Deluxe booklet of a fascinating interview with concert organist William Teague. This 8 1/2 x 11 publication conists of 48 pages of vintage photos, news clippings, and ads, with anecdotes from Mr. Teague's long career as a concert organist, educator, and church musician. Mr. Teague speaks of his early training with Dr. Carl Wiesemann and Dora Poteet, and gives fascinating accounts of his studies with Dr. Alexander McCurdy at the Curtis Institute, reminisces about playing the Wanamaker organ and touring Mexico and Europe, as well as his personal accounts of his friendships with Mildred Anderews, Walter Baker, Catharine Crozier and Harold Gleason, and, of course, Roy Perry and the Williams Family of New Orleans and the design of the magnificent 1959 Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ at St. Mark's Cathedral, Shreveport. This booklet is packed with fun stories told as no one can but William Teague! You won't be able to put it down!