Reed’s Albright Organ Works recording released on iTunes

The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance has released William Albright Organ Works, recorded by Adjunct Professor of Organ, Douglas Reed, on the historic Frieze Memorial Organ built in 1928 by E.M. Skinner for Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor. Administered by UM’s Block M Records, the recording is available on iTunes at

The recording focusses on Albright’s early organ works closely associated with the Frieze Memorial Organ: Juba (1965), Pneuma (1966), Organbook (1967) and Organbook II (1970-71). Also included are the fifth movement (unpublished) of Organbook (“Chorale Prelude”) and De Spiritum (1988), a rarely performed 20-minute work for organ, two assistants, and percussion.

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