PipeChat Digest #4125 - Monday, November 24, 2003
 
Rockford cathedral
  by "james nerstheimer" <enigma1685@hotmail.com>
ORGAN MUSIC FOR SALE
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18th cty barrel organ 06
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BILL VAN PELT'S EMAIL ADDRESS  (x post)
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A stupid question re Franck
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Re: A stupid question re Franck
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(back) Subject: Rockford cathedral From: "james nerstheimer" <enigma1685@hotmail.com> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 09:41:14 -0600   Played an awesome Wicks yesterday at St. Peter's, Rockford, IL. 47 ranks built in 1978. Divided Swell with the reeds in their own box with the string and celeste, and the biggest honking 16' and 32' Bombardes I've = seen around here. They have that nice oil drum rattle as you descend below AAA =   which seems to intensify as you reach the bottom. I swear I could almost see the ripples in the air! Bigger scale than those in St. Ita's, = Chicago. Nice set of war trumpets lurking just behind the facade. Flutes were colourful and satisfying. Keyboards rather worn and noisy although generally in good shape. Was Wicks still using remote setterboard combination actions in the late 70's? This was not a trip action nor = could I find a setter button.   I found their use of the divided Swell made a most versatile organ. The divided Swell can be coupled as one or seperately. One of Wicks' better jobs and well worth a trip out to see.   jim   O):^)   _________________________________________________________________ Share holiday photos without swamping your Inbox. Get MSN Extra Storage now! http://join.msn.com/?PAGE=3Dfeatures/es    
(back) Subject: ORGAN MUSIC FOR SALE From: <quilisma@cox.net> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 08:00:56 -0800   PLEASE CONTACT DR. SHAY DIRECTLY AT:   EdShay@colacoll.edu   I'M JUST POSTING THIS FOR HIM.   N.B. - THIS IS A NEW LIST; SOMEONE BOUGHT *ALL* THE MUSIC ON THE FIRST LIST POSTED   THANKS!   BUD         ORGAN SCORES OF EDMUND SHAY     Alain, Jehan. L'Oeuvre d'Orgue, vol. III (Alphonse Leduc, Paris) 1971. $4. Trois Pi=E8ces (Alphonse Leduc, Paris) 1952. $4   Albright, William. The King of Instruments, A Parade of Music and Verse. (C.F.Peters, New York). $8   Albright, William. Organbook III (C.F.Peters, New York). $6   Bach, Johann Sebastian. S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, vol. 1, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1979. $10. (All of the volumes by Heinz Lohmann are like new, and were used for study purposes only.)   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, vol. 2, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1979. $10   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, vol. 4, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1979. $10   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, vol. 5, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1978 $10.   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, vol. 6, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1968. $10.   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, vol. 8, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1971. $10   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, vol. 9, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1979. $10   Bach, Johann Sebastian. Clavier=FCbung, Part III, ed. by Riemenschneider (Carl Fischer, NY) 1959. $4   Bach, Johann Sebastian. Six Organ Chorals (Schubler), ed. by Riemenschneider (Oliver Ditson Co.) 1942. $3   Bach, Wilhelm-Friedemann. Organ Works (Kalmus) $1.   Balbastre, Claude. Noels, vols. 1 &2 (Kalmus) $1. for the set.   Barber, Samuel. Toccata Festiva, Op. 36 (G. Schirmer). Full score. $3.   Barber, Samuel. Toccata Festiva, Op. 36 (G. Schirmer). Organ with Piano reduction of the orchestral part. $2.   Barber, Samuel. Choral Prelude on "Silent Night." (G. Schirmer) $1.   Barber, Samuel. Wondrous Love Variations (G. Schirmer) $1.   Beethoven, Ludwig van. Suite for a Mechanical Organ (Hinrichsen) $1.   Bellini, Vincenzo. Sonata per Organo in G (Doblinger, Wien) $8.   Bennett, John. Six Voluntaries For Organ, (Novello, London) 1988. $4.   Brahms, Johannes. Werke f=FCr Orgel, edited by Bozarth (G. Henle Verlag, M=FCnchen) 1987. $5.   Bruckner, Anton. Orgelwerke, ed. by Haselbock (Doblinger) $4.   Bruhns, Nicolaus. 3 Praeludien un Fugen, (Kalmus, New York) $2.     Buck, Dudley. The Star Spangled Banner, Concert Variations, (McAfee Music, Dayton) 1975. $2   Buxtehude, Diderich. Nine Organ Pieces, revised by Finn Vider=F8 with a commentary. (Published with a subsidy from the Danish Research Council for the Humanities in 1972. C. P. Peters is the sole agent.) $10.   Orgelwerke, Band I, edited by Hermann Keller (Peters, Frankfurt) 1938. $2.   Pr=E4ludium und Fuge C-Dur edited by Dietrich Kilian (Verlag Merseburger, Berlin) 1963. $1.   Orgelwerke, vol. I, edited by Spitta, Seiffert and Kraft (Breitkopf, Wiesbaden) 1952.Specially hardbound to lie flat when open. It is also of historical interest in that the interpretation marks are those of Helmut Walcha. $9.   Free Compositions for The Organ, vol. 1, in clean, never-used condition (Belwin Mills) $2   Cabanilles, Juan. Ausgewahlte Orgelwerke, Heft I, ed. by Gerhard Doderer (Willy Muller, Heidelberg) 1977. Like new. $9   Cabanilles, Juan. Complete Organ Works, vol. 2 (Belwin Mills, New York). Like new. $6.   Callahan, Charles. Lenten Music for Manuals, (MorningStar) 1990. $2 Partita on Hymn To Joy, (MorningStar) 1993. $1 Partita on Adeste Fideles, (Concordia) 1988. $1 6 Mediations on American Folk Hymns (Concordia) $3   Charpentier, Jean-Jacques Beauvarlet. Douze No=EBls, Vari=E9s pour = l'Orgue, vol. 2 (Concordia, Saint Louis) 1977. $4   Corrette, Michel. Troisieme Livre de pieces d'Orgue, ed. by Dufourcq, vol. 2 (Bornemann, Paris) Never used. $6.   Dalton, James (editor). Faber Early Organ Series, European Organ Music of the Sixteenth & Seventeenth Centuries, vols. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, (vols. 11 & 12 edited by Glan & Elmer), 16, 17, and 18. (Faber Music Limited, London) 1987. $80 for all 12 = volumes.   Dandrieu Jean-Francois. Noels (Kalmus). $1.   Dandrieu Jean-Francois. The Well Tempered Organist, (Saint Mary's Press, New York). Contains Offertoires and Magnificats. $1.   Davies, Peter Maxwell. Sonata for Organ (Chester Music, London) $3   Decker, Pamela. Passacaglia for organ (Hindon, Chapel Hill) 1984. $3   Dello Joio, Norman. Laudation (Marks Music) $1.   Diemer, Emma Lou. Preludes to the Past (Sacred Music Press) $5   Diemer, Emma Lou. Preludes to the Past, vol. 3. (Sacred Music Press) $5   Doppelbauer, Josef Friedrich. Fantasie und Fuge Doblinger, Wien) 1985 $4.   Dornel, Louis Antoine. Organ Book, vols. 1 & 2 (Kalmus) $1 for each.   Dubois, Theodore. Six Pieces for Organ, ed. by T. Tertius Noble (J. Fisches, New York) 1949 $2.   Dubois, Theodore. Ten Pieces for the Organ (G. Schirmer) $2   Dumage, Pierre. First Organ Book (Belwin Mills) $1. Dello Joio, Norman. Laudation (Marks Music) $1   Eberlin, Johann. 9 Toccatas and Fugues (Kalmus) $1.   Elgar, Edward. Sonata in G Major, Op.28 (Kalmus) $2.   Elgar, Edward. Pomp and Circunstance, No. 1 in D, Op. 39 (Boosey & Hawkes) $2.   Elgar, Edward. Pomp and Circunstance, No. 4 in G ed. by Bryan Hesford (Fentone Music, England) 1986. $2.   Faure, Gabriel. Sicilienne, arr. by Hesford (Belwin Mills) $1.   Faure, Gabriel. Pavane, arr. by Hesford (Belwin Mills) $1   Fischer, Johann C. F. Musical Bouquet (Belwin Mills) $2   Fischer, Johann C. F. Ariadne Musica, ed. by Townsend (Sam Fox Publishing, New York) 1963. $3   Foss, Lukas. Four Etudes for Organ (Carl Fischer, New York) $3.   Franck, Cesar. Choral en la mineur (Schott, Mainz) 1984. $2.   Franck, C=E9sar. Trois Chorals, edited by Finn Videro, clean, like new. (Wilhelm Hansen, Kobenhavn) $2   Frescobaldi, Girolamo. Fiori Musicali, edited by Keller (Peters, Leipzig) 1943. $3   Froberger, Johann J. Ausgewahlte Orgelwerke (Barenreiter, Ausgabe 381) $4.   Gallat-Morin, Elisabeth et Gilbert, Kenneth. Livre D'Orgue de Montr=E9al, =C9dition Critique ISBN 2-920907-08-5 (Les =C9ditions Jacques Ostiguy, Qu=E9bec) 1988. $25 (never used)   Geoffroy, J. N.(attributed to). Livre d'Orgue, edited by Jean Bonfils, Le Pupitre collection de musique ancienne (Heugel, Paris) 1974. $15 (Clean, like new.)   Gigout, Eugene. Grand Choeur Dialogue (Schirmer) $1.   Gigout, Eugene. Ten Pieces (Master Music, Florida) $6.   Gigout, Eugene. Grand Choeur Dialogue, 4 Interludes, for manuals only (Editiion Musicus, New York) $2.   Gigout, Eugene. Toccata (Marks Music) $1.   Gigout, Eugene. Toccata (Marks Music) $2. New   Graun, Carl Heinrich. Concerto for Cembalo or Organ and String Orchestra Willy Muller) Score only, $2.   Guilain, Jean Adam. Suites of the First to Fourth Tone (Belwin Mills) $1.   Guilmant, Alexandre. The Organ Music Of.., ed by Wayne Leupold (McAfee Music) $8.   Guilmant, Alexandre. Organ Album, vol.2, 15 Selected Pieces, ed. by W.C. Carl (Boston Music Co.) 1902. $2.   Guilmant, Alexandre. Piece Caracteristique, Prelude Funebre, and Cantilena (Harmonia, Uitgave) $3.   Guilmant, Alexandre. Lamentation, Op. 45 (G. Schimer, New York) $1.   Guilmant, Alexandre. Fugue Grave, Prelude Fugue, Fughetta, Fughetta de Concert (Harmonia, Uitgave) $3.   Guillou, Jean. Sagas, Toccata (Alphonse Leduc, Paris) $6. Like new; never used.   Guinaldo, Norberto. English Carols for the Organ (Flammer) 1985. $3.   Haan, Raymond H. Festival Hymn Preludes (Sacred Music Press) $1 Organ Reflections for Adven, Christmas, and Epiphany (Sacred Music Press) $1 Three Spirituals For Organ (MorningStar) $2 O Worship the King (Broadman Press) 1979. $2 A Second Book of Contemplative Hymn Tune Preludes (Flammer) $1 The King of Love (Sacred Music Press) $2   Handel, George Frideric. Six Organ Concertos, Op.4, Organ Solo (Kalmus, New York) $2   Water Music (Novello, London) 1966. $2   Concerto in F major, Second Set No. 1, for organ and orchestra, edited by Terence Best (Oxford University Press, Oxford)1984. No string parts. $5   The Handel Book of Organ Music, Transcriptions from the Oratorios, Operas and Instrumental Pieces, arr. by Arthur Wildman (Belwin Mills) $1   Hanff, Johann. Chorale Preludes (Harmonia. Uitgave) $3. New   Haydn, Joseph. Works for Flute Clock, for keyboard, two hands (R.D.Ros Music/Carl Fischer) 1965. $1   Held, Wilbur. Those Wonderful Welsh, set 2 (MorningStar) $3 7 Settings of American Folk Hymns (Concordia) $3 Christmas Comes Again (MorningStar) $3 Six Carol Settings (Concordia) $2 Hymn Preludes for the Pentecost Season (Concordia) $2 Organ Music for Funerals and Memorial Services, bk. 1 (Augsburg) $3 A Suite of Passion Hymn Settings (Concordia) $1 Hymn Preludes for the Autumn Festivals (Concordia) $2   Heron, Henry. Ten Voluntaries (Harmonia, Uitgave) $4. The manuscript is dated 1765.   Hewitt, James. The Battle of Trenton, ed. by E.Power Biggs (Merion Music) $2.   Honegger, Arthur. Two Pieces for Organ, Fugue, Choral. (London, J &W Chester). $1.   Ireland, John. Elegiac Romance (Belwin Mills) $1.   Ives, Charles. Variations on "America" and "Adeste Fidelis (Mercury Music). $1   Janacek, Leos. Compositions for Organ (Joshua Corp., New York) $3.   Johnson, Bernard. Canzonet and Caprice (Stainer & Bell, London) $3.   Johnson, David N. Earth and all Stars (Augsburg) $1.   Johnson, David N. Trumpet Tune in D Major (Augsburg) $1.   Jongen, Joseph. Priere No.3, Op.37 (Durand, Paris) $3. Like new.   Karg-Elert. Nun danket alle Gott , op. 65 (Breitkopf,Wiesbaden) $2. Now Thank We All Our God , Op. 65 (Marks Music, NY) 1941. $2.   Kellner, Johann Peter. Organ Works, vol.41 (Harmonia, Uitgave) $5.   Kellner, Johann Peter, and Johann Christian Kittle. Chorale Preludes and Fantaisias, vol.40 (Harmonia, Uitgave) $5.   Kirchner, Theodor. Orgelkompositionen (Schott, Mainz) $3.   Krebs, Johann Ludwig. S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, Band I (Breitkopf #8411, Wiesbaden) 1985. $12.   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, Band II (Breitkopf #8413, Wiesbaden) 1985. $12.   S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, Band III (Breitkopf #8415, Wiesbaden) 1986. $12.   Orgelwerke, edited by Walter Z=F6llner (Peters, Frankfurt) 1938. $2.   Toccata and Fugue in A Minor, edited by David Pizarro (G. Schirmer, New York) 1984. $2.   Masterpieces of Organ Music, edited by Norman Hennfield (Liturgical Music Press, New York) 1944. $1.   Krieger, Johann. Preludes and Fugues (Belwin Mills) $1.   Langlais, Jean. Suite Br=E8ve (S. Bornemann, Paris)1947. $2.   Langley, Robin (editor). English Organ Music, An Anthology From Four Centuries in Ten Volumes (Novello, London) 1988. All volumes, except a missing volume 5. $25.   Lebegue, Nicolas. Complete Organ Works, vols. 1,2,3. (Belwin Mills) $2 for each.   Lef=E9bure-W=E9ly, Louis J. A. Sortie, (Harmonia-Uitgave) 1978. $3.   Leguay, Jean-Pierre. Sonate II ppur orgue (Henry Lemoine, Paris) $1.   Lejet, Edith. Triptyque (Lemoine, Paris) $2.   Lemmens, N. J. Trois Sonates Pour Orgue, No. 1 Pontificale (Rob. Forberg, Musikverlag, Germany)1980. $8.   Lenel Ludwig. Two Pieces For Organ based on Ancient Church Melodies (Concordia) $1   Leyding, Georg D. S=E4mtliche Orgelwerke, edited by Klaus Beckmann (Breitkopf #8405, Wiesbaden) 1984. $4.   Liszt, Franz. Organ Works, vol. II (Kalmus/Belwin Mills) $2. (Never used.)   Litaize, Gaston. Low Mass for Every Occasion (Belwin Mills) $1.   Locklair, Dan. Pageant for Sally (e.c.kerby ltd., Toronto) $1.   Lully, Jean-Baptiste. Suite in C Majore, arr. by Bryan Hesfore (Fentone Music) $1.   Kuhnau, Johann. Two Preludes & Fugues and a Toccata (Belwin Mills) $1.   Marpurg, Friedrich W. Eight Chorale Preludes, ed. by Emery (Novello, Kent) $3.   Marpurg, Friedrich W. Five Marpurg Fugues, ed. by Thompson (Augsburg) $3.   Martin, Frank. Passacaille, for String Orchestra, UE12167, an arrangement of the original organ piece of the same name, (Universal Edition, Zurich) $10.   Mathias, William. Organ Concerto, Op. 91 (Oxford University Press) 1985, = $30 Berceuse (Oxford University Press, Oxford) 1986. $3 Antiphonies (Oxford University Press, Oxford) 1984. $4. Organ Concerto, Op. 91, full score (Oxford University Press, Oxford) 1985. $10.   Mendelssohn, Felix Bartholdy. S=E4mtliche Werke. Kompositionen f=FCr die Orgel (contains Op. 37 and Op. 65), cover missing. (Peters, Frankfurt) $1.   Mendelssohn, Felix Bartholdy. Sonate II f=FCr Orgel, edited by Rudolf Walter (Schott, Mainz) 1984. $2.   McCabe, John. Dies Resurrectionis (Novello) $1.   McCabe, Michael. Flourish and Chorale (Randall M. Egan) $1.   Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Drei St=FCcke F=FCr Die Orgel, ed. by Brinkmann (B=E4renreiter) 1943. $3 (Contains research notes for new edition.)   Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Pantasie f=FCr Orgel, F minor, edited by Alfred Glaus (Peters, Frankfurt) $1.   Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Fantasia in F Minor, ed. by Anthony Newman (G. Schirmer, New York) 1978. $3.   Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. S=E4mtliche Kirchen Sonaten, vol. II, Five Sonatas for Two Violins Bass and Organ (Barenreiter) $4. String parts included.   Nivers, G. G. Premier Livre d'Orgue, 1665, vols. 1 and 2, restitu=E9 Dufourcq (Bornemann, Paris)1963. $10 for the set.   Oberdoerffer, Fritz. Fantasy and Fugue in E Minor (Peters) $1   Oldroyd, George. Three Liturgical Improvisations (Oxford) $2   Pachelbel, Johann. 3 Ciaconas, Incognita Organo, vol. 31, edited by Ewald Kooiman (Harmonia, Uitgave) 1985. $3.   Ciaconen, Fugen und Ricercari, edited by Max Seiffert (Kistner & Siegel, Lippstadt) $1.   Paine, John Knowles. The Complete Organ Works Of..., ed. by Leupold (McAfee Music) $3.   Pepping, Ernst. Kleines Orgelbuch (B.Schott, Mainz)1968 $3. Concerto I (B.Schott, Mainz) 1942 $2. Concerto II (B.Schott, Mainz) 1942 $2.   Persichetti, Vincent. Sonata for Organ (Elkan-Vogel) $1. Chorale Prelude: Give Peace , O God (Elkan-Vogel) $1. New   Pierne, Gabriel. Three Pieces, Op. 29 (Kalmus) $2.   Poulenc, Francis. Concerto en Sol Mineur, organ score (Salabert, Paris) Excellent condition. $7.   Powell, Robert J. Voluntarien On Sacred Harp Tunes (Abingdon) $1.   Prelleur, Peter & John James. Ten Eighteenth-century Voluntaries (Oxford, England) $4. New   Purcell, Henry. The Organ Works, ed. by McLean (Novello, London) 1957. $2.   Purcell, Henry. Trumpet Tunes and other Ayres (Novello, London) $1.     Purcell, Henry. Eight Suites for Harpsichord, ed. by Ferguson (Stainer & Bell, London) $3.   Purvis, Richard. An American Organ Mass (Harold Flammer) $1.   Read, Gardner. Eight Preludes on Old Southern Hymns (H.W.Gray) $1.   Reger, Max. Introduktion Passacaglia und Fuge f=FCr die Orgel , Op. 127 (Universal-Edition,Bote & G. Bock, Berlin) 1913. Paper cover is somewhat worn, but the score itself is in excellent condition. $4   Four Preludes and Fugues, Opus 85, edited by Bedell (Edition Musicus, New York) $1   Benedictus, Opus 59, edited by Bedell (H.W. Gray, New York) $1   Fantasy and Fugue on the Name of "Bach," Op. 46 (Belwin Mills, New York) $1.   Respighi, Ottorino. Three Pieces (Masters Music, Florida) $2.   Roberday, Francois. Fugues and Caprices (Belwin Mills) $1.   Roberts, Myron J. Blessed Assurance (H.W.Gray) $1.   Robinson, McNeil. Dismas Variations (T. Presser, Bryn Mawr) $1.   Rowley, Alec. Greensleeves (Edwin Ashdown, Limited) $1.   Scheidt, Samuel. Werke, Band VI, Tabulatura Nova, teil I und II (Ugrino Verlag/C. F. Peters, Hamburg) 1953. $10   Scheidt, Samuel. Werke, Band VII, Tabulatura Nova, teil III (Ugrino Verlag/C. F. Peters, Hamburg) 1953. $10   Scheidt, Samuel. Das G=F6rlitzer Tabulaturbuch, edited by Mahrenholz (Peters, Leipzig) 1941. $2   Schoenberg, Arnold. Variations on a Recitative (H.W.Gray) $2.   Schroeder, Hermann. Fantasie, Opus 5b (Schott, Mainz) 1931. $1   Schumann, Robert. Fugen, Op 60, Urtext (Peters) $2.   Seeger, Joseph. Acht Toccaten und Fugen (Heuwekemeijer, Amsterdam) $3.   Sibelius, Jean. Processional, Onward, Ye Peoples! (Galaxy Music) $1.   Sousa, John Philip. The Stars and Stripes Forever, arr. by E. Power Biggs (Thoedore Presser) $1.   Sousa For Organ, Six Great Marches (Belwin Mills) $2.   Speed, Robert M. Partita on "Was Gott Tut" (Randall M. Egan) $1.   Thiman, Eric H. Times and Seasons, Five Pieces (Novello) $1.   Thiman, Eric H. Four Occasional Pieces for Organ (G. Schirmer) $1.   Titelouze, Jean. Complete Organ Works, v.1 (Belwin Mills, NY) $2.   Titelouze, Jean. Complete Organ Works, v.2 (Belwin Mills, NY) $2.   Verdi, Giuseppi. Grand March from Aida, arr. by Hesford (Fentone) $2.   Vierne, Louis. Symphony No. 1, Op. 14 (Kalmus, New York) $1. Symphony No. 2, Op. 20 (Belwin Mills, Melville) $1.   Walther, Johann Gottfried. Ausgew=E4hlte Orgelwerke, vol. 3, Freie Orgelwerke, edited by Heinz Lohmann (Breitkopf,Wiesbaden) $3.   Weaver, John. Toccata for Organ (Boosey & Hawkes) $4.   Werner, G. J. Concerto in B-flat for Organ, Strings, and 2 Chalumeau (Doblinger, Wien) 1975. Score only. $4. New   White, Louie L. Reflections on Southern Hymn Tunes (Belwin Mills) $1   Widor, Charles Marie. Symphony No. 2, Op. 13 (Belwin Mills, Melville) $1. Symphony No. 4, Op. 13 (Belwin Mills, Melville) $1. Symphony No. 6, Op. 42 (Marks, New York) $1. Symphony No. 7, Op. 42 (Marks, New York) $1. Symphonie gothique, Op. 70 (Schott, Mainz) $4.   Williams, R. Vaughan. Three Preludes (Stainer & Bell) $2. Good condition. A Vaughan Williams Organ Album (Oxford) $2.         Wood, Dale. Preludes and Postludes, vol.3 (Augsburg) $1. Brother James' Air (Sacred Music Press) $1. Music for Organ (Sacred Music Press) $1.   Wright, Searle. Prelude on "Brother James's Air" (Oxford) $1.   Wyton, Alec. Flourish (Theodore Presser). $1.     Dr. Edmund Shay Columbia College 1301 Columbia College Drive Columbia, SC 29203 803-786-3613 EdShay@colacoll.edu            
(back) Subject: 18th cty barrel organ 06 From: "Andr=E9s G=FCnther" <agun@telcel.net.ve> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 14:39:42 -0400   Andres Gunther agun@telcel.net.ve   18th Cty Barrel Organ part 06 (the missing movement)   18th cty barrel organ part 06   As it's often the case on a fresh restored and assembled precision = mechanism several adjustments became necessary in the following weeks. A damping bar for the brass claves became necessary to reduce the noise (which BTW explained what a mysterious row of pikes at the clavier rail was for). The roller wasn't at level and a new axle bearing had to be made, and so on.   All these previous listed works were routine. What had to be started new = the reconstruction of the missing parts of the movement. The lost pieces were precisely the most important ones: The automatic start-stop-roller reset device with its hoop-wheel; the feeder bellows motor and the snail driver for the roller advance. I had to subject the chassis to a close = examination for scratches, markings and traces left by the original pieces and guess = out what all these empty axle points and holes had been for. Here my hobby as wall clock collector became a great help, as well as the "Bruder-Book". Nevertheless I spent a good quantity of time figuring out, making designs, lathing/milling prototype gears in acrylic, trying out, re-designing, lathing again, trying out again until I had achieved something acceptable (and hopefully close to the original). Finally the definitive start-stop mechanism and feeder bellows motor was finished - but the mechanism stalled! The wind pressure was too high, therefore the wind system overloaded the whole movement. I had to lower = the wind pressure and with it the cut ups of the pipe mouths. This changed the whole scaling values, and a new scaling chart had to be made. Speaking of scale, the narrow pipes on low wind pressure (30 mm [1-1/4 inch] at the a' foothole) have a far too quiet sound volume to 'fill out' a large hall. I think that perhaps for this reason somebody had raised the wind pressure, upcuts and pitch in a former intervention- with disastrous results. (BTW = the scale is original since there is no place on the chest for wider scaled pipes).   After that I had to design the snail driver. With only the facts in mind that the roller had to advance 11,5 mm in the course of seven turns, and after that the roller had to reset to original position without too much noise or damage to teeths or pins, a "technical Sherlock Holmes" again sat at his desk with pencil and calculator until late night hours. "Why, our chief engineer has terrific softwares for that", Mr. Cupello = said when I told him what I was doing. Yes, but an artisanal made artifact = which is 200+ years old and out of original shape has values which don't match into a rigid calculation. This needs gray matter! I will spare more technical details here; enough to say: the snail driver and automatic = roller reset design gave me the most to think.   Meanwhile, big changes happened in Venezuela. Dec. 1998 a new government = had been elected and in february 1999 -scarcely a week before the barrel organ played for the first time- the new President was put on charge and all the government related offices got new personnel. What made big expectancies = was that the new government was acclaimed to be left oriented and nobody knew what could happen. This gave origin to all kinds of rumors and fears, but Mr. Cupello's order was: "Keep working on the organ and don't worry".   End february 2000 I had a snail driver prototype in place and the roller finally advanced in proper form without aid. The noise of the mechanism = had been reduced to an acceptable level, and the barrel organ ran at accurate speed. Therefore the tune could be enterily appreciated in all its beauty for the first time...   (will be ctd.)      
(back) Subject: BILL VAN PELT'S EMAIL ADDRESS (x post) From: <ScottFop@aol.com> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 13:48:14 EST   Does anyone have Bill Van Pelt's email information? Any help will be much =   appreciated. Thanks!   -Scott   Scott F. Foppiano Cantantibus organis Caecilia Domino decantabat.    
(back) Subject: Re: BILL VAN PELT'S EMAIL ADDRESS (x post) From: "William Evans" <whevans@softcom.net> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 11:08:19 -0800   Hi Scott Bill's personnel address = wvanpelt@erols.com = Bill Evans = Elk Grove,Ca.         ----- Original Message -----=20 From: ScottFop@aol.com=20 To: pipechat@pipechat.org ; piporg-l@listserv.albany.edu ; = Theatreorgans-L@theatreorgans.com=20 Sent: Monday, November 24, 2003 10:48 AM Subject: BILL VAN PELT'S EMAIL ADDRESS (x post)     Does anyone have Bill Van Pelt's email information? Any help will be = much appreciated. Thanks!   -Scott   Scott F. Foppiano Cantantibus organis Caecilia Domino decantabat.    
(back) Subject: Re: BILL VAN PELT'S EMAIL ADDRESS (x post) From: "Karl Moyer" <kmoyer@marauder.millersville.edu> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 19:35:22 -0500   Does anyone have Bill Van Pelt's email information? Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks! > Yeah: bill@organsociety.org   Karl E. Moyer Lancaster PA    
(back) Subject: A stupid question re Franck From: "Glenda" <gksjd85@direcway.com> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 18:44:44 -0600   The first Choral, to be precise. I have not studied the history of Franck's works, and know only what I've read on jacket covers and in anthologies and the like. I know I should read Rollin Smith's works to gain in-depth knowledge, and will do so one day for sure.   However, I have always thought that the 'ditty' found in the final couple of pages of the Choral No. 1 (particularly at the end) was reminiscent of one of the two Lefebure-Wely pieces I have heard more than once (both of them sorties if I am right, but am too tired and lazy to look them up and confirm). I know the piece was not dedicated to him but to someone else (don't have my music in front of me, so cannot remember, but recall the Final being instead dedicated to ALJL-W). Is this musical phrase's likeness only a coincidence, or is it an actual musical allusion or pun?   Which of Smith's works, if either, would be best for exploring the reasons for Franck's dedications and the recognizable motifs/allusions, if any?   Also, in perusing Google, I came across the following site:   http://www.dovesong.com/MP3/MP3_Franck.asp   Please note that it lists several of the organ works played by Tournemire, but the site is closed. Are there extant recordings on the market of Tournemire's playing Franck?   Please accept my gratitude for graciously suffering my ignorance.   Glenda Sutton gksjd85@direcway.com (who did stroll in and see the new Taylor and Boody in Pensacola on her business rounds today. Swell shutters - praise be to God!)        
(back) Subject: Re: A stupid question re Franck From: "M Fox" <ophicleide16@direcway.com> Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 17:45:50 -0800     ----- Original Message -----=20 =46rom: "Glenda" <gksjd85@direcway.com> To: "'PipeChat'" <pipechat@pipechat.org> Sent: Monday, November 24, 2003 4:44 PM Subject: A stupid question re Franck     > However, I have always thought that the 'ditty' found in the final > couple of pages of the Choral No. 1 (particularly at the end) was > reminiscent of one of the two Lefebure-Wely pieces I have heard mor= e > than once (both of them sorties if I am right, but am too tired and= lazy > to look them up and confirm). I know the piece was not dedicated t= o him > but to someone else (don't have my music in front of me, so cannot > remember, but recall the Final being instead dedicated to ALJL-W). = Is > this musical phrase's likeness only a coincidence, or is it an actu= al > musical allusion or pun?   Hi Glenda (and list)   According to Smith, the dedication is to Gigout (or Guilmant, or Augu= sta Holm=E8s). A very tangled tale. If the part you mean is the little figure that sounds sort of like an ascending curlicue flourish, Smith doesn't mention it at all (in Play= ing the Organ Works of CF, which is the only one I have).     > Please note that it lists several of the organ works played by > Tournemire, but the site is closed. Are there extant recordings on= the > market of Tournemire's playing Franck?   Yep. I have an LP (Opal 811, probably from the 70s -- and I guess tha= t between being an LP and being from the 70s, "extant" probably isn't t= he operative description) dubbed from the original Polydor 78s recorded = in April/May 1930. Tournemire plays the Choral in a minor, Cantabile, an= d Pastorale, as well as two things from L'Organiste: Chant de la Creuse= & No=EBl Angevin). Haven't listened to it for years and have no recollection o= f any particular insights or peculiarities he offers.   Michael Fox >