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  1. Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza – John Barr


    John Barr (b. 1938)
    A graduate of Manchester College and Union Theological Seminary School of Music. Organist at Bridgewater Church of the Brethren and former Professor of Organ at Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia. Learn More
  2. Organ Works, Volume 1, Sonatas – René Becker


    René Becker (1882–1956)
    Born in Alsace, moved to the US in 1904, first to St. Louis; later Altona, Illinois; then Detroit; and finally, Dearborn, Michigan. A composer in the French Romantic tradition. Learn More
  3. Gradus Ad Parnassum – Robert Chase


    Robert Chase (b. 1938)
    Taught at Pace University and Westchester (NY) Conservatory. Has written books on memorial music and requiems.

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  4. A Treasury of Faith: Lectionary Hymns, New Testament, Series C – Jayne Southwick Cool


    Jayne Southwick Cool (b. 1947)
    A retired church musician, school band and choir director, and French horn player. An active composer/arranger of hymns and both choral and instrumental music, she is published by Augsburg Fortress, Choristers Guild, Concordia, G.I.A., Hope, Live Oak House, Selah, and Wayne Leupold Editions. Jayne served for six years as chairperson for the Worship Committee of the Northeastern Ohio Synod of the Evangelical Church in America.

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  5. The Organ Music of Carson Cooman, Volume X, Solo Organ – Carson Cooman


    Carson Cooman (b. 1982)
    A graduate of Harvard University who has an intense desire for the organ to speak in a contemporary musical language. Learn More
  6. Through the Rushes – John Core


    John Core (1951–2017)
    A graduate of West Virginia University, Core was an active laymen in the First Christian Church in Morgantown, West Virginia. He worked 41 years as a Library Associate at West Virginia University, and was a Life Member of the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada. Learn More
  7. Praeludium – Pamela Decker


    Pamela Decker (b. 1955)
    A graduate of Stanford University who is developing an international reputation as a performer and composer. Learn More
  8. The Harmonious Blacksmith – Robin Dinda


    Robin Dinda (b. 1959)
    A significant and versatile composer of organ and choral music. Studied at Davidson College, The University of Cincinnati, and The University of Michigan, FAGO. Coordinator of Music at First Parish (Unitarian Universalist) and Associate Professor of Humanities at Fitchburg State College in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Learn More
  9. Let Voices Break the Silence – Roy Hopp


    Roy Hopp (b. 1951)
    Graduated from Calvin College with a bachelor’s degree and from Michigan State University with a master’s degree in choral conducting and obtained further studies in church music and composition with Richard Hillert at Concordia University. Currently, he is the director of music at Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Learn More
  10. Faith That Lets Us Sing – Mary Nelson Keithahn and John D. Horman


    Mary Nelson Keithahn, a retired United Church of Christ pastor-educator and free-lance writer, works out of her home in Rapid City, South Dakota. John D. Horman, a composer, clinician, and former public school music teacher, is organist and director of music at First Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) in Washington, D.C. Collaborators for almost thirty years, they have written over a hundred hymns together, some of which appear in more than a dozen recently published hymnals and supplements. Learn More

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