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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...
Gober Organs, Inc., Elora, Ontario, Canada The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd (ELCA), Brooklyn, Ohio The classic form of the tracker organ,...
Casavant Frères, Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada Principia College, Cox Auditorium, Elsah, Illinois, Opus 3838 The history of Principia dates from...
Our last official job for Aeolian-Skinner was First Presbyterian in Laurel, Mississippi. The church’s original organ was an Austin, and we had...
Those interested in organ playing and organ building have since 1909 turned to The Diapason as a font of information. There have been wonderful...
Organ conferences centered on repertoire, performance practice, and history rather than purely practical matters are few and far between. Outside of...
Thar she blows—some more While writing my column last month I ran out of space and had plenty of air left, so today I continue my stream-of-...
Tom Hazleton (1942–2006), global ambassador of the classical and theatre organ world, passed peacefully in his sleep after a day of recording on the...
In December 2003, Levsen Organ Company, Buffalo, Iowa, started the rebuild of the 3-manual Wicks pipe organ at First United Methodist Church in...
A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company, Lithonia, Georgia First Presbyterian Church, Savannah, Georgia The new pipe organ for First Presbyterian Church,...
The fiftieth convention of the Organ Historical Society was itself an historical occasion and was held in an appropriately historical locale in...
This is the second in a series of “organ lessons” by Jan-Piet Knijff. The first, “Bruhns’s ‘Little’ E-minor,” appeared in the January 2006 issue of...
Thar she blows! I know I share with many organbuilders the sense that the organ is alive. Stand inside an organ chamber when the blower is off and...
William P. “Bill” Brown died February 2 at his home in Phoenix, Arizona. Born in Battle Creek in 1925 and raised in Columbus, he attended New Mexico...
A singular and remarkable work, Pièce d'Orgue occupies a remote niche in the keyboard works of J.S. Bach. Its three distinctly contrasting sections,...
Bedient Pipe Organ Company, Roca, Nebraska John Griffen Residence, Seattle, Washington Flexibility is not the first trait that comes to mind when...
Goulding & Wood, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana Second Presbyterian Church, Roanoke, Virginia, Opus 43 (2005) From the builder Each church that...
The fifth British Organ Music Seminar, led by Christina Harmon and Cliff Varnon, took place in England and Wales from June 24–July 3. With John...
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