Ancient European organs; Scandinavian churches
The Scandinavian countries and Sweden explore two of Europe's ancient notes and music and the performance of music composers. In our exploration of organs. First the oldest in the country. By the same token the most valuable of Finland's historical warriors. Only seven such instruments are erected in the eighteenth century remain of them among some instrument is the only one which originally had two manuals and that. If not directly the product of one of the old organ building masters and one so my instrument is the creation of one of the star pupils of a master builder
our passionate guy is famous as the German master builder who created many of the instruments for which both books to Huda and Bach created their monumental works. One of the pupils in this exacting craft was a certain Eric us gum on carpenter and organ builder from Stockholm. The organ we now hear from the months of church was originally built for and directed in the church of Finland. In the Koran it Praed youd thought of an incident in the Himalayas by Johann Sebastian
Bach. We have heard the eight foot principle stop one of the original stops of the organ as built by Americans get them on in 1738. Get mana arrived in Stockholm Sweden and 1736 apparently for the purpose of building an organ for the church there. It's reported that as soon as he arrived in town and was able to obtain sufficient quantities of tin and lead from Bosnia he began work. After two years the instrument was completed and in its original form it had a total of 21 stops at the Ric positif had six. The pedal five hundred Varick and the pedal pipes made up the main organ with its own facade. While the route positif made up its own facade on the railing of the balcony behind the organist. With.
The in. Or up of almonds on the cans on a in C by bookstore Huda organist in zero force blog a selected stop from the original organ of anarchist Gammon. There are many features in the construction and tone and planning of the months organ which point directly to option of going himself. Perhaps the most important of these is the root positive at the time of its construction and this was the only one of its kind in all of Finland and it remained so down to the year 1879. It was at this time that the instrument was removed from its original location in the church in Kolkata to its present location in the church in months a lot from the organist's point of view of the most disastrous change involved the placing of the rick positive behind the facade of the main organ rather than retaining it on the balcony rail. Many of the stops from this division of the
original organ were replaced and the pedal pipes placed in the case of the organ when it was first built are now back behind the case which contains dummy pipes in their places. Fortunately enough of the original pipework survived so that we are able to obtain a fairly accurate tonal picture of the original instrument. The compositions we're hearing are all played on stops from the original organ not those replaced as part of the 1879 relocation. Our exploration of the Americas game on organ in the month select church in Finland concludes as organist in 0 4 strum plays the Christmas chorale Dietrich books to Huda in a day. The Christmas card you'd buy
books no doubt. The second ancient European organ's object of our exploration on this broadcast is housed in the left church in Sweden. The who.
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Auslander in the list of Brook church in Sweden. The builder of this ancient European organ was Johann Nicholas comment. The instrument is of two manuals and petal and contains no less than twenty eight stops to create such an impressive instrument completely handcrafting every part that went into it acquired the years between seventeen twenty five and seven hundred twenty eight and not an usual span of time considering the prodigious amount of work involved organist Auslander now plays the chorale pride you'd got if her mind was like send by crepes. Why.
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instruments erected during the period from the Middle Ages. The middle of the 18th century. Together with facts about them the structures in which they are hard to listen to performances. By man. Their contemporary. Today's broadcast was recorded in the church and once on I often heard an organ built by 1738. To the list of Brook church in the suite. At the organ erected between year 17 25 and 17 28. The details for these programs are ordered by members of the Broadcasting Union and a program being supplied by the company RADIO SUITE. States by Stations of the NPR network. Programme was prepared and written by one. Used at the University of Michigan. By. Join us again next week at this time.
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- Ancient European organs
- Scandinavian churches
- Producing Organization
- University of Michigan
- Contributing Organization
- University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
- AAPB ID
- Episode Description
- This program features recordings of the organs at the church at Mansala, Finland and at Lofsta Bruk Church, Sweden. Performances include works by Bach; Buxtehude; Zipol, Krebs, and Walter.
- Series Description
- Recordings of noted organs at various locations throughout Europe.
- Media type
Host: Fidell, S. A. (Sanford A.)
Performer: Forsblom, Enzio
Performer: Linder, Alf, 1907-1983
Producing Organization: University of Michigan
Writer: Welliver, Harry B., 1910-2005
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University of Maryland
Identifier: 68-7-8 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
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