Bosetti Sunday Concert March 12, 2017
Organist: Denise Lanning, Denver
Mass for the Parishes François Couperin Offertoire sur les Grands jeux (1668-1733
O Lamb of God, unblemished (BWV 618) J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Eleven Chorale Preludes, op. 122
My heart is filled with longing Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Gospel, Jazz, Blues and Soul
Were you there Johannes Matthias Michel (b.1962)
By gracious powers (TELOS) Joyce Shupe Kull (b. 1938)
Most holy God (DUNEDIN) David Dahl (b.1937)
Sonata II Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Allegro maestoso e vivace
Fuga – Allegro moderato
Canzona (BWV 588) J.S. Bach
Rubrics Dan Locklair
The Peace may be exchanged (b. 1949) The people respond – Amen!
Denise Lanning, MM, FAGO, graduated from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, receiving the Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in organ performance. Her major teachers were Wayne Fisher, David Mulbury and Roberta Gary. Harpsichord study was with Eiji Hashimoto and piano study was with John Meretta. She has served churches in Kentucky, Ohio, Washington and Colorado as music director and organist.
Ms. Lanning has performed numerous solo organ concerts, has appeared as featured organist with Ars Nova Singers of Boulder, CO as part of their commemoration of the birth year of Maurice Duruflé, and has played on the American Guild of Organists (AGO) Denver Rocky Mountain Chapter’s Messiaen and Mendelssohn tributes.
She has served as adjudicator for AGO Regional Competitions for Young Organists (RCYO) and has participated in the Summer Institute for French Organ Studies (SIFOS) in France.
She is a past Dean of Denver Rocky Mountain Chapter, and is currently Chapter sub-Dean (program chair) and examination coordinator. From 2007-2013 she served as director of the AGO’s national Committee on the New Organist. Recently, Ms. Lanning has published a book, in cooperation with Wayne Leupold, titled In the Beginning…An Encounter with Improvisation at the Organ.