Trinity United Methodist Church, New Albany, Indiana
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In this picture of the Trinity Chancel Choir from 1957, we have highlighted two prominent musicians in the music history of Trinity United Methodist Church. Horace Cutler (pictured in the back row) was the organist for the Trinity Congregation for 50 years and he was responsible for the design of the marvelous Schantz Organ in 1972. And, Nancy Lafollette (pictured in the front row) was the director of the Chancel Choir for over 60 years. At the time of this writing in 2005, Nancy is still a regular member of the Trinity Chancel Choir.
4′ Rohr Schalmei
4′ Choral Bass
8′ Bass Flute
8′ Viola Celeste
4′ Flute Harmonique
Plein Jeu III
Swell Unison Off
Great Unison Off
8′ Nason Flote
8′ Spitzflote Celeste
2 2/3′ Nazard
1 3/5 Terz
Choir Unison Off
Great to Pedal 8;
Choir to Swell 8′
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“Marche Funebre” – Alexandre Guilmant, performed at Trinity United Methodist Church, by Dr. David K. Lamb, October 26, 2005
Great Is Thy Faithfulness – arr. Dan Miller. David Lamb, Organist
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