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  1. Organ (music) - Wikipedia

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    In music, the organ (from Greek ὄργανον organon, "organ, instrument, tool") is a keyboard instrument of one or more pipe divisions or other means for producing tones, each played with its own keyboard, played either with the hands on a keyboard or with the feet using pedals.

  2. The most famous organ music - YouTube

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    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 424,110 views 5:02

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  3. Category:Organs (music) - Wikipedia

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    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.

  4. Organ (music) - Wikimedia Commons

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    Nov 21, 2019 · The organ is a keyboard instrument played using one or more manuals and a pedalboard. It uses wind moving through metal or wood pipes and/or it uses sampled organ sounds or oscillators to produce sound, which remains constant while a key is depressed.

  5. 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.

  6. Organ - Wikipedia

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    Organ (music), a family of keyboard musical instruments characterized by sustained tone Electronic organ, an electronic keyboard instrument; Hammond organ, an electro-mechanical keyboard instrument; Pipe organ, a musical instrument that produces sound when pressurized air is driven through a series of pipes

  7. Organ repertoire - Wikipedia

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    In Germany, a revival of interest in organ music began with Felix Mendelssohn who wrote six Sonatas, three Preludes and Fugues, and several smaller works for the organ. Josef Rheinberger wrote 20 sonatas for the organ and numerous smaller works, all of which blend the romantic style with the contrapuntal complexity of the old German masters.

  8. Church Organ Music - YouTube

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    This playlist is about Pipe Organ Music

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    The music organ consists of one or more sets of pipes, each of which has their own keyboard for making notes. Music organs continue to be popular instruments in sporting events and liturgical performances. What are the features of musical organs? Swell boxes: Church organs typically have a swell box. The swell box consists of a box made of wood ...

  10. These are absolutely the best organ pieces in existence ...

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    Poulenc’s Organ Concerto is one of the most frequently performed pieces of original organ music not written in the Baroque period. Princess Edmond de Polignac originally commissioned the piece to be written as an easy organ piece for her to be able to play herself with a chamber orchestra accompaniment - however, Poulenc quickly dismissed ...