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5 news items

 
Weld for Birmingham (blog)
Wed, 02 Apr 2014 21:12:26 -0700

“The organ fund went to the tower.” For more than 50 years, the church used electronic organs instead. When Norris joined the staff, the organ that was in place was designed to allow installation of pipes. Norris began exploring the possibility of ...
 
The Intelligencer
Sat, 29 Mar 2014 21:33:33 -0700

The piano that I use to get tuned once a year has not been worked on for several years. This year, I did not have the organ repairman in to work on the organ. I have a three manual electronic organs that I love to play. I have 28 antique pump organs ...
 
Imperial Valley Press
Sun, 30 Mar 2014 00:54:24 -0700

I was born and raised in Jamaica, West Indies, where pipe and electronic organs are centerpieces of most church services. I heard organ music played every Sunday, but at first had no desire to play the instrument because I thought that its capabilities ...
 
CounterPunch
Fri, 21 Mar 2014 11:00:00 -0700

So-called “electronic organs” are nothing new, but in contrast to earlier attempts at simulation, the ITO, claims Carpenter, is even better than the real thing. Many instruments keyboard instruments—clavichords, harpsichord, and pianos—were equipped ...

WalesOnline

WalesOnline
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 10:44:11 -0700

It was, he said, his first experience of a completely different culture. He said: “When in Japan I saw they were manufacturing electronic organs. I saw the potential and persuaded Panasonic to set up a musical electronic division which gave me the ...
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