Carols for Two Trumpets and Organ
By Christina Harmon
God Rest You Merry, Gentleman • Silent Night • For Unto Us a Child is Born Away in a Manger • Angels We Have Heard on High • Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming
From gentle lullabies to dance-like rhythms, these arrangements will create a jubilant mood wherever they are performed. When these are played, the performers have almost as much fun as the audience. Performed throughout Dallas by some of the area’s finest musicians, these carols are already part of the Christmas canon, and have been released nationally on CD as Christmas in Dallas: Carols for Brass and Organ, Hester Park CD
VIV 406, 40 Pages, $19.95
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A Brief Bio of the Editor
Christina Harmon received degrees in organ from Oberlin College and Southern Methodist University, and has completed a doctoral residency in organ at the University of North Texas. She has also studied at the Mozarteum Conservatory in Salzburg, Austria and at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. She has studied with several noted organists, including Robert Anderson, Robert Baker, Dale Peters, Guy Bovet, and Jean Langlais.
She has been awarded teaching fellowships in organ and theory at Southern Methodist University and at North Texas State University, and is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, the honorary music society. Her past teaching experience includes teaching organ and theory at San Jacinto College in Pasadena, Texas and teaching organ at Eastfield and Dallas. Currently she teaches organ at Eastfield and Richland Colleges in Dallas, Texas and is organist at Park Cities Baptist Church.
For many years Christina Harmon has given concerts in churches in the United States and in Europe. Other accomplishments include directing an organ study program in France for the last six years and serving as Chariman of the Board for the Dallas Philosphers’ Forum. In addition, she is a composer and has many published compositions to her credit.
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