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Organ-Bach Recital

AIR DATE: March 25, 2010

Sunday is the 325th anniversary of the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach. To celebrate the milestone the local chapter of the American Guild of Organists will be performing "The Words of Albert Schweitzer and the Music of Bach" at 7pm Monday at Christchurch Episcopal on Maryland Parkway. We talk with the president of the Southern Nevada chapter of the American Guild of Organists, Paul Hesselink, about the connection between Schweitzer and Bach and why Bach continues to be such a towering presence in classical music.

Paul Hesselink, organist and Pres, local chapter of the American Guild of Organists

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