2 edition of reed organ found in the catalog.
Sears, Roebuck and Company
|Statement||Sears, Roebuck and Co.|
|LC Classifications||ML597 S4 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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This book is designed primarily for the amateur craftsman who wants to know the nuts and bolts of restoring an antique reed organ.
reed organ book Chapters cover refinishing, stop actions, reed work, case work, and trouble-shooting in clear and easy to follow detail that will help make the outcome rewarding/5(13).
This book offers an in-depth look into the history of the reed organ. This is the stregnth of the book. It discusses how the reed organ grew in popularity, why it flourished in the society of its time, and then describes its demise/5(15).
SH THE REED ORGAN: ITS DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION By H. Milne This page soft-bound book details a vast amount of information of how reed organs are constructed. It is a practical guide for craftsmen with instructions for making new reed organs and chapters included on tuning and voicing.
This book. The pump organ is a type of free-reed organ that generates sound as air flows past a vibrating piece of thin metal in a frame. The piece of metal is called a reed.
Specific types of pump organ include the reed organ, harmonium, and melodeon. More portable reed organ book pipe organs, free-reed organs were widely used in smaller churches and in private homes in the 19th century, but.
English reed organ production even precedes the harmonium. A seraphine in this context is a free reed organ using pressure wind and possibly of German origin where a similar instrument was known as the physharmonika.
This was similar to a harmonium but smaller and of much simpler construction. It is described in Chapter 3. Free reeds had in. This reprint by the Organ Literature Foundation of a treatise is quite interesting. The book covers the aspects of the design and construction of reed organs. Included are chapters on the pedal reed organ, the use of couplers, tuning, and information on reed organ faults (such as cyphering) and their remedies.
Reed Organ Repair: A Generic Approach Part 14 Wit the keyboard clean reed organ book in place on the action, measure the drop of the two keys at the extreme ends of the keyboard. A keyboard feels "shallow" if the drop is much less than 3/8 inch, and feels "deep" if much more than that.
The free reed is the most recent innovation in music producing technology, outwith the Saxophone and diverse electronic instruments; the latter also with a fascinating history of English inventions including the Compton theatre organs featuring the Melotone and related devices.
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The Voicing and Use of Reed Pipes. The Mechanical Properties of Reed Pipes. by Hunt, Noel A. Bonavia & Homer, H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 20 results for antique reed organ Save antique reed organ to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.
Unfollow antique reed organ to stop getting updates on your eBay Feed. Reed Organ Publications. Here’s probably the best collection of reed reed organ book related publications that I’m aware of that can still be purchased.
The fellow that sells them is also a Reed Organ Society member. His contact information is: Nelson Pease, 38 Pearl Street, Palmer, [email protected] Reed organ, any keyboard instrument sounded by vibration of metal reeds under wind pressure.
“Reed organ” commonly refers to instruments having free reeds (vibrating through a slot with close tolerance) and no pipes. Such instruments include. Model Organ Method: a Book of Graded Instruction for the Reed or Cabinet Organ with Which are Connected Lessons, exercises, Pieces, voluntaries, Interludes, and Vocal Musci with Organ Accompaniment.
Root, George, F. Organ Book III - Volume II: Nocturne Michael Barone Sumiko Murashima William Albright Douglas Reed In Memoriam William Albright - Albright Organ Music Vol. 1 ℗ Douglas Reed. Up for auction is Noel Bonavia-Hunt's book"The Church Organ" Noel is best known for his books The Organ Reed and Modern Organ Stops.
This an introduction to the study of modern organ building. Printed in The book looks to have gotten wet as the front and back boards are curved. Nice line drawn foldout in back of book. Happy Bidding. Preludes/Interludes/Postludes for Pipe or Reed Organ with Hammond Registrations.
Arranged by Carlo Rossini. Organ Book. This is the 3rd in a 4-book collection of preludes, interludes, and postludes compiled and arranged by Carlo Rossini for performance on pipe, electronic or reed organs, and with Hammond registrations included.
No separate pedalCategory: Organ-Method or Collection. The Value of a Reed Organ. The question (in some form or another) "What is my reed organ worth" is one with which we have to deal most often. I hope you can appreciate that, without actually seeing and testing any instrument, there is no ready answer.
And if you want to take over my business and become the next Reed Organ Man, by all means give me a call. Keep your eyes on the For Sale section as I complete many organs in my inventory.
After some 40 years restoring reed organs as a hobby, Jim Tyler has, in early retirement, opened a square-foot facility devoted to the repair and.
Description Harmonium the History of the Reed Organ and its Makers By: Arthur W.J.G Ord-Hume This is a exhaustive book covering the history of the reed organ. Covers the early developments which led to the perfection of the harmonium. Also includes the development of the American reed organ. To the far right the organ back stands in its finished glory.
Even with the bleaching we had to use different stains for the new and old woods to cause them to blend. We think the integration of the three original parts of the back seems natural enough as does the book holder.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The American Reed Organ and the Harmonium by Robert F. Gellerman at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Robert F. Gellerman. Easy Compositions: Preludes/Interludes/Postludes for Pipe or Reed Organ with Hammond Registrations. Compiled and arranged by Carlo Rossini.
Organ Book. This is the 2nd in a 4-book collection of preludes, interludes, and postludes compiled and arranged by Carlo Rossini for performance on pipe, electronic or reed organs, and with HammondCategory: Organ-Method or Collection.
Restoring a Reed Organ, Part Recovering the Bellows and Exhausters After we stripped the cloth off the reservoir and exhausters, we sanded them down so that they were nice and clean with no glue or material residue remaining. Get this from a library. Restoring & collecting antique reed organs.
[Horton Presley] -- "In clear, simple, folksy English, Horton Presley provides entertaining insights into early Americana as he traces the development of various reed organ types.
You'll become familiar with organ. This is just an excerpt of another version of "Sheep May Safely Graze" that I was working on, but attempting to use three different instruments compromising of a Berlin reed organ, and two harmoniums - a Trayser from Germany and a Kasiram from India.
Reed organ definition is - a keyboard wind instrument in which the wind acts on a set of free reeds. Editorial Reviews. With complete listings of all reed organ manufacturers in the world-- >from the very beginnings of the instrument in the 19th century to the present-->this volume is an instant resource for reed organ owners and restorers, organists, musicologists, museum curators, historians, and antique collectors and dealers.A brief history for each organ Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
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An electronic reed organ. Why yes. This instrument is a Hallman electronic reed organ made in Waterloo, Ontario Canada in It uses the exact same reeds found in all other North American reed organs/pump organs from years ago, but uses electrostatic pickups on the reeds and amplifies/filters the sounds electonically rather than.
Prelude Chains for Organ, Book 1. by Brent Jorgensen. Prelude Chains for Organ, Book 1. by Brent Jorgensen. Product Rating. 1 stars. 2 stars. 3 stars. 4 stars. Prelude Chains for Organ, B Brent Jorgensen. Prelude Chains for Organ, B Brent Jorgensen. Prelude Chains for Organ, B Brent Jorgensen.5/5(1).
The pump organ, reed organ or harmonium, was the other main type of organ before the development of the electronic organ. It generated its sounds using reeds similar to those of an accordion. Smaller, cheaper and more portable than the corresponding pipe instrument, these were widely used in smaller churches and in private homes, but their.
Loomis, Michigan. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, Dear Sirs: I received your letter and in accord- ance with your advice I followed directions in the Reed Organ Book you sent me and found out what the trouble was with my organ. The American Reed Organ is one of the finest books dealing with the antique free reed instrument.
It goes into detail about the instrument's history and how the reed organ was a part of the American culture in the later 's.
The book reviews the main manufacturing companies that built and also goies into a photo archive of reed organs!5/5(2). This second edition of Gellerman's classic reference work is a must for collectors and aficionados of reed organs. Its aim is to present a complete listing and brief history of every manufacturer of reed organs in the world as an aid to the collector.
In the 13 years since publication of the first edition, hundreds of new names and historical facts have come to light and are included in this. Ashford’s Easy Organ Voluntaries for Reed or Pipe Organ; Throughout her life, Mrs. Ashford’s character was known for wit, humor, and kindliness.
At the same time, she gave serious consideration to the value of a well-rounded education and mentorship in music, with the genuine support of parents or guardians. The term ; Construction -- Pipework. Flue pipes ; Reed pipes ; Free reeds ; Diaphones (valvular reeds) -- The Classical and medieval organ.
Greek and Roman antiquity ; The Byzantine organ ; The organ of the Arabs ; Early church organs ; Medieval organ theorists ; The church organ ; The portative and positive -- reed organ n.
A harmonium. reed organ n 1. (Instruments) a wind instrument, such as the harmonium, accordion, or harmonica, in which the sound is produced by reeds, each reed producing one note only 2.
(Instruments) a type of pipe organ, such as the regal, in which all the pipes are fitted with reeds reed′ or`gan n. a musical keyboard instrument, as. The first reed organ, also called a pump organ, was a Harmonium made by Alexandre Debain in in France.
Although many dealers aver that true antiques must be years old or older, many consider the pump organ in the same category as an automobile and include them as antiques if built before the Great Depression.
Antique Music Book - Landon's Reed Organ Method, Philadelphia - Theodore Tresser - Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin - Organ Music. The reed organ how to give it the proper care, simple complaints and easy remedies. With full explanations of the value of the stops, and directions for their proper use.
by Sears, Roebuck and Company. Published in Chicago.The important sound producing mechanisms involved in the organ reed pipe are discussed in detail but without recourse to mathematics.
The breadth and depth of the treatment are thought to be unique if only because it seems to be the first time that this quantity of material has been gathered together in one place. This is the final book in a 4-book collection of preludes, interludes, and postludes compiled and arranged by Carlo Rossini for performance on pipe, electronic or reed organs, and with Hammond registrations included.
No separate pedal notation staff is included, however many examples indicate notes for the pedals.