PipeChat Digest #4403 - Thursday, April 1, 2004
 
Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS!
  by "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net>
Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS!
  by "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net>
Re: Adolphus Busch Hall Organ to be Relocated
  by <Gfc234@aol.com>
Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net>
Re: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday)
  by "Dick Meckstroth" <support@opensystemsorgans.com>
RE: Adolphus Busch Hall Organ to be Relocated
  by "Mari" <mreive@tampabay.rr.com>
Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS!
  by "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net>
Re: Earth Day Sunday
  by "Jan Nijhuis" <nijhuis@email.com>
Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by <quilisma@cox.net>
RE: Langlais on Easter and other topics
  by "Emmons, Paul" <PEMMONS@wcupa.edu>
RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by "Emmons, Paul" <PEMMONS@wcupa.edu>
RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by "Will Light" <will.light@btinternet.com>
Gustavo Andres by the Fountain - 3/31/04
  by "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net>
RE: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday)
  by "Mark & Cinda Towne" <mstowne@concentric.net>
RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by "Mark & Cinda Towne" <mstowne@concentric.net>
Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net>
Re: church prowlers and intruders
  by "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@mindspring.com>
RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by "Glenda" <gksjd85@direcway.com>
Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?
  by "Tim Bovard" <tmbovard@earthlink.net>
Louis Vierne Piece Search
  by <Rachmaninoff45@aol.com>
Re: Louis Vierne Piece Search
  by "noel jones" <gedeckt@usit.net>
 

(back) Subject: Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS! From: "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 13:29:01 -0500   Do you mean as Terminal Titulaire? No word on that, quite yet. It's a = bit soon.   Cheers,   Malcolm ----- Original Message -----=20 From: Innkawgneeto@cs.com=20 To: pipechat@pipechat.org=20 Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 12:15 PM Subject: Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS!     OK, that is incredible.   Now my question: are the applications for the position(s) ready yet? = (grin)   Neil Brown  
(back) Subject: Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS! From: "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 13:29:58 -0500   Hell, there goes another dream! ----- Original Message -----=20 From: Jim McFarland=20 To: pipechat@pipechat.org=20 Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 12:24 PM Subject: Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS!       I have it on good authority that the project will be funded with = profits from the National Railroad Passenger Corporation !!!       Jim  
(back) Subject: Re: Adolphus Busch Hall Organ to be Relocated From: <Gfc234@aol.com> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 13:37:08 EST   In a message dated 4/1/2004 10:58:03 AM Central Standard Time, Lowkis@theatreorgans.com writes: "The new venue will incorporate the enlarged instrument which will be integral to the events at the Boston Convention Center and the enhanced Flentrop-Yamaha should be installed by mid 2006", Flentrop-Yamaha...Dirk is probably rolling in his grave. That is just = wrong. gfc    
(back) Subject: Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 13:38:42 -0500   On 4/1/04 10:29 AM, "Richard Schneider" <arpschneider@starband.net> wrote:   > 1K pardons that I don't know (and for that matter, don't frankly care!) w= hen > Earth Day is. . .   OK, I'll finally pipe in.   When I was in my first parish (North Dakota, 1962), there was a Sunday in late Easter when it was customary (from Olde England, as I recall) when the crops were blessed. At the end of the service, we'd be led by the crucifer out of the church to a high point a block away, from which point you could view the fields in all directions. We'd have there the prayers for the crops, with the huge signs of the cross made in four directions. And it fi= t the propers in those days=8Band probably still does. Easter 4 or 5? Rogate (Easter 5, now Easter 6)? (I recall that that crucifer grew up to be President of Frontier Airlines, out of Denver.)   It was simultaneously secular event of emphasis on the newly discovered ide= a of "ecology" and the "environment." In the shops you could buy decals for your car windows, which were a stylized lower-case letter "e" in two or three shades of green. Sort of an "Arbor Day" thing, but with no connectio= n that I RECALL. =20   Then I came east, forgot about crops and stuff. And then, LONG after North Dakota, some publicity-seeking senator (Wisconsin?=8Bwith good ideas, though) "founded" =B3EARTH DAY.=B2 You can probably find his name on the Net. Each year, even in New York City, it would be "the tenth [or whatever] anniversary of Earth Day." Except that it was MUCH older than that--and th= e =B3committee=B2 should be willing (happy!) to ACKNOWLEDGE that! (I phoned them and whined some years ago; they=B9re NOT [willing].)   Alan        
(back) Subject: Re: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday) From: "Dick Meckstroth" <support@opensystemsorgans.com> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 13:38:42 -0500   > I goofed. April 11 is Easter Sunday in Texas, too.   I thought every Sunday was Easter Sunday in Texas.  
(back) Subject: RE: Adolphus Busch Hall Organ to be Relocated From: "Mari" <mreive@tampabay.rr.com> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 13:47:56 -0500   So, so wrong. Mari -----Original Message----- From: pipechat@pipechat.org [mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org]On Behalf Of Gfc234@aol.com Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 1:37 PM To: pipechat@pipechat.org Subject: Re: Adolphus Busch Hall Organ to be Relocated     In a message dated 4/1/2004 10:58:03 AM Central Standard Time, Lowkis@theatreorgans.com writes: "The new venue will incorporate the enlarged instrument which will be integral to the events at the Boston Convention Center and the enhanced Flentrop-Yamaha should be installed by mid 2006", Flentrop-Yamaha...Dirk is probably rolling in his grave. That is just wrong. gfc    
(back) Subject: Re: Grand Central Terminal - NEWS! From: "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 13:59:03 -0500   On 4/1/04 1:29 PM, "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net> wrote:   > Hell, there goes another dream!   Speaking of whom, he has a reputation for humorously and delightfully playing =B3I=B9ve Been Workin=B9 on the Railroad=B2 in recital!   Alan    
(back) Subject: Re: Earth Day Sunday From: "Jan Nijhuis" <nijhuis@email.com> Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2004 04:09:16 +0800     #90 God of Concrete [Frederick R.C. Clarke and Richard Granville Jones] [from The Hymn Book of the Anglican Church of Canada and the United Church of Canada (1971 edition)]   God of concrete, God of steel, God of piston and of wheel, God of pylon, God of steam, God of girder and of beam, God of atom, God of mine: all the world of power is thine.   Lord of cable, Lord of rail, Lord of freeway and of mail, Lord of rocket and of flight, Lord of soaring satellite, Lord of lightning's flashing line: all the world of speed is thine.   Lord of science, Lord of art, Lord of map and graph and chart, Lord of physics and research, Word of Bible, Faith of church, Lord of sequence and design: all the world of truth is thine.   God whose glory fills the earth, gave the universe its birth, loosed the Christ with Easter's might, saves the world from evil's blight, claims us all by grace divine: all the world of love is thine.   ..... Or maybe you could have the congregation sing to the creator and not = about creation. Just my Reformed bias coming through.     ----- Original Message ----- From: OMusic@aol.com Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 22:44:56 EST To: pipechat@pipechat.org Subject: Re: Earth Day Sunday   > Could someone make a list of all the suggested hymns for Earth Day? Lee       -- Jan Nijhuis nijhuis@email.com   -- ___________________________________________________________ Sign-up for Ads Free at Mail.com http://promo.mail.com/adsfreejump.htm    
(back) Subject: Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: <quilisma@cox.net> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 12:32:22 -0800   Rogation Sunday (Fifth Sunday AFTER Easter, Sixth Sunday OF Eastertide) very definitely still exists ... with the "beating of the bounds" of the parish and the singing of the Litany. Both had to do with driving the devil out of the fields and securing a bountiful harvest free from freezes, floods, droughts, grasshoppers and other disasters.   So there was an "Earth Sunday" about a thousand years or so before the senator "thought it up."   Cheers,   Bud   Alan Freed wrote:   > On 4/1/04 10:29 AM, "Richard Schneider" <arpschneider@starband.net> = wrote: > > > 1K pardons that I don't know (and for that matter, don't frankly > care!) when > > Earth Day is. . . > > OK, I'll finally pipe in. > > When I was in my first parish (North Dakota, 1962), there was a Sunday > in late Easter when it was customary (from Olde England, as I recall) > when the crops were blessed. At the end of the service, we'd be led by > the crucifer out of the church to a high point a block away, from which > point you could view the fields in all directions. We'd have there the > prayers for the crops, with the huge signs of the cross made in four > directions. And it fit the propers in those days=97and probably still > does. Easter 4 or 5? Rogate (Easter 5, now Easter 6)? (I recall that =   > that crucifer grew up to be President of Frontier Airlines, out of = Denver.) > > It was simultaneously secular event of emphasis on the newly discovered > idea of "ecology" and the "environment." In the shops you could buy > decals for your car windows, which were a stylized lower-case letter "e" =   > in two or three shades of green. Sort of an "Arbor Day" thing, but with =   > no connection that I RECALL. > > Then I came east, forgot about crops and stuff. And then, LONG after > North Dakota, some publicity-seeking senator (Wisconsin?=97with good > ideas, though) "founded" =93EARTH DAY.=94 You can probably find his = name on > the Net. Each year, even in New York City, it would be "the tenth [or > whatever] anniversary of Earth Day." Except that it was MUCH older than =   > that--and the =93committee=94 should be willing (happy!) to ACKNOWLEDGE > that! (I phoned them and whined some years ago; they=92re NOT = [willing].) > > Alan >      
(back) Subject: RE: Langlais on Easter and other topics From: "Emmons, Paul" <PEMMONS@wcupa.edu> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 16:10:22 -0500   There's the Incantation pour un Jour Saint, which is actually based on = Easter Vigil chants.    
(back) Subject: RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: "Emmons, Paul" <PEMMONS@wcupa.edu> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 16:14:32 -0500   Bud writes:   Rogation Sunday (Fifth Sunday AFTER Easter, Sixth Sunday OF Eastertide) =   very definitely still exists ...an "Earth Sunday" about a thousand = years or so before the=20 senator "thought it up."   Thanks for the reminder. I just want to add that the proper introit is = "With a voice of singing", and, except for omitting the Gloria Patri, Martin Shaw's anthem carries = the text exactly. I think it's the best time to sing that well-written little chestnut.    
(back) Subject: RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: "Will Light" <will.light@btinternet.com> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 22:30:28 +0100   Oh! You've made it all clear now Alan - they are talking about ROGATION Sunday!!! Why didn't they SAY so?   =20   Will Light Coventry UK   -----Original Message----- Alan said:   OK, I'll finally pipe in. =20   When I was in my first parish (North Dakota, 1962), there was a Sunday = in late Easter when it was customary (from Olde England, as I recall) when = the crops were blessed. At the end of the service, we'd be led by the = crucifer out of the church to a high point a block away, from which point you = could view the fields in all directions. We'd have there the prayers for the crops, with the huge signs of the cross made in four directions. And it = fit the propers in those days-and probably still does. Easter 4 or 5? = Rogate (Easter 5, now Easter 6)? (I recall that that crucifer grew up to be President of Frontier Airlines, out of Denver.)      
(back) Subject: Gustavo Andres by the Fountain - 3/31/04 From: "Malcolm Wechsler" <manderusa@earthlink.net> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 17:13:26 -0500   Gustavo Andres by the Fountain - 3/31/04   Dear Friends,   Well, I have read through all five programs for this wonderful series, and no one, no one has played Percy Fletcher's Fountain Reverie, most appropriate, as at present, the roadside fountain near the church has yet = to be rebuilt after the most recent wayward vehicle did it in yet one more time. A reverie is all we have.   Gustavo Andres is one of two South American Organ students who have found their way north to study with Stephen Roberts at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. (The other is Juan Mesa, from Chile, who played = last week.) Gustavo is from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have known him for at least a year, but somehow, had never actually heard him play. Having the program booklet for the entire series, I knew what was in store, and = driving through really heavy, horizontal rain to First Congregational Church of Ridgefield (CT), I really found myself thinking how lovely it would be to settle in to a fine performance of the Bach Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor. I think, ignoring smaller points of performance, there are = basically two ways of treating this towering work. Some draw a big, solid plenum, = and set about playing the work on that one sound throughout. Given a fabulous ensemble sound and a sensitive and skilled player, this can work. Then, there is what I call the Biggs Approach, surely not originating with him, but, given his enormous exposure on CBS Radio, on LPs and in concerts, he made it the norm for many. This was Gustavo's way, with carefully chosen registrations to match the character of each variation, and he sat at the console, and took over. I watched him play, and an early thought was that there is much Piano in this guy's background. The concept of the transference of weight, with which I struggled so as an ever-so-green = Piano student, the smooth shift of weight from one finger to the next as the = hand moves laterally up or down the keyboard, was well demonstrated in this = grand performance, and it reads to the audience, at least this member of it, as complete comfort and security. Furthermore, every detail of this performance, including registration and ornamentation, was thoroughly practiced and mastered. The console was in the center of the chancel, with the player's back to us. I was about ten rows back and to the right. I = could see Gustavo's facial and body language, and could see how he responded = fully to each hill and valley, each bit of tension and release, and realized = that all of us privileged to hear this were drawn deeply into this magnificent music.   One hopes there are not many Organists who go through Lent without playing "O Mensch, bewein." It is a microcosm of all that is beautiful in the language of Bach. It was gently registered, beautifully played, and I = found myself wondering if it might not be an intrusion into the spell it cast, = to applaud. There was a definite, introspective pause, before people did finally signal their appreciation.   Anton Heiller (1923-1979) was an internationally known Organ recitalist . = He lived and taught in Vienna, and many American Organists went to Vienna to seek him out, as did Gustavo's teacher, Stephen Roberts. Stephen has championed Heiller's music, and, in fact, took part in a major Heiller Festival, recently sponsored by St. Paul's Church, Brookline, = Massachusetts. Gustavo played the beautiful "Ecce Lignum Crucis," based on the plainsong melody sung in many churches at the Veneration of the Cross on Good = Friday. "Behold the Wood of the Cross, on which was hung the salvation of the world." So, another generation is learning to appreciate the work of Heiller. May it go on from generation to generation. The intimacy of the setting, the lovely clarity of the Organ, Gustavo's understanding of plainsong and of musical line, and his beautiful, well thought out registration, gave us a most tender and powerful performance.   For the final work on the program, we were given one of the great performances of the Liszt B-A-C-H. I don't like to play the comparison = game, but this was certainly amongst the best possible. This gentle giant at the keyboard suddenly became super energized, and the big moments really crackled, those at high speed were seemingly effortless and dazzling, and the episodic moments were lovely and touching. This was accomplished, by = the way, with no visible exertion, other than our own as listeners. It was stupendous!   Edwin Taylor, Minister of Music, and all those involved in the music = program at First Congregational Church, deserve our gratitude for the gift of = these five Organ recitals to the community. There was no admission charged. = There was a collection plate at the door at the end, for voluntary = contributions, which I was certainly more than happy to provide. All the performers received a fee for the hard work they had put in, preparing these = programs. We were a friendly crew, united by our love of the Organ and its music. Gustavo is Director of Music for both the Church of the Immaculate Conception and St. Casimir's Church, both in Terryville, Connecticut. = Quite a few people from those congregations had braved the downpour to be = present. Juan Mesa, who played last week, returned a favor, by turning Gustavo's pages. A member of the next generation of Stephen's studio, list member Chris Howerter, came over from Pennsylvania to be present, also. He is now studying privately with Stephen on a part-time basis, but moves up to Connecticut in early summer to accept a church post in Naugatuck, and will begin full-time study.   You can find information about the Organ, Wicks No. 6301, at the following URL: http://www.wicks.com/organ/specs/6301.htm   Congratulations to Prof. Stephen Roberts, Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, Connecticut (my neighbors), for helping the church to assemble the "cast list" for this series, including not only Juan and Gustavo, but also Stephen's friend from Russia, Daniel Zaretsky, whose concert I had to miss back in early March. And summing up this evening = with a tiny rhyme, silly but nonetheless heartfelt: Bravo Gustavo!      
(back) Subject: RE: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday) From: "Mark & Cinda Towne" <mstowne@concentric.net> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 14:47:13 -0800   While in Wichita, see if there is anything happening with a fine four = manual von Beckerath at Holy Cross Lutheran (LCMS). I attended the dedication recitals there in 2002, and was quite pleased with it.   Regards,   Mark S. Towne Sub Dean, Southern Nevada Chapter, AGO     -----Original Message----- From: pipechat@pipechat.org [mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org]On Behalf Of OMusic@aol.com Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 7:57 PM To: pipechat@pipechat.org Subject: Re: Ideas for Sun, April 25 (Earth Day Sunday)       April 25 will be the day after Easter in my church and I am taking the weekend off to go to Wichita, Ks to the Wurlitzer Theater Organ concert. Lee    
(back) Subject: RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: "Mark & Cinda Towne" <mstowne@concentric.net> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 15:03:21 -0800   Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?That was known as Rogation Sunday = in the Episcopal Church. It went away when the 1979 Prayer Book was authorized.   Mark S. Towne Las Vegas, NV -----Original Message----- From: pipechat@pipechat.org [mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org]On Behalf Of Alan Freed Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 10:39 AM To: PipeChat Subject: Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?     On 4/1/04 10:29 AM, "Richard Schneider" <arpschneider@starband.net> wro= te:   > 1K pardons that I don't know (and for that matter, don't frankly care= !) when > Earth Day is. . .   OK, I'll finally pipe in.   When I was in my first parish (North Dakota, 1962), there was a Sunday = in late Easter when it was customary (from Olde England, as I recall) when t= he crops were blessed. At the end of the service, we'd be led by the crucif= er out of the church to a high point a block away, from which point you coul= d view the fields in all directions. We'd have there the prayers for the crops, with the huge signs of the cross made in four directions. And it = fit the propers in those days=97and probably still does. Easter 4 or 5? Ro= gate (Easter 5, now Easter 6)? (I recall that that crucifer grew up to be President of Frontier Airlines, out of Denver.)   It was simultaneously secular event of emphasis on the newly discovered idea of "ecology" and the "environment." In the shops you could buy deca= ls for your car windows, which were a stylized lower-case letter "e" in two = or three shades of green. Sort of an "Arbor Day" thing, but with no connect= ion that I RECALL.   Then I came east, forgot about crops and stuff. And then, LONG after North Dakota, some publicity-seeking senator (Wisconsin?=97with good idea= s, though) "founded" =93EARTH DAY.=94 You can probably find his name on the= Net. Each year, even in New York City, it would be "the tenth [or whatever] anniversary of Earth Day." Except that it was MUCH older than that--and = the =93committee=94 should be willing (happy!) to ACKNOWLEDGE that! (I phone= d them and whined some years ago; they=92re NOT [willing].)   Alan      
(back) Subject: Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 18:15:20 -0500   On 4/1/04 3:32 PM, "quilisma@cox.net" <quilisma@cox.net> wrote:   > Rogation Sunday (Fifth Sunday AFTER Easter, Sixth Sunday OF Eastertide) = very > definitely still exists ... with the "beating of the bounds" of the = parish and > the singing of the Litany.   Exactly! That's the one I was trying to bring to mind!   Of course, we didn't march in the fields in North Dakota--though they were as near as 40 yards from our ceremonies. Them folks walk those fields all WEEK, and are disinclined to do so yet again on Sunday, in their Sunday BOOTS! I really can't remember whether we sang the Litany or not (it was = in the book).   Your brought it back to me terrifically.   In the Bronx, such folderol is used only for the window box on the kitchen windowsill, where the herbs (Rosemary, chives, etc.) are grown for kitchen purposes.   I should have asked you FIRST, Bud!   Alan            
(back) Subject: Re: church prowlers and intruders From: "John L. Speller" <jlspeller@mindspring.com> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 17:26:39 -0600       Emmons, Paul wrote:   >>What you got against church-going snakes? It might have been an organ >> >> >fan, too. > >Too bad it's not in Blackburn, England, where it could go to the = cathedral >and hear the 32' serpent :-) > > > Valvular serpents are more common nowadays. The valvular serpent is the Ophicleide (Greek: "ophis" snake, "kleis" key), and there are quite a few of these about in churches. Was the snake you saw the valvular kind?   John Speller      
(back) Subject: RE: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: "Glenda" <gksjd85@direcway.com> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 17:48:58 -0600   Thanks, Bud. I was wondering if anyone still observed Rogation Sundays!   Glenda Sutton gksjd85@direcway.com     -----Original Message----- From: pipechat@pipechat.org [mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org] On Behalf Of quilisma@cox.net Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 2:32 PM To: PipeChat Subject: Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up?   Rogation Sunday (Fifth Sunday AFTER Easter, Sixth Sunday OF Eastertide) very definitely still exists ... with the "beating of the bounds" of the   parish and the singing of the Litany. Both had to do with driving the devil out of the fields and securing a bountiful harvest free from freezes, floods, droughts, grasshoppers and other disasters.   So there was an "Earth Sunday" about a thousand years or so before the senator "thought it up."          
(back) Subject: Re: Will the real "Earth Day" stand up? From: "Tim Bovard" <tmbovard@earthlink.net> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 18:02:40 -0600   At 12:32 PM 4/1/2004 -0800, Bud wrote: >Rogation Sunday (Fifth Sunday AFTER Easter, Sixth Sunday OF Eastertide) >very definitely still exists ...   A Sunday dedicated to a hair regrowth treatment? Whadda concept........!   ;-) ;-)   Tim    
(back) Subject: Louis Vierne Piece Search From: <Rachmaninoff45@aol.com> Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 23:44:09 EST   Hello Everyone,   Sorry to bother everyone but I have a unusual organ piece that I am looking for and I was hoping someone could shed some light. I bought a CD = of the Mormon Tabernacle Organ. The first song on the cd was Louis Vierne's = Maestoso in C# Minor. I bet a lot of you are scratching your heads. After some research and some help from a fellow organist and choir director, I found = out that it is not a organ piece but a choir piece just transcribed into a organ = piece. Can anyone help me on where I might be able to get this piece or if = someone has the piece, I will be willing to receive a fax or through mail or = e-mail. I will also be willing receive it through mail if someone has a original. I =   would be willing to pay. Thank you so much.     Best Regards, Gregory Hinson    
(back) Subject: Re: Louis Vierne Piece Search From: "noel jones" <gedeckt@usit.net> Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 23:53:32 -0500   Out of print.   Arranged by Alexander Schreiner.   Contact Warner Brothers Copyright permissions office (they will give you a fax number) and they will grant you permission to photocopy 1 (one) only copy, and you must add the sentence that it is reprinted with the permission of Warner Brothers.   Once you have permission, a member of this astute group will send you a copy, legally.   In fact, that's how I got mine, with a kind assist from Richard Elliot...get permission and I will return the favor by making one for you!   -- noel jones, aago noeljones@frogmusic.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ moderator, rodgers organ users group frog music press www.frogmusic.com 423 887-7594 athens, tn, usa