Stephen Black organist | conductor

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J. S. Bach Trio Sonata No. 6 in G major BWV 530 (Vivace, Lento)
Played by Stephen Black on the Bozyan Memorial Organ at Dwight Hall,
Yale University. Organ by Rudolf von Beckerath (1971)

Symphony No. 6, Finale - Charles-Marie Widor, played by Stephen Black on the Newberry Memorial Organ in Woolsey Hall, Yale University. Organ by E. M. Skinner, Boston, MA, Op. 722 (1928). 4 manuals / 197 ranks. Recorded for the NYACOP competition, Winter 1997.

Fauré's In Paradisum from his Requiem. Saint Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church Parish Choir; Stephen Black, conductor

In Exitu Israel of Nicola Porpora, a contemporary of Vivaldi who wrote for the women of the ospedali of Venice; Amuse Singers, Stephen Black, music director, conducting, performed as part of a mid-winter festival in 2015 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in New York City

What Shall I Render to the Lord? performed by California State University Fullerton Singers, Stephen Black, organist at the Western division of American Choral Director Association in 2012

Autumn Migration fromCecilia McDowall's Lonely Hearts in the North American premiere by Amuse Singers, Stephen Black, conductor; Victoria Drake, harp on June 17, 2015. Lonely Hearts is a three movement work for SSAA set to words of Christie Dickason. The two additional movements - Night Garden and Would Like to Meet are below.

Night Garden from Cecilia McDowall's Lonely Hearts. Amuse Singers, Stephen Black, conductor; Victoria Drake, harp.

Would Like to Meet from Cecilia McDowall's Lonely Hearts; Amuse Singers, Stephen Black conductor & Victoria Drake, harp.

 

 

 

 

 


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