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Be Thou My Vision performed by Jim Lockwood, clarinet and Lorna Larsen, piano 4/2/17

The Palms by J. B. Faure, Palm Sunday Processional performed by Jim Lockwood, clarinet and Lorna Larsen, organ 4/9/17.

Brahms Chorale Prelude performed by Jim Lockwood, clarinet and Lorna Larsen, piano 4/2/17

Horns A Plenty Christmas Concert with Lessons and Carols and Sing-Along directed by Barbara Chinworth, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Nogales December 10, 2016

Howard Hanson Symphony Number 2 "Romantic" performed by The San Diego County Symphony (1983) under the Direction of John Metzger:

First Movement
Second Movement
Third Movement

In the Bleak Midwinter (Holst) arr. Ken Friedrich played by Jim Lockwood, horn 1/03/16 at St. Andrew's

Golden Age of Bands LP from University of South Dakota 1986.

Mozart, Ave Verum Corpus, flute/clarinet duet by Steve Ferreira and Jim Lockwood, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Nogales, AZ  19 July 2015.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Nogales, AZ 15 March 2015: Choir anthem Stainer, "God So Loved the World" with Recitative "And as Moses..." sung by Jim Lockwood, bass, Lorna Larsen Music Director/Organist.

Live Recordings from St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Nogales, AZ 28 September 2014 -
Jim Lockwood, horn

Eternal Father, Strong to Save, arr. by Kenneth D. Friedrich from his collection "52 Selected Hymns for the Solo Performer" played by Jim Lockwood, horn.

William Winkelman, horn with Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra performing Nocturne for Horn and Orchestra by A. F. Schultz.

Jim Lockwood, horn and Lorna Larsen, organ rehearsing Arthur Sullivan's "The Lost Chord" July 24, 2014.

Music performed in service at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, June 29, 2014 by Steve Ferreira, Flute and Jim Lockwood, Horn, from William Ryden's "Sacred Duets for All"

Evening Prayer from Hansel and Gretel Performed by the Horn Choir of the 2014 Southwest Horn Convention, Symphony Hall, San Diego, May 25, 2014. Performers included Jim Lockwood and 59 others under the direction of John Lorge.


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