AN OUTLINE OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE PIPE ORGAN, designed for the General Information of Organists, Church Committees, and Musical Students,

By: Wm. H Clarke

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AN OUTLINE OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE PIPE ORGAN, designed for the General Information of Organists, Church Committees, and Musical Students, by Wm. H Clarke
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Organ Literature Foundation, publishers, Massachusetts - ISBN:0913746096, undated. softcover, 5¾" x 8¾. Facsimile reproduction in GOOD condition. This book is an unabridged republication (facsimile) of the original published by Oliver Ditson & Co, and includes 35 drawings of mechanical parts, a list of organ pieces performed at public organ recitals in Europe, tone combinations graded from the smallest effective single manual organ without pedals, to a schedule of colossal magnitude. At rear, references for 1870s organ builders with pipe organs shown (adverts).

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