Frederick Swann has a gift which too many organists seem to lack these days: real musicality. Everything he plays turns into a convincing and moving musical experience.” –Musical America
Frederick Swann, President of the American Guild of Organists (2002-2008), serves as Organist Emeritus of the Crystal Cathedral, Organist Emeritus of First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, and Organ Artist-in-residence at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church in Palm Desert, California. Mr. Swann is also University Organist, Artist-in-residence, and Artist Teacher of organ at Redlands (CA) University.
In addition to more than 2,500 solo recital presentations in major churches, cathedrals and concert halls throughout North America and many foreign countries, Mr. Swann performs frequently with symphony orchestras and choral organizations. In 2002 he was named Performer of the Year by the New York City chapter of the American Guild of Organists. In 2004 he was selected to perform the Inaugural Recital on the new organ in The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
A Triumph Song – SATB$2.10
Agnus Dei – SATB$2.25
Alba – Organ$9.95
All Hail, Adored Trinity – SATB$2.05
Allegro Scherzando – Organ Solo$9.99
Alleluia – SATB$1.95
American Folk-Hymn Settings For Organ – Organ$18.95
An Old English Prayer – SATB$1.95
Angels We Have Heard On High – Brass Parts$25.00
Angels We Have Heard On High – SATB$2.45
Be Strong In The Lord – SATB$1.95
Behold The Lamb Of God – SATB$2.10
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