2 edition of short history of the organ revival. found in the catalog.
short history of the organ revival.
Lawrence I. Phelps
In Church Music, no.1 1967 : 13-30.
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A Short History of the Organs in High Street Methodist Church, Harpenden The Compton Organ High Street Methodist Church, or the Wesleyan Methodist Church as it was in those days, was opened in September The design of the church provided space for an organ behind the choir on the south side of the chancel but a lack of funds meant thatFile Size: 46KB. Great deals on Classical Organ Sheet Music & Song Books. It's a great time to upgrade your home music studio gear with the largest selection at Fast & Free shipping on many items!
Many works of general history have been consulted, and in addition to the older standard works by Curtis, Froude, and Lecky, I am deeply indebted to the two series of broadcast talks on: "Ulster since ", edited by Professor T. W. Moody and Professor J. C. Beckett, and the excellent series of studies in Irish history published by Messrs. Bach Organ: 20th Century Reception Discussions: Organ Music: Reception History of Popular Works: William Hoffman wrote (Ma ): As Bach's organ music became firmly established in 19th century reception history, various editions were published as well as transcriptions by various composers-performers, bringing Bach from the church to public concerts as well as into the music schools. The organ continued to be a part of many of the prominent cultures throughout history, including the Persian empire with its version of the organ, urghun, as well as the Roman and Byzantine Empire with its own variation. In , Pepin the Short King of the Franks was the first in Western Europe to receive an organ. Medieval Europe.
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