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DIANE BISH'S FAITHFUL INTERPRETATIONS WITH HER STRONG BELIEF IN GOD, THE ORGANIST/COMPOSER COMBINES MASTERFUL MUSIC AND RELIGION IN A LIFE FILLED WITH CHURCH WORK, CONCERTS, AND WRITING AND PRODUCING HER OWN TV SHOW.
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Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: Smith, Tim
Date: Oct 19, 1986
Start Page: 1.F
Section: FEATURES ARTS & LEISURE
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When [Kennedy] moved his congregation to the present church on Federal Highway, [DIANE BISH] got a new organ, an imposing 117-rank Ruffatti to match the imposing edifice. When she and church music director Roger McMurrin devised a concert series at Coral Ridge, Bish gave the opening performance.

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