Douglas Reed is a distinguished performer, teacher, church musician, and recording artist. He has performed widely in the United States, Europe, and the Far East. The success of his students and his devotion to the art of teaching are acknowledged throughout the organ performance and sacred music fields. In 2005, he was listed among Who's Who of America's Teachers. He has taught at the University of Evansville since 1975.
Reed has performed in major world cultural centers such as Paris, Prague, Yokohama, Antwerp, and Hong Kong. In the United States, he has performed at Carnegie Recital Hall in New York City and for many educational institutions and chapters of the American Guild of Organists throughout the United States. His performances have been broadcast on the PIPEDREAMS program and Radio Belgium.
Praeludium in C Major, S. 566 (11:18) - 1. Prelude, 2. Fugue, 3. Interlude, 4. Fugue /J.S. Bach
Suite du Second Ton (12:29) - 5. Prelude (Plein Jeu), 6. Tierce en taille, 7. Duo, 8. Basse de Trompette, 9. Trio de Flutes, 10. Dialogue (sur les Grands Jeux), 11. Petit Plein Jeu /Jean-Adam Guilain
Meinen Jesum Lass Ich nicht (10:17) - 12-19. Chorale-6 Variations-Chorale/Johann Gottfried Walther
Chorale Preludes, Op. 122 (8:29) - 20. Herzlich tut mich verlangen, 21. Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen, 22. Herzlich tut mich erfreuen/Johannes Brahms
Priere Op. 20 (13:18) - 23 / Cesar Franck
1732: In Memoriam Johannes Albrecht (1984) (18:21) /William Albrecht - World Premiere Recording
24. Introduction, 25. The Family Albrecht in Germany, 26. William Penn Invites the German Farmers to Buy Land in the New Colony that Bears his Name, 27. Exodus of the Palatines. (1683-1754), 28. Settlement of the Land:on the Schuylkill River in Berks County, 29. Frank to the Point of Rudenessm the Albright Clan Guards Honesty as a Cardinal Virtue, 30. An Evening Dance: the Thanks of the Mountain Family or their Divine Providence