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"This CD provides an opportunity to hear Kodaly's Organoedia ad missam lectam, which is the original form of what most of us know as the choral Missa Brevis....The rich sounds of this Skinner organ fit the music exactly, as Lamlein demonstrates, using the entire available volume range. Here one feels the performer is not preoccupied with demonstrating his own virtuosity, as is so often the case, but rather performing in a manner that permits the music to speak for itself....Likewise, two imaginative settings by George Shearing, I Know That My Redeemer Lives and Jerusalem, My Happy Home, are rhythmic, colorful and harmonically innovative and excellently performed by Lamlein."
The Diapason, July 2008


The March 2007 issue of The American Organist carries the following review of Scott Lamlein's current CD, The Organ at Worship:

The intent of this recording is to showcase the organ as a "mighty colossus invoking the majesty of the Creator; the plaintive whisper calling upon the still, small voice of wonder." Scott Lamlein, director of music ministries at Wesley United Methodist Church, presents a program fitting for liturgical worship and ably demonstrating the estimable tonal qualities of E.M. Skinner's Opus 615. Although additions were made to increase the instrument's flexibility, they in no way compromise its original tonal integrity. Although not cathedralesque, the acoustics are pleasantly supportive. Lamlein infuses a spiritual, reverent quality to the repertoire. The centerpiece is a brooding performance of the seven-movement Organoedia ad missam lectam by Kodaly, which the composer later transformed into his Missa brevis . Lamlein calls this music "pure musical worship." J.S. Bach's Wir glauben all is played with rhythmic energy, bold articulation, and clear registration. Four chorale preludes of Brahms and George Shearing are followed by Durufle's "Veni Creator" variations. Here Lamlein plays with conviction, infusing virtuosic flair and fire that are synonymous with this music. He ends with an effective, gospel-style setting by John Innes of "The Old Rugged Cross." The fine playing, repertoire, and marvelous instrument combine for a successful achievement of the performer's objective.

James Hildreth, TAO, 3/07, page 81


Scott Lamlein is a concert organist whose performances bring a unique spiritual and emotional inspiration to his audiences. Combining keyboard technique, showmanship, and a strong faith, recitals by Mr. Lamlein explore the infinite range of expression that only the pipe organ provides.

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An inspirational worship experience, including organ music that challenges and strengthens the faith, featuring the 1927 Skinner organ at Wesley United Methodist Church, Worcester.

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$18, plus $2.05 shipping


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The following additional CD of organ music played by Scott Lamlein is currently available:

Organ Music of Advent and Christmas



Bach: Fugue in C minor
Mulet: Carillon-Sortie
Settings of traditional carols, including:
  O Come, O Come Emmanuel
  O Come, All Ye Faithful
  Lo, How a Rose, E'er Blooming
  The Coventry Carol
  In the Bleak Midwinter
  The First Noel
and many others.

PRICE: $18, plus $2.05 shipping

Please make check or money order payable to:
Ingrassia Artist Management
and mail to:
Ingrassia Artists
P.O. Box 314
Holden, MA  01520

CD Available now:
featuring organ music played on 16 of the tremendous pipe organs in the city, and including a selection by concert organist Scott Lamlein at Wesley United Methodist Church.

CD ordering information is available here.


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