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The Chosen Hill of Churchdown (between Gloucester and Cheltenham), with its spectacular views of the Malvern Hills, was a favorite destination of Herbert Howells in the long walks of the English countryside he so enjoyed from boyhood. Howells composed his "Chosen Tune" in celebration of his engagement to the singer Dorothy Dawe who was a native of Churchdown. This recording gathers together eleven chosen tunes from France, England, and America that display the incredible beauty of Grace Cathedral's treasured 1934 Aeolian-Skinner Organ, Opus 910.

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"span"Susan Jane Matthews joined the staff of Grace Cathedral, San Francisco in 2001 as Assistant Organist, and in 2003 was appointed Principal Organist, the first woman to hold these positions. She has served as Director of Music at St. Luke amp; St. Simon Cyrene Episcopal Church, Rochester, New York and St. Michael's Episcopal Cathedral, Boise, Idaho. In October 2005, she was appointed Director of Music at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Burlingame, California where she serves as organist, director of the Chancel Choir, and founding director of the St. Paul's Choir School for boys and girls, the latter affiliated with the Royal School of Church Music.

Dr. Matthews completed a Masters of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts in organ performance and literature at the Eastman School of Music. The winner of the 1998 John R. Rodland Memorial Scholarship Competition in New Jersey, she also received First Place in the 1993 American Guild of Organists Region III Competition for Young Organists in Wilmington, Delaware. She has performed throughout the world, including solo organ recitals at the Washington National Cathedral; St.-Sulpice, Paris; and the Himmerod Abbey, Germany. She has been featured on the radio programs Pipedreams, Organ Loft, and With Heart and Voice.

During her four-year tenure at Grace Cathedral, she recorded frequently with the Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys and in September 2004, Gothic Recordings released her first solo organ CD, Chosen Tunes from Grace Cathedral.

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