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"Psalm 139: Domine, probasti", Monte Mason (external link) (RealMedia, requires RealPlayer)

Gregorian Singers, Monte Mason, director John Seboldt, synthesizer James Frazier, organ

Recorded at the Cathedral of Saint Paul, St. Paul, MN (1963 Aeolian-Skinner? organ, 41 ranks; 1926 E.M. Skinner, approx. 30 ranks)

Released on Pipedreams Premieres, (external link) a CD of new works featured on Pipedreams (external link) (Minnesota Public Radio)
Pipedreams broadcast listing here (external link) (Program 0333, August 18, 2003; repeat of program 9329, July 1993)
listen to full program here  (external link)(RealAudio)
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Chant accompaniment, Psalm 141, from Archdiocesan Choral Festival, Feb. 22, 1993, Cathedral of Saint Paul (Minnesota) | mp3 file (128k) (external link)

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Improvisation, "Meditation on Prospect" (external link) (RealMedia, requires RealPlayer) from Hymnfest: Some Assembly Required,, July 25, 1998, Annunciation (Full hymnfest here (external link))

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from Dueling Keyboards, April 18, 1993, Annunciation:

Tortoises and The Elephant from Carnival of the Animals, Camille Saint-Saƫns (external link) (RealMedia, requires RealPlayer)

Frank Winkels, organ; Larry Reynolds, piano; and John Seboldt, synthesizers bring some unique touches to these popular items. As Frank said about the program when we were done: "That was great - we only exceeded the bounds of good taste five times."

Complete program of the concert here. (external link)

Broadcast regionally, ca. 1994, on "Artists in Concert," Minnesota Public Radio



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