ranks 70 Digital Voices 1978: Wicks Pipe Organ. 2007 Walker-Technical Digital Stops. Philip Riddick Tonal Designer for Enlargement of Organ 2007.
We are blessed with some stellar students in our study grant program. Come and hear them play. Also come to support your board for the next season as they are installed.
- ECS Choral Reading Session (Michael Busch and the Concordia Choir)
- Improving Choral Tone through Movement (Marin Jacobson)
- Transformational Leadership: Creating Disciples within your Music Ministry (Adan Fernandez)
- Integrating Worship Elements: Keeping Our Heritage Alive in a Contemporary World (Hanan Yaqub and Frances Johnston)
- Handbell Techniques: What Do Those Notations Mean and How Do You Ring Them? (Nancy Jessup and Alex Guebert)
- Panel Discussion: Building and Sustaining Volunteer and Family Music Ministries (William Heide, Carol McDaniel, Linda Brown, Chris Rogers; Tom Mueller, moderator)