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“Decker is decidedly a composer to reckon with—an organist who writes originally and idiomatically for her instrument.” --The American Organist

Organist and composer Pamela Decker is Associate Professor of Organ/Music Theory at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. She also serves as organist at Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Tucson. Her recital career is managed by Phyllis Stringham Concert Management; her primary publisher is Wayne Leupold Editions. Decker's compositions have been performed by American, Canadian, European, and Australian artists in at least sixteen countries. In 2002, she has had performances of her works in Moscow, Paris, Hamburg, London, and Vienna; there have been performances in the United States too numerous to list. Her works have been performed at national and regional conventions of the American Guild of Organists and in many other festivals and conferences.
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Decker Plays Decker, v.1 - Pamela Decker Decker Plays Decker, v.2 - Pamela Decker Decker Plays Decker, v.3 - Pamela Decker
Decker Plays Decker (v.1)
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Decker Plays Decker, v.2
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Decker Plays Decker, v.3
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Pamela Decker has won prizes in national and international competitions as both performer and composer. Her critically acclaimed compositions have been performed by various artists in at least eighteen countries, at national and regional conventions of the American Guild of Organists, and for many other festivals and conferences. This recording features the composer at the organ, playing works that incorporate influences as varied as Gregorian chant, chorale tunes, and American jazz and blues.  World Premiere Recordings! Following the success of the first volume, composer Pamela Decker performs another program of her highly acclaimed work. Decker's definitive recordings were both made on the great 4M/58-stop Flentrop organ of St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle. With six seconds of reverberation and 24-bit-recording technology, these CDs are audiophile gems as well as world-premiere recordings! Following the success of the first two volumes, composer Pamela Decker performs another program of her highly acclaimed work. Decker's definitive recordings were both made on the great 4M/58-stop Flentrop organ of St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle. With six seconds of reverberation and 24-bit-recording technology, these CDs are audiophile gems as well as world-premiere recordings!
   
 
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