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David Lines plays quiet classics and sublime serenades on a variety of classical organs

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I'm David Lines - I make my living playing the organ and piano in Southern California where I work at St. Mark Presbyterian of Newport Beach. My schooling includes Ingraham High, Seattle; BYU, Provo; and Notre Dame, South Bend. Recording on location has been a hobby for 25 years, and I continue to record myself mostly over the Hauptwerk virtual pipe organ program now. I also worked for many years as the pipe voicer for M.L. Bigelow in Utah, and currently tune and revoice organs in Washington state in addition to maintaining my performance schedule. The trumpeter heard on some tracks is Robert Peterson of Orem, Utah - a BYU school mate. I am excited to share this music with you!

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Classic and contemporary organ works, transcriptions, and Hymn arrangements by composers such as Bach, Mendelssohn, Franck, Dupre, and Paul Manz. Performed by David Lines, organist of St. Mark Presbyterian, Newport Beach. The organs heard include historic as well as new instruments of many different styles and range in size from 4 ranks to over 200. Also featured are a few pieces for harmonium - the French reed organ. Thanks for listening!