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  1. The Liberty Bell March – John Philip Sousa (tr. Robin Dinda)

    $18.00

    John Philip Sousa (1854–1932)
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  2. Improvising in Traditional 17th- and 18th-Century Harmonic Style, Volume III (the Various Styles of the Mid- and Late-Eighteenth Century) – John Shannon

    $30.00

    John Shannon (b. 1932)
    A graduate of Davidson College and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Professor Emeritus from Sweetbriar College.

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  3. Organ Music, Volume 1, Sonatas – James H. Rogers

    $49.00

    James H. Rogers (1857–1940)
    American organist, student of August Haupt in Germany and Alexandre Guilmant and Charles-Marie Widor in Paris. Held church positions in Burlington, Iowa and Cleveland, Ohio. Learn More
  4. Ancient Airs and Dances for Lute (1917) Suite I (XVI Century) – Ottorino Respighi (tr. Dennis Janzer)

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    Ottorino Respighi (1879–1936)
    Italian composer, particularly known for orchestral tone poems and suites. Studied with Rimsky-Korsakov. Learn More
  5. Annotated Performer’s Editions, No. 7, An Introduction to the Organ Music of Max Reger – Max Reger

    $49.00

    Max Reger (1873–1916)
    Taught at the Leipzig Conservatory (1907–1916), a prolific composer for the organ. His organ works are considered to be a continuation of the contrapuntal tradition of J.S. Bach in the late Romantic harmonic style.

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  6. W.T. Best “Magic Music Man” – Iain Quinn

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    Iain Quinn (b. 1973)
    Assistant Professor of Organ and Coordinator of Sacred Music at Florida State University. Learn More
  7. We Lift Our Voices in Faith – Iteke Prins

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    Iteke Prins (b. 1937)
    Born in Holland in the late 1930s, her family immigrated to Canada, and then in 1949, relocated to the United States. She became a registered nurse. From 1969 to 2005, she was the organist and music director of the Blooming Grove Reformed Church, DeFreestville, New York.

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  8. Swell Pedal Technic – Gordon Balch Nevin

    $24.00

    Gordon Balch Nevin (1892–1943)
    American organist in Easton, Pennsylvania; Johnstown, Pennsylvania; and Cleveland, Ohio; taught at Hiram College and Westminster College Learn More

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