choral and organ

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  • The college offers a number of choral and organ scholarships every year.
  • The city is also home to Regent Records, a choral and organ music recording company.
  • He gained fame for his prolific output of choral and organ works.
  • Outside of television and film, Robertson is best known for his choral and organ compositions.
  • He has also written a considerable amount of choral and organ music, sometimes with instrumental or symphonic accompaniment.
  • This recognised her long contribution to choral and organ music and marks the first woman to be so honoured.
  • Today, Saint Mary's is known for its solemn liturgies and choral and organ music.
  • Willan is best known for his sacred choral and organ works, which show evidence of his love for plainsong and Renaissance music.
  • He has primarily composed songs as well as choral and organ music, notably in collaboration with author Niels Johansen.
  • The basilica offers musical programming of choral and organ performances.
  • Dirksen composed extensively, mostly choral and organ works, and his music continues to be regularly featured on broadcasts from the Cathedral.
  • The long-running Sacred Classics show, a weekly program of traditional choral and organ music recorded by renowned performing artists, originates at the station.
  • During the 20th century both choral and organ musical components developed to a high standard and were integral to the liturgy at St James'.
  • With over 100 choral and organ works in print, his compositions have appeared in numerous recordings in both the United States and England.
  • Many of his choral and organ works were featured on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's weekly broadcasts.
  • This list of compositions by Paul Manz includes all the published choral and organ works by American composer Paul Manz.
  • Choral and organ music appear most often in Sumsion's output during his Gloucester tenure and retirement, with many choral pieces dating from his last decade of life.
  • After production moved to WBVM in 1986, the current format combining choral and organ music was adopted and the program was retitled Sacred Classics.
  • Briggs is a composer of choral and organ music, and has also transcribed many orchestral works into versions for solo organ, and has also transcribed many of Cochereau's recorded improvisations.
  • The Wieners contributed an additional $1 million to Central Synagogue in 2005 to endow a classical music series that featured choral and organ works.
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