David Yearsley, "Man Versus Machine: Three Pieces for Mechanical Organ"
"Great Artist, Great Teacher: Annette Richards plays music by Sweelinck and his students, including Schildt, Scheidemann, and Bruhns"
Anna Steppler, "A Lenten Fantasy"
Midday Music for Organ
February 10: David Yearsley (Cornell Baroque Organ), "Handel's Feet." Including arrangements of Handel’s Chandos Anthem no. 9 and music from Theodora and Messiah.
February 24: Michael Plagerman (French Romantic Organ, St. Luke Lutheran Church), “Walcker, Willis, and Cavaillé-Coll: ‘…for the performance of a melody.’” Music by Arthur Foote, Brahms, Franck, and Parry.
March 10: David Yearsley (Cornell Baroque Organ), “Man Versus Machine: Three Pieces for Musical Clock.” Music by Haydn, Beethoven, and Mozart.
March 24: Anna Steppler (Cornell Baroque Organ), “Chromatic Fantasy.” A program for Lent, with music by Sweelinck, Scheidt and Praetorius.
April 7: Annette Richards (Italian Baroque Organ), “The Woods so Wild.” Music from early 17th-century Northern Europe, from Byrd, to Frescobaldi, and Sweelinck.
April 28: Annette Richards (Cornell Baroque Organ), “Great Artist, Great Teacher.” Music by Sweelinck (the monumental Ricercar) and his students, including Schildt and Scheidemann.