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Arthur Poister, Master Teacher and Poet of the Organ - David C. Pickering

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A definitive biography of over 500 pages covering the entire life, performing and teaching careers of Arthur Poister (1898–1980), one of the most significant organ teacher of the twentieth century.

Arthur Poister, Master Teacher and Poet of the Organ - David C. Pickering

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A definitive biography of over 500 pages covering the entire life, performing and teaching careers of Arthur Poister (1898–1980), one of the most significant organ teacher of the twentieth century. This book presents a chronological survey of his life, from early studies in Chicago to study with Dupré and Straube; the organ reform movement; and detailed accounts of his teaching and Redlands University, University of Minnesota, Oberlin College, and Syracuse University.

Included in the thirteen appendices are “Poisterisms”; The Syracuse Experience (Personal Reminiscence by Wayne Leupold); University Organ Students (1928–1975); Poister’s Organ Recital Repertory; Organ Repertoire Played by Poister Students in Recital (1939–1968); Redlands University Bach Recital Programs; Recital Venues; Masterclasses; a Discography; and A Short History of the Poister Competition by Will Headlee.

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