Category Archives: Music

Pops of Sillery: An Evening Benefitting the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston

Join me and the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston as we celebrate at our annual spring fundraising Gala! This year will feature a cocktail party atmosphere with pop-up performances by Alistair Donkin and featured Society performers throughout the evening. … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Classical 91.7

Lisa Trapani Shumate Executive Director & General Manager KUHA-FM Classical 91.7 Houston Public Radio lshumate@houstonpublicmedia.org Mrs. Shumate, I am terribly disappointed at the news of the staff firings today. To do so after having just conducted a membership campaign is … Continue reading

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Sentimental Journey

Howdy! I would like to invite you to my concert Sentimental Journey: Threeton & White Do Songs of the 30’s & 40’s, on Saturday, October 12. Take a walk down Memory Lane as Douglas Threeton and Joe Carl White sing … Continue reading

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James Kibbie – Complete Bach Organ Works download for free

What a deal! Sponsored by the University of Michigan School of Music. This website offers free downloads of the complete extant organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach, recorded by Dr. James Kibbie from 2007 to 2009 on original baroque organs … Continue reading

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Floppy drive organ plays tocatta-boingboing

YouTube user FunToTheHead has created a working organ that uses finely tuned wheezing floppy drives to play rather impressive renditions of music. It’s not easy to sequence for four-note floppy-drive organs, but FunToTheHead has done a rather good job with … Continue reading

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