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Were. The church a national mandate in European or so years of historical interest of promises of music some of its contemporary.
The birth of endangered these lands as they are crazy to European orcas resurrected about 16 40 it was not until 17 25 however that the woodwork inside the building was finished and it was your Highness to bear gave the church its final touch. I'm building organ marks the wood sculpture the organ we are hearing today was purchased on the 21st of January 17th thirty one thousand six hundred sixty guilders builder Cornelius Custer was there living in our house. Today. Most of the original cashier pipework is placed in the central part of the organ.
Was. That was the BGM on the Benedictus by the composer on top who lived from fourteen sixty eight to 15 20. Organist Gabriele Bush-Reagan skips a century in choosing the composer of the next work or artist Scruggs lived some time during the late 15 hundreds and died some time after the dawn of the new century. They were here a work of his untitled echo.
That was a composition entitled echo by the composer goddess Strong's live during the latter part of the 15th hundreds. The organ which we're hearing today housed in the church of national and Danes in East Flanders Belgium had some important additions made to it by the builder Lembit Ben Wa and Pentagram between the years 70 80 and 1786. This was accomplished by adding wings as it were to the central portion of the original instrument that pentagram added a total of 13 stops to the great organ including several eight and four foot stops. A chorus of diet pay zones and the five rank cornet. The wooden chest and pipes of the choir organ are from the original instrument by cash in 1738. The stops remaining for this instrument of the eight foot board on the four foot press stamped four foot flute two foot octave one and one third foot Quint. The small cornet and the small print your
organist Gabriele Bush-Reagan now plays a short composition by an unknown Flemish master gave out.
Gave up by an unknown Flemish master the organ in the church and my shit on Danes in East Flanders Today has two manuals and petto and 25 stops. It remains essential lay the work of the original build a corny discussion. Then the man who added to it in 1780 Lambert I've been wadding Pedagog but better gums work was so well Don that the instrument continues to be a model of its kind. The organist significant also for the fact that it is lasting proof of the considerable influence French organ building practices had on Flemish organ building in the 18th century. Organist the governor of Michigan when I play a composition by the composer Joseph Hector Fiocco born in Brussels in 73 and music master of the cathedral in Antwerp on Dante by Joseph Fiocco.
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18th century. Gather with facts about their the structures in which their hard music which was performed on them by their contemporaries. Today's broadcast featured the two manual and peddled instrument the Church International on Danes at East planter's Belgium. An instrument of twenty five stops the original portions of which were built in 1730 right where he gets gas. Stations made and so I remember that while cutting out materials for the programs are recorded by members of the European Broadcasting Union programme boarded in the church in March and endangered by the Flemish division of the Belgian radio and television. Especially at a presentation in United State by State Uni our network. The programme was prepared and written by Honeywell over produced at the University of Michigan. For a speaking and inviting. Listen again next week. Nothing tying another program
Ancient European organs
Church in Machelen
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University of Michigan
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University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
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This program features recordings of the organ at the church in Machelen, Deinze, Belgium. Performances include works by Brumel; Scronokx; Cornet; Fiocco; and Grigny.
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Recordings of noted organs at various locations throughout Europe.
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Host: Fidell, S. A. (Sanford A.)
Performer: Verschraegen, Gabrie_l, 1919-1981
Producing Organization: University of Michigan
Writer: Welliver, Harry B., 1910-2005
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University of Maryland
Identifier: 68-7-15 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
Duration: 00:29:48
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