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  1. Concerto for Organ and Strings – Cello – Richard Proulx

    $4.75

    Richard Proulx (1937–2010)
    Studied at Columbus Boy Choir School, MacPhail College, the University of Minnesota, St. John’s Abbey (Collegeville, Minnesota), and the Royal School of Church Music (England). Was director of music and organist at Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago.

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  2. Concerto for Organ and Strings – Organ Part – Richard Proulx

    $47.50

    Richard Proulx (b. 1937)
    Studied at Columbus Boy Choir School, MacPhail College, the University of Minnesota, St. John’s Abbey (Collegeville, Minnesota), and the Royal School of Church Music (England). Was director of music and organist at Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago.

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  3. Concerto for Organ and Strings – Violin 1 – Richard Proulx

    $4.75

    Richard Proulx (1937–2010)
    Studied at Columbus Boy Choir School, MacPhail College, the University of Minnesota, St. John’s Abbey (Collegeville, Minnesota), and the Royal School of Church Music (England). Was director of music and organist at Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago.

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  4. Concerto for Organ and Strings – Contrabass – Richard Proulx

    $4.75

    Richard Proulx (1937–2010)
    Studied at Columbus Boy Choir School, MacPhail College, the University of Minnesota, St. John’s Abbey (Collegeville, Minnesota), and the Royal School of Church Music (England). Was director of music and organist at Holy Name Cathedral, Chicago.

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  5. Dialogues for Organ and Strings – Margaret Vardell Sandresky

    $120.00

    Margaret Vardell Sandresky (b. 1921)
    A graduate of Salem College, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and the Eastman School of Music, with additional study under a Fulbright grant at the Hochschule für Musik in Frankfurt, Germany. Sandresky taught at Oberlin Conservatory, University of Texas at Austin, and Salem College. Professor emeritus of Salem College. Sandresky is the recipient of the 2004 distinguished composer of the year award of the American Guild of Organists. Very approachable tonal music, much of it based on hymn tunes. Easy to medium difficulty and "audience friendly." Learn More
  6. Lo, How a Rose – Christmas Variations for Pipe Organ and Band (Full score and parts) – Margaret Vardell Sandresky

    $70.00

    Margaret Vardell Sandresky (b. 1921)
    A graduate of Salem College, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and the Eastman School of Music, with additional study under a Fulbright grant at the Hochschule für Musik in Frankfurt, Germany. Sandresky taught at Oberlin Conservatory, University of Texas at Austin, and Salem College. Professor emeritus of Salem College. Sandresky is the recipient of the 2004 distinguished composer of the year award of the American Guild of Organists. Very approachable tonal music, much of it based on hymn tunes. Easy to medium difficulty and "audience friendly." Learn More
  7. Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above – Sinfonia for Organ and Brass Quintet (Full score and parts) – Margaret Vardell Sandresky

    $70.00

    Margaret Vardell Sandresky (b. 1921)
    A graduate of Salem College, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and the Eastman School of Music, with additional study under a Fulbright grant at the Hochschule für Musik in Frankfurt, Germany. Sandresky taught at Oberlin Conservatory, University of Texas at Austin, and Salem College. Professor emeritus of Salem College. Sandresky is the recipient of the 2004 distinguished composer of the year award of the American Guild of Organists. Very approachable tonal music, much of it based on hymn tunes. Easy to medium difficulty and "audience friendly." Learn More
  8. The Organ Music of Margaret Vardell Sandresky, Volume III, Organ and Instruments

    $29.00

    Margaret Vardell Sandresky (b. 1921)
    A graduate of Salem College, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and the Eastman School of Music, with additional study under a Fulbright grant at the Hochschule für Musik in Frankfurt, Germany. Sandresky taught at Oberlin Conservatory, University of Texas at Austin, and Salem College. Professor emeritus of Salem College. Sandresky is the recipient of the 2004 distinguished composer of the year award of the American Guild of Organists. Very approachable tonal music, much of it based on hymn tunes. Easy to medium difficulty and "audience friendly." Learn More

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