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  • A Glorius Tone If Ever There Was One

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCZxu...e=channel_page

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC6Wm...eature=channel

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      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-u-Ql6_Gm8 [:D]



      and



      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t38aWitpVXQ

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        Ah, I knew him well.




        (no, not Grandpa Jones).

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          [quote user="soubasse32"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC6Wm...eature=channel[/quote]



          Ahhh Maestro SB32 - Thank you for providing such glory on this Forum.



          In utmost gratitude and humility,



          K-phone   : - D



           



           



           

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            ......I think when you post these links it would be helpful those those of us to know something about what the link is without having to click on it to figure it out rather than just giving a link with no explanation.



            just a thought!

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              [quote user="NYCFarmboy"]......I think when you post these links it would be helpful those those of us to know something about what the link is without having to click on it to figure it out rather than just giving a link with no explanation.

              just a thought![/quote]I almost always do that, but in this case I was responding in the exact same format as the OP;the end result is a little surprise. [:D]




              [quote user="Kéraulophone"]Ahhh Maestro SB32 - Thank you for providing such glory on this Forum.[/quote]




              My favorite spot happens at 1'55"wherethefortissimomelts into a luscioussea of fonds. [:)] Talk about 'glorious tone'...!




              I find the difference between the two organs fascinating. 90 ranks larger, St. Bartholomew is bristling with pistons, expression pedals, and other accoutrements. Though elegant, the console atSt-Sulpice is relatively primitive in comparison, withno thumb pistons and only one swell shoe - yet it is entirely capable of playing anything. Not bad for an instrument built in 1862!




              St. Bart's is impressive, butis so very different.

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                I found this one to be funny... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2kG3Mptt2Q

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                  I still like the Grandpa Jones...that's from the first episode of Hee-Haw by the way.

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                    [quote user="soubasse32"]

                    [quote user="NYCFarmboy"]......I think when you post these links it would be helpful those those of us to know something about what the link is without having to click on it to figure it out rather than just giving a link with no explanation.

                    just a thought![/quote]I almost always do that, but in this case I was responding in the exact same format as the OP; the end result is a little surprise.  [:D]



                    [quote user="Kéraulophone"]Ahhh Maestro SB32 - Thank you for providing such glory on this Forum.[/quote]



                    My favorite spot happens at 1'55" where the fortissimo melts into a luscious sea of fonds.  [:)]  Talk about 'glorious tone'...!



                    I find the difference between the two organs fascinating.  90 ranks larger, St. Bartholomew is bristling with pistons, expression pedals, and other accoutrements.  Though elegant, the console at St-Sulpice is relatively primitive in comparison, with no thumb pistons and only one swell shoe -  yet it is entirely capable of playing anything.  Not bad for an instrument built in 1862!



                    St. Bart's is impressive, but is so very different.



                    [/quote]



                     



                    Aloha GrandMaster SB32,



                    Yes - that is a wonderful *melting* into fonds - I most certainly do agree.



                    Cheerio,



                    K-phone   : - ) 

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                      [quote user="Kéraulophone"]Yes - that is a wonderful *melting* into fonds.[/quote]Seems you caught myplay on words. [8-|]

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                        Another video from Fred Hohman's channel, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqdOfXb2M1M
                        I think everyone will recognize the builder and the particular location immediately.

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                          My two cents:



                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUxBzAfmLiM



                          I think that initial salvo shaved a couple years off of some of the attendants' lives.

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                            Well since we have a random selection on music here.... this is my new favorite anthem by David Childs I want to be Where your barefoot walks.




                            To those who are interested this is preformed at First Methodist Orlando a wonderfull place for choirs.




                            The Choir is outstanding too.... they rehearsed twice before performing.




                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MDNHckfQB8




                            by the way... I have tons of First Methodist in the photo section.




                            And last but not least their organ is being rebuilt this summer before the National Convocation of United Methodist. Several major concerts are being planned into next year that will feature the Organ. Origionaly Aeolian Skinner opus 1410.

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