Joan Lippincott: The Gift of Music

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Christmas of 1935 gave the world a musical gift that keeps on giving! Joan Hult Lippincott, that Christmas baby, grew into a multifaceted musician, a master teacher, a skilled administrator, and a remarkable recitalist, who, although blessed with many abilities, has never grown weary of learning and expanding the scope of her talents. At the age of 31, she was named head of the organ department at Westminster Choir College, at the time the largest organ department in the world. After teaching hundreds of students and playing nearly 600 recitals around the world, this amazing woman is still searching for new truths, setting new goals, and sharing her enthusiasm for the King of Instruments. The Gift of Music details Lippincott’s life, career, and influence. In addition to a biography by compiler and editor Larry Biser, thirteen former students, as well as eleven friends and colleagues, have contributed essays. The book is illustrated with photos and examples of her programs and recitals. A comprehensive list of her recitals to date, a complete discography, as well as organ stoplists important to Dr. Lippincott are included. Contributors to this volume include former students: Larry Biser, James Hejduk, Tim Zimmerman, Clarence Cloak, Roger Lakins, Harold Pysher, Timothy Hall, Daniel Beckwith, Jack Mohlenhoff, Brad Hughly, Scott Dettra, Lynn Edwards Butler, and Marty Waters. Colleagues who are represented include: Craig Cramer, George Dickey, Lee Ridgway, Mark Brombaugh, Joseph Flummerfelt, Karen McFarlane Holtkamp, Robin Leaver, Penna Rose, Sue Anne Steffey Morrow, Robert Carwithen, and Barbara Owen, with a forward by Quentin Faulkner.

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