Solo Compact Disc Recordings





(on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of this collection), recorded on the Paul Fritts organ at Arizona State University

Loft recordings, LRCD -1124, 2012



Five Centuries of organ Fantasies on the Richards-Fowkes organ at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church, Scottsdale, Arizona (with accompanying DVD) Loft Recordings, LRCD -1108, 2009



The Earliest Organ Music, recorded on the Edskes-Blank organ in the Predigerkirche, Basel, Switzerland; Loft Recordings, LRCD 1047, 2004



recorded on the Fritts organ at Arizona State University; Loft Recordings, LRCD 1029, 2002



15th-20th Century Organ Music by Women Composers, recorded on the Rosales organ at Trinity Episcopal Church, Portland, Oregon; Loft Recordings LRCD 1021; 2000



Italian Renaissance Organ Music on the Piffaro Organ, 1519; Pickwick Group, PCD 971; 1991; reissued by Loft Recordings, 2002.



recorded on the Fisk organ at Stanford University; Loft Recordings, LRCD 1024; 2000.



recorded on the Fisk organ at Stanford University; Loft Recordings LRCD 1025; 2000 (originally released by the Pickwick Group, PCD 965).


El Órgano historico español

Antonio de Cabezón, project sponsored by the Quinto Centenario España; Auvidis Valois, V 4645; 1992.


A Little French Music

Organ Music from four centuries played on the Littlefield house organ; Pickwick Group, PCD 1005; 1992.

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Kimberly Marshall plays the Cavaillé-Coll organ of Saint-Sernin

Toulouse; Priory Records’ Great Organs of Europe series, number 11, PRCD 261; 1989


A European Organ Tour

Track 3: Dupré's Variations sur un vieux Noël; Priory Records PRCD 903; 1989 


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Collaborative Recordings


Chen Yi's Dunhuang Fantasy for organ and orchestra

with the Singapore Symphony  BIS 2003.

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How Excellent is thy Name

Liturgical Music of the Emancipated Jew, with Erik Contzius, cantor, recorded on the Murray-Harris Organ at Stanford University; Loft Recordings LRCD 1011; 1999.

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