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Program for April 4th Friday Pipes

Horst Buchholz is performing today’s program. It’s entitled “The Organ Light”, Reflections on April 1. The program is:

  • Festive March in D – Henry Smart (1813-1879)
  • Versetti per il Gloria sopra la musica di Mozart – Carlo Moreno (1867-1927)
  • Suite “The Tragedy of a Tin Soldier” – Gordon Balch Nevin (1892 – 1943)
    The Return from the War
    His Jealousy
    His Farewell Serenade
    The Tin Soldier’s Funeral March
  • Processional March – Oscar Verne
  • It looks like a fun program. Hope to see you there at 12:30.

    Dr. Horst Buchholz is Director of Sacred Music and Organist at the Cathedral Basilica and for the Archdiocese of St. Louis and also serves as Artistic Director of St. Louis Cathedral Concerts. He received his first musical training in a boys choir in his native Germany and graduated with degrees and diplomas in organ and church music from the University of Arts in Berlin. After studies in conducting in Bloomington, Indiana, he was awarded the Doctor of Music degree from Indiana University. Buchholz has been active as conductor, organist, and educator in the USA, Mexico, Canada, Korea, Japan, and throughout Europe. He was Director of Music and Cathedral Organist in Denver. Buchholc was also conducting professor at the University of Denver and Music Director of the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, which named him Conductor Laureate. Prior to his move to St. Louis he served as Canon for Music and Worship at Cleveland’s Trinity Cathedral. He is Vice-President for the Church Music Association of America.

    2 Responses to Program for April 4th Friday Pipes

    1. How long does a Friday organ recitals last, and is there convenient parking?

    2. Hi John,
      The recitals are 30 minutes, and there is a free church parking lot directly behind the building, or across the street if the parking lot is full.