Topic: Gerre Hancock

No Longer a Pipe Dream

Jan. 25, 2013
Robert Coulter, of Coulter Organbuilders, takes pride in his craft of restoring and tuning pipe organs. A recent project was

What has 1604 pipes, 2000 leather pouches and more than 10,000 parts in all? The newly restored pipe organ in Jessen Auditorium. Watch a video about how it was refurbished.

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Butler School of Music Announces Memorial for Gerre Hancock

Feb. 8, 2012

Event: The Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music will host a memorial to honor the late Gerre Hancock, organ and sacred music professor, who died Jan. 21 due to cardiac arrest.

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The legacy of an organist and professor

Jan. 25, 2012
The legacy of an organist and professor

The passion Gerre Hancock had for music is center stage in this Longhorn Network video. The respected professor passed away Jan. 21.

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Celebrated Organist and Sacred Music Professor Gerre Hancock Dies at 77

Jan. 23, 2012

Gerre Hancock, one of America's most highly acclaimed concert organists and choral directors and professor of organ and sacred music at The University of Texas at Austin's Butler School of Music, passed away on Jan. 21 due to cardiac arrest.  He was 77.

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UT Chamber Singers, Organ Professor Gerre Hancock Perform Sacred Repertoire in Waco, Jan. 31

Jan. 18, 2011

Event: The UT Chamber Singers will perform at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Waco, Texas under the direction of Butler School of Music Choral Director James Morrow on Jan. 31.

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