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An explanation of the organ stops with hints for effective combinations
|Other titles||Organ stops with hints for effective combinations.|
|Statement||by Carl Locher ; translated with the author"s permission by Agnes Schauenburg|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
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Full text of "An explanation of the organ stops with hints for effective combinations" See other formats LIBRARY Brigham Young University FkOM Mrs. Edna Coray D^fer nT f 'p-^tx^ AN EXPLANATION OF THE OEGAN STOPS a \.IJS mi AN EXPLANATION OF THE ORGAN STOPS 3- WITH HINTS FOR EFFECTIVE COMBINATIONS / BY CAELiLOCHEE 0) CHIEF ORGANIST AT THE.
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An explanation of the organ stops with hints for. An explanation of the organ stops with hints for effective combinations by C. Locher () An outline of the structure of the pipe organ - designed for the general information of organists, church committees, and musical students by W.
Clarke ()Seller Rating: % positive. An Explanation of the Organ Stops with Hints for Effective Combinations Carl Locher Books Download As PDF: An Explanation o. Huw Lewis: Organ Registration and Hymn Playing, page 6 4. Flutes are used if they are full-bodied, the hymn is very quiet, and the congregation is small.
Strings are rarely used for hymn accompaniment: they are usually too soft. They can be very effective, however, if the congregation is a 'singing congregation' or if thereFile Size: KB.
2/24/ List of pipe organ stops Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 3/7 producing tone by using a feltFile Size: KB. Dictionary of Hammond-Organ Stops - An Introduction of Playing the Hammond Elect. $ $ An Explanation of the Organ Stops with Hints for Effective Combinations (Hardbac.
$ $ Free shipping. A book that has been read but is in good Rating: % positive. Now probably 50+ years old but still useful organ student manual. Lots of rather demanding compositions included too alongside some good explanations of organ technique and how a pipe-organ works.
Great book but moved on to next phase and found a more modern version by Christopher Tambling that would help almost any organ student/5(28). Encyclopedia of Organ Stops. Structure on an organ with several manuals The first organs had only one manual with few keys and accordingly only few pipes.
In the late Middle Ages the church organ developed into its present form in Europe - particularly in Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands - the "Great" organ (or "Hauptwerk") being fixed to the wall and another Rückpositiv (Positive / Choir) organ sitting between the.
Registration is the technique of choosing and combining the stops of a pipe organ in order to produce a particular sound. Registration can also refer to a particular combination of stops, which may be recalled through combination registration chosen for a particular piece will be determined by a number of factors, including the composer's indications (if any are given), the time and.
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The Davis book in my opinion is excellent because the repertoire is diverse and well-selected, the pieces are long enough as to be satisfying and useful when learned and yet not so long so as to make the student feel overwhelmed, and the pieces are high quality and represent the best composers of each era (Scheidt, Bach, Vierne, Matthias, etc.).
John Marsh: Eighteen Voluntaries for the Organ to which is prefix'd an Explanation of the different Stops of the Organ & of the several combinations that may be made thereofLondon , Preface p. I-VIII. PREFACE. Having been frequently applied to by young Practitioners on the Organ, to lend the following Pieces in MS.
The art of organ-building: a comprehensive historical, theoretical, and practical treatise on the tonal appointment and mechanical construction of concert-room, church, and chamber organs.
The design of the Busker Organ makes it susceptible to blockages in the tubes and pipework caused by paper dust. Because the air is blown through the music and straight into the pipes, paper dust could eventually block the narrow windways in the pipes.
But this. Upon completion of Book D of Discover the Basics® the student progresses into the various series of Level 1 of Discover the Organ®. Practice Instruments: For the first three of four years of study, students may use any keyboard instrument (piano, electronic keyboard, or any kind of.
This organ method book by veteran church musician and educator Dr. John A. Behnke is fashioned to be a textbook for teaching the skills and techniques necessary for playing the organ. Using an integrated approach with interesting organ repertoire and work on hymn playing, improvisation, and transposition, this text progresses sequentially in.An organ of the central nervous system, which has three distinct parts that all serve to control and coordinate the activities of the body.
Cerebrum. This part of the brain controls thoughts, voluntary actions, and the sensations related to the five senses. Cerebellum.Organ stops are grouped into four main families: Principals, Flutes, Strings and Reeds.
The Principal family is the group of stops which are unique to the organ, they aren’t imitative of other instruments. Principals are often referred to as the “backbone” of the organ and play a.