PipeChat Digest #587 - Tuesday, November 10, 1998
 
Console wind supply
  by "LAMAR BOULET" <lmar@hotmail.com>
Re: Non-Traditional Stops...
  by "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "bruce cornely" <cremona84000@webtv.net>
Re: Non-Traditional Stops...
  by "bruce cornely" <cremona84000@webtv.net>
Re: Skinner Strings
  by "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net>
Re: Non-Traditional Stops...
  by <Prestant16@aol.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net>
Re: Non-Traditional Stops...
  by <Afreed0904@aol.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Bob Scarborough" <desertbob@truelink.net>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by <Afreed0904@aol.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "bruce cornely" <cremona84000@webtv.net>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Jim Swist" <jswist@quickturn.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Stanley Lowkis" <nstarfil@MediaOne.net>
Happy Clappy
  by <George.Greene@rossnutrition.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net>
Re: Happy Clappy
  by "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net>
Re: Happy Clappy
  by <Afreed0904@aol.com>
Re: Happy Clappy
  by "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net>
Fw: Upcoming restauration of St-Ouen organ (cross X)
  by "Bonnie Beth Derby" <orge@dreamscape.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Glenda" <gksjd85@access.aic-fl.com>
Re: Tierce mixtures and Carillon mixtures
  by "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@stlnet.com>
Addresses
  by "Bud" <budchris@earthlink.net>
What's in a name? (Was: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not
  by "Richard Schneider" <arpncorn@davesworld.net>
Re: Console wind supply
  by "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@stlnet.com>
Re: Non-Traditional Stops...
  by "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@stlnet.com>
toast, anyone?
  by "VEAGUE" <dutchorgan@svs.net>
Re: Other terms than "Toaster"
  by <Musmachns@aol.com>
Re: Non-Traditional Stops...
  by "Kevin Cartwright" <kevin1@alaweb.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Adrianne Schutt" <maybe@pipcom.com>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Bob Scarborough" <desertbob@truelink.net>
Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation
  by "Cliff Benham" <cbenham@bellatlantic.net>
Music needed -please help!
  by "Tom Hoehn" <thoehn@theatreorgans.com>
 


(back) Subject: Console wind supply From: "LAMAR BOULET" <lmar@hotmail.com> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 11:09:58 PST   A problem---during remodeling of church, construction crews managed to damage the console wind supply line. The damage is at a spot that is not easy to get to. Is there a special blower available to supply seperate static pressure. I was informed that the static should be about 6 to 8 inches. This is a three manual console. Any ideas will be welcomed. Thanks. Lamar Boulet   ______________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com  
(back) Subject: Re: Non-Traditional Stops... From: "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 19:20:23 -0700   ><<happy >> > >Define "happy." >   As in "the joy of the Lord. . ." 'Come before Him with Gladness" "As with gladness men of old . . ."   Etc. etc.   What's wrong with being happy in the the presence of Abba Father? Must we always cower in fear of judgement?   Dennis   P.S. Did you see my post last night re St Pauls?      
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: cremona84000@webtv.net (bruce cornely) Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 14:16:22 -0500 (EST)     >Is this some kind of super duper electronic > organ, or do they really have a top quality > kitchen appliance? Super duper?? Why yes! Those are some of the attached superlatives to the appliance in question, although it certainly does not quality as either kitchen or top quality IMHO. ;-)   >Actually, calling an electronic organ a "toaster" > is not completely correct . . . a toaster has no > significant electronics in it, being more > electro-mechanical. I AM SO SORRY!!! I APOLOGIZE!!!! To all of those companies to produce the wonderful kitchen appliances, commonly called "toasters", I am sorry to have incorrectly associated with those, um, er, ah..... other things.   > By that logic, it would be more proper to refer > to a direct-electric action pipe organ as a > "toaster". Nah! The presence of pipes cancels a multitude of sins.   ........................bruce cornely........................ o o o o ______________ o o o o d o g s ______________ o o h o o a o o ______________ o o p s   ............. cremona84000@webtv.net ............     Acquiring a dog may be the only opportunity a human ever has to choose a relative. -- Mordecai Siegal    
(back) Subject: Re: Non-Traditional Stops... From: cremona84000@webtv.net (bruce cornely) Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 14:18:07 -0500 (EST)     >Define "happy." Good grief, Alan! You're starting to talk like a democrate! hehehe   ........................bruce cornely........................ o o o o ______________ o o o o d o g s ______________ o o h o o a o o ______________ o o p s   ............. cremona84000@webtv.net ............     Acquiring a dog may be the only opportunity a human ever has to choose a relative. -- Mordecai Siegal    
(back) Subject: Re: Skinner Strings From: "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 19:24:54 -0700       Hehehe I used to play a "toaster" and when I would call the "home office" about a problem their responses were:   1) It's supposed to be that way; 2) No one else has complained.     As a computer programmer, I find I frequently use these "standard replies" in dealing with users. They don't like them either. :-)   Dennis      
(back) Subject: Re: Non-Traditional Stops... From: Prestant16@aol.com Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 14:27:40 EST   I've been thinking of having glass bottels filled with baby oil (to tune them) and use it as an 8' oor 4' flute. Baby oil instead of water, which will evaporate. I would use the lead tubing like on tubular pnumatic organs, like H&H used on their Pattented orchesteral flutes.   -William C.  
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 12:35:05 -0700     > By that logic, it would be more proper to refer > to a direct-electric action pipe organ as a > "toaster". Nah! The presence of pipes cancels a multitude of sins.     Then there's the solution! I have some organ pipes, I will build them into an attractive display and attach them to the front of the speaker enclosures for my electronic organ -- all sins are forgiven! Hallelujah! I feel clean!   Dennis      
(back) Subject: Re: Non-Traditional Stops... From: Afreed0904@aol.com Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 14:28:46 EST     In a message dated 11.9.98 2:18:06 PM, dgoward@uswest.net writes:   <<As in "the joy of the Lord. . ."   'Come before Him with Gladness"   "As with gladness men of old . . ."       Etc. etc.       What's wrong with being happy in the the presence of Abba Father? Must we   always cower in fear of judgement?>>   OK--no surprise--I'm totally with you, all the way. Enthusiastically and happily!   Alan  
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: Bob Scarborough <desertbob@truelink.net> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 11:40:00 -0800   At 07:00 PM 11/9/98 -0700, Dennis Goward wrote: >..... they have a very, very, very large >"toaster oven", > >Is this some kind of super duper electronic organ, or do they really have a >top quality kitchen appliance? > >Actually, calling an electronic organ a "toaster" is not completely correct >. . . a toaster has no significant electronics in it, being more >electro-mechanical. By that logic, it would be more proper to refer to a >direct-electric action pipe organ as a "toaster".   Yes. I agree. BUT...does the "toaster" have a "brown 'n serve" feature?   DeserTBoB    
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: Afreed0904@aol.com Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 14:40:00 EST     In a message dated 11.9.98 2:31:01 PM, dgoward@uswest.net writes:   <<I have some organ pipes, I will build them into an attractive display and attach them to the front of the speaker enclosures for my electronic organ>>   Oh, Dennis, you're going retrogressively against the current again. As somebody else pointed out a couple months ago, the hot thing now is to have a fine tracker, but put huge speaker baffles (no need for drivers and cones and the like; you don't even have to wire them to anything) up there in front of the pipes so that people are think you are chic and with it and have a neat electronic instrument.   Alan  
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: cremona84000@webtv.net (bruce cornely) Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 14:47:31 -0500 (EST)       >Nah! =A0 The presence of pipes cancels a > multitude of sins.   >Then there's the solution! I have some organ > pipes, I will build them into an attractive > display and attach them to the front of the > speaker enclosures for my electronic organ ....and this will please your ears? They must be the ONLY sound producing portion (chimes/harp excepted)   >-- all sins are forgiven! Hallelujah! I feel clean! Nah! Now you have the sin of omission (of working pipes) hehehe ....not to mention the sin of deception....   deeper     deeper       deeper         deeper       d   e   e   e   e   e   p   e   r   | | | | V     hehehe     ........................bruce cornely........................ o o o o ______________ o o o o d o g s ______________ o o h o o a o o ______________ o o p s   ............. cremona84000@webtv.net ............     Acquiring a dog may be the only opportunity a human ever has to choose a relative. -- Mordecai Siegal    
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: Jim Swist <jswist@quickturn.com> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 14:58:15 -0500   Here are some weird ones...   I played a wedding at a church once that had an enclosure around the speakers, which someone painted pictures of pipes on. Behind the enclosure were some cylinders that sort of looked like real pipes, but had speakers inside them (didn't Conn or Baldwin do this little trick?).   So we had pictures of pipes hiding fake pipes hiding speakers.   And then when I lived in Belgium there was this beautiful centuries old small town church where I played for a while. Part of the enclosure for the (real) pipe organ had pipes painted it on. So here we had pictures of pipes hiding real pipes.     And then I heard rumor but never saw a case where the fake facade pipes of a division were retained when the division was enclosed (I'm sure enclosing an unenclosed division is not in itself all that odd)   But in this case it would have been a real swell box hiding fake pipes hiding real pipes. And if they had painted pipes on the swell box, you would have had....  
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: Stanley Lowkis <nstarfil@MediaOne.net> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 15:14:13 -0500   Many pizza parlors have real pipe organs and not "Toasters" .. .. .. .. .. .. ....But, they also have "Ovens".     signed, Aunt Chovie  
(back) Subject: Happy Clappy From: George.Greene@rossnutrition.com Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 15:22:34 -0500     Dennis Goward wrote <<But what's wrong with being happy in the house of God?>>   Point well taken, Dennis--"happy" is fine, but the "clappy" and the "ad nauseum" repetition of the choruses really get to me.     Alan wrote <<Define "happy.">>   This is the opposite of the state of mind of the organist when forced to play "happy clappies".      
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 13:35:31 -0700   >Nah! Now you have the sin of omission (of working pipes) hehehe >...not to mention the sin of deception....   Well, it wouldn't be hard to hook the pipes up to make them work, just need a driver board from syndyne, an old sani-magic vacuum, and some wire.   As to the sin of deception, doesn't apply here -- I'm not trying to pass it off as pipe. Besides, ain't no way you could get that much pipe organ in the end of my family room.   No, the only sin of deception here is making people think I can play.   Dennis      
(back) Subject: Re: Happy Clappy From: "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 13:47:15 -0700     >Dennis Goward wrote <<But what's wrong with being happy in the >house of God?>> > >Point well taken, Dennis--"happy" is fine, but the "clappy" >and the "ad nauseum" repetition of the choruses really get >to me. > > >Alan wrote <<Define "happy.">> > >This is the opposite of the state of mind of the organist >when forced to play "happy clappies".     yeah, I can see your point. By the third or fourth time, it does get Olllllld!   I've never been a big one for all the clapping stuff. But it's okay by me for those who are. Just hard to play and clap at the same time.   I get a kick out of it when they say "put your hands together", and people start clapping. I didn't hear him say anything about taking them apart -- just "put your hands together".       Dennis (Being obnoxious for a change)      
(back) Subject: Re: Happy Clappy From: Afreed0904@aol.com Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 16:20:39 EST     In a message dated 11.9.98 3:42:22 PM, dgoward@uswest.net writes:   <<Just hard to play and clap at the same time.>>   Whatsamatter, Dennis? Wasn't it Nicolaus Bruhns who (at Luebeck?) used to sit at his Silbermann (or whatever) and play the pedals to accompany himself on a violin solo?   Alan Freed  
(back) Subject: Re: Happy Clappy From: "Dennis Goward" <dgoward@uswest.net> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 14:39:24 -0700   > >Whatsamatter, Dennis? Wasn't it Nicolaus Bruhns who (at Luebeck?) used to sit >at his Silbermann (or whatever) and play the pedals to accompany himself on a >violin solo?   Oy, vey is mir! I can't play violin, either!   Dennis      
(back) Subject: Fw: Upcoming restauration of St-Ouen organ (cross X) From: "Bonnie Beth Derby" <orge@dreamscape.com> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 17:34:44 -0500   Greetings,   I received this and thought that I would pass it on to you all.   Best regards,   Bonnie Beth Derby orge@dreamscape.com   > Subject: Upcoming restauration of St-Ouen organ > > > >After a recital given by Ben van Oosten last Sunday, I learned that the > >organ of St-Ouen (Rouen, France), Cavaille-Coll's last great masterwork of > >1890, is to undergo a restauration by the French organ builder Renaud (who > >did the restauration of St-Sulpice in Paris in 1991). Work is scheduled to > >start in summer 1999. > > > >It is true that the organ starts to get tired and fragile: van Oosten told > >me that when playing tutti, he had to remove virtually all 32' and 16' > >foundation stops, to keep a stable wind supply! He also had to apply some > >other tricks. > > > >Let us all hope for a successful restauration, so that this magnificient > >instrument will again produce its beautiful sound in its full glory! > >    
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: "Glenda" <gksjd85@access.aic-fl.com> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 17:34:41 -0600   DeserTBoB stated in pertinent part: .. . . . > Yes. I agree. BUT...does the "toaster" have a "brown 'n serve" feature?   To which I reply:   If yours doesn't, just light a cigarette lighter and throw it inside.   Glenda Sutton      
(back) Subject: Re: Tierce mixtures and Carillon mixtures From: "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@stlnet.com> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 18:07:33 -0600 (CST)   At 11:47 AM 11/9/98 EST, Scott Foppiano wrote:   >Can anyone tell me- why were tierces included in chorus mixtures in past= eras?   Basically to add more body to the sound of the chorus, as the quints also do. Tierce mixtures worked very well in the days when most organs were tuned to 1/4-comma meantone, which makes the thirds sound nice and pure, but they tend to sound rather less satisfactory in equal temperament. Still, tierce mixtures can still sound good if the tierce is voiced not to be too prominent, and some recent instruments have included them, such as the Mander in St. Andrew's, Holborn and the Andover rebuild in the Episcopal Cathedral in Providence, R.I. Ideally, on a large organ one might have one tierce mixture and one with quints only -- e.g. Tierce Mixture 15.17.19.22 and Quint Mixture 22.26.29, so that one could get a contrast of timbres at will by using either or both mixtures. Alternatively one might have a separate Tierce stop which one could add at will as a chorus colorer. =20   >Second question: the National Shrine Kilgen has a III rank Carillon in the >Choir division. It's pitches (I believe, without the specs right in front= of >me) are 2-2/3', 1-3/5' and 1'. What were these mixtures intended to be= used >for? Solo lines? Ensembles? Effect? I know that many romantic French organs >had them but I am curious since they seem to be rather rare, in fact- these >days one only seems to see them on older instruments. >   The Carillon generally is 12.17.22 as in your example, usually on the Choir division, and as its name suggests is supposed to sound a little like tiny bells. It is a solo rather than a chorus stop and can be used as a rather piquant alternative to the usual solo Sesquialtera 12.17. I believe Cavaill=E9-Coll used Carillons in some of his organs, and a number of= American organ builders, most notably Ernest M. Skinner, also did so, especially in the 1920's and 1930's.   Hoping this helps to answer your questions,=20   John.    
(back) Subject: Addresses From: Bud <budchris@earthlink.net> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 17:19:36 -0800   Does anyone know the addresses for subscribing to Orgue-l and/or Anglican Music (or something like that)?   Thanks!   Bud    
(back) Subject: What's in a name? (Was: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not From: Richard Schneider <arpncorn@davesworld.net> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 19:27:51 -0600   On Monday, November 9, 1998, Dennis Goward <dgoward@uswest.net> dared to say the following:   > Actually, calling an electronic organ a "toaster" is not completely > correct <snip> being more electro-mechanical. By that logic, it would > be more proper to refer to a direct-electric action pipe organ as a > "toaster".   Careful, Dennis, Careful. . .   > I shall now duck behind a solid object.   Better hope it's electrocution-proof!   Actually, I would agree with the following:   > a toaster has no significant electronics in it   If we temporarily amend the definition of a pipeless substitute to the above definition!   So, since we all now realize that there's essentially nothing significant inside the (usually) fiberboard box, why don't we all agree on the "non-confrontational" definition of SANDBOX?   At least: it's accurate. After all, most of these things are made up of silica. . . with a bunch of copper strung between them.   Fair enough?   Faithfully,   "Arp"   Richard Schneider President/CEO Schneider Pipe Organs, Inc. Organbuilders <arpncorn@davesworl.net> 41-43 Johnston Street P.O. Box 137 Kenney, Illinois 61749-0137 USA   (616) 482-3139 AMVOX (217) 944-2527 FAX (217) 944-2454 VOX  
(back) Subject: Re: Console wind supply From: "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@stlnet.com> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 19:48:25 -0600 (CST)   At 11:09 AM 11/9/98 PST, Lamar Boulet wrote:   >A problem---during remodeling of church, construction crews managed to >damage the console wind supply line. The damage is at a spot that is >not easy to get to. Is there a special blower available to supply >seperate static pressure. I was informed that the static should be >about 6 to 8 inches. This is a three manual console. >Any ideas will be welcomed. Thanks. Lamar Boulet   If the construction crews damaged it, it is their responsibility to make good the damage, however difficult it is to get at and however expensive this makes it. This is what construction companies have liability insurance for. Get your church's lawyer onto it!   John.    
(back) Subject: Re: Non-Traditional Stops... From: "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@stlnet.com> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 19:48:29 -0600 (CST)   At 02:27 PM 11/9/98 EST, you wrote: >I've been thinking of having glass bottels filled with baby oil (to tune= them) >and use it as an 8' oor 4' flute. Baby oil instead of water, which will >evaporate. >I would use the lead tubing like on tubular pnumatic organs, like H&H used= on >their Pattented orchesteral flutes. > >-William C.   What would you call this? You might have called it "Fl=FBte =E0 Biberon" (baby's bottle flute) -- except that that name is already used for a kind of Rohrfl=F6te!=20   John.    
(back) Subject: toast, anyone? From: "VEAGUE" <dutchorgan@svs.net> Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 21:26:33 -0500   Have been catching this discussion on ' toasters '. We always called them ' plug-ins ' ( I sold Rodgers in the ' 70's ). To strings, there is nothing like Wurli. frying bacon with lush vox's, and a Violone 16 ' pedal for good defined bass. Something new : Guys, if you value your man-hood, DON'T sit on a Howard Seat. As for all, make sure the wood bench is not polished or waxed--I have entered same, and kept right on going! So much for my 1 1/2 cents- worth. Rick    
(back) Subject: Re: Other terms than "Toaster" From: Musmachns@aol.com Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 22:32:15 EST   My favorite which is a tad less rude is "a well modulated fuse-box" A. Struble  
(back) Subject: Re: Non-Traditional Stops... From: Kevin Cartwright <kevin1@alaweb.com> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 21:26:58 -0600   John L. Speller wrote: > What would you call this? You might have called it "Flûte à Biberon" > (baby's bottle flute) -- except that that name is already used for a kind of > Rohrflöte!   Or, Möller's failed attempt to use soiled baby bottle nipples; the Wheez-O-Matic stop (Wheezin' enChamade, etc). This used a ring on a pnumatic bellow to squeeze the base of the nipple for the tuned wheeze it makes. The wheeze was tuned by sizing the hole. Just don't let it go too flat, then it has to be replaced and redrilled. Rumor has it there was a 16' stop formed using a range from buffalo milk-feeding bottle tops to the standard baby bottle tops... There was also a Wheezard 2 2/3' every now and then.   I'd better shut up before I get further behind than I am already.   Anyway,   Kevin C. kevin1@alaweb.com      
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: Adrianne Schutt <maybe@pipcom.com> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 22:38:11 -0800   At 11:40 AM 11/9/98 -0800, Bob Scarborough wrote: >...does the "toaster" have a "brown 'n serve" feature? Any Hammonds worth having sport that feature, Bob. I can't speak for your H-100, but I'm pretty sure my E/147/D20 could toast half a loaf at a time....and the CV/122/PR40 should do that *and* brown a pie while it's at it. ;->   At 02:47 PM 11/9/98 -0500, bruce cornely wrote: >>-- all sins are forgiven! Hallelujah! I feel clean! >Nah! Now you have the sin of omission (of working pipes) hehehe Following this logic, if I move my Hammonds closer to the "working pipes" of the household plumbing, I should be forgiven. I'm going to go stand my Korg CX-3 in the shower...anybody got a bathing cap for a 61 note clone?   Have fun! Ad (grinning, running and ducking) ;-> http://khyrstye.home.ml.org    
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: Bob Scarborough <desertbob@truelink.net> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 20:58:20 -0800   At 10:38 PM 11/9/98 -0800, Adrianne Schutt wrote: >At 11:40 AM 11/9/98 -0800, Bob Scarborough wrote: >>...does the "toaster" have a "brown 'n serve" feature? > Any Hammonds worth having sport that feature, Bob. I can't speak for your >H-100, but I'm pretty sure my E/147/D20 could toast half a loaf at a >time....and the CV/122/PR40 should do that *and* brown a pie while it's at >it. ;-> <snip>   Hmmm...I shall try some bread dough tonight, and see what I come up with....   DeserTBoB    
(back) Subject: Re: Use of term "Toaster" -- humor, not confrontation From: Cliff Benham <cbenham@bellatlantic.net> Date: Tue, 10 Nov 1998 01:01:47 -0500   A Toaster is also the name of a reasonably good personal computer used among other things to edit, mix and produce video images.    
(back) Subject: Music needed -please help! From: Tom Hoehn <thoehn@theatreorgans.com> Date: Tue, 10 Nov 1998 02:35:48 -0500   Fellow listers: I have been employed by a soon to be married couple to provide suitable music for their Wedding. I am currently looking for an organ transcription of the Brandenburg Concerti by Johanne.   If anyone on the list has any ideas about how I might obtain said musicplease notify me privately.   Thanx in advance.   tom hoehn,organist Trinity Presbyterian Church Clearwater FL.