Because music racks are often built quite low to preserve sightlines over the console, organ music is usually published in oblong or landscape format. Jazz [ edit ] Electronic organs and electromechanical organs such as the Hammond organ have an established role in a number of popular-music genres, such as blues, jazz, gospel, and 1960s and ...
This category is a collection of articles relating to the organ (the musical instrument), including pipe organs, electronic organs, organists and related topics.. Related topics include Category:Electric and electronic keyboard instruments.
Organ, a 1996 Japanese film about organ thieves; The Organ, a 1965 Slovak film; Periodicals. Organ, any official periodical (i.e., magazine, newsletter, or similar publication) of an organization; Organ, a UK music magazine run by Organart; The Organ, an underground newspaper published in San Francisco
In music, organ is a word that can mean several kinds of musical instruments. The word comes from the Greek ὄργανον organon , which means " organ ", " instrument ", or " tool ". Most organs are played using keyboards , one or more of which may be played using the feet .
Jun 15, 2017 · The theatre organ was originally designed for accompaniment to silent movies. An organ would sit in the back of a movie theatre, and an organist would play during the film. Because they are compact and simpler to play than grand cathedral-style pipe organs, they became popular for many genres.
The following is a list of notable organists from the past and present who perform organ literature Living organists ... (1935-2016) Jean Langlais (1907–1991 ...
Apr 08, 2016 · Fri 8 Apr 2016 18.11 EDT Last modified on Tue 28 Nov 2017 18.29 EST. ... on the organ and its music in Georgian England, he worked with the great iconoclastic outsider of the music faculty ...
Clark has been called the "Mother of Contemporary Gospel Music". In addition to singing, Clark is a heralded musician. Known as "the Queen of the B3 Hammond Organ", she is a member of the Hammond organ Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
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From Middle English organe, from Old French organe, from Latin organum, from Ancient Greek ὄργανον (órganon, “an instrument, implement, tool, also an organ of sense or apprehension, an organ of the body, also a musical instrument, an organ”), from Proto-Indo-European *werǵ-. Doublet of orgue.
1. (General American) IPA(key): /ˈɔɹ.ɡən/ 2. (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈɔː.ɡən/ 3. Rhymes: -ɔː(ɹ)ɡən 4. Hyphenation: or‧gan
organ (plural organs) 1. A larger part of an organism, composed of tissues that perform similar functions.quotations ▼ 1.1. 2018, Sandeep Jauhar, Heart: a History, →ISBN, page 98: 1.1.1. No matter the extraordinary progress that has been made in heart surgery over the past century, the heart remains a vulnerable organ. 2. (by extension) A body of an organizationdedicated to the performing of certain functions. 3. (music) A musical instrument that has multiple pipes which play when a key is pr...
organ (plural organs) 1. Alternative form of organe
1. “organ(e (n.)” in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007, retrieved 2018-04-02.
From Latin organum, a borrowing from Ancient Greek ὄργανον (órganon),
organ n (definite singular organet, indefinite plural organ or organer, definite plural organa or organene) 1. (anatomy, biology) an organ 2. an organ (publication which represents an organisation) 3. a body (e.g. an advisory body)
1. orgel (musical instrument)
From Ancient Greek ὄργανον (órganon), via Latin organum
organ n (definite singular organet, indefinite plural organ, definite plural organa) 1. (anatomy, biology) an organ 2. an organ (publication which represents an organisation) 3. a body (e.g. an advisory body)
1. orgel (musical instrument)
1. IPA(key): /ˈɔr.ɡan/
organ m inan 1. organ, part of an organism 2. (by extension)unit of government dedicated to a specific function 3. (politics) organ, official publication of a politicalorganization
From Byzantine Greek ὄργανος (órganos), from Ancient Greek ὄργανον (órganon), partly through the intermediate of Slavic *orъganъ. Some senses also based on French orgue (cf. orgă), Italian organum, Italian organo.
organ n (plural organe) 1. organ (part of organism) 2. (archaic) organ (musical instrument)
1. IPA(key): /ǒrɡaːn/ 2. Hyphenation: or‧gan
òrgān m (Cyrillic spelling о̀рга̄н) 1. organ(part of an organism)
organ n 1. (anatomy) an organ(a part of the body) 2. (dated) a voice (of a singer or actor) 2.1. Hon förenade med ett utmärkt teateryttre en hög grad af intelligens, en ypperlig organ och en förträfflig deklamationskonst 2.1.1. She combined with excellent theatrical looks a high degree of intelligence, an extraordinary voice and a splendid mastery of declamation 3. an organ; a newspaper(of an organization, i.e. its voice)
Oct 08, 2016 · ELGAR NIMROD – LARGEST PIPE ORGAN IN ASIA - WEIWUYING 衛武營 National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts 高雄 - Duration: 5:02. scottbrothersduo 432,780 views 5:02
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