The European organ, 1450-1850

  • 336 Pages
  • 4.70 MB
  • English
Organ Literature Foundation , Nashua, N. H
Organs -- Europe, Organ bui
Statement[by] Peter Williams
The Physical Object
Pagination336 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22808639M

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Buy The European Organ: by Williams, Peter F. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). He published his first major writing, "The European Organ, " inand "Figured Bass Accompaniment" in He published his defining work, the three-volume "The Organ Music of J.S.

Bach" through Cambridge University Press in the s, then revised and combined The European organ in a one-volume second edition in The European Organ: Indiana University Press, Hardcover. Good. This comprehensive book documents the history of the European organ, based on German, French, Italian and other sources.

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This volume provides the first comparative survey of the relations between the two most active book worlds in Eurasia between and Prominent scholars in book history explore different approaches to publishing, printing, and book culture.

Peter Williams died on the eve of the anniversary of J.S. Bach's birth and hours after reading the proofs for his final book on the composer. In he married Rosemary Seymour, who survives him with their two sons, and a daughter and a son from a previous marriage.

Writings: The European Organ (London, ; 2 nd edition, ). In an attempt to unify England's religious stance, Thomas Crammer's Book of Common Prayer was placed in all English churches. Protestants fled to England for refuge. England was nearly reformed.

Three years later, a Second Act was imposed. The revised work of Thomas Crammer became the model for a moderate Protestant doctrine.

European Organ, The: by Peter F. Williams / Published Family enterprise: the story of some North Country organ builders by Laurence Elvin Father Smith, Otherwise Bernard Schmidt, being an account of a seventeenth century organ maker by Andrew Freeman.

The European Organ The Organ Music of J. Bach: Volume 1, Preludes, Toccatas, Fantasias, Fugues, Sonatas, Concertos and Miscellaneous Pieces (BwvEtc) J.S. Bach: A Life in Music The Organ Music of J.

Bach: Volume 2. One of his most important books was his ‘European Organ ’. a key introduction to the different styles of the wider European organ culture, published at a time when most UK organists had little experience of continental organs.

This was followed in by ‘The Organ in. A Provincial Organ Builder in Gordon D W Curtis Buy from $ Encyclopedia of the American David L Junchen Buy from $ Encyclopedia of the American Q David Bowers (Designer), David L Junchen Buy from $ Church Organs: A Guide to John Ogasapian Buy from $ The European Organ, Peter Williams Buy from $ See Peter Williams, The European Organ, (London: B.

Batsford, ), p. Among Engler's organs to exhibit this characteristic were his instruments at the Probstkirche, Oels, and the Evangelical Church, Trebnitz, - see Bryan Hesford, "The Engler Family and their Organs", The Organ, (April ), p.

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Peter Williams's The European Organ:still a standard work on the history of the organ in Europe (excluding England) during its most significant period of development, includes useful information on registration, but its focus remains on the historical organ itself.

The Contemporary American Organ William H. Barnes Belwin Mills Publishing Corp () The European Organ: Peter Williams William Clowes and Sons, Ltd., for The Organ Literature Foundation () The Organ Handbook: Structure, Design, Maintenance, History, and Function of the Organ Hanz Koltz, translated by Gerhard Krapf.

Little Organ Book, for Beginners in Organ Playing by Flor Peeters Call Number: E Publication Date: Pedal Mastery; A Manual for Organists by Rowland Dunham Call Number: E Publication Date: Author: Mallory Sajewski. Publications: The European Organ,; Figured Bass Accompaniment: Harpsichord, ; A New History of the Organ, ; The Organ Music of J.

Bach, Vols. I-II,Vol. III, ; How Do Churches Come to Have Organs?, ; The Chromatic Fourth during Four Centuries of Music, It is a printed page that, like a book. This is the first comprehensive study of the life and work of Bartolomeo Cristofori, the Paduan-born harpsichord maker and contemporary of Antonio Stradivari, who is credited with having invented the pianoforte around the year while working in the Medici court in Florence.

Through thorough Author: Stewart Pollens. Williams, Peter. The European Organ, Braintree, Mass.: Organ Literature Foundation, DISCOGRAPHY All records in the following series (all available in the U.S.) "Die Alte Orgel" (Telefunken) "L'encyclopedie de l'Orgue" (Erato) "Historic Organs of Europe" (Oryx) Organ Historical Society convention record­ ings.

His definitive book, The European Organand his book on continue playing, Figured Bass Accompaniment, are soon to be joined by a fundamental and new study, in two volumes, of The Organ Music of J. Bach and A New History of the Organ from the Greeks to the Present-day.

The European Organ,Batsford (London, England), The book contains a wealth of gathered scholarship on the music it covers, including multiple versions of the sheet music with annotations made through the years, and an analysis of how Bach's organ music relates to organ music written by other composers.

It was first-hand experience of performing on historical harpsichords and organs, particularly the organs of Gottfried Silbermann, which inspired his writings. His first major publication, The European Organ, (), described.The European Organ – (London: B. T. Batsford, ) has, for many, helped to define the organ – a contrivance fully formed by the late fifteenth century in terms of metal-working, joinery, linkwork, and bellows-making – through its stylish, insightful, and ever-questioning commentaries on local characteristics and inter-regional.