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 King’s Brass in the DeVos Chapel inFt. Lauderdale, Florida and also visits the Cathedral of St.Michiel’s in Brussels,Belgium.
Excerpts from a live concert on the Allen Elite Opus 7 Organ at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Roanoke,Virginia. The impressive stained glass windows in the church as well as views of the cityRoanoke are seen. Music includes: Bish “Dance of the Trumpets”; Faure “Apres un Reve”; Bish “All Creatures of Our God and King”;Vierne “Impromptu” and D. Bedard “Toccata”.
Sacred FavoritesMusic from the U.S. and around the world featuring Diane Bish on organ with some of her favorite guest artists and locales. Guests include: Chuck Seipp, Trumpet; Sung Sook Lee, Soprano; Anne Williams, Cello and the Yonsei Brass, Korea.
From Gospel songs to Spirituals to the classical brilliance of the Toccata, Diane Bish plays the Ruffatti organ at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Music includes: Amazing Grace, Shall We Gather at the River, Danny Boy (Londonderry Aire) and Denís Bedard Toccata in E.
Join Diane Bish on a Musical Journey of Europe as she travels through the seasons with sights and sounds of famous Churches & cathedrals. Diane visits St. Jilji Church in Prague where the wedding of Mozart was filmed for the movie Amadeus along with Minaret Abbey in Cesky Krumlov, the St. Florian Monastery & Mondsee Cathedral and the Seefeld Cathedral in Austria.
Diane travels to the Christmas Markets of Europe with visit to the St. Jilji Church in Prague, the Minaret Abbey in Cesky Krumlov, and in Austria the St. Florian Monastery, Silent Night Chapel, Mondsee Cathedral and St. Oswalds Church of Seefeld. Traditional Christmas music includes Joy to the World; It Came Upon a Midnight Clear; Silent Night Angels We Have Heard on High and Two Czech Carols.
1703 Johns Creek United Methodist Church In a story of “beauty from ashes” Diane plays the magnificent Aeolian-Skinner organ of Johns Creek United Methodist Church in Johns Creek, Georgia. The organ, which once stood in the Trinity Church, Wall Street, NYC had been removed from the sanctuary after the attacks on 9/11. Thought irreparable, the organ was moved to Johns Creek, resurrected and is now dubbed “The Sound of Freedom”. Music includes: “The Star Spangled Banner”, D. Bish arr. Of...