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American composer Daniel Pinkham (1923–2006) was born in Lynn, Massachusetts. Pinkham also studied harpsichord with Putnam Aldrich and Wanda Landowska, and organ with E. Power Biggs.
Celebrations, for organ. Celebration for Festivity.
Just better Compositional career. Pinkham's enormous output represents a broad cross-section of 20th-century musical trends. He produced work in virtually every genre, from symphonies to art songs, though the preponderance of his music is religious in nature, frequently choral and/or involving organ. Much of his music was written for use in church services or other ceremonial occasions, and reflected his longstanding relationship with King’s Chapel.
Organ, orgao sheet music . Daniel Pinkham - First Organbook. First Organbook Organ Peters. By Daniel Pinkham (1923-2006). Duration circa 15 minutes.
Daniel Pinkham, "Daniel Pinkham: Composer". Daniel J. Wakin, "Daniel Pinkham, 83, Composer and Organist, Dies", The New York Times (December 21, 2006), retrieved 2007-11-16. Archived from the original on 2016-03-08.
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Pinkham, received training in organ and harmony from Carl Pfatteicher at the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, before pursuing his studies with Merritt, Piston, Davison, and Copland at Harvard University (. He also received instruction in harpsichord from Aldrich and Landowska, and in organ from Biggs. He likewise attended the composition courses given by Arthur Honegger and Barber at the Berkshire Music Center in Tanglewood, and then studied with Boulanger
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In music, the organ is a keyboard instrument of one or more pipe divisions or other means for producing tones, each played with its own keyboard, played either with the hands on a keyboard or with the feet using pedals. The organ is a relatively old musical instrument, dating from the time of Ctesibius of Alexandria (285–222 BC), who invented the water organ. It was played throughout the Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman world, particularly during races and games
|Celebrations, for organ|
|1||1. Celebration for Festivity||Andrew Paul Holman||3:05|
|2||2. Celebration for Tranquility||Andrew Paul Holman||3:13|
|3||3. Celebration for Song and Dance||Andrew Paul Holman||4:44|
|4||4. Celebration for a Joyous Occasion||Andrew Paul Holman||3:32|
|5||O Come, Emmanuel, 7 variations on an Advent hymn tune for organ||Andrew Paul Holman||7:05|
|Tidings, for organ|
|6||1. Tidings of Joy||Andrew Paul Holman||1:34|
|7||2. Tidings that Echo heard||Andrew Paul Holman||1:38|
|8||3. Tidings of peace||Andrew Paul Holman||4:10|
|9||4. Tidings of a fleeting vision||Andrew Paul Holman||1:02|
|10||5. Tidings of glories yet to come||Andrew Paul Holman||2:27|
|11||Wondrous Love, 5 variations on a shape-note tune for organ||Andrew Paul Holman||4:31|
|The Book of Hours, for organ|
|12||1. At Matins||Andrew Paul Holman||2:32|
|13||2. At Lauds||Andrew Paul Holman||1:21|
|14||3. At Prime||Andrew Paul Holman||1:15|
|15||4. At Terce||Andrew Paul Holman||0:58|
|16||5. At Sext||Andrew Paul Holman||1:12|
|17||6. At None||Andrew Paul Holman||1:28|
|18||7. At Vespers||Andrew Paul Holman||1:22|
|19||8. At Compline||Andrew Paul Holman||4:22|
|The Four Winds, for organ|
|20||1. The Wind from the North||Andrew Paul Holman||1:58|
|21||2. The Wind from the East||Andrew Paul Holman||1:14|
|22||3. The Wind from the South||Andrew Paul Holman||3:48|
|23||4. The Wind from the West||Andrew Paul Holman||2:57|
CreditsAndrew Paul Holman - Organ, Primary Artist
Scott Kent - Producer, Recording
Louise Kursmark - Graphic Design