New on Vox Humana
Church Music during Lockdown: A Case Study of Chapel Choirs at the University of Oxford
February 14, 2021 | Jim Roman
January 31, 2021 | Alexander Francis Meszler
Jim Roman discusses Langlais's Cinq Méditations sur l’Apocalypse, and includes a comprehensive list of errata in the work's two published editions.
Alexander Francis Meszler discusses the impact of Christianity's decline on the organ and ways to think about the organ in new contexts.
January 17, 2021 | Joyce Johnson
December 13, 2020 | Richard Brasier
Joyce Johnson discusses her time as Organist of Spelman College, a historically black women’s liberal arts college in Atlanta, including playing for the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Richard Brasier introduces the major Classical period music written for mechanical organ clocks.
Vox Humana is a free online journal that publishes current ideas, trends, and research about the organ, and is an affiliate publication of the American Guild of Organists. A new article is released every two weeks from September to May.
Christopher HolmanNicholas CapozzoliAlcee Chriss IIIKatelyn EmersonKirk Michael RichBruce ShullGuy Whatley
Jean Langlais’s Cinq Méditations sur l’Apocalypse
An Introduction to Secularism and the Organ
Recollections of My Time as Organist of Spelman College
The Organ, and Mechanical Music Making during the Classical Period