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The Aeolian-Skinner Sound, Lorenz Maycher, Organist
"The sound is immodestly magnificent . . . Maycher's playing is flawless . . . Bravo!" reviews The American Organist - [OAR-710]
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Reviews The American Organist: "The sound is immodestly magnificent . . . Maycher's playing is flawless . . . This is an incredible find for the A/S fan, for it presents another hidden "jewel" to the world. Bravo to Maycher, Raven, and, of course, G. Donald Harrison."

Reviews The American Record Guide: . . . polished technique and rhythmic elan capture one's attention forthwith . . . there is fire and intensity in this performance . . . the most attractive sounds of this instrument are exploited with color and taste. Recorded sound is first-rate."

Lorenz Maycher plays the 1955 Aeolian-Skinner op. 1240 at Trinity Episcopal Church, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where he is music director. The 3m organ remains mechanically intact as built, with two tonal changes.

VIERNE: Carillon de Westminster
DUPRÉ: Deux Esquisses, op. 41
LEMMENS: Solo de Flute
CHARLES JOSEPH FROST: A Fancy Sketch
HOLLINS: Grand Choeur No. 2
FRANCK: Choral No. 3 in a
REGER: Benedictus, op. 59/9
CALLAHAN: Aria
WIDOR: Toccata, Symphony No. 5
BACH: Toccata & Fugue in d minor, BWV 565

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