Douze Pièces Nouvelles pour Grand Orgue 8.
Fiat Lux (Let There Be Light)
Dubois (1837-1924)Nr. 4
Lubeck (1656-1740)Sonata No. 2 in C minor, Op. 65, No.
2 F. Mendelssohn (1809 – 1847)Grave AdagioAllegro maestoso e vivaceFuga: Allegro moderato Tryptyque Grégorian 2.
Langlais (1907-1991)Le Tombeau de TitelouzeXVI. Placare Christe Servulis
Kathy Borgen has been playing piano and organ since her
early elementary years. She graduated
from the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul with the B.A. in piano
performance and music education. She
received the M.A. degree in vocal music education from the University of
Minnesota. Post graduate studies include
further coursework in music education and studies in liturgical music and organ
performance. Her piano teachers were Sr.
Florentine Goulet, Dr. Mary Ann Hanley, Dr. James Callahan, Paul Freed, and Dr.
Duncan McNab. Her organ teachers have
been Sr. Florentine Goulet, Thomas Allen, Mark Kieffer, Dr. Lynn Trapp and Dr.
David Jenkins.She has served congregations in various capacities,
including that of organist, pianist, choir director, and Director of
Music. For over 30 years she taught
vocal music to various age groups spanning K-12. Other musical endeavors have included
directing community children’s choirs, working with children in music camps,
accompanying, and teaching private piano lessons. She is presently the Director of Music at St.
Hubert’s Catholic Community in Chanhassen.
At St. Olaf, we are blessed to have a magnificent 67-rank pipe organ.
This fall, it will be showcased in a series of recitals on Wednesday
afternoons, immediately following the noon Mass. Come hear the organ
thunder with might and whisper gently as talented organists showcase a
variety of repertoire.Wednesday Organ Recitals run from Sept 26 through Dec 5 (no recital Oct 31), and will be approx. 30-40 minutes long. Freewill donation.
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