PipeChat Digest #4433 - Monday, April 12, 2004
 
Fwd: Music Library Items Available
  by "Gayle Shipp" <pipechat@genies-bottle.com>
Looking for a new Easter Tide introit
  by "Fran Walker" <fwalker@northwestern.edu>
Looking for Easter Tide introits
  by "Fran Walker" <fwalker@northwestern.edu>
Hot Cross Buns
  by "First Christian Church of Casey, Illinois" <kzrev@rr1.net>
Re: Frog Music
  by "John Foss" <harfo32@yahoo.co.uk>
Re: Frog Music
  by "Bob Conway" <conwayb@sympatico.ca>
Re: Easter Postludes
  by <FastToccata@aol.com>
RE: HOT CROSS BUNS
  by "Will Light" <will.light@btinternet.com>
HOT CROSS BUNS (or Baking 101)
  by "Bob Conway" <conwayb@sympatico.ca>
Tannenberg!  (WasRe: Historic Organ on TV)
  by <organist@clover.net>
music search
  by "Robert Eversman" <highnote@mhtc.net>
Re: HOT CROSS BUNS
  by "Walter Greenwood" <walterg@nauticom.net>
Re: Organists pay about to EXPLODE UPWARD!!!
  by "Walter Greenwood" <walterg@nauticom.net>
Re: Holy Week & Easter Services
  by "MusicMan" <musicman@cottagemusic.co.uk>
Organists Hymn
  by "GARY JENKINS" <gary.jenkins6@verizon.net>
Newspaper Article About Home Organ
  by <Devon3000@aol.com>
Re: Newspaper Article About Home Organ
  by <Swedish5702@aol.com>
 

(back) Subject: Fwd: Music Library Items Available From: "Gayle Shipp" <pipechat@genies-bottle.com> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 11:18:26 -0600   Hi, all!   Dr. Shay is not a member of this list, and asked me to post this for him.=20 He is retiring and is selling a good deal of his personal library. For=20 anyone who is interested, his e-mail address is=20 EdShay@colacoll.edu Additional contact information is at the bottom of=20 this email.   Regards...   ~~Gayle     >Revised on April 10, 2004 > LIBRARY OF EDMUND SHAY > > l'Affilard, Michel. Principes Tres Faciles, facsimili edition > of the 1705 printing (Minkoff Reprints) $40. > >Aldrich, Putnam. Ryhthm in Seventeenth-Century >Italian Monody (New York: W W Norton) 1966. $35 > >Anthony, James R. French Baroque Music (New York: >W W Norton)1974. $14 > >Blume, Friedrich. Renaissance and Baroque Music, tr. by Herter >Norton. Cloth edition. (New York: W W Norton) 1967. $8 > >Blume, Friedrich. Classic and Romantic Music, tr. by Herter >Norton. Paper edition. (New York: W W Norton) 1970 $5 > >Bodky, Erwin. The Interpretation of Bach's Keyboard Works >(Cambridge: Harvard University Press) 1960. $25 > >Boretz, Benjamin and Cone, Edward T. (Editors). Perspectives on >Schoenbarg and Stravinsky (Princeton: Princeton University Press) >1968 (Paperback). $10 > >Bukofzer, Manfred f. Music in the Baroque Era (New York: >W W Norton) 1947. $10 > >Burk, John N. The Life and Works of Beethoven (New York: >Modern Library) 1943. $15 > >Caldwell, John. English Keyboard Music Before the Nineteenth >Century (New York: Praeger) 1973. $10 > >Curtis, Alan. Sweelinck's Keyboard Music (London: Oxford >University Press) 1972. $40 > >Darling, J. S. A Little Keyboard Book, Eight Tunes of >Colonial Virginia (The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation) 1974. $3. > >Davenport, Marcia. Mozart (New York: Scribner) 1932. $5 > >David, Hans Theodore. J. S. Bach's Musical Offering >(New York: Dover) 1972 (Paperback). $15 > >Davison, Archibald T. Bach and Handel (Cambridge: Harvard >University Press) 1951. $10 > >Donington, Robert. The Interpretation of Early Music >(London: Faber and Faber)1963. $25 > >Dorian, Frederick. The History of Music in Performance >(W.W.Norton, New York) 1942. (Paperback). $4. > >Douglass, Fenner. The Language of the Classical French Organ >(New Haven:Yale University Press) 1969. $35 > >D=FCrr, Alfred. Johann Sebastian Bach, Neue Ausgabe S=E4mtlicher Werke, >Serie 1, Band 10 (Kassel: B=E4renreiter) 1956. $20 > >Emery, Walter. Notes on Bach's Organ Works, Book I >(London: Novello)1952. $8 > >Emery, Walter. Notes on Bach's Organ Works, Books IV-V ( >London: Novello) 1957. $20 > >Ferguson, Howard. Keyboard Interpretation (New York & >London: Oxford University Press) 1975 (Paperback). $10 > >Geiringer, Karl. Johann Sebastian Bach: The Culmination of an Era >(New York: Oxford University Press) 1966. $10 > >Geiringer, Karl. Haydn: A Creative Life in Music (London: >George Allen & Unwin) 1947. $10 > >Geiringer, Karl. Studies in Eighteenth-Century Music, ed. by >C. Robbins Landon (London: George Allen and Unwin) 1970. $20 > >Geiringer, Karl. Music of the Bach Family (Cambridge, >Harvard University Press) 1955 $35 > >Gillespie, John. Five Centuries of Keyboard Music >(New York: Dover) 1972 (Paperback). $5 > >Grace, Harvey. Bach: Novello Short Biographies (London: Novello) $3 > >Grove, George. Beethoven's Nine Symphonies (New York: Dover) >1962 (Paperback). $5 > >Halford, Margery. The Harpsichord Manual (Alfred Publishing) >1980 $3 > >Harmon, Thomas Fredric. The Registration of J.S.Bach's Organ >Works (Buren: Frits Knuf) 1978. $25 > >Harnoncourt, Nikolaus. The Musical Dialogue: Thoughts >on Monteverdi, Bach and Mozart tr. by Mary O'Neill >(Portland: Amadeus Press) 1989. $15 > >Herz, Gerhard. Essays on J.S. Bach (Ann Arbor: UMI >Research Press) 1985. $40 > >Harris, Ellen. Handel and the Pastoral Tradition >(London: Oxford University Press) 1980. $10 > >Hinrichsen, Max (Compiler). Eighth Music Book >(London: Hinrichsen)1956. $5 > >Holmes, Edward. The Life of Mozart (London: > J M Dent & Sons, Everymans' Library) 1944. $2 > >Hotteterre le Romain, Jacques. Principles of the Flute, >Recorder & Oboe (New York: Frederick A.Praeger)1968. >(Some mildew damage to cloth cover, otherwise in >excellent condition) $8. > >Houle, George. Meter in Music, 1600-1800 (Bloomington: >Indiana University Press)1987. $35 > >Hutchins, Farley K. Dietrich Buxtehude (Paterson, Music >Textbook Co.) 1955 (Paperback). $4 > >Hutchings, Arthur. The Baroque Concerto (New York: >W W Norton) 1961 (Paperback). $2 > >Keller, Hermann. The Organ Works of Bach >(New York: C F Peters) 1967. $20 > >Keller, Hermann. The Well-Tempered Clavier (New York: >W W Norton)1976. $25 > >Keller, Hermann. Die Orgelwerke Bachs (Leipzig: C F Peters) 1948. $8 > >Kirkpatrick, Ralph. Domenico Scarlatti (Princeton: Princeton >University Press) 1983 (Paperback). $8 > >Kirnberger, Johann Philipp. The Art of Strict Musical Composition, >tr. by Beach and Thym (New Haven: Yale University Press) 1982. $40 > >Landon, H. C. Robbins. Haydn Symphonies, BBC Music Guides >(Seattle: University of Washington Press) 1966 (Paperback). $2 > >Lang, Paul Henry. George Frideric Handel, first edition >(New York: W W Norton) 1966. $12 > >Louli=E9, =C9tienne. Elements or Principles of Music, tr. Albert Cohen >(New York: Institute of Mediaeval Music) 1965. $30 > >Marshall, Robert L. The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach >(New York: Schirmer) 1989. $30 > >Mellers, Wilfrid. Fran=E7ois Couperin and the French Classical Tradition >(New York: Dover) 1968 (specially hardbound with >French marble paper). $30 > >Messiaen, Olivier. The Technique Of My Musical Language, vols. 1 and 2=20 >(Alphonse Leduc, Paris) 1966. Paper, in excellent condition. $45 > >Mozart, Leopold. A Treatise on the Fundamental Principles of >Violin Playing, tr. Knocker (London: Oxford University Press) 1959. $50 > >Neumann, Werner and Schulze, Joachim. Schriftst=FCcke von der >Hand Johann Sebastian Bachs, BACH-DOKUMENTE >(Kassel: B=E4renreiter) 1963. $30 > >Newman, William S. The Sonata in the Baroque Era >(Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press) 1966. $10 > >Nurmi, Ruth. A Plain & Easy Introduction to the Harpsichord (Albuquerque:= =20 >University of New Mexico Press) 1974. $10 > >Parry, C. Hubert H. Johann Sebastian Bach >(New York: G.P.Putnam's Sons)1909. $7 > >Pincherle, Marc. Vivaldi: Genius of the Baroque, tr. by Christopher >Hatch (New York: W W Norton) 1957 (Paperback). $3 > >Pirro, A. Johann Sebastian Bach The Organist (New York: G. Schirmer) >1902 (A bound photocopy of the original). $25 > >Playford, John. An Iintroduction To The Skill Of Musick >(First published London 1674. Republished in 1966 by >Gregg Press, New Jersey). $25 > >Poulenc, Francis. My Friends and Myself, tr. by James Harding >(London: Dennis Dobson)1978. $12 > >Rameau, Jean-Philippe. Treatise On Harmony, trans. by Philip >Gossett (New York: Dover Publications) 1971. $18 > >Reese, Gustave. Fourscore Classics of Music Literatur >(New York: Da Capo Press) 1970. $10 > >Riemann, H. Analysis of J.S. Bach's Wohltemperirtes Clavier, I & II, >tr. J. S. Shedlock (London: Augener, N.D.). Paper. $6 > >Ripin, Edwin M. Keyboard Instruments. Studies in Keyboard >Organology (Edinburgh: University Press) 1971. $20 > >Rousseau, Jean Jacques. A Complete Dictionary of Music, >facsimile of second edition (1779), tr. by William Waring >(New York: AMS Press) 1975. $55 > >Russell, Raymond. The Harpsichord and Clavichord >(New York: October House) 1965. $95 > >Sachs, Curt. The History of Musical Instruments (W.W.Norton) >1940. $15 > >Sadie, Stanley. Handel Concertos, BBC Music Guides (Seattle: University >of Washington Press) 1973 (Paperback). $10 > >Schindler, Anton Felix. Beethoven As I Knew Him, tr. by Constance >S. Jolly (Chapel Hill: North Carolina Press) ND. $10 > >Schmidt-G=F6rg, Joseph and Schmidt, Hans. Ludwig van Beethoven, >Bicentennial Edition 1770-1970 (Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon >Gesellschaft) 1970. $8 > >Schott, Howard. Playing the Harpsichord, first edition >(London: Faber and Faber) 1971. $8 > >Schrade, Leo. Bach: The Conflict Between The Sacred And The Secular >(New York: Da Capo) 1973. $10 > >Schweitzer, Albert. J. S. Bach I & II (New York: Macmillan) 1962. $10 > >Schwendowius, Barbara and D=F6mling, Wolfgang. Johann Sebastian Bach,=20 >Life/Times/Influence (Kassel: B=E4renreiter) 1977. Large "coffee table"= type >of book with beautiful color and black-and-white reproductions. $25 > >Snyder, Kerala J. Dieterich Buxtehude: Organist in L=FCbeck >(New York: Schirmer Books) 1987. $45 > >Stiller, G=FCnther. Johann Sebastian Bach and Liturgical Life in Leipzig >(St. Louis: Concordia) 1984. Paper. $20 > >Strunk, Oliver. Source Readings in Music History >(New York: W W Norton)1950. $10 > >Terry, Charles Sanford. Bach's Orchestra (London: Oxford > University Press) 1961. $12 > >Terry, Charles Sanford. The Music of Bach (New York: Dover) >1963. Paper. $1.00 > >Tosi, Pietro Francesco. Observations on the Florid Song, facsimile > of 1743 edition (New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation) 1968. $30 > >Tovey, Donald Francis. A Musician Talks, Musical Textures >(London: Oxford University Press) 1941. Hardbound. $2. > >Tovey, Donald Francis. Beethoven (London: Oxford University >Press) 1965. Paper. $2 > >Turner, W. J. English Music (London: Collins) 1947. $2 > >Tusler, Robert Leon. The Organ Music of Jan Pieterszoon >Sweelinck (Bilthoven: A. B. Creyghton) 1958. $45 > > Ulrich, Homer. Chamber Music (New York: Columbia >University Press) 1966. $5 > >Unknown. The Little Chronicle of Magdalena Bach >(London: Chatto & Windus) 1925. $8 > >Veinus, Abraham. The Concerto (London: Cassell) 1948. $2 > >Vente, M. A. Die Brabanter Orgel (H. J. Paris, Amsterdam) 1963. $5. > >Zuckermann, Wolfgang Joachim. The Modern Harpsichord >(October House, New York) 1969. $55. > >Williams, C. F. Abdy. Bach (New York: E. P. Dutton) 1900. $5 > >Williams, Peter. The European Organ 1450-1850 >(London: B T Batsford)1966. $75 > > > > > >***************************** >Dr. Edmund Shay >Columbia College >1301 Columbia College Drive >Columbia, SC 29204 >Telephone: 803-786-3613 >FAX: 803-786-3893        
(back) Subject: Looking for a new Easter Tide introit From: "Fran Walker" <fwalker@northwestern.edu> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 12:27:45 -0500   Greetings All,   Happy Monday, Happy Easter-Tide, Happy Holy Hell Week Over! Now to find a =   new Easter Tide introit, as per requests, that is pleadings, from our = choir members, who tell me they're sick of singing the same one for 20+ years. Thanks for your help. I'll give your suggestions to our newly formed music-visuals committee, which is trying to breathe some life into our music program.   Sincere regards, Fran Walker   ************************************************** Frances Walker, M.M. Northwestern University Organist, North Shore United Methodist Church 213 Hazel Avenue, Glencoe, IL 60022-1775 847-835-1227; fax 847-835-1243 northshoreumc@aol.com http://www.gbgm-umc.org/northshoreumc/        
(back) Subject: Looking for Easter Tide introits From: "Fran Walker" <fwalker@northwestern.edu> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 12:25:15 -0500   Greetings All,   Happy Monday, Happy Easter-Tide, Happy Holy Hell Week Over! Now to find a =   new Easter Tide introit, as per requests, that is pleadings, from our choir, most of whom say they are sick of singing the same one for 20+ years. Thanks for your help. I'll give your suggestions to our newly formed music-visuals committee, which is trying to breathe some life into our music program.   Sincere regards, Fran Walker   ************************************************** Frances Walker, M.M. Northwestern University Organist, North Shore United Methodist Church 213 Hazel Avenue, Glencoe, IL 60022-1775 847-835-1227; fax 847-835-1243 northshoreumc@aol.com http://www.gbgm-umc.org/northshoreumc/        
(back) Subject: Hot Cross Buns From: "First Christian Church of Casey, Illinois" <kzrev@rr1.net> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 13:09:13 -0500   Sometimes I have hot cross buns, but usually only if I forget and sit on the stove. ;>)   Dennis Steckley   Ain't No Tagline Here!        
(back) Subject: Re: Frog Music From: "John Foss" <harfo32@yahoo.co.uk> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 19:23:06 +0100 (BST)   Gentlemen (which includes ladies) Whilst out for my evening walk yesterday in one of our local "wetlands" - much of the land back from the beach is old swampland here - I heard a wondrous sound. Because it was Easter Sunday, quiet had fallen over the land and there was little if any background noise from traffic. It was the mating cry of frogs. I often take my camera with me on my walks, but rarely do I take my Minidisk recorder. I wished I had had it with me, and returned to the same spot at the same time today. Alas, the sound of traffic returning from the weekend holiday on the nearby motorway rather spoiled the effect, and yesterday's Wagnerian chorus had been replaced by a Bartok quartet. Do not scorn the sound of the frog! I recorded today's chorus - you can hear it on organuploads. Go to http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/organuploads/files/ It's there under "FROGS". Yesterday's sounds might well have inspired Messiaen, who looked to nature for several of his works. Admittedly today was not so spectacular, and, as I said, the traffic can be heard in the background. Alas, I just missed the sound of a double headed freight out of Salonika hauled by a recently rebuilt MLW (A 504) - at first I mistook its rhythmic beat for the frogs. The engines were working hard with a heavy load in tow.   The sound of a frog when heard from afar Is nothing at all like the sound of a car Nor that of a dog or a goat or a cat Or even the screech of a high flying bat   Its mellifluous tones have both rhythm and pitch When heard by a pond or a waterlogged ditch The rise and the fall in its volume must show True ardour and love in its heart is aglow   For the time of the year when the frog finds a mate Is that of the Spring, as its choir swells to great And nature in all its true glory is seen As the tadpole gives birth to a frog all agleam.   John Foss     =3D=3D=3D=3D=3D www.johnfoss.gr http://groups.yahoo.com/group/orgofftop/ Topics of the week : Easter Bunny crucified in Pennsylvania What has become of Saddam Hussein? Check your money ... predictions on US$ ignored?     ____________________________________________________________ Yahoo! Messenger - Communicate instantly..."Ping" your friends today! Download Messenger Now http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com/download/index.html  
(back) Subject: Re: Frog Music From: "Bob Conway" <conwayb@sympatico.ca> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 14:53:01 -0400   John,   Back in the 1930's I was given the very enviable task of enacting Toad, in =   a school play of The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame. We did the whole motorcar scene, complete with a toy Rolls Royce belonging to another =   boy in the school, - his name was Peter Biggs, - but not of the organist = clan!   We had a lot of fun, with me pedalling this motor car at furious speed all =   over the stage, with the other animals chasing me and trying to head off the local Constabulary, - portrayed by one of the teachers! But it was = fun to be allowed to make faces at one of the teachers for five minutes or so!   What has this got to do with frog music, - nothing at all! It's funny how =   one thing will remind us of something else almost un-related!   Bob Conway    
(back) Subject: Re: Easter Postludes From: <FastToccata@aol.com> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 14:58:14 EDT   Desiree',   We need people like you in the AGO who are enthusiastic about music. So = many in the AGO aren't. They play with no feeling and use pieces that are = totally boring. I am hoping that by my being a part of our AGO chapter, I can influence and make some kind of difference. I have already seen that = happen when I play recitals and participate in AGO events. I'm not going to say it is = easy, because I am in the minority, but I think the AGO is starting to realize = that they need to make it more exciting in order to get others to become a part = of the AGO and support its events and keep the organ alive.   Berdie    
(back) Subject: RE: HOT CROSS BUNS From: "Will Light" <will.light@btinternet.com> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 20:56:25 +0100   Well our UK recipe is buns with candied fruit and spice, but the cross = is not done with frosting or icing. It is made as follows, I think. The bun = is glazed with an egg and sugar mixture and then baked. The glazing goes a = rich red-brown colour. Half way through the baking, the bun is cut in a cross shape with a knife, so that the pale inside of the bun is exposed and = then it is baked again for a while. So the cross is a white one on a dark = brown bun. I believe some recipes call for a different dough mixture to be = used to cut out the crosses which are "inlaid" into the bun. There is no icing = on the buns, but a sweet glaze on the surface.   Will Light Coventry UK     -----Original Message----- From: pipechat@pipechat.org [mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org] On Behalf Of Shirley Sent: 12 April 2004 17:38 To: PipeChat Subject: Re: HOT CROSS BUNS   Yep. They're only around in Lent. Are buns with candied fruit in them = and a cross=20 on top of icing (frosting).   Yummy. And fattening.   --Shirley   On 12 Apr 2004 at 14:39, Will Light expounded:   > Here's a strange question. Do you Americans out there have HOT CROSS > BUNS? A friend of ours, the wife of a previous pastor who has had a > serious stroke, wants to know. Don't ask me why - she just does! >=20 >=20 >=20 > Will Light > Coventry UK=20 >=20 >=20       "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org      
(back) Subject: HOT CROSS BUNS (or Baking 101) From: "Bob Conway" <conwayb@sympatico.ca> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 16:21:12 -0400   Will,   You are "bang on" - that's the way I make Hot Cross buns, cut a cross in them after the glazing begins to become nice and sticky!   You have obviously been well trained!   My Uncle Ted was a baker, and he showed me how they do it. He also used = to say that he had never done a day's work in his life, he always worked overnight! He was apprenticed to a baker's in Clapham, and worked there all his life, - he never had another job. There's not too many people = that can say that!   Cheers,   Bob Conway   At 03:56 PM 4/12/2004, Will Light wrote: >Well our UK recipe is buns with candied fruit and spice, but the cross is >not done with frosting or icing. It is made as follows, I think. The bun = is >glazed with an egg and sugar mixture and then baked. The glazing goes a = rich >red-brown colour. Half way through the baking, the bun is cut in a cross >shape with a knife, so that the pale inside of the bun is exposed and = then >it is baked again for a while. So the cross is a white one on a dark = brown >bun. I believe some recipes call for a different dough mixture to be used = to >cut out the crosses which are "inlaid" into the bun. There is no icing on >the buns, but a sweet glaze on the surface. > >Will Light >Coventry UK > > >-----Original Message----- >From: pipechat@pipechat.org [mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org] On Behalf Of >Shirley >Sent: 12 April 2004 17:38 >To: PipeChat >Subject: Re: HOT CROSS BUNS > >Yep. They're only around in Lent. Are buns with candied fruit in them = and >a cross >on top of icing (frosting). > >Yummy. And fattening. > >--Shirley > >On 12 Apr 2004 at 14:39, Will Light expounded: > > > Here's a strange question. Do you Americans out there have HOT CROSS > > BUNS? A friend of ours, the wife of a previous pastor who has had a > > serious stroke, wants to know. Don't ask me why - she just does! > > > > > > > > Will Light > > Coventry UK > > > > > > > >"Pipe Up and Be Heard!" >PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics >HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org >List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org >Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org >Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org > > >"Pipe Up and Be Heard!" >PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics >HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org >List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org >Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org >Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:requests@pipechat.org      
(back) Subject: Tannenberg! (WasRe: Historic Organ on TV) From: <organist@clover.net> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 16:28:16 -0500   Hi,   I was hoping to make a trip to Winston-Salem to see the Tannenberg in March, but I was too tired and stressed out to make the trip. I hope to get there soon, though.   David Tannenberg was a Moravian. In addition to Moravian Churches, he built for other denominations as well. He was not always on best of terms with the church Elders. As a person, he seemed to be one who preferred to do his own thing. Ironically, the church Elders would have preferred him to do other things for the community when Moravian organ requirements were met. I don't think they cared too much for his doing work other congregations.   Tannenberg's organs for the Moravians were different from those he built for other churches. Moravian churches used orchestral instruments in their services, and these organs were conceived more as ensemble instruments. They had a lot of 8' stops, and a reversed console. For non-Moravian churches, the organs were designed to be a leading instrument. The organist faced the organ, and there was a greater variety of stops.   Tannenberg had hoped to do the organ for Central Moravian church in Bethelehem. I believe the plans were altered at his suggestion to raise the ceiling about 4 feet so there would be room for the organ. Sadly, Tannenberg died before he was able to realize his wish.   A year or so ago I saw an organ in The American Organist which I thought had a Tannenerg look to it. When I read the article, sure enough, they said there was indeed a Tannenberg influence in the visual design.   I'm currently meeting with builders about our organ project, and I'm asking them for a visual design that looks like a Tannenberg. It would go nicely with our sanctuary, and I think that in a Moravian Church, this would be a nice way to honor a notable Moravian.   Best wishes, Mike        
(back) Subject: music search From: "Robert Eversman" <highnote@mhtc.net> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 17:32:55 -0500   Hi all, I hate to be a pest, but now that the worst is over, can those of you will old choral libraries check and see if you have a copy of :   That They May All Be One by Carl Mueller. SATB organ G. Schirmer 1968 cat = # > 11594 ? > > I will clear the copyright (PROMISE!) but would be very grateful for a copy. > It is out of print and I have looked under every rock AND TREE with no luck.   I REALLY neeeeeeddddd this ! LOL :-) > > Please contact me directly at highnote@mhtc.net since I receive Pipechat in > digest form. > > Thanks for checking !!!!!! > > Robert Eversman > Director of Music > Heritage Congregational Church > Madison WI >    
(back) Subject: Re: HOT CROSS BUNS From: "Walter Greenwood" <walterg@nauticom.net> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 18:13:11 -0400   My daughters bake at home. My dear wife, who is not much of a chef, bakes at home. Even I occasionally bake at home, and those who eat my buns frequently become cross while doing so.   -WG     > "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net> wrote: > > ... No one bakes at home nowadays, but they [H.C.B.] > are a staple of bakeries at Holy Week/Easter, at least in quite a few = cities > and neighborhoods. > > Alan      
(back) Subject: Re: Organists pay about to EXPLODE UPWARD!!! From: "Walter Greenwood" <walterg@nauticom.net> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 18:17:48 -0400   I, for one, will be playing more and longer trills.     > <Quentsmith@aol.com> wrote: > > Dear Fellow Organists, > > ... > Headline: VIOLINISTS' PAY-PER-NOTE DEMAND COULD HAVE GLOBAL > CONSEQUENCES ...      
(back) Subject: Re: Holy Week & Easter Services From: "MusicMan" <musicman@cottagemusic.co.uk> Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 00:48:15 +0100   And, I believe, this Easter was one of those rare ones, one which we = shared with our Eastern Orthodox brethren (the calculation of Easter Day = coinciding with both calendars.   Harry [MusicMan] Grove -----Original Message----- From: OrganNYC@aol.com <OrganNYC@aol.com> To: PIPORG-L@LISTSERV.ALBANY.EDU <PIPORG-L@LISTSERV.ALBANY.EDU>; = pipechat@pipechat.org <pipechat@pipechat.org> Date: 12 April 2004 12:54 Subject: Holy Week & Easter Services =20 =20 The service leaflets from my church are available for viewing in PDF = on the church's website: www.heavenlyrest.org. Click on Parish = Communications.    
(back) Subject: Organists Hymn From: "GARY JENKINS" <gary.jenkins6@verizon.net> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 20:53:08 -0500   The Organist's Hymn   Tune: Lyra Dividica (Easter Hymn)   Text: P. McGuire   Easter Mondays here at last   Alleluia!   Holy Week has finally passed.   Alleluia!   During Triduum, did pray:   Alleluia!   "Get me through the last service today."   Alleluia!   Oh the pains I have endured,   Alleluia!   Four straight-days in organ shoes.   Alleluia!   Trumpets, cymbals, choirs and stuff:   Alleluia!   Do ya think that Jesus likes this fluff?   Alleluia!   Now that Easter's come at last,   Alleluia!   Pour a stiff one, lift your glass.   Alleluia!   Cheers! All Hail! We give a toast   Alleluia!   Only fifty day's till Pentecost.   Alleluia!            
(back) Subject: Newspaper Article About Home Organ From: <Devon3000@aol.com> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 22:18:54 EDT   Hi all,   You only have twelve days to find this article without doing an advanced search:   http://www.daily-chronicle.com/articles/2004/04/11/neighbors/neighbors01.tx= t   The pictures are fantastic, but only one shows here, which was the best of =   all. Hope you enjoy it.   Devon Hollingsworth, in Dekalb, Illinios    
(back) Subject: Re: Newspaper Article About Home Organ From: <Swedish5702@aol.com> Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 22:30:50 EDT   Devon:   Well Done!   Best, Craig Johnson Lock Haven, Pa.