1. Ulf Norberg plays the gigue fugue by Johann Sebastian Bach in Hedvig Eleonora church, Stockholm, Sweden. Video recorded with Canon EOS 5D MkII and the sound with ProTools. Edited in Final Cut Express. Recorded and edited by Pär Fridberg.

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  2. Stephen Cleobury of King's College, Cambridge, plays 'Arrival of the Queen of Sheba' by George Frederick Handel (arr. Stainton de B Taylor). He plays the organ in the Chapel at King's College.

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  3. Bernardo Pasquini (1637-1710) - Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna. Played by George Becker, MD on an A. David Moore tracker organ, Opus 27.

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  5. The first movement of Pastorale in C Major by Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726). A piece from "Sonatas for Organ tablature and cymbals".

    I had to use my Victorinox to unscrew a panel on the left. I could then acess one of the jammed stops, and turn it off. Then the bass drone would not be so loud. I then used the pocket knife as a weight on the bottom C key to make it drone like a bagpipe, true to the music.

    Zipoli must have been drawing from his Italian birthplace when he wrote this work. It was written for the piva, the now extinct traditional bagpipes of Lombardy, Italy, and Ticino, Switzerland. This is the first piece of organ music I completely learnt!

    This is a 123 y/o reed parlor organ. It was made by the Dominion Organ and Piano Company in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada.

    For more details on the particulars of this organ, and why it came to New Zealand, plus Flickr photos; please check out my blog post.


    Apologies for the less than ideal audio quality. I used a compact camera made for taking photos, not videos. Maybe I will try to record the sound with my laptop and Audacity next time.

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Conservative Organ Music

Ken Koichi Smith

This channel focuses on: Hymns (in four part harmony, on organ with appropriate registration changes).

And real organ music (ie, Bach), or conservative music played on organs. Baroque, Classical, perhaps some Renaissance organ music?

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