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Scott Hyslop, ’85, has published a book on the life of the eminent organist and composer Paul Manz. The Journey Was Chosen examines the factors that have shaped the life and music of one of the most influential organists of the latter half of the twentieth century. Constructed in four parts, the book includes a full biography; an analysis of Manz’s chorale-based organ and choral works; a collection of essays by composers, theologians, musicians, and family; and web access that includes sound clips, radio interviews, manuscripts, video, articles, and programs. The book is published by MorningStar Music Publishers in St. Louis, MO. More about this book.
Michael R. Walsh, ’66, and son Nathan have written the story of a branch of law enforcement responsible for policing the railways. The Railroad Dick is the true story of a railroad detective. Railroad police officers started as private detectives hired by major companies to protect their freight from looters in the 1850s. Over time, these sleuths became part of law enforcement. Though their functions and responsibilities have diminished over the years, the railroad police officers continue to provide protection on the rails. In The Railroad Dick, father and son relive the heydays of the railroad police through the real-life story of Michael “Mickey” Walsh, a young railroad police officer struggling to balance his responsibilities at work and at home with a then-pregnant wife. Mickey’s story will inspire readers with its integrity.
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