Spreckels Organ Society

Concert program for Sunday August 3 at 2 pm

Dr. Carol Williams will present the following program:

Lo Ballo dell’ Intorcia – Antonio Valente (ca 1520-81)

Concerto No. 2 – Matthew Camidge (1764-1844)

Te Deum – Jean Langlais (1907-91)

The Dam Busters March – Eric Coates (1886-1957) (Arr. Carol Williams)

Three Verses from the Te Deum – Anonymous (Published Paris 1531)

Te Deum – Charles Tournemire (1870-1939)

Carillon de Westminster – Louis Vierne (1870-1937)

Toccata – Iver Kleive (Contemporary)

The National Anthem — Arranged by Carol Williams

Photos – Plimpton and Labastida on July 21

click here to see photos

http://sosorgan.org/photogallery/2014/140721plimpton/

Concert for Sunday July 27 at 2 p.m.

Dr. Carol Williams, San Diego Civic Organist
Sven-Ingvart Mikkelsen, Guest Organist
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America — Arr. Carol Williams
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Chaconne – Louis Couperin (circa 1626-1661)

Magnificat, BWV 733 – J. S. Bach (1685-1750)

Festival Toccata – Percy Fletcher (1879-1932)

Hommage à Bizet – Jesper Madsen (1957-1999)
Sven-Ingvart Mikkelsen, Guest Organist

Vienna March – Scotson Clarke (1840-83)

Suite For Organ, Op. 5 – Carol Williams (Contemporary)
Festiva!
   Mirage
   Friesian March

Blue Moon – Rodgers & Hart

Trumpeting Organ Morgan – Karl Jenkins (Contemporary)

National Anthem – Arr. Carol Williams

Photos from July 14 concert

Featuring Wyatt Smith and soprano Priti Gandhi, in an evening concert sponsored by Edele de Kirby in memory of her husband, Ivor de Kirby.

http://sosorgan.org/photogallery/2014/140714smith&gandhi/index.htm#22

Fountain Restored in House of Hospitality

Woman of Tehuantepec is a Donal Hord sculpture, part of a 1935 fountain installation in the House of Hospitality in San Diego. Refurbished in 2014 by Balboa Park Central, now becoming the Balboa Park Conservancy. Still lovely after all these years...

Woman of Tehuantepec is a sculpture by Donal Hord, part of a 1935 fountain installation in the House of Hospitality in San Diego. Just last month the fountain and sculpture were refurbished by Balboa Park Central. “Still lovely after all these years…”