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Musica mechanica organoedi / Musical mechanics for the organist, Part 3 By Jacob Adlung, Quentin Faulkner
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This is Part 3 of the first English translation of Musica mechanica organoedi, published in Berlin in 1768. The German text and its English translation are presented on facing pages. Part 3 includes... More > all the Stoplists printed in the original work and all the stoplists cited from other sources but not originally included, plus bibliography, index, etc. Jacob Adlung (1699-1762) was a musician and scholar and organist at the Predigerkirche in Erfurt. His work focuses primarily on the organ, from the perspective of the information an organist might need to know about the instrument, including building, maintenance, tuning, repair, definitions of hundreds of organ stops, and stoplists of hundreds of central European organs of the 18th century. This is Part 3 of a three-part edition.< Less
Musica mechanica organoedi / Musical mechanics for the organist, Part 1 By Jacob Adlung, Quentin Faulkner
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This is Part 1 of the first English translation of Musica mechanica organoedi, published in Berlin in 1768. The German text and its English translation are presented on facing pages. Part 1 includes... More > all of “Volume One” of the original edition, except the Stoplists from Chapter 10. Jacob Adlung (1699-1762) was a musician and scholar and organist at the Predigerkirche in Erfurt. His work focuses primarily on the organ, from the perspective of the information an organist might need to know about the instrument, including building, maintenance, tuning, repair, definitions of hundreds of organ stops, and stoplists of hundreds of central European organs of the 18th century. This is Part 1 of a three-part edition.< Less
Musica mechanica organoedi / Musical mechanics for the organist, Part 2 By Jacob Adlung, Quentin Faulkner
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This is Part 2 of the first English translation of Musica mechanica organoedi, published in Berlin in 1768. The German text and its English translation are presented on facing pages. Part 2 includes... More > all of “Volume Two” of the original edition. Jacob Adlung (1699-1762) was a musician and scholar and organist at the Predigerkirche in Erfurt. His work focuses primarily on the organ, from the perspective of the information an organist might need to know about the instrument, including building, maintenance, tuning, repair, definitions of hundreds of organ stops, and stoplists of hundreds of central European organs of the 18th century. This is Part 2 of a three-part edition.< Less
The Newberry Organ By Edward Flint
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The Newberry Memorial Organ at Yale University ~ by Edward W. Flint ~ A quality facsimile reprint of Edward W. Flint’s history of the organ in Yale University’s Woolsey Hall. First... More > published in 1930, this monograph details the original Hutchings-Votey organ of 1902, its rebuild by J.W. Steere & Son in 1915, and its subsequent enlargement by Ernest Skinner in 1928. Detailed stoplists accompany elegant descriptions of each instrument, placing them within the history of the tonal development of the American organ.< Less
Schoenstein & Co. Organs By Orpha Ochse
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Paperback Edition: The latest publication in OHS Press’s Monographs in American Organ History is Orpha Ochse’s definitive study, Schoenstein & Co. Organs. This work takes up where... More > Louis Schoenstein’s Memoirs of a San Francisco Organ Builder leaves off: with the sale of the firm to Jack Bethards in 1977, and documents the last 30 years of the company known for overseeing the renovation of the Mormon Tabernacle organ and building the130-rank organ for the Latter-Day Saints Conference Center in Salt Lake City. A testament to the imagination and foresight of the company’s president, Jack Bethards, Dr. Ochse’s book describes in detail his many special designs for special situations including his tonal concept of symphonic organs, double expression, the French Choir Organ, and the “multum in parvo.” An easy read for organ enthusiasts as well as organbuilders, Schoenstein & Co. Organs includes 41 high quality illustrations and the stoplists of 23 organs< Less