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of the American Guild of Organists

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The American Guild of Organists (AGO) is a national professional association serving organ and choral fields. It provides educational, certification and professional assistance to its members, while promoting the use of the pipe organ in sacred and concert settings.

Founded in 1914, the Atlanta Chapter was the first AGO chapter in the state of Georgia and is one of the largest chapters in the USA. Our diverse membership includes organists, choral conductors, singers, music educators, organ builders, curators, clergy, and enthusiasts and supporters of the organ.

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Sue Mitchell-Wallace, FAGO
Dean, Atlanta Chapter, AGO
Alan Morrison, Concert Organist

TUESDAY • SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 • 8:00 PM

Alan Morrison, Recitalist

The Cathedral of St. Philip
2744 Peachtree Road NW – Atlanta
Host: Dale Adelmann

6:00 pm
  Social Gathering in the Atrium
6:45 pm
  Dinner & Meeting – Click here to make a reservation
8:00 pm

The chapter's centennial celebration will begin with native Atlantan, Alan Morrison, in an organ recital on the magnificent Æolian-Skinner organ at The Cathedral of St. Philip. Alan will premiere the Atlanta Chapter centennial commission “Chorale and Gigue”by composer David Conte of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. This commission for organ solo is in memory of William Weaver, former dean of the Atlanta Chapter.


John Weaver, “Sine nomine” (from Variations on Three Hymn Tunes)
Johann Sebastian Bach, Concerto in A minor (after Vivaldi), BWV 593
Marcel Dupré, Prelude & Fugue in B Major, Op. 7, No.1
Charles Marie Widor, “Andante sostenuto” (from Symphony “Gothique”, Op. 70)
Louis Vierne, “Final” (from Symphony IV, Op. 32)
David Conte, Chorale & Gigue
Roland Diggle, Song of Happiness
Leo Sowerby, Pageant