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Jürgen Ahrend, organbuilder
|Statement||edited by James L. Wallmann and Lawrence H. Moe.|
|Series||Publications of the American Organ Academy ;, 1|
|Contributions||Ahrend, Jürgen., Wallmann, James L., Moe, Lawrence, 1917-, American Organ Academy., American Organ Academy. Conference|
|LC Classifications||ML424.A37 J87 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||95181881|
Grand Organ in Oude Kerk. The huge baroque organ of Oude Kerk in Amsterdam is known for its unique sound and while the church has also two other more modern organs, it is often called a Grand Organ of the church. It has been built between by a German Christian Vater from Hanover. The Oude Kerk Grand Organ has 54 gold plated oak pipes. In this recording, Martin Neu plays the Ahrend organ in Herzogenaurach. The organ builder Jürgen Ahrend from Leer, North Germany is reckoned to be one of the leading organ builders and restorers, and who has gained an international reputation particularly for his consistent restoration work and his great artistry in voicing.
List of pipe organ builders. An alphabetical list of known organ builders who have gained extensive popularity. Are recognized builder of pipe organs, but not by electronic organs or instruments harmonica. The years passed in persons living data, in company founding dates or years of activity here. Wilhelm Ahrend, Circa - Wilhelm Ahrend Wilhelm Ahrend was born circa , to Arent Johan Hag and Maria Hag (born Ahrend). Arent was born in , in Barlin, Demmin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Deutschland.
Martinikerk Rondeau is a minute documentary film about the historic organs of the Dutch province of Groningen. Zuidbroek, Farmsum, and Middelstum. The film gains its authority from detailed interviews with organ builder Jurgen Ahrend, organ consultant Cor Edskes and organ builder Bernhardt Edskes. It was released as part of the boxed. The Dresden organ builder, Kristian Wegscheider, received the commission to build an organ of 21 stops on two manuals and pedal according to 18th-century Thuringian and Saxon models. It is intended to be the ideal instrument for presenting Bach’s organ music with its choice of stops, its style of construction, its keyboard range, its speech.
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Jürgen Ahrend, Organbuilder book [Wallman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Wallman. In Jurgen Ahrend placed new pipework in the empty case of with a view to replicating the original 17th century organ.
There are two manuals and pedal, with a total of 17 stops. There are in fact two recitals on this CD.4/5(2). 48 rows Jürgen Ahrend (born ) is a German organ builder famous for restoring instruments. COVID Resources.
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Although Im aware that itll be not to the biggest benefit for non german speakers: an audio interview with Jürgen Ahrend, who celebrates his birthday today, has been published by NDR, lasting not less than 2 hours. (But possibly theres even a chance a bi lingual speaker makes a translation, w.
The Ahrend and Brunzema Organ of the Amsterdam's Oude Kerk - One of the key figures was the German organ builder Jürgen Ahrend who was also responsible for the reconstruction of this organ, and who already had some experience in this department.
It was included in a book published in by the German-born organist Joachim. Jürgen Ahrend is en Orgelmaker in Leer-Loog. In de ganze Welt bekannt wurrn is he door de Restauratschonen vun Örgeln ut de Barocktied, besönners vun de Arp-Schnitger-Örgel vun de Jacobikark in Hamborg, vun de Martinikerk in Grunneng un van de Ludgerikark in Nörden un ok vun de Ebert-Örgel vun de Hoofkark in Innsbruck.
He hefft in't Orgelbo un bi’t Restaureeren dat Seggen. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jürgen Ahrend (born ) is a German organ builder famous for restoring instruments such as the Rysum organ and the Arp Schnitger organ in St.
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Jürgen Ahrend is a German organ builder famous for restoring instruments such as the Rysum organ and the Arp Schnitger organ in. the organ of Nidaros cathedral in trondheim built by joachim wagner, restored by jürgen ahrend, In the Preussian musician Johann Daniel Berlin was appointed organist of Nidaros cathedral, which at that time had no organ as the previous ones had.
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The organbuilder Joachim Kayser was paid for seven register knobs aroundwhich may have been when the organ was separated into individual stops (though it could have been earlier). Regardless, the original mechanism to activate the 8’ Praestant still functions as it did inwith a large lever just above the music : Pastor Peters.
The Italian organ in the Silver Chapel, Court-Church organbuilder unknown, ca. restored by Pier Paolo Donati and Jürgen Ahrend The Silver Chapel. Connected to the Court Church (Hofkirche), the Silver Chapel is situated above what today is the passage route to the former city moat.
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Jürgen Barth (born ), German engineer and racecar driver; Jürgen Bartsch (–), German serial killer; Jürgen von Beckerath (–), German Egyptologist. The Organ Yearbook by Peter (editor) Williams and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This category is being discussed as part of a Categories for discussion process.
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I think, between the pair of us, we did rather well; this is an organ of just 11 stops (which includes the Ped Bourdon 16). It is a very versatile little organ, considering.
Gerhard Brunzema: His Work and His Influence (Hardback) by Thomas Donahue and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Gerhard Brunzema by Donahue, Thomas - AbeBooks. Documents the craft of the organbuilder Gerhard Brunzema () in terms of the organs he built and how his instruments and his approach to organbuilding had an influence on music history.
Divided into two parts, Part I contains essays by people who knew Brunzema and his work, and documents his skill both in the restoration of historically significant instruments in Europe, as well as in.
Jürgen Ahrend (born ) is a German organ builder famous for restoring instruments such as the Rysum organ and the Arp Schnitger organ in St. Jacobi, Hamburg (St James's Church) as well as building original instruments.
He is interviewed extensively in the .A. J. Carter Organ Builder Ltd. (–present) – Stanley, West Yorkshire Vincent Coggin Organ Builder (c–present) – Terrington St Clement, Norfolk  Cousans Organs (–present) – formerly Lincoln now Leicester .III/77 Arp Schnitger organ (, /92) of the Ludgerikirche, Norden, Germany, restored by Jurgen Ahrend, The contract for this well-known instrument was signed on Febru Following Schnitger's addition of the Oberwerk in /92, the organ became the largest and most important in East Frisia.