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Erik Simmons is a fine organist, making his fifth Cooman organ album for Divine Art. He is playing the organ of the Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Saint-Omer, France (built ) in a live performance recorded through the Hauptwerk system.
Organ Volumes. From –, Carson Cooman’s organ music was published primarily by Wayne Leupold Editions, Inc. Many works are available collected in volumes. Organ Music, Vol. I is available. Organ Music, Vol. II is available. (ERRATA LIST – important)Organ Music, Vol. III is the pedagogical work A Hiker’s Gear Organ Music, Vol. IV is the pedagogical work The Transportation Age.
Music by Carson Cooman (raforrotetilpuncroterjafortamen.coinfo) Carson Cooman — Born Among Us in the Night () a Christmas carol for chorus and organ.
Erik Simmons is a superb organist, making his twelfth Cooman organ album for Divine Art. He is playing the wonderful ‘Sun Organ’ of St. Peter & Paul, Görlitz, recorded through the Hauptwerk system. This is volume 12 of this highly praised series. Volume 13 is scheduled for release in February