Dr. John David Peterson was Associate Director for Graduate Studies in Music at the University of Memphis where he taught courses in Organ, Musicology, and Music Theory. He held a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Organ Performance from the University of Michigan.
Peterson was a frequent performer throughout the United States both as organist and as chamber pianist. He was co-editor of the acclaimed Concordia edition of Bach’s Orgelbüchlein, and his articles have appeared in The Diapason, The American Organist, The Organ, The Hymn, and Opera Quarterly. His compositions and arrangements are published by Augsburg Fortress, L. K. Drew, MorningStar Music Publishers, Neil A. Kjos Music Company, and Bärenreiter Ausgabe.
He was a 2002 recipient of The University of Memphis Distinguished Teaching Award
5 short preludes on American folk hymns score
Camptown Mozart : for organ, piano or electronic keyboard score
Three Christmas fantasies score
Freu dich sehr, o meine Seele : for organ score
Three preludes on Christmas hymns score
Harmonies du soir : pour Grand Orgue / Franz Liszt ; adaption pour Grand Orgue au style du Max Reger par John David Peterson score
Five pieces for organ / by Johann Sebastian Bach ; transcribed and completed by John David Peterson.