Virgil Fox Virgil Fox was a skilled and flamboyan organist. When he plays this Irish jig watch the audience participation. In fact you might want to get up and dance.
bag pipes Saint Patrick’s Day is known for bagpipe music and we have the standard song for that type of music. Enjoy!
glass bottom boat do you remember the glass bottom boat? Well, I have one special scene for you. A duet of Doris Day and Arthur Godfrey.
Hosanna Hosanna is one of the more popular songs between children and adults. I think you will enjoy this one.
palm sunday This song is called a royal processional on all glory laud and honor. Just wait until you hear the trumpet section. It will blow you away!
first song of Isaiah the first song of Isaiah starts off with- surely it is God who saves me I will trust in him and not be afraid. Now listen to the organist play this wonderful Melody.
this is the organ that we featured on our post from Oak Park Illinois. Enjoy now thank we all our God.live organ
clown band this video has the Scottville clown band marching in the parade in Ludington. The band is made up of ordinary citizens throughout the state of Michigan
https://youtu.be/a3atMydflA8 this was my favorite movie theme song. The Hallelujah Trail was a stirring foot stomping theme song. Enjoy it.
praise and thanksgiving this hymn is Praise and Thanksgiving and St. John’s organist plays it as loud as I’ve ever heard in a church. The congregation is hard to hear. But what glorious music This is.</strong>
WHS school song Illinois loyalty was the tune for the school song of Wabash High School. Sit back and enjoy the school song.
saints of god I am an organist in my church in Phoenix and I will be showcasing some grear organs the next few months. This music is from St John’s in Detroit. The song is I sing a song of the saints of God. I hope you enjoy it.