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.
1.Prelude and Fugue in G Major S. 541 (7:16) Johann Sebastian Bach
2. I Yearn from My Heart S. 727 (2:09), 3. Have Mercy Upon Me, O Lord God S. 721 (3:46), 4. Dearest Jesus, We are Here S. 730 (1:50), 5. Dearest Jesus, We Are Here S. 731 (2:22)
Second Book of Toccatas and Canzonas (1627) - Girolamo Frescobaldi
6. Canzona Four (3:54), 7. Canzona Six (1:52)
8. Canzona in G, BuxWv 171 (2:21) - Dieterich Buxtehude
9. In Sweet Rejoicing BuxWv 197 (2:22), 10. O Lord, Do Not Punish Me BuxWv 178 (2:48), 11. Come Holy Spirit, Lord God BuxWv 200 (3:10)
12. Ciacona in E Minor BuxWv 160 (5:35) - Johannes Brahms
13. Polish Dance (9:13) - Jan pieterszoon Sweelinck
14. Wondrous Love: Five Variations for Organ (5:25) - Daniel Pinkham
Chorale Preludes, Op. 122 - Johannes Brahms
15. O World, I Now Must Leave Thee (2:38), 16. My Heart's Dearest Jesus (2:20), 17. Adorn Yourself, My Dear Soul (2:21), 18. I Yearn from My Heart (2:06)
Partita: Wake Up! A Voice is Calling (10:01) - Hugo Distler
19. I. Toccata, 20. II. Bicinium, 21. III. Fuge