Brian Harlow 禄 organ
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Brian Preston Harlow is Organist and Director of Music at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Morristown, New Jersey. His responsibilities include the direction of six choirs, as well as the coordination of the Music at St. Peter’s concert series. Mr. Harlow previously served as Associate Organist at St. James’ Church, Madison Avenue and Assistant Organist at Saint Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Mr. Harlow holds the degrees of Master of Musical Arts and Master of Music from Yale University School of Music, and the Bachelor of Music degree with High Distinction from Indiana University School of Music. His teachers include Martin Jean, Marilyn Keiser and Thomas Murray, organ; Gerre Hancock, William Porter and Jeffery Brillhart, improvisation; and Richard Rephann, harpsichord. From the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, he received the Robert Baker Scholarship and the Faculty Prize for exemplifying the ideals of the Institute. From Indiana University he received the Austin Caswell Award and a Distinguished Alumni Service Award Scholarship; he was also named a member of the Honors Division and an Arthur R. Metz Scholar. Mr. Harlow has given a number of recitals in the United States and England. He also performs regularly in organ duet recitals and with other instrumentalists. He is the recipient of two awards from the American Guild of Organists: the award for the highest grades on the Associate exam and the S. Lewis Elmer Award for the highest grade on an upper level exam. Mr. Harlow serves on three committees of the Metropolitan New Jersey chapter of the American Guild of Organists and is the Regional Chair for Region II of the Association of Anglican Musicians. Mr. Harlow has recorded for Koch International Classics and BKM Associates and is also active as a teacher and composer.
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This performance is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree.
johann sebastian bach
Toccata in C, BWV 564
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herbert ho wells ( 1 8 92 -1983)
Psalm-Preludes (Second Set) I. De profundis clamavi ad te, Domine (Ps. 130:1)
Toccata for Organ (2002)
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charles-marie widor ( 1 8 4 5 -193 7 )
Symphonie Romane, Op. 73 Moderato Choral CantilĂ¨ne Final
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