Music From The Marble Collegiate Church | New York City
The Joy Of Music with Diane Bish • 28m
Join Diane Bish in excerpts from a live concert from the Marble Collegiate Church where she plays the new Gluck Pipe Organ and is joined by the Marble Choir, Festival of Voices and the New York Brass. During the concert Diane is awarded the inaugural “Distinguished Career Award” by the New York City Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Music includes C.M. Widor "Prelude Solonelle" for Brass and Organ; Diane’s arrangement of "23rd Psalm" for Choir and Organ; D. Bèdard “Toccata” and Ken Dake “I Come with Joy”.
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