I’ll tell you all what. I have spent the evening floating around the Youtube, first Mars lazar “Unforgiven”; Sean Christopher on Andromeda from Transcendence; Then to Ivan Rebroff " Wolgalied" and a few other songs, then Virgil Fox " Come Sweet Death" on the Wanamaker Organ and Middleschulte’s “Perpentum Mobile”; then went to some Gaither Gospel, first with Ivan Parker and the group singing “Midnight Cry” and then the Quartet Doing Let “Freedom Ring” Which , to me, is one of the most powerful songs they have done to date.
A couple folks here, once asked what my voice was like well I studied opera and did a lot of vocalizing and tone prep with Rebroff recordings and I got a lot of music from his publisher. Of course I’m old now but then my voice was close to his but nowhere near as powerful
As to Virgil Fox, My mother and Virgil were close though her college years at Peabody Conservatory [ which is part of Johns Hopkins now] And she was with him as he wrote the arrangement for Come Sweet Death as a dedication piece for the Wanamaker organ in Philadelphia. They remained friends until his death in the early 80’s. She was his prize student, and one of the better organists through much of her life. Played until she was 95 , and passed on at 96.