J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue BWV 1080, Komm Süsser Tod BWV 478; Pachelbel: Canon in D (arr. Wolff), Chaconne in F, Chaconne in D, Chorale Preludes [Fisk Organ]
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Barbara Harbach, professor of music at the University of Missouri St. Louis, has toured extensively as both concert organist and harpsichordist throughout the United States and Canada, and overseas in Belgium, Bosnia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Korea, Romania, Serbia and Russian Siberia. Her lively performances and recordings have captured the imagination of many American composers. The body of work written for and dedicated to Harbach is substantial. She was host of the weekly television music series Palouse Performance seen throughout the Inland Northwest. Harbach holds academic degrees from Pennsylvania State University (BA), Yale University (MMA), Musikhochschule (Konzertdiplom) in Frankfurt, Germany, and the Eastman School of Music (DMA). In 2002, she received an honorary doctorate in music, Honoris Causa, from Wilmington College, Ohio for her lifetime achievement as a composer, performer, editor and publisher. J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue - Fisk Organ, Opus 83 , Downtown United Presbyterian Church, Rochester, New York. J. Pachelbel - Fisk Organ, Opus 95 , Slee Hall at the State University of Buffalo, Buffalo, New York State.
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