PipeChat Digest #232 - Wednesday, February 4, 1998
 
Re: Erie Organ :-)
  by <Steskinner@aol.com>
Re: Another Moeller Question
  by <Steskinner@aol.com>
Re: Helping Congregations to Sin[g] (Was Re: Upsetting the  		 congregati
  by Ken <mewzishn@spec.net>
ot: Perfect Cadence Drumline
  by karl fischer <karl_der_kaiser@hotmail.com>
Organ Concert iin NJ
  by Clifford N. Bohnson <cbohnson@mosquito.com>
Re: Organ Concert iin NJ
  by Gary Black <gblack@bhsroe.k12.il.us>
Re: Erie Organ :-)
  by Nelson and Tracy Denton <ndenton434@bigwave.ca>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by Vernon Moeller <vernonm@ccsi.com>
Home MIDI pedalboard project (crossposted)
  by Adam Levin <alevin@advance.net>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by Kenneth O. Woods <kow987@dice.crane.navy.mil>
Metrical Index
  by Mark Huth <mhuth@rodgers.rain.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by bruce cornely <cremona84000@webtv.net>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by <SCoonrod@aol.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by <FireAlarmz@aol.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by <FireAlarmz@aol.com>
Re: Helping Congregations to Sing (Was Re: Upsetting the   congregation)
  by Shirley <pnst@itw.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by Shirley <pnst@itw.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by Shirley <pnst@itw.com>
Re: Helping Congregations to Sing (Was Re: Upsetting the  congregation)
  by <FireAlarmz@aol.com>
Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing)
  by John Balboni <JohnB@GCQ.net>
Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing)
  by <danbel@earthlink.net>
Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing)
  by Shirley <pnst@itw.com>
Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing)
  by Shirley <pnst@itw.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by robert.cowley <robert.cowley@MCI2000.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by Jim H <BALD1@prodigy.net>
Shirley & the TO
  by KARL W KELLER <kwkeller@juno.com>
Re: Postlude Showing Off
  by bruce cornely <cremona84000@webtv.net>
Re: Shirley & the TO
  by Shirley <pnst@itw.com>
Re: VOICER NEEDED FOR ORLANDO PROJECT
  by Douglas A. Campbell <dougcampbell@juno.com>
 


(back) Subject: Re: Erie Organ :-) From: Steskinner@aol.com Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 06:14:24 EST   In a message dated 98-02-02 08:57:34 EST, RandyT writes:   << In a message dated 98-02-02 06:18:42 EST, Steskinner@aol.com writes: <<Our 1929 E. M. Skinner chancel facade is gorgeous>> I was always curious about the 1st Pres/Covenant organ. It has a great specification. I am sure that typical of Schantz it is a great instrument. How'd they do blending the old & new pipework? >>   They did a beautiful job! The committee asked for a 1980's version of an Aeolian-Skinner, and I think they got it. Most of the retained pipework (some from a 1959 Tellers rebuild) is in the Solo, Echo, and Pedal, a few flutes (including a voluptuous 4' harmonic) and all the strings, and of course the choir clarinet.   I would have retained the solo gambe and celeste and the choir dulciana and celeste, but the swell strings are just too thin and soft to really purr. Besides, those three sets plus the string and celeste in the echo all sound the same, just differing volumes.   Steven Skinner First Pres o/t Covenant Erie, PA  
(back) Subject: Re: Another Moeller Question From: Steskinner@aol.com Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 06:14:35 EST   In a message dated 98-02-02 11:40:55 EST, Kevin writes:   << Does anyone know of a good tech in this area that isn't going to break the bank, but wouldn't mind working on a non-tracker instrument. All the tuners/techs I know don't want to touch anything that isn't tracker. >>   Kevin: Find some new ways to meet tuner/techs that can actually fix something beyond a flush toilet mechanism. They are out there--working on all kinds of organs in places that use them--like churches. Find out from some of the major musical churches in the area who services their organs, and then you will find REAL technicians.   Steven Skinner First Pres o/t Covenant Erie, PA  
(back) Subject: Re: Helping Congregations to Sin[g] (Was Re: Upsetting the congregation) From: Ken <mewzishn@spec.net> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 07:01:44 +0000   Jim H wrote:   > I am not sure of all hymnals, but The Lutheran Hymnal, also called the > > blue hymnal, not to be confused with Lutheran Worship, which is also > blue, has a set of numbers underneath the title of each hymn. They > will > read something like, 7 7 7 6 7 7, 8 7 8 7, etc. These are > suggestedphrasings for congregational singing for that particular > song.   Any hymnal worth its salt will have these numbers, along with what's called a Metrical Index.   These numbers indicate the meter of the text, and of the hymn. That is, if the meter is shown as 8 7 8 7, the first line has 8 syllables, the second line has 7, et cetera. Sometimes the actual lines (systems) of music will correspond to these numbers as well, and sometimes not if a cleaner, more easily-read layout makes that impossible.   What the meter numbers and metrical index may be used for is this: say you know the tune "Hymn to Joy," with a meter of 8 7 8 7 D (the D is for double, and is shorthand so you don't have to write 8 7 8 7 8 7 8 7). Now, let's say you have a text that's 8 7 8 7 D, but to a tune which you know your assembly will find difficult if not impossible to master without some private vocal coaching. "Ah!" one says to oneself, "We know 'Hymn to Joy' forwards and backwards!" You then explain thoroughly but succinctly to the choir how all this works (if it's their first time doing this, you explain it several weeks in a row, as they're guaranteed to swear they never heard you say anything the week before), and to the congregated as well, and you sing your "must sing, to-die-for" text to your preferred, familiar tune.   Now, since there are texts which are 8 7 8 7 (undoubled) one *could* consider "doubling up" the verses (if the number of verses is even; it's rather anti-climactic to run out of words before one runs out of music) to sing to an 8 7 8 7 D tune, although care must be taken that it doesn't mess too much with the way the text is understood. The author may have written her or his text with the intention that two adjacent verses not be sung as one single verse, but it's not often possible to do anything more than guess.   One should also take care that the combining of a text and a tune are syllabically compatible. That is, just because a text and tune are of identical meter does not necessarily mean that the emphasis of the melody and/or harmony of the music will correspond with that of the text. An occasion or two of unusual textual stress can certainly be relieved by careful attention to the accompaniment and, where the choir has a strong leadership role, to have the choristers over-correct (without being grotesque) in the problem area.   I'll never forget my grandmother, a church organist for many, many years, patiently explaining to her 8 year old grandson the basics of the use of the metrical index and the little "code" above or below each hymn. I didn't quite catch all the potential for such a system at that age, but at least I no longer considered this to be Hammond registrational suggestions!   Ken Sybesma        
(back) Subject: ot: Perfect Cadence Drumline From: "karl fischer" <karl_der_kaiser@hotmail.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 06:35:41 PST   I'm in my school's drumline. We had our first show this weekend at Eagan.   Anyone in the Twin Cities Area see us, or interested in seeing us this season?   anyhow, we made a killing in General Effect score (60), but in Ensemble Effect, we only got 40. judge's quote: "I can't hear your piannissamos, they're too quiet.." hmm... isn't that what a pp is??   we also are supposed to buy harder mallets...the vibes and marimba can't be heard, even when we have a 12" stick height and beat the crap out of them....problem: vibes are a cheap set that sound like a tin can with the red (medium) mallets that we are using now...   sorry if too off topic   if anyone is interested, I can give more info   karl_der_kaiser   ______________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com  
(back) Subject: Organ Concert iin NJ From: "Clifford N. Bohnson" <cbohnson@mosquito.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 10:01:59 -0500   A somewhat belated announcement:   Sunday, February 8, 1998 - 7:00 p.m.   A showing of the 1925 classic silent film - "PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" with Lon Chaney   accompanied on the Davidson 4-manual pipe organ by   RALPH RINGSTAD   St. Peter's Episcopal Church One Hartford Road (1/2 mile south of Route 70) Medford, NJ   $5 suggested donation   -- CLIFFORD N. BOHNSON, President The Unicorn's Garden (representing Makin Organs of England [digital electronic] and ITC Pipe Organs of Jackson, New Jersey) http://www.mosquito.com/~unicorn/PAGE1.HTML    
(back) Subject: Re: Organ Concert iin NJ From: Gary Black <gblack@bhsroe.k12.il.us> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 22:06:16 -0500   Hi Folks, Is it possible to get the organ score for the movie Phantom of the Opera? I am installing a 12 rank 1905 Estey in my home and it sounds like a fun thing to do. Thanks, Gary Black  
(back) Subject: Re: Erie Organ :-) From: Nelson and Tracy Denton <ndenton434@bigwave.ca> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 10:58:57 -0500   At 08:56 PM 2/2/1998 -0500, you wrote: >The facade on that organ is wonderful... it is just so simple that it >catches the eye. Actually, I have about 5 pictures of the organ and it's >pipework in my locker at school! :) (heh, isn't that funny, and no >pictures of my friends!) > >Jill > >"Pipe Up and Be Heard!" >PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics >HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org >List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org >Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org >Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org >   Hmmmm, sometime we are going have to introduce you to Jason. ;-)))     Nelson E. Denton R. A. Denton and Son Pipe Organ Builders Hamilton Ontario Canada   http://www.freeyellow.com/members/radentonson  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: Vernon Moeller <vernonm@ccsi.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 09:51:38 -0600   Those of you who are debating the reasons for postluding in various styles should count your blessings. At my church, the prelude provides background music for dozens of loud conversations, while the postlude drowns out the sounds of hymnals slamming shut, parents yelling at kids not to run off, folks clogging aisles and arguing over which cafeteria to head to, and the like. If I wasn't paid so well, I'd just use the same dumb prelude and postlude music over and over - nobody could tell the difference, except for a few musicians.     However, there are a few exceptions. One elderly lady loves the classics, and when I play something special for a prelude like I did last Sunday (a 4-hand piano piece by Mozart), she comes up afterwards with a big smile and says, "That was Mozart, wasn't it? Isn't his music just wonderful?" or something like that. She always gets the composer correct, and she has kind words for my playing, too.   There are other reasons I stay at my church, too, but preludes and postludes will always be the bane of my existence as an organist there.   \/\/\    
(back) Subject: Home MIDI pedalboard project (crossposted) From: Adam Levin <alevin@advance.net> Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 11:31:25 -0500 (EST)     Ok, folks, the long-awaited photos have been integrated into the page! It's finally pretty much done.   http://zen.advance.net/~alevin/organ/practice.html   -Adam     Rutherford, NJ USA Free speech online!_/ I MUST SAY THESE ARE VERY GOOD http://zen.advance.net/~alevin/_______/ BISCUITS. HOW DO THEY GET THE <*> __________________________/ BITS OF CHOCOLATE IN? -O /    
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: kow987@dice.crane.navy.mil (Kenneth O. Woods) Date: Tue, 3 Feb 98 12:28:56 EST   > > Those of you who are debating the reasons for postluding in various > styles should count your blessings. At my church, the prelude > provides background music for dozens of loud conversations, while the > postlude drowns out the sounds of hymnals slamming shut, parents > yelling at kids not to run off, folks clogging aisles and arguing   A similar situation here which is why I keep my eyes open for a situation where the music is desired, not something we have to leave in the program because it was there last week. Our minister and service leader even carry on a conversation during the choir anthem on many occasions. There is no excuse for rudeness.   -- Kenneth O. Woods kow987@dice.crane.navy.mil  
(back) Subject: Metrical Index From: "Mark Huth" <mhuth@rodgers.rain.com> Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 10:04:53 PDT     > Jim H wrote: > > > They will read something like, 7 7 7 6 7 7, 8 7 8 7, etc. > > These are suggested phrasings for congregational singing for that > > particular song.   Then Ken wrote:   > Any hymnal worth its salt will have these numbers, along with what's > called a Metrical Index. > > These numbers indicate the meter of the text, and of the hymn. That is, > if the meter is shown as 8 7 8 7, the first line has 8 syllables, the > second line has 7, et cetera.   I thought these numbers referred to the piston sequence a person should use when playing the hymn. Repetitive numbers (like 7 7 7, above) indicated where you would return to a preset combination after adding stops by hand, although, I guess they could also relate to organs with finicky stop action - - - i.e., it takes a number of presses before you get the desired registration.   Of course, great care must be taken to find the locations where each piston change should be inserted. Only a careful study of the text of the hymn (not too mention being familiar with what is actually stored in your organ's combination action) will bring this off successfully.   As far as the "shorthand" which also appears in the registration suggestions from time to time, here's a guide:   CM Couldn't Matter SM Shouldn't Matter LM Loud and Mean     Hope this helps.   Mark       Mark Huth Rodgers Instrument Corporation mhuth@rodgers.rain.com http://www.rodgerscorp.com   ==========================   Writing about music is like dancing about architecture.    
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: cremona84000@webtv.net (bruce cornely) Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 15:47:59 -0500   I have a friend who plays five voluntaries: Prelude #1, Offertory #2, Postlude #3; Prelude #4, Offertory #5, Postlude #1; Prelude #2, Offertory #3, Postlude #4; etc, etc. It has worked for over twenty years!   bruce cornely o o o __________ o o o ago (dean) ohs o o __________ o o  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: SCoonrod@aol.com Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 18:56:42 EST   In a message dated 98-02-03 11:16:31 EST, vernonm@ccsi.com writes:   << There are other reasons I stay at my church, too, but preludes and postludes will always be the bane of my existence as an organist there. >>   Well, just another consideration, but why do we keep playing those silly postludes anyway. You do need something after the dismissal, but I usually play a verse of the last hymn with a short intro and exit tagged on and it suits the service fine and is no workout for me either. I save the "real" postludes for Easter and Christmas! There is no reason the postlude couldn't be done away with, in my opinion.   RandyT  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: FireAlarmz@aol.com Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 21:43:35 EST   Bruce Cornely: (re: friend with five pieces in repertoire)   As an AGO Dean, however, you don't countenance that recycling...right?!   Bill "NO SNO" Miller  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: FireAlarmz@aol.com Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 21:20:45 EST   Hi Vernon Moeller!   I had a church job in Claymont DE once with something like your situation. I asked the minister what to do about the 'chatting before' and he told me (non- liturgical church) he considered it a sign of vitality. We settled on having a short, 2-3 minute organ voluntary after the minister's introductory sentence. It worked! (I "wrote off" the postlude.)   I disagreed with him about the vitality thing then, but now I serve an older congregation where there's neither chatting nor a great deal of vitality before worship. Maybe he was on to something! In any case, we have an exalted calling.   Peace, Bill Miller, Trenton NJ  
(back) Subject: Re: Helping Congregations to Sing (Was Re: Upsetting the congregation) From: Shirley <pnst@itw.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 21:37:19   At 20:03 08/25/97 -0500, you wrote:   >>Shirley: >> Have you tried creating your own improvs? Cakewalk has an excellent >software program. It is a little expensive, but when compared to >buying several books, it is cheaper. > >>I also find it quite entertaining to arrange my own improvs. The only >problem is I usually have to spend several hours practicing my own >arrangements before I can play them. But it is fun> > >Jim H.     Jim, I'm a theatre organist (or more accurately, "was"). As a theatre organist, I learned two things that relate here: 1) how to read music chordally, and 2) how to improvise. Yeppers, I do write my own improvs and reharmonizations, as well as admit that there are those who have written some that are better and more celebratory than I could write. And in those cases, or if I'm short on time or originality for a given hymn, I use primarily T.T.Noble.   --Shirley  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: Shirley <pnst@itw.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 21:46:55   At 09:51 02/03/98 -0600, Vernon Moeller wrote:   >However, there are a few exceptions. One elderly lady loves the >classics, and when I play something special for a prelude like I did >last Sunday (a 4-hand piano piece by Mozart), she comes up afterwards >with a big smile and says, "That was Mozart, wasn't it? Isn't his >music just wonderful?" or something like that. She always gets the >composer correct, and she has kind words for my playing, too.     Hey, Vernon, *I* woulda been impressed too.... a 4-hand piece that YOU played? All by yourself?? :) Whadja do, use your toes too? <<ducking and running!>>   -s.  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: Shirley <pnst@itw.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 21:51:15   At 18:56 02/03/98 EST, you wrote:   >Well, just another consideration, but why do we keep playing those silly >postludes anyway. You do need something after the dismissal, but I usually >play a verse of the last hymn with a short intro and exit tagged on and it >suits the service fine and is no workout for me either. I save the "real" >postludes for Easter and Christmas! There is no reason the postlude couldn't >be done away with, in my opinion. > >RandyT     I once knew an organist who used pseudo-change ringing on the tower chimes that went outside for the postlude. Was rather anti-climactic, tho.   I came to the conclusion that I do the more difficult postludes for me... a performance opportunity for a new piece, or just for the satisfaction of playing something really fun.... I'm my own audience.... as well as God. Invigorating.   -s.  
(back) Subject: Re: Helping Congregations to Sing (Was Re: Upsetting the congregation) From: FireAlarmz@aol.com Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 22:03:10 EST   Jim and company:   Since she is too modest to admit it, I'll tell you-- Shirley had a fabulous, VERY famous organ teacher, and she is not just "A" theatre organist, but in fact was setting the Philly t.o. world on fire in the 1970s. She was then, and probably still is, a musician's musician.   Given her background and teacher, she can undoubtedly DAZZLE us with her improvs. Don't let her fool you!   Bill (*this is no spoof*) Miller  
(back) Subject: Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing) From: JohnB@GCQ.net (John Balboni) Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 22:44:49 -0500   >Since she is too modest to admit it, I'll tell you-- Shirley had a fabulous, >VERY famous organ teacher, and she is not just "A" theatre organist, but in >fact was setting the Philly t.o. world on fire in the 1970s. She was then, and >probably still is, a musician's musician.   So did Shirley ever cut any LPs or CDs of her works?   ..... an inquiring mind that is making an inquiry.   John Balboni    
(back) Subject: Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing) From: danbel@earthlink.net Date: Tue, 3 Feb 1998 19:52:00 -0800 (PST)     >So did Shirley ever cut any LPs or CDs of her works? >   Yes!!! But----she doesn't like to talk about it! :):):)   djb    
(back) Subject: Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing) From: Shirley <pnst@itw.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 22:46:07   At 22:44 02/03/98 -0500, you wrote:   >So did Shirley ever cut any LPs or CDs of her works? > >.... an inquiring mind that is making an inquiry. > >John Balboni     An LP in the 70s.... I think somebody of the LA chapter of ATOS said the ones that are left are now going for a buck.... :)   'Twas another lifetime.   --Shirley  
(back) Subject: Re: Shirley & T.O. (Was: Helping Congregations to Sing) From: Shirley <pnst@itw.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 22:48:42   At 19:52 02/03/98 -0800, you wrote: > >>So did Shirley ever cut any LPs or CDs of her works? >> > >Yes!!! But----she doesn't like to talk about it! :):):) > >djb     More to the point, she doesn't like to *brag*! Actually, for the time it was cut, and for the age and (in)experience of the organist, it was quite a good piece of work, IMHO. :)   -s.  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: "robert.cowley" <robert.cowley@MCI2000.com> Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 23:08:49 -0800   Reading these articles with interest, I guess in my Lutheran Church they don't care what is played for the Postlude, they just want to get out of there and get lunch! (Like most good Lutherans they enjoy their food!) :>)))   LATER... Bob C.   ---------- > From: Shirley <pnst@itw.com> > To: PipeChat <pipechat@pipechat.org> > Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off > Date: Tuesday, February 03, 1998 1:51 PM > > At 18:56 02/03/98 EST, you wrote: > > >Well, just another consideration, but why do we keep playing those silly > >postludes anyway. You do need something after the dismissal, but I usually > >play a verse of the last hymn with a short intro and exit tagged on and it > >suits the service fine and is no workout for me either. I save the "real" > >postludes for Easter and Christmas! There is no reason the postlude couldn't > >be done away with, in my opinion. > > > >RandyT > > > I once knew an organist who used pseudo-change ringing on the tower chimes > that went outside for the postlude. Was rather anti-climactic, tho. > > I came to the conclusion that I do the more difficult postludes for me... a > performance opportunity for a new piece, or just for the satisfaction of > playing something really fun.... I'm my own audience.... as well as God. > Invigorating. > > -s. > > "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" > PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics > HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org > List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org > Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org > Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org  
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: Jim H <BALD1@prodigy.net> Date: Mon, 25 Aug 1997 21:30:26 -0500   Shirley wrote: > > At 18:56 02/03/98 EST, you wrote: > > > > > > > > playing something really fun.... I'm my own audience.... as well as God. > Invigorating. > Yes, and nobody hears if you made a mistake. My sentiments exactly.   Jim > -s. > > "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" > PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics > HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org > List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org > Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org > Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org  
(back) Subject: Shirley & the TO From: kwkeller@juno.com (KARL W KELLER) Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 23:55:14 EST   Shirley is one darn good theatre organist . Her teacher was Leonard MacClain for TO and Robert Elmore when she studied classical organ. A few years ago, at age 23, Shirley made a trip to California and recorded her first and only LP on the 3/27 Wurlitzer at the Carson Studio in Hollywood. The album was called "SHIRLEY" and is now a collectors item. I have one copy of this recording which I will sell for $1,000,000.   I hope Shirley won't be mad at me for "tooting her horn".   Karl Musica est Dei donum optimi   _____________________________________________________________________ You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. Get completely free e-mail from Juno at http://www.juno.com Or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]    
(back) Subject: Re: Postlude Showing Off From: cremona84000@webtv.net (bruce cornely) Date: Wed, 4 Feb 1998 00:13:05 -0500   >as an AGO dean.... do not countenance >5-piece voluntary recycling   Not on your life... and as a person in the pew I liked it even less. In fact, playing was so boring that one Sunday evening a placed a $5 bill on the music rack with a note that if the Swell Trompette was used in combination the $5 could be kept. It was one of the few times I heard that reed. It is amazing what people can get away with, AND be loved for it!   bruce cornely o o o __________ o o o ago (dean) ohs o o __________ o o  
(back) Subject: Re: Shirley & the TO From: Shirley <pnst@itw.com> Date: Wed, 04 Feb 1998 00:06:26   At 23:55 02/03/98 EST, you wrote: > A few >years ago, at age 23, Shirley made a trip to California and recorded her >first and only LP on the 3/27 Wurlitzer at the Carson Studio in >Hollywood.   A *few* years ago? <<laff>> Oh, to be that young again! :)   --Shirley  
(back) Subject: Re: VOICER NEEDED FOR ORLANDO PROJECT From: dougcampbell@juno.com (Douglas A. Campbell) Date: Wed, 04 Feb 1998 00:06:14 EST     On Mon, 19 Jan 98 11:26:25 -0500 steve.lamanna@tavsnet.com writes: > >Hi list... > >I attended the meeting of the central Florida Chapter of ATOS on >Sunday to see >what was up with the installation of the 3/22 at Lake Brantley High >School... > >It is about 80% up and running.....and the chapter is now looking for >bids to >voice the instrument on or around June...... > >We need some help and suggestions as to some likely canditates >folks........any >suggestions and/or contact info would be appreciated to me, as they >have asked >me to start assembling a couple of bids for this... >   >Steve LaManna Dear Steve,   I might suggest that you contact Richard Schneider of Schneider Pipe Organs in Illinois. His email is <Arpncorn@Dave-World.net>   Hope this helps     Douglas A. Campbell Skaneateles, NY   _____________________________________________________________________ You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail. Get completely free e-mail from Juno at http://www.juno.com Or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]