Marilyn Keiser, organist
Casavant Freres organ of St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Dan Locklair is one of America's most widely performed composers. His music has been performed at Presidential inaugurations and funerals, and he was named Composer of the Year by the American Guild of Organists. Marilyn Keiser has long been a champion of his organ music and presents here the definitive performances of his most popular works.
Peter Hardwick, writing in The Diapason, has called Rubrics (A Liturgical Suite for Organ) “one of the most frequently played organ works by an American composer.” Movements from Rubrics were not only heard at the Washington National Cathedral funeral service of President Ronald Reagan in 2004, but also as a part of the January 2009 Martin Luther King Jr. service in the same venue during the Inauguration of President Barack Obama.
This recording was made on the 2007 Casavant Frères organ of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Indianapolis.
Marilyn Keiser has long been a champion of Locklair’s organ music and presents here the definitive performances of his most popular works.
Loft Recordings LRCD-1110
The Music of Dan Locklair
Marilyn Keiser, Organ
Rubrics (A Liturgical Suite for Organ) 
1. "[The ancient praise-shout,] 'Hallelujah,' has been restored..."
2. "Silence may be kept"
3. "...and thanksgivings may follow."
4. "The Peace may be exchanged."
5. "The people respond - Amen!"
Salem Sonata for organ 
I. ("…to thee our cordial thankfulness…")
II. ("Hallowed be thy name…")
III. ("…We owe Thee thankfulness and praise…")
IV. ("…Let His work your pleasure be…")
PHOENIX Processional (Solo Organ Version) 
Celebration (Variations for Organ) 
The Æolian Sonata for organ 
I. Aus tiefer not (Out of the Depths I Cry to Thee)
II. Shalom (Peace)
III. Laudate Dominum (O Praise the Lord)
In Mystery and Wonder (The Casavant Diptych) 
I. Aria (“God moves in a mysterious way…”)
II. Toccata (“…His wonders to perform…”)