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Two years ago, a storm was suddenly triggered on the Internet: the Sainte-Clotilde organ was being “vandalized” . . . “impure hands were ravaging the...
It is amusing to trace the metamorphosis of what was to have been little more than a concert tour of Europe in the spring of 1954—one already...
Recitalist, teacher and recording artist, Marie-Claire Alain is one of the leading personalities in the world of organ music. Born into a family of...
Put your best foot forward. I live in a village at the head of the Damariscotta River in Maine. It’s a tidal river—so, to the surprise of many...
Raymond J. Barnes, 73, founding dean of the Southern Nevada AGO Chapter, died suddenly of a heart attack the afternoon of May 21, after having played...
Bedient Pipe Organ Company, Roca, Nebraska St. Agatha Church, Upper Arlington, Ohio Our Opus 75 represents an entirely new look for the Bedient Pipe...
Glück New York Organbuilders, New York, New York Union Church of Pocantico Hills, Tarrytown, New York From the pastor: Our latest chapter When Marc...
The latest in a series of new concert hall organs was recently inaugurated to great fanfare in Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center. Finally able to show off...
Not too many of today’s organists have a listing in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. One who does is Thomas Trotter, who has made his...
They don’t make ’em like they used to. We often come across consumer products that disappoint us. You buy it, get it home, and find that it’s not...
Nunc Dimittis: Jim Angell James B. Angell, University Carillonneur and Professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University from 1960–1991,...
William A. Hansen, Wisconsin organbuilder, died October 9, 2005, at the age of 68. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, he began working with an...
Wicks Organ Company, Highland, Illinois First Congregational Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Opus 6419 From the spectacular display of floral color...
The Reuter Organ Company, Lawrence, Kansas St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Alexandria, Louisiana, Opus 2218 A handsome and acoustically marvelous space...
Introduction The careers of numerous American organbuilders in the late 19th and early 20th centuries are the story of a journey—from Europe to the...
France is divided into “départements” that represent the political subdivisions of the country. Much work has been done in the last decade by...
Yesterday was Easter. I’ve spent the last three weeks roaring around New England in a flurry of organ tuning. As I moved from church to church I had...
SEHKS 2006 Perhaps not all roads, but sufficient ones led to Rome (Georgia), where the Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society held its 26th annual...
Yale Congress The 64th Congress of the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America will take place at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, from...
Heinrich Fleischer, noted organist and teacher, died on February 28 in Crystal, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb, at the age of 93. The cause of death...
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