Ep. 25 — Michael Kleinschmidt: Sounds of Longing (recorded March 2, 2020)

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Our beloved Canon for Cathedral Music tells us how his love affair with church music began, the role that music has in our worship, and why being the organist for Saint Mark’s is like playing tennis with God.

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  1. Mary Bayne
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    What an incredible conversation. Thank you so much. Having been a member at St. Mark’s seemingly forever and the administrator of Cathedral Associates when it produced many concerts listening to you heas been very special and I learned a lot about the mighty Flentrop as well as your history with church music Michael.

  2. Kathy Elkins
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    Fascinating interview! No wonder we musicians are attracted to him and his music.

  3. Pearl McElheran
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    I really enjoyed learning about Michael’s journey from a small village in Japan with a small organ to Seattle with St. Mark’s and its flentrop and with a mountain to rival Mt. Fuji. And also about the journey from the Lutheran Mo. Synod to the Episcopal church.

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