3 edition of new history of the organ found in the catalog.
new history of the organ
Peter F Williams
Includes bibliographies and indexes
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|Pagination||233 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||233|
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Most books dealing with the history of the organ have confined themselves to a single period, area, or even country. This invaluable new work is the first complete survey of Cited by: 4. The First Organ Book is the outgrowth of a two-year project initiated by the National Committee on the New Organist of the AGO, in cooperation with Wayne Leupold, to produce an introductory volume of organ music and elementary teaching materials.
The Buxheim Organ Book (German: Buxheimer Orgelbuch) is a manuscript created around / with original compositions new history of the organ book arrangements for keyboard instruments for the Buxheim Charterhouse in Germany, in today's district of of the composers are anonymous, but some are also known composers of the time (e.g.
John Dunstable, Guillaume Du Fay, Gilles Binchois, Walter Frye. A New History of the Organ from the Greeks to the Present Day book.
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A journal for the players & historians of keyboard instruments The organ yearbookThe organ yearbookThe organ yearbookThe Organ Yearb. The word 'organ' --The Greek and Roman organ --The Byzantine and Arabic organ --The early church organ in the west --The medieval church organ --The late medieval positive and portative --The treatise of Henri Arnaut de Zwolle --Developments in the later fifteenth century --Arnold Schlick and his Spiegel der Orgelmacher --Developments in the.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Williams, Peter F. New history of the organ from the Greeks to the present day. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, A New History of the Organ from the Greeks to the Present Day by Richard H.
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Organ, in music, a keyboard instrument, operated by the player’s hands and feet, in which pressurized air produces notes through a series of pipes organized in scalelike rows. The term organ encompasses reed organs and electronic organs but, unless otherwise specified.
Advances in organ building have generally been driven by the application of new technologies. Ctesibius of Alexandrea, who lived about B.C and is variously described as a musician and an engineer, is generally credited with building the first pipe organ, the hydraulis.
Sources. There is no good history of the organ. On the ancient organ a good book is DEGERING, Die Orgel (Münster, ); cf. MACLEAN, The Principle of the Hydraulic Organ in Quarterly Mag.
of the International Musical Society, pt. 2 (Leipzig, ), and Schlesinger, Researches into the Origin of the Organs of the Ancients, ibid., pt.
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