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See renowned organist Marilyn Keiser’s performances of Dan’s PHOENIX Processional and “…and Call Her Blessed” from his Windows of Comfort (Organbook II). They opened her recent The Spirit’s Tether recital at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Indianapolis, IN for the Royal School of Church Music in America.


Hear Dan’s Phoenix Processional for organ in a performance from England’s Hereford Cathedral and read more about it.


See the World Premiere of A Hymn to the Morning, Movement 3 of Dan’s Sing to the World: A Choral Cycle in Five Movements in Celebration of Music, commissioned by Caritas A Cappella Ensemble, 2020.


Symphony No. 2 “America”: I. Independence Day · Slovak National Symphony Orchestra, Kirk Trevor, conductor


Concerto for Organ and Orchestra: I. Entrata – Slovak National Symphony Orchestra, Michael Roháč, conductor, Peter Mikula, organ soloist


Nice video about the lovely Duke University Chapel, featuring Barcaroles from Dan Locklair’s Dream Steps for flute, viola and harp.


APERIO (Julia Fox, soprano, Christian Schubert, clarinet and Michael Zuraw, piano) performs Dan’s ‘In the Almost Evening’ at Midtown Arts & Theater Center in Houston, TX:


Hear Dan’s Constellations: Pegasus, performed by Jeremy Spale, percussion and Tom Trenney, organ at First Plymouth Church, Lincoln, Nebraska on June 24, 2018:


A lovely new Convivium Records video from the recording sessions of Dan’s Gloria CD:

More about the CD at Convivium Records and more about Gloria and other compositions from the collection at Subito Music.


From the wonderful Choir of Trinity College, University of Melbourne, Australia. Dan wrote King of Glory, King of Peace, this setting of George Herbert’s poem Praise II (King of Glory) as a present for Director Christopher Watson. Here’s the Australian Premiere, at Evensong on August 6, 2017.

Choir of Trinity College
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DAN LOCKLAIR: “Creation’s Seeing Order” (1987)
From: AlbanyRecordsUSA
…A Prelude for Orchestra

The Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kirk Trevor from Albany TROY517 (2007) Albany Records


The Summer movement from Dan Locklair’s Symphony of Seasons (Symphony No. 1), commissioned in 2000 by The Louisville Orchestra, North Carolina Symphony and Salisbury (N.C.) Symphony, is recorded for Naxos by Maestro Kirk Trevor and the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.

The Autumn movement from Dan Locklair’s Symphony of Seasons (Symphony No. 1), commissioned in 2000 by The Louisville Orchestra, North Carolina Symphony and Salisbury (N.C.) Symphony, is recorded for Naxos by Maestro Kirk Trevor and the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Dr. Robert Parkins Performs Selections from Rubrics

Other videos:
The People Respond – Amen!
The Peace May Be Exchanged
Hallowed Be Thy Name from Salem Sonata