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Jesse Eschbach is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he was a student of Robert Glasgow.  He completed his education during a five-year residency in Paris as a student of Marie-Claire Alain and Marie-Madeleine Duruflé.  Since 1986, Eschbach has served on the faculty at the University of North Texas as the full-time Professor of Organ.  Eschbach has several CDs to his credit. His 800+ page book, detailing the original stoplists of the majority of organs constructed by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, was released in 2003.  Due to focal dystonia in the right hand, his career was sidetracked for more than 10 years, but due to the efforts of Dorothy Taubman and Sheila Paige, he has resumed his performance career.
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In Paradisum/South Dakota Chorale
Winner: Grammy for Best Classical Producer, Blanton Alspaugh. In their debut recording, the South Dakota Chorale performs the rarely recorded “organ version” of Duruflé’s Requiem, using the French-influenced Bedient organ of First Congregational Church in Sioux Falls, SD.
   
 
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