This week, to celebrate the birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach, we're digging into the more than 170 hours of recordings of his music and turning our station into an all-Bach organ fest! Since this morning, we've been playing nothing but the music of J.S. Bach, and will continue with this marathon broadcast through most of the week. We expect to get to only about 40% of our library, if we're lucky. During that time you can request your favorite tracks (as long as it's music of Bach) from our most prolific Bach interpreters like George Ritchie, Wolfgang Rübsam, Helmut Walcha, Virgil Fox, E. Power Biggs, Albert Schweitzer, Marie-Claire Alain, Karl Richter, Paul Jacobs, Jean Guillou, or Cameron Carpenter, just to name a few. You'll hear Bach performed on historic instruments from all around the world, as well as orchestral transcriptions brought to life on the organ.
Visit http://www.organlive.com/play to tune in. It's easy and doesn't require signing up, signing in, paying for anything, or downloading any software. You can even listen right from our website with our pop-up player. We're also listed on iTunes radio, so if you have iTunes, you can hear us there. If you have a Roku, we're there, too. Just search for "Organlive". If you have a Logitech squeezebox or other internet radio, you can listen through that as well. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. There are also Organlive mobile apps for your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or your Android phone so you don't have to miss a minute of our Bach marathon. Visit http://www.organlive.com/mobile to find links to those apps.
Join thousands of listeners from around the world in celebrating the music of this great master and all the many organists who have recorded his works.