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Hook & Hastings organ, opus 1553, (built 1893) restored in 1999 by Bradley Rule (www.bruleorgans.com) 2 manuals and pedal, manual compass - 58 notes, pedal compass - 27 notes mechanical (tracker) key action, mechanical stop action, 479 pipes Great: 8' Open Diapason (lower 18 pipes in case) 8' Melodia, open wood 4' Octave (lower 5 pipes in case) 2' Fifteenth Swell: 8' Stopped Diapason, stopped wood 8' Viola (from Tenor C) 4' Flute (harmonic from middle C) 8' Oboe Pedal: 16' Sub Bass Couplers: Swell to Great Swell to Great 4' Great to Pedal Swell to Pedal more info at www.covenanthouston.org originally built for Georgetown Baptist Church, Georgetown, Kentucky
the slide show of my homemade pipe organ (pedal pumping positive (positif) organ 4ft gedackt wood pipes)
Organ Jazz Live @ Numabukuro, Japan. gt. Hidehisa Sasaki, dr. Hisanori Tsunekawa
sound sample of my homemade pipe organ (pedal pumping positive (positif) organ 4ft gedackt wood pipes) Arcangelo Corelli / Benediction
sound sample of my homemade pipe organ (pedal pumping positive (positif) organ 4ft gedackt wood pipes) JS Bach BWV 871 The Well-Tempered Clavier Book2 Prelude #2 in Cm
Me playing three short selections on the 1791 David Tannenberg pipe organ, one of only nine extant organs of legendary German-American pipe organ builder David Tannenberg. This particular example is 6 stops/6 ranks, one manual and no pedal, mechanical stop and key action located at Zion Lutheran Church in Spring City Pa. The organ still contains the lever for the foot-pumped bellows, however, it now runs with an electric blower. Pieces played are manuals only pieces, the Verso in E Minor (Domenico Zipoli), Christ Jesus who Maketh us Glad (Marcel Dupre), and Verset (Leon Boellman). For more information about David Tannenberg and his pipe organs, visit www.davidtannenberg.com
Sigfrid Karg-Elert composed many pieces for harmonium, except this one, which is meant for a pipe organ. This transcription might not have the same full sound as a pipe organ, but this little organ does the best it can : ) The pedals have been transcribed to the left hand. Sigfrid Karg-Elert was born on November 21, 1877, and died April 9, 1933. He was a German composer in the early twentieth century, who became quite popular for a wide range of works. The organ in this video is a foot pumped suction reed organ, made by the Berlin Organ Company in Berlin (Kitchener), Ontario Canada.
The first two pieces from a set called "Fireside Harmonies" by JLA Lef√©bure-W√©ly (1817-1869): a quiet Pri√®re (Prayer) and an amusing Pastorale. Both pieces contrast the sounds of the two keyboards; the Pastorale also uses the Pedal Point--a device which sustains any note played in the lowest octave. I suspect the composer saw Mason & Hamlin's two-manual reed organs at the 1867 Paris Exposition; this set of six pieces was published in that year and were "written expressly for the ravishing instruments of Messrs. Mason & Hamlin." The Instrument used here is a superb two-manual, foot-pumped Mason & Hamlin "Liszt" organ, made in Boston in the 1880s, restored over the last few years by its owner, a Pennsylvania organ-builder. Performed by Michael Hendron; recorded 18 October 2009 in St. Mark's United Church of Christ, Lebanon, PA, in preparation for a recital sponsored by the Reed Organ Society. Thanks to my buddy Nate for turning pages during this set!
An Offertoire and a Communion, from "Dix Pi√®ces pour Orgue ou Piano-P√©dalier" (1889) by Th√©odore Dubois (1837-1924), performed by Michael Hendron. The Ten Pieces are intended for two manuals, with music printed on two staves and thus well-suited to the reed organ. The Offertoire is the only piece in the set with an obligatory pedal part, supplied here by use of a Pedal Point mechanism (which holds down any notes in the lowest octave), controlled by a lever between the player's knees. The melody on the upper manual uses a 16' Clarinet and a beater-type Tremulant; the lower manual uses only the foundation 8' rank. The Communion is in G-flat major, and uses the Pedal Point at the very end. The instrument is a superb two-manual, foot-pumped Mason & Hamlin "Liszt" organ, made in Boston in the 1880s, restored over the last few years by its owner, a Pennsylvania organ-builder. Recorded 18 October 2009 in St. Mark's United Church of Christ, Lebanon, PA, in preparation for a recital sponsored by the Reed Organ Society.
This is a nice demonstration of our 1916 Estey two manual & pedal 10 rank reed organ. This features our friend and organist of the Akron Civic Theater Jerry Bronko playing a classic hymn "Onward Christian Soldiers. This is a one of a kind instrument that featured tracker action on the manuals and pedal. It also use a motorized bellows pumping system.
Liebster Jesu - JS Bach, BWV 706, on Hook & Hastings Organ, Opus 1553 built in 1893, using hand pumped bellows mecanism. Hook & Hastings organ, opus 1553, (built 1893) restored in 1999 by Bradley Rule (www.bruleorgans.com) 2 manuals and pedal, manual compass - 58 notes, pedal compass - 27 notes mechanical (tracker) key action, mechanical stop action, 479 pipes Great: 8' Open Diapason (lower 18 pipes in case) 8' Melodia, open wood 4' Octave (lower 5 pipes in case) 2' Fifteenth Swell: 8' Stopped Diapason, stopped wood 8' Viola (from Tenor C) 4' Flute (harmonic from middle C) 8' Oboe Pedal: 16' Sub Bass Couplers: Swell to Great Swell to Great 4' Great to Pedal Swell to Pedal more info at www.covenanthouston.org Originally built for Georgetown Baptist Church, Georgetown, Kentucky
playing it on a pipe organ operated by pumping the pedals.... i think thats how you are supposed to operate it
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MY DAUGHTER FAYE ANDREA PLAYING"ARABESQUE"DURING OUR ORGAN RECITAL LAST JULY 26, 2009
This is a simple tutorial for the North American suction reed organ, also known as the pump organ, called Pumping Your Way into Musical Pedaling Technique. It looks at the foundation of a pump organ - the foot pedals, and I would like to share with you the way that I do it. The pump organ often gets a bad wrap because most of them are in need of repair and you have to pump 100 calories a minute to keep them sounding. When your reed organ is in good condition, with careful control, your pumping can be used for added expression and dynamics. This is the starting point of converting your reed organ from a piece of furniture, to a unique and beautiful musical instrument that they really are meant to be!
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Sorry the beginning was cut off a little.
In part one of this tutorial, I demonstrate the 5 classes of organ sounds, what the pitch numbers mean, and a few mixtures. In part two, I show how to use couplers, tremolo, volume/cresc pedals, tutti, cont'o and solo buttons. Thanks for watching - please rate and tell your friends!
More slippers on the organ
sitting on organ in slippers and playing with the pedals
Swedish lady keeps on dropping big objects on her pumping feet!
This piece is played on my foot pumped Berlin Organ Company reed organ. I have just recently restored this organ, and it was my first attempt at doing something like this. Bach on a reed organ might be questioned by some, but I find it a challenge to convert the pedals to the left hand and "try" to make it work...
...And other models that promise to keep the tree straight , "but then you have to do all these convoluted things like pumping an organ pedal." At least five new patent applications trickle in every year from folks who think they've found the ultimate last stand....
Trinity Wall Street presents its third annual summer concert series featuring performances on its Marshall & Ogletree American Classic virtual pipe organ. Pedals and Pumps: A Festival of Organ Divas, highlights contemporary female musicianship and offers the talents of American, European, and Asian "organistas." Jane Watts, organist of the Bach Choir of London under the direction of Sir David Willcocks and now David Hill, performs concert works by Dupre, Guilmant, Preston, and William Lloyd Webber.
This is me having an attempt at playing "Davy Jones Plays His Organ" from Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Man's Chest. It is a rough improvisation that then goes into one of the other tunes from the films. Complete with silly head movements, largely caused by exhaustion from pumping the organ's foot bellows! This was part of an epic pedal organ session after an afternoon at the legendary Whey Pat Ale Festival in St Andrews. Please note that this was jus a bit of fun, not an attempt at doing an amazing recital or anything! Filmed by Jamie who went artsy-fartsy with the camera.
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Or not. My very bad take on the awesome Radiohead song. But I'm trying to play it on this old school, not even, Medieval, foot-pump-organ-thing! Sorry for the chair-sliding-on-ground noises, it was difficult to keep it from moving while pumping the pedals! And sorry for the high-pitched pulsating noise, my ears are still ringing... Sorry in general
Organ pedal pumping clip with Tram in high heels.