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Sunday Pipes #43 (Special Edition)

All we need to know is what the title tells us. For new readers, I’m a fan of pipe organ music and for a while, was posting about pipe organs and the music on Sundays. Older posts can be found … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes, #41 ( Special Edition)

One of the blogs that I have been following for years is Charleston Daily Photo and an occasional feature is Joan’s “Church Photo In Lieu of Attendance” where she provides a photo of one of the beautiful churches an and … Continue reading

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Back By Popular Demand

Just over a year ago, after 37 consecutive “Sunday Pipes” posts, I took a break from posting weekly looks into the King of Instruments. The pipe organ has always fascinated me and I even did some study on construction and … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #37

Nigel Poole demonstrates a unique little organ, over a century old, with one 4-octave keyboard – but with some grand pretensions – in the village church of Cholderton, near Salisbury in Wiltshire, UK.

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Sunday Pipes #35

A short piece,  played by an unidentified organist at the Chapel of The Immaculate Conception at my alma mater, Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD.   This is a photo I took of the Chapel a few years ago when … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes, #34

A quick post while on the road in  Houston, TX   The Canzona in D minor, BWV 588, played at the Detlef Kleuker organ of the First Greek Evangelical Church of Athens – Greece, at the Bach Festival 2007. Chris … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #33

So, what’s your excuse? Kuha’o is a 17-year-old musical prodigy. He can listen to any song once or twice and playback an awesome rendition of that song on the piano. Not only is he self-taught, but the most inspiring thing … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #32

This is simply amazing. Plain and simple. Easy come easy go.  Little high, little low. Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody  performed by Bert van den Brink on the Verschueren organ in “het orgelpark Amsterdam” June first, 2013 at the presentation concert of … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #27

  Rumored to be the biggest pipe organ in the world. Who am I to argue? From Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ Please stand and men, please remove your hats for our National Anthem. Here is a bit of … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #20

Happy Easter,  Happy Passover or Happy Sunday (you choose) A more appropriate hymn for today does not exist. Rob Charles on the All Saints Church, Oystermouth Swansea

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