PipeChat Digest #1260 - Tuesday, February 8, 2000 Montreal Tourist Info by "Rebekah Ingram" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Fw: dusty treasures, retired divas, and Rector vel fundamentus (you by "Bob Scarborough" <email@example.com> churches by "Bud" <Quilisma@socal.rr.com> Poulenc's Concerton in g minor & McCartney's Yesterday by <KriderSM@aol.com> RE: Bish/Rufatti by "Storandt, Peter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> WONDERFUL New Choral/Organ CD by <ScottFop@aol.com> Re: dusty treasures, retired divas, and Rector vel fundamentus(you trans by "Charles Wertalik" <email@example.com> Hammond Liturgical Sounds by "Erik Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds by "Bob Scarborough" <email@example.com> Re: Orange Curtains, politics, Hammonds, etc. by "Bob Scarborough" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: dusty treasures, retired divas, and Rector vel fundamentus (you trans by <Innkawgneeto@webtv.net> Re: churches by <Innkawgneeto@webtv.net> Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds by "Bud" <Quilisma@socal.rr.com> Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds by <DudelK@aol.com> Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds by <DudelK@aol.com>
(back) Subject: Montreal Tourist Info From: "Rebekah Ingram" <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 18:12:33 -0500 This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=3D_NextPart_000_0037_01BF7196.E79E2F40 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3D"iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I will probably be going to Montreal for my Spring Break this year. =3D (This is assuming my six day camping trip doesn't work out.) I know a couple of people on =3D this list know this=3D20 area pretty well. If you're one of them, please drop me a line. I'm a =3D real limited budget.=3D20 At least it doesn't cost anything to look at the organs! ;) -Rebekah ------=3D_NextPart_000_0037_01BF7196.E79E2F40 Content-Type: text/html; charset=3D"iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> <HTML><HEAD> <META content=3D3D"text/html; charset=3D3Diso-8859-1" =3D http-equiv=3D3DContent-Type> <META content=3D3D"MSHTML 5.00.2314.1000" name=3D3DGENERATOR> <STYLE></STYLE> </HEAD> <BODY bgColor=3D3D#d8d8d8> <DIV><FONT size=3D3D2>I will probably be going to Montreal for my Spring = =3D Break this=3D20 year. (This is assuming my</FONT></DIV> <DIV><FONT size=3D3D2>six day camping trip doesn't work out.) I know a =3D couple of=3D20 people on this list know this </FONT></DIV> <DIV><FONT size=3D3D2>area pretty</FONT><FONT size=3D3D2> well. If you're = =3D one of them,=3D20 please drop me a line. I'm a real limited budget. </FONT></DIV> <DIV><FONT size=3D3D2>At least it doesn't cost anything to look at the =3D organs!=3D20 ;)</FONT></DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV><FONT size=3D3D2>-Rebekah</FONT></DIV></BODY></HTML> ------=3D_NextPart_000_0037_01BF7196.E79E2F40--
(back) Subject: Re: Fw: dusty treasures, retired divas, and Rector vel fundamentus (you transla... From: "Bob Scarborough" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 15:23:29 At 05:59 PM 2/7/2000 -0500, you wrote: >That's ONE reason why I've never pursued a church position. I was just >informed I lost a maintainence contract because of church politics- >someone in the congregation has a cousin in the business. I know that >persons reputation- oh well, don't call me!<snip> Churches function basically as social clubs, and have the same social stratification and polarization. There's nothing professional about most of them, and the internal politics is sort of a hobby to many, including the clergy. None for me, thank you VERY much! dB
(back) Subject: churches From: "Bud" <Quilisma@socal.rr.com> Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 15:49:53 -0800 Bob Scarborough wrote: > Churches function basically as social clubs, and have the same social > stratification and polarization. There's nothing professional about = most > of them, and the internal politics is sort of a hobby to many, including > the clergy. None for me, thank you VERY much! > > dB > It really makes me sad that the above is true, because there was a time = when I was a devout Anglo-Catholic. I still believe the RELIGION, but I'm hard-pressed to find a church in which to PRACTICE it, never MIND the art = of church MUSIC. Most of the Anglo-Catholic churches have either gone wild-eyed radical = left, or stone-cold somewhere-to-the-right-of-Attilla-the-Hun right, and they = ALL (left AND right) have their political litmus tests. On the left, if you like traditional liturgy and music, don't bother = coming to OUR church; on the right, if you don't hate just about everybody but white upper-middle-class Republicans (particularly minorities of ANY kind, the poor, etc.), you're invited to look elsewhere for your Sunday morning inspiration. God FORBID you should mention the SOCIAL implications of the Gospel in = THOSE places. Neither stance has anything to do with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Wasn't = it Chesterton who said "Christianity hasn't FAILED; it's never been TRIED"? Cheers, Bud
(back) Subject: Poulenc's Concerton in g minor & McCartney's Yesterday From: <KriderSM@aol.com> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 19:25:32 EST The same goes for Lennon & McCartney's body of works also! Stan Krider Useful English conversions: Basic unit of laryngitis: 1 hoarsepower Karl E. Moyer advised us that: <snip> Good quality music usually withstands organ sounds not fully authentic to the composer's expectations. The Poulenc is surely a very strong score and will survive amost ANY organ.
(back) Subject: RE: Bish/Rufatti From: "Storandt, Peter" <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 18:23:55 -0600 Arghhh! Just came back from a quick spin to Claremont area, CA, and South = Carolina. The UCC Glatter-Goetz/Rosales is something to behold; likewise Lynn = Dobson's Opus 65 at the University of South Carolina. But Columbia's Trinity Episcopal Cathedral's new III/73 Casavant left me cold. It was scarcely better than G'ville's First Baptist machine. Hope things are looking up for you. Peter -----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2000 11:56 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: RE: Bish/Rufatti >I am dismayed by what I read as a sort of > categoric anti-Italian sneer in your message. > It's as though after getting caught knocking > RC church music, you have shifted to > knocking a prominent Italian organ builder. Careful, Peter! You'll wind up on Dessert Bob's schpinnette's for sale mailing list!! ;-) bruce cornely ~:~:~ email@example.com gainesville, florida http://community.webtv.net/cremona84000/ALLHAILTHEPOWERand http://community.webtv.net/hydrant/TheBeaglesNest "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org List: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Administration: mailto:email@example.com Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
(back) Subject: WONDERFUL New Choral/Organ CD From: <ScottFop@aol.com> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 19:31:16 EST I just purchased my copy of a fantastic new organ and choral CD. It = features the 45 voice semi-professional choir and Mander pipe organ of Christ = Church Cranbrook (Episcopal) in Bloomfield Hills, MI under the direction of = Charles Raines, Organist-Choirmaster and Leslie Wills, Organist. Not only is the choir in top form vocally but the organ sounds = magnificent. The performance of the choir is refined, the diction is very clear and = well executed, and, in some places- quite interesting indeed. The organ is = played beautifully and the choir accompanied sensitively and appropriately. = There are places where a single 8' flute accompaniment is as clear and defined = as one could ever ask for or require, a testament to Mander's superb = artistry. Charles Raines, a colleague who serves on the Detroit Chapter AGO board of = directors with me, has done a splendid job in bringing some wonderful and fresh music to the ears of listeners with this recording, in fact I plan = to get some repertoire ideas from the recording for the choir at the National = Shrine of the Little Flower. (Thanks, Charles!) In closing, there is no reason not to have this CD and I recommend it with = the highest possible praise I can give to it. I found my copy at the = Harmony House Classical Store on Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak, just north of the Shrine on the east side. I am certain that one can acquire copies by contacting Christ Church Cranbrook as well. Thank you Charles, Leslie, = choir and Mander for a fantastic new addition to my recording collection! Repertoire as follows: This Is the Day (Gerald Near, GIA) The Eyes of All Hope In Thee, O Lord (Richard Felciano, EC Schirmer) Know That the Lord Is God (GF Handel/arr: Pfautsch, Lawson-Gould) It Is Good To Give Thanks (Jane Marshall, Lorenz) Stayed On Jesus (Alice Parker Pyle) The Lord Is My Light (Peter Hallock, GIA) The Lord Is Mindful (E. Diemer, Hinshaw) Laudamus Te (Rene Clausen, Mark Foster Music) A Beautiful Thing (Jane Marshall, GIA) Tantum Ergo (Michael Sitton, Paraclete Press) Jesu, the Very Thought of Thee (Richard Proulx, GIA) Let My Prayer Come Up As the Incense (Peter Hallock, Ionian Arts) Psalm 134 (J. Sweelinck, EC Schirmer) Nunc Dimittis (Geoffrey Burgon from "Brideshead Revisited") Laudate Pueri (Diego Ortiz, Vanderbeek & Imrie) Evening Hymn (Realization of David Willcocks, figured bass Henry Purcell- Cambridge University Press) A Prayer of St. Francis (Gerald Near, Aureole Editions) So Much To Sing About (Craig Phillips, EC Schirmer)
(back) Subject: Re: dusty treasures, retired divas, and Rector vel fundamentus(you translate it) From: "Charles Wertalik" <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 19:39:37 -0500 Bud, the thought comes to mind: Who the hell does the Rector think he is? (OK, he's the Rector.) But these rectors, priests and other clergy have = been put on a pedestal for so long that they think their u-no-wot doesn't = stink! Now I realize you'd really rather keep your job, but at what price? And = the former director needs to be told, in no uncertain terms, that she should mind her own %#@!!&* business. Oh, did that feel GOOD !! Ruckus to follow, I'm sure. Mmm mmm mmm. Regards, Chuck ----- Original Message ----- From: Bud <Quilisma@socal.rr.com> To: PipeChat <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Monday, February 07, 2000 1:01 AM Subject: Re: dusty treasures, retired divas, and Rector vel = fundamentus(you translate it) > It's all so silly because they've only HAD a choir for about eight years .... > five with the diva and three with me ... and I'm the first professional > ORGANIST they've EVER had ... this is a NEW parish ... about fifteen = years > old tops ... NOTHING is old enough to claim the sanction of immemorial > custom, much less tradition. > > I SAID something directly to the Rector about his discussing the music with > the retired diva, and he just about took my head off. "I am THE RECTOR = and I > can talk to anybody I please about anything I please." The ethical dimension > he refused to see. > > There are no music committees, personnel committees, etc. in our church. For > good or for ill, the organist (and everybody else, for that matter) = works > for the Rector, not the Vestry, and can be hired and fired at the = Rector's > pleasure with no recourse to anything or anybody else, including the Bishop. > That's in their canon law ... sounds like rectorial power-tripping to = ME, > but oh well ... > > The Clerk of the Vestry asked me tonight why I wasn't jumping up and = down > over my very modest raise. I said. "Karen, NO amount of money buys them the > right to abuse me, insult me, question my integrity and/or ability as a > church musician, constantly nag me, etc. etc. etc. ... if I was ABLE to = DO > anything else, I would, but I'm not." But I really don't know how long = I'm > going to put up with them. > > Cheers, > > Bud > > > > > "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" > PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics > HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org > List: mailto:email@example.com > Administration: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:email@example.com > >
(back) Subject: Hammond Liturgical Sounds From: "Erik Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 19:42:01 EST Greetings All, I would enjoy hearing from other members (including Bud) what drawbar "registrations" you have come up with. Other than the 4man Casavant upstairs in the church - once a month I have to play a mass in the chapel which has (eeeek) an X-66 (I think) - the model with the crome columns holding it up! Attached is a huge speaker cabinet which is way to = oversized for the chapel (seats 70). Come on - let me in on some of that Hammond magic now - if I have to play this beast once a month - I would at least like to make it sound good! All the Best, The_Maitre ______________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com
(back) Subject: Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds From: "Bob Scarborough" <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 17:49:04 At 07:42 PM 2/7/2000 EST, you wrote: >Greetings All, > >I would enjoy hearing from other members (including Bud) what drawbar=20 >"registrations" you have come up with. Other than the 4man Casavant=20 >upstairs in the church - once a month I have to play a mass in the chapel= =20 >which has (eeeek) an X-66 (I think) - the model with the crome columns=20 >holding it up!<snip> Holy mackarel! An X-66 inna CHURCH! This is a first to me! > Attached is a huge speaker cabinet which is way to oversized=20 >for the chapel (seats 70).<snip> Bigger speaker can only help. Hopefully, it's a Leslie. If not, a Series 12 tone cabinet by Hammond, perchance? >Come on - let me in on some of that Hammond magic now - if I have to >play this beast once a month - I would at least like to make it sound good!<snip> Well, I have news...not all of it good! the X-66 is a one-of-a-kind model, and isn't a tonewheel organ. The tonewheels were used solely to develop "pilot" tones that were fed into frequency dividers, =E0 la your basic tackier e-orgs of the same period. Thus, there is no "mistuning", as does exist is better analong organs, and even in true tonewheel organs, known as the "ensemble" effect. All octaves and their derivations are locked in frequency and phase, giving the organ a "sterile" sound, at best. One thing the X-66 has in common with the H-100s and X-77, however, are more drawbars, namely the I and II bars, providing approximations of the 7th and 9th, and 10th and 12th harmonics. This helps a lot to disspell the "dull" sound of earlier 9 drawbar models. As a public service to you, I shall include some single stops that I've jotted down over the years, along with some suggested ensembles: Prinicpal 8' 00 7765 010 10 Octave 4' 00 0707 043 01 Nazard 2 2/3' 00 0050 050 03 Fifteenth 2' 00 0005 005 04 Mixture IV 00 0000 011 05 Now, in theory, (YMMV), by taking the strongest harmonic of each column (unless two entries are equal, then you add a notch), you'd end up with a bright diapason chorus at: 00 7867 065 15 Note that you only want a taste of the I drawbar...it provides the 7th and 9th of the 8' harmonic series; too much and you'll end up with a reedy quality. Now for flutes: Bourdon 8' 00 7020 000 00 (also makes a convincing Tibia) Gedackt 8' 00 6030 100 00 (tierce makes it a little more "windy") Quintaten 16' 43 0000 000 00 Open Flute 8' 00 4612 131 00 (bright, tone down upper threedrawbar to dull it down) R=F6hrflote 4' 00 4010 001 12 Strings are tough, at best, on any Hammond...but: Contragamba 16' 25 2220 000 00 Gamba 8' 00 4562 021 34 Salicional 8' 00 4641 020 20 Voile 8' 00 1255 111 12 (pp, almost a bright aeoline) Reeds are even worse, but there are a few: Trumpet 8' 00 4767 787 87 (loud, use less funadmentall in lower registers) Cremona 8' 00 5142 030 20 Clarinet 8' 00 6060 021 30 OPHICLIEIDE 8' 00 6888 788 88 (100' wind, pump swell to add more!) Clarion 8' 00 0406 088 78 ....and so it goes. I'll see if I can try some combos for you later. Next, we'll talk about....walking! DeserTBoB=09 > >All the Best, > >The_Maitre >______________________________________________________ >Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com > > >"Pipe Up and Be Heard!" >PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics >HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org >List: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org >Administration: mailto:email@example.com >Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > > > >
(back) Subject: Re: Orange Curtains, politics, Hammonds, etc. From: "Bob Scarborough" <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 18:01:57 At 03:08 PM 2/7/2000 -0800, Bud the Wiser wrote: >The DoubleSpeak of "1984" has indeed arrived, but on the RIGHT, not the >LEFT ... I listened to the Friday morning Bible class spend their time >shredding President Clinton's State of the Union Address (the BIBLE = >STUDY CLASS, mind you ... oh well...), and I had to wonder what >President and what address THEY listened to ...certainly not the one EYE >did (grin, sorta). What they disagree with, they demonize with such >vehemence that there is NO room WHATSOEVER for discussion; Welcome to "religious conservatism", sometimes called "compassionate" >No, it's "IF YOU DON'T STOP DOING THUS-AND-SUCH, WE'RE (1) GONNA >GET YOU FIRED (that tactic, at least, has failed so far)<snip> Usual response from a republican management type. The "Curtain" has millions of 'em. >and/or (2) WE'RE GONNA LEAVE THE CHURCH AND TAKE ALL OUR >MONEY WITH US (two families actually HAVE).<snip> My response: "Good! Leave! Join up with the "tilt-up" place down the road! After all, all you're trying to do here is turn the House of God into a social club for Pharisees! Good bye, good luck, and good = RIDDENCE!" >To the Rector's credit, he won't submit to that kind of blackmail, but I >think more because it challenges HIS authority, rather than from any >desire to support ME. Remember...most Espissypalians ARE republicans... >My spies tell me that Hammond/Suzuki hasn't shown up at the national >trade shows the past year or two<snip> Ham/Suz is at NAMM at the LA Convention Center this weekend. ....though a dude HAS set himself up as >the Hammond/Suzuki dealer in San Diego ... poor thing! He's trying to go >head-to-head with the ALLEN and RODGERS dealerships on church sales >(grin). I suppose he'll make a few sales to churches who aren't looking at >anything but the bottom = line.<snip> Not the same market, really. The "fellow" is fellow HamTech member George Fish, of Fish Organs, in San Diego, http://members.aol.com/fishorgans Here's a story that'll curl your collective hairs! George made his first sale of a new Elegante to a church...and took an Allen ADC7300D in TRADE! This is part of the "dumbing down" of religious services and music. They wanted the Hammond to do contemporary crap, and wanted no part of solely"traditional" organ sounds. No doubt among us = that the Allen would run rings around the "Elegante" in organ repertoire, but...that's the way it's going, folks! The "tilt-up" churches, independent and selling an ultra-right wing line of pseudo-religious politics are taking over. The "pastors" usually run the whole shebang single handedly, and mollify the "faithful" with pop music and telling = them what they want to hear from the pulpit. I might add that most of these "pastors" get quite wealthy in the process...witness the white Lincoln = Town Cars that seem to be their vehicles of choice. >The CS-235 has most of the same problems as the 825 ... note in >particular that the Swell has an 8' Open Diapason and a 2' Super Octave, >but no 4' Principal (!), and, like the 825, there's no 8' FLUTE on the = Swell Yes, the specification is quite amusing, isn't it? ROFL >Oddly, the STRINGS are the worst stops on the 825, and most electronic >organs can come up with HALFWAY decent strings.<snip> String ranks are only slightly less harmonically challenging to replicate than loud reeds. The smaller the scale of the prototype, the harder it gets. One thing about strings, like reeds, that bedevils the designer of an electronic dupe is that the tapering off of higher partials isn't necessary smooth and linear. A very keen, biting Viole d'Orchestre, in = its lower register, can have as many as 50 audible, discreet harmonics, and some are accentuated more than others, even with an open pipe! Slotted pipework such as this provides a harmonic formant that was all-but-impossible to duplicate in analog organs, such as early Allens and the like, due to this uneven emphasis of harmonic content. Add to this is "windiness" of small scale with its attendant inharmonics, and it gets worser 'n worser. Digital technology makes this job a lot more 'doable', but it's never easy, nor are results predictable. Reeds present another challenge all their own. Trying to faithfully reproduce that "blatt" of a high pressure chorus reed, or the "beep" of a regal-type is a tough nut to crack! >In fairness, for an AGO console in the $10K-$15K range, they're probably >tolerable if you add external speakers<snip> A must. "Console" speakers invariably always suck! Still, for a new (if one must have new, with a warranty) 2 manual practice instrument, this would work pretty well, and would be cheaper than any new Allen or = Rodgers, or even comparable Johannus. >But even a little Galanti would play more music, I'd think ...<snip> Ahlborn-Galanti's got a bad rap for peeling Formica consoles and general shoddiness, but I've not heard one. Also not heard by me are the new "Brewse Cornely" line of Bawldwin digitals. Can anyone give us some = insight? DeserTBoB PS: Gotta old Bawldwin schpinette you don't want? Contact Brewse in Gainesville, FL...he's starting a Bawldwin Schpinette Museum, I hear! Note: MUST have "Fun Machine"! BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA!
(back) Subject: Re: dusty treasures, retired divas, and Rector vel fundamentus (you translate it) From: <Innkawgneeto@webtv.net> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 20:57:17 -0500 (EST) >>low-end church organ market ... it failed miserably (grin).<< Bud, perhaps, but those old things just refuse to die. Talk about durability, longevity, whatever else-ity you want to say. Much like that warbly soprano that REFUSES to retire from choir. Neil
(back) Subject: Re: churches From: <Innkawgneeto@webtv.net> Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2000 21:26:43 -0500 (EST) >>and the internal politics is sort of a hobby to many, including the clergy.<< This is unfortunately dead on. Another angle on this, is that you have frustrated middle manager types as chairpersons of church committees "practicing" their managing -- less to do w/ church, more to do with "moi". >>"Christianity hasn't FAILED; it's never been TRIED"?<< Which is why, dear friends, what we do is SO vitally important. It takes a special breed to actually make it in church music (full or part time notwithstanding). Getting through is many times all there is, and God knows that. He's there right beside us. I can still hear that old timey preacher exhorting us: "Press on!" My own translation: "Hang in there!" Neil
(back) Subject: Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds From: "Bud" <Quilisma@socal.rr.com> Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 18:29:05 -0800 I don't have a whole lot of combinations from memory ... I still use the charts, even after all these years ... in fairness, I never played a Hammond regularly OR professionally until I "retired" (grin) ... managed to avoid them, for the most part ... but I still like to TINKER with them. Oboe - 00 - 2888 - 000 Clarinet - 00 - 8060 - 400 Quintadena - 00 - 8020 - 000 Strings - 00 - 2232 - 332 (Vibrato Chorus I) - increase proportionally for louder Open Diapason (sorta), or just a general decent sound - 00 - 8765 - 432 Hymns (Gt) - 00 - 8746 - 235 Hymns (Sw) - 00 - 8604 - 003, or 00 - 8706 - 005 Flute and String - 00 - 8232 - 332 - increase upper partials if it isn't "stringy" enough Also, pull the back off the console and see where your "brightness" control is set ... I find you get a better, mellower sound if the brightness is turned DOWN ... you can use more upper partials without them screaming ... oh, that's right, this is a newer model ... your brightness control may be somewhere else. Maybe Bob can favor us with a "stoplist" of the X-66 ... I don't know what gadgets it has on it ... Cheers, Bud Erik Johnson wrote: > Greetings All, > > I would enjoy hearing from other members (including Bud) what drawbar > "registrations" you have come up with. Other than the 4man Casavant > upstairs in the church - once a month I have to play a mass in the = chapel > which has (eeeek) an X-66 (I think) - the model with the crome columns > holding it up! Attached is a huge speaker cabinet which is way to = oversized > for the chapel (seats 70). > Come on - let me in on some of that Hammond magic now - if I have to = play > this beast once a month - I would at least like to make it sound good! > > All the Best, > > The_Maitre > ______________________________________________________ > Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.com > > "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" > PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics > HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org > List: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > Administration: mailto:email@example.com > Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
(back) Subject: Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds From: <DudelK@aol.com> Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2000 00:11:58 EST In a message dated 2/7/00 8:51:38 PM Eastern Standard Time, email@example.com writes: << >Greetings All, >> My favorite combo in prep school long ago was (amazing how long-term = memory endures) 878766554 with vibrato 3. I think that was meant to be full = theatre sound. Another (can't remember what historic period) was 808606006 . Maybe = that was full English cathedral with smothered enclosed reeds????
(back) Subject: Re: Hammond Liturgical Sounds From: <DudelK@aol.com> Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2000 00:14:53 EST In a message dated 2/7/00 9:31:18 PM Eastern Standard Time, Quilisma@socal.rr.com writes: << Quintadena - 00 - 8020 - 000 >> Saints be praised! A Quintadena sound on a Hammond? Hope it's not as ugly = as virtually every one I've heard with wind-blown pipes and weather-beaten = sail!