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2015年5月26日

2015.06.01【管風琴專題】David A. Heller

【管風琴專題】

主講人:David A. Heller
  (Trinity University管風琴教授)



日期:201561()
時間:13:30~15:10
地點:音樂廳
北藝大鋼琴組必到
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Program for
TNUA
TAIPEI, TAIWAN
Monday, 1 June 2015

DAVID HELLER, Organ

Prelude and Fugue in D Minor                       Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
                                        (1809-1847)

Herzlich tut michverlangen, BWV 727                            Johann Sebastian Bach
                                                                        (1685-1750)
Prelude and Fugue in B Minor, BWV 544                              Johann Sebastian Bach


fromEleven Chorale Preludes, Op. 122                          Johannes Brahms
                                                                        (1833-1897)
        Schmücke dich, o liebeSeele
        Esistein’ Ros
        Herzlich tut michverlangen

Air: A Prelude for Organ (1960)                                    Gerre Hancock
                                                                        (1934-2012)

Archangel Suite                                                       Craig Phillips
                                                                        (b. 1961)
I. Michael “…there was war in heaven.  Michael and his angels fought against the dragon.”  Revelation 12:7
II. Gabriel, Messenger of God - messenger of the Annunciation
III. Raphael: It is God who heals – Archangel of healing
IV. Uriel: God is my light – Archangel of light

Two Folk Song
        Folk Tune, from Five Short Pieces                         Percy Whitlock
                                                                        (1903-1946)
        Gammalfäbodpsalmfrån Dalarna                    Oskar Lindberg (1887-1955)
                                                                        (1887-1955)

ZwölfStücke, Op. 59                                                        Max Reger
                                                                        (1873-1916)
Tokkata
Fuge



Organist David Heller has risen to prominence as an outstanding performer and pedagogue in the United States.  The American Organist has described him as an eloquent performer, and his playing as an excellent demonstration of outstanding music making.  A native of Wisconsin, Dr. Heller holds degrees from Lawrence University and the Eastman School of Music, which awarded him the prestigious Performers Certificate in Organ.  His teachers have included Miriam Clapp Duncan and Russell Saunders in organ, and Colin Tilney and Lisa Goode Crawford in harpsichord. His post-doctoral organ study was with David Craighead, and improvisation with Gerre Hancock. Dr. Heller joined the faculty of Trinity University in 1986 where he currently serves as Professor of Music and University Organist.  In 2012, he was appointed Chair of the Department of Music.

As an active recitalist, Dr. Heller has performed extensively throughout the United States and internationally in Austria, Canada, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Mexico, Scandinavia, and South Korea. He has appeared as both performer and presenter at national and regional conventions of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians, the Organ Historical Society, the American Institute of Organ Builders, and the American Guild of Organists.  He has a number of publications to his credit, including the acclaimed Manual on Hymn Playing (G.I.A. Publications), and his numerous reviews of organ literature for Cross Accent (Journal of ALCM).  He is currently at work on a book documenting the history of the pipe organ in San Antonio, a collaboration that was begun with the late John Ballard.  In 2010, Dr. Heller received the Distinguished Achievement Award for Creative Work from Trinity University, one of the school’s top honors awarded to its faculty.

        David Heller has four recordings in distribution:  two on the Calcante label (Veni Creator Spiritus, and The Art of Gregorian Paraphrase), and two on the Pro Organo label (Blasts from the Century Past, and ¡Bravo Grande!).  In addition to  his teaching duties, David Heller serves as Associate Organist for St. Lukes Episcopal Church in San Antonio.


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