2 edition of English Chamber Organ, History and Development, 1650-1850 (extract). found in the catalog.
English Chamber Organ, History and Development, 1650-1850 (extract).
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Photocopy of extracts of local relevance from "English Chamber Organ, History and Development, 1650-1850" by Michael Wilson (Cassirer, 1968).
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The English chamber organ: history and development [Michael I Wilson]. This highly readable and lavishly illustrated work describes the history of organs built in England from AD to the present day.
The author's experience in organ building gives the account all the benefits of first-hand experience. Stephen Bicknell also draws on new research and includes many important discoveries made during the past twenty Cited by: 9.
Part one comprises a series of chapters that cover the history of the chamber organ, its origins and development. Part two provides a general introduction to the construction of organs, while part three gives detailed descriptions of British chamber organs, with information on their location, specifications, design, and suggestions for further : Michael I.
Wilson. The Chamber Organ in Britain, book. The Chamber Organ in Britain, DOI link for The Chamber Organ in Britain, The Chamber Organ in Britain, book. By Michael I. : Michael I. Wilson. Part one comprises a series of chapters that cover the history of the chamber organ, its origins and development.
Part two provides a general introduction to the construction of organs, while part three gives detailed descriptions of British chamber organs, with information on their location, specifications, design, and suggestions for further : Hardcover. This new standard work on the history of organs built in England between AD and the present day takes full advantage of recent research and new discoveries.
It describes the most significant instruments of each period together with details of their builders, set against a background of changing fashions in music and liturgy. Technical developments are described in an easily understood.
Part one comprises a series of chapters that cover the history of the chamber organ, its origins and development. Part two provides a general introduction to the construction of organs, while part three gives detailed descriptions of British chamber organs, with information on their location, specifications, design, and suggestions for Author: Michael I.
Wilson. A pipe organ has one or more keyboards (called manuals) played by the hands, and a pedalboard played by the feet, each of which has its own group of stops. The organ's continuous supply of wind allows it to sustain notes for as long as the corresponding keys are depressed, unlike the piano and harpsichord whose sound begins to decay immediately.
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It is the first complete reference on this important family of keyboard instruments. The contributors include major scholars of music and musical instrument history from around the world.2/5(2). The first edition of The English Chamber Organ was published in This new, revised edition takes into account the considerable research into chamber organs that has taken place over the last thirty years.
Much of the book has been completely rewritten and expanded, and it includes a number of organs not detailed in the first : $. English Chamber Organ. This instrument was based on an anonymous 17th century organ currently on display a Cannons Ashby House in Northamptonshire, England.
Like its historical predecessors all the pipes are made of pine and oak. It is a true chamber or house organ with a gentle singing voice that does not overwhelm even though the pipes speak.The Chamber Organ in Britain, [Michael I Wilson] Since "The English Chamber Organ" was published inthe author acknowledges that research into chamber organs has meant that much of his work is now invalid.
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