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THE ORGAN heard on this recording is the larger of our two instruments designed and built for First Presbyterian Church. Its conception draws upon the organ music, organbuilding treatises, and surviving instruments of many eras and cultures.

THE PIPE VOICING emphasizes focused intensity and individualized character, yet the blending capacity of the organ’s vast resources assures the clarity of the chorus-work and the warm boldness of the ensemble. An instrument of this scope permits the luxury of many colors, and in this recording, the organ’s special effects are reserved for special moments in the music.

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THIS DISC showcases the sounds of Glück Opus 7 in a suite of improvisations by Paul Fejko and a stop-by-stop demonstration by Sebastian Glück.

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ENJOY THE PREMIÈRE recording of a Glück organ through the artistry of William F. Entriken, Organist and Director of Music at New York’s historic First Presbyterian Church. This beautifully recorded compact disc features an energetic and varied program of classic works chosen to demonstrate the stylistic versatility of this instrument, as well as invite and inspire new listeners to the organ repertoire.

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