Neil Stipp

Performances on well-known pipe organs:

First Congregational Church, Los Angeles. The world's
largest church organ.  5 manual/354 ranks.  Performed
in Aug/2005.

Royce Hall/UCLA.  5 manual/104 rank Skinner organ.
Performed in May/2001.

Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Pasadena.  4 manual/
112 rank Aeolian-Skinner organ.  Most recently
performed in July/2019.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church,
Los Angeles.  4 manual/105 rank Dobson organ. Most
recently performed in Dec/2015.

"Praise Him with timbrel and dancing;   Praise Him
with stringed instruments and pipe." (Psalm 150:4).

"Those who sow in tears shall reap with joyful
shouting.  He who goes to and fro weeping, carrying
his bag of seed,  Shall indeed come again with a shout
of joy, bringing his sheaves with him."  (Psalm 126:5-6)


"Performance Practices Issues Related to the Fantasia
in F Minor (K. 608) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart"
published in The American Organist, Part I in the
June/2006 edition, Part 2 in the July/2006 edition.

"The Music Philosophies of Martin Luther and John
Calvin," published in The American Organist,
Sept/2007 edition.

"Big Things Come in Small Pieces: An Analysis of
Messiaen's 'Eternal Purposes'" published in The
American Organist, April/2013 edition.


Organ works published by LifeWay Christian
Resources (Nashville, TN) in their PEDALPOINT
magazine are his "Overture for Christmas," (Winter
2008-09),  "Variations on Llanfyllin," and arrangements
of "Jesus Shall Reign," and "Of the Father's Love
Begotten," (Fall 2008).

His composed hymn "See What a Living Stone,"
published by Darcey Press in a hymnbook of Isaac
Watts' lyrics based on the Psalms,
titled "In Melody
and Songs." This hymnbook was released in

Choral work: "May Your Life Be Filled With
Gladness" is an anthem for SATB choir, organ,
soprano and tenor soli, and optional oboe, published
by EC Schirmer (Spring 2010).  [See home page to