The Joy Of Music with Diane Bish

The Joy Of Music with Diane Bish

The Joy of Music is an international television series featuring great sacred and classical masterpieces performed by world-renown artists and ensembles in great cathedrals and concert halls around the world. Hosted by Diane Bish, known as "The First Lady of the Organ", viewers enjoy great music, spectacular scenery, historic sites and local traditions. Over 500 programs have been made that combine incredible sights, sounds and musical journeys.

The Joy Of Music with Diane Bish
  • A Musical Journey Of Normandy - 1

  • Music On The Rhine River

  • A Musical Journey Of Switzerland - 6

  • A Musical Visit To Charlottesville, Virginia

  • Cathedral Classics - Part 2

    Diane Bish visits famous cathedrals and performs favorite works for organ. Music includes Bach "Sinfonia from Cantata 129" at Coral Ridge Church; Lemmens "Fanfare" at Bern Cathedral in Switzerland; Haydn "Musical Clocks" in St. Augustina Church in Vienna; Vivaldi/Bach "Allegro from Concerto in a ...

  • Music For Trumpet And Organ

  • The Music Of The von Trapp Children

    Diane Bish is joined by the famous von Trapp Children, great-grandchildren of Captain von Trapp of the Sound of Music. Taped at the East 91 St. Christian Church of Indianapolis, Indiana, the children sing and give testimony in a special interview with Diane Bish. Music includes: Rodgers & Hammers...

  • Tulip Time In Holland, Michigan

  • Music For Pedals

    Diane Bish performs organ selections featuring the pedals on organs around the world. Selections include: Yon "Concerto Gregoriano," V. Fox's "Star-Spangled Banner," Bach "Prelude and Fugue in D," and Weaver "Toccata."

  • St. Jans Church | Gouda, Holland

  • Texts And Music Of Easter

  • Hymns And Spirituals For The Easter Season

    Famous soprano Angela Brown joins Diane Bish in performing well known Easter hymns and spirituals including: “Were You There”, “The Old Rugged Cross”, “All Glory Laud and Honor”, “Christ the Lord is Risen Today” played on the Ruffatti Organ of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl...

  • Musical Journey Of Southern Germany 3

  • A Musical Journey Of France 1

    Diane Bish plays music in the great cathedral of Chartres and the ancient Abbey of Beaugency and visits the Chateaux of the Loire Valley. Music includes L. Vierne "Finale from Symphony no. 1," Faure "O Divine Redeemer" with the Francis Poulenc Chorale, Queuf "Noel Parisien," Callearts "Impromptu,...

  • Music From Ollon, Switzerland

    Diane Bish describes the history of the protestant church of Ollon. Harpist Susann McDonald performs Zabel/McDonald "The Fountain." Diane plays Haydn "Pieces for Flute," Vivaldi/Bach "Allegro" from "Concerto in a minor," Purcell "Trumpet Tune." Together they present Rameau "Le Joyeux," Bach "Prel...

  • Music From St. Michaels Church | Munich, Germany

    Diane Bish performs at St. Michael's Church in Munich. The bustling marketplace and the famous Glockenspiel, whose moving figurines tell a story of chivalry high in the city hall tower, are featured. Music includes Bach "Toccata and Fugue in d minor," Schumann "Sketch," Mozart "March," Farnum "To...

  • Musical Journey Of Switzerland Featuring Lucerne

    Lucerne Join Diane as she travels through Lucerne, Switzerland and
    plays historic organs of the Hofkirche in Lucerne and the Pharrkirche in Horw. While in Horw, an Alphorn
    performance is heard. Music includes: G. Fauré “Sicilienne” ; Norman Coke-Jephcott’s “Bishop’s Promenade”;
    W. A. Mozart’s “Al...

  • A Musical Journey On The Baltic Sea 3

    In this third program in the series from the Baltic Sea, music is featured from the Marienkirche in Rostock, Germany; Finlandia Hall, Helsinki, Finland and Uppsala Cathedral in Sweden. Music include Dine Bish “Variation on ‘A Mighty Fortress’; Fred Bock “Jubilation Suite”; Schubert/Bish “Unfinish...

  • Diane Bish And Friends: Sacred Favorites 2

    Music from around the world featuring Diane Bish & guest artists. Locales include the BenedickbeuernMonastery in Bavaria where she is joined by heldon tenor James King; theMonaco Cathedral; Trumpeter Stacy Blair joins Diane Bish in the St.Martin’s Church of Colmar,France; Diane is joined by the K...

  • Masterpieces Of Art And Music

    Diane Bish portrays music & art from Cathedrals, Monasteries and Museums across the United States and Europe. Included are: Salzburg Cathedral, Austria; Ochsenhausen Monastery, Germany; Church of Our Lady, Brugge, Belgium; Ettal Monastery, Germany; Weingarten Abbey, Germany and the Ringling Muse...

  • Shadyside Presbyterian Church

    Diane visits Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pa where she is joined by Anne Martindale Williams, principal cellist of the Pittsburgh Symphony. Music includes: Come Saviour of the Heathen, Bach; Ares Un Reve, G. Faure; Fiat Lux, Dubois; Chant du Minstrel, Alexander Glazunov; Grand C...

  • The Einsiedeln Monastery

    In her Musical Visit to Switzerland, Diane visits the historic Einsiedeln Monastery with its 3 organs, extensive library, and Chapel of Grace which houses the Black Madonna. Diane is joined by the monastery Guestmaster who gives the history of Einsiedeln and its sister Monastery, St. Meinrad, lo...

  • Musical Visit To Vienna 2

    Diane performs in the Augustina Church, Vienna where she is joined by Trumpeter Chuck Seipp, a member of the U. S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own”. Music includes: D. Bedard “Sine Nomine” (For all the Saints), J. Stanley “Trumpet Tune”, Beethoven “Piece for Flutes” and T. Salmone “Grand Choeur”.

  • Music From The Marble Collegiate Church | New York City

    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 ...