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Dear Music Lovers,
Thank you for supporting my work.
I do hope you enjoy the variety of my new compositions.
Annelle K. Gregory is a fine young violinist with an amazing talent,
a true rising star.
I wrote “Bonnie Eriskay” for the House of Scotland Pipe Band.
Diane Alexander has portrayed leading soprano roles with opera companies and
symphony orchestras across the United States and abroad.
In our home my 1880’s Steinway has motivated me
to write the piano pieces as I have played piano all my life.
“Venus Toccata” and “Freedom” were both influenced by
the great organ in the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
“Twilight” and the “Centennial Spreckels Fanfare” have been inspired by the organ
in Balboa Park, San Diego. Whereas “Dietrich’s Dilemma,” “Tiger Lilly Waltz” and
“Major Something, Non Fat Latte!” have their roots in my love of Theater organs. 
“Suite for Organ” was first recorded on the largest church organ in the world,
which is at
First Congregational Church in Los Angeles for one of the TourBus Video DVD series about the great and small, famous and unique pipe organs of the world at

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Carol Williams, Organ and Piano
 Annelle K. Gregory, Violin
 Diane Alexander, Soprano
 House of Scotland Pipe Band, Kerry Bell, Drum Kit

  1. Freedom, Op. 12   (4:17)
  2. Tiger Lilly Waltz, Op 11   (2:13)
  3. Venus Toccata, Op. 9   (2:45)
  4. Daisy Violin, Op. 6, Violin and Organ   (3:35)
  5. For Michael, Op. 16,  For Piano   (2:46)
  6. Bonnie Eriskay, Op. 18   (1:49)
  7. Twilight, Op. 3   (3:54)
  8. Centennial Spreckels Fanfare, Op. 14   (4:53)
  9. Andromeda, Op. 19   (3:15)  (playing now)
       Suite For Organ, Op. 5
 10.      Festiva!   (2:03)
 11.      Mirage   (2:56)
 12.      Friesian March   (2:04)
 13.    Major Something, Non Fat Latte!, Op. 4 (2:55)
 14.    Dragon Dance, Op. 7, Violin and Organ  (2:38)
 15.    Dietrich’s Dilemma, Op. 17   (2:16)
       Three Thoughts, Op. 10, For Piano
 16.     Adagio   (2:09)
 17.     Allegro   (1:03)
 18.     Adagio et Cantabile   (2:49)
 19.    Divine Song, Op.15,  Soprano and Organ (5:26)

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Carol Williams
Concert Organist
Composer - Conductor
San Diego Civic Organist Emerita
Randolph College Organist - Organ Professor
Host of "TourBus" to the large & Small, Famous & Unique Pipe Organs of the World
Host of "On The Bench with Dr. Carol"
Artistic Director of The Virginia International Organ Festival

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