chamber organ


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chamber organ

n
(Instruments) a small compact organ used esp for the authentic performance of preclassical music
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Roger Hamilton played the chamber organ in the manner intended.
Alexander Mason's Chamber organ and Thomas Trotter's harpsichord melded throughout.
His recital will feature the church's grand organ and chamber organ.
Myweekend started yesterday when I delivered my chamber organ to St Mary's Church in Swansea.
From 7pm tomorrow Dr Brunt will be at the keyboard of the rare Regency chamber organ, circa 1820, in Rowley Baptist Church, near Castleside, Consett.
Then began Bach's solemn motet ``Jesu, meine Freude'' (``Jesus, My Joy''), with his chorus accompanied by basso continuo: a cello, double-bass and chamber organ.
Later essays discuss the meaning of the restoration of the 1630 English chamber organ of the colloquium's venue--Historic St.
The four toccatas and the 'Intonazione noni toni' are played on a chamber organ.
Introducing the Christmas folk music in the final section, a lovely and gently lilting five-part villancico, a kind of folksong, is accompanied by chamber organ and a text combining Quechua phrases with Spanish.
Underlying continuos from accompanying Thomas Trotter on harpsichord and/or Roger Judd's chamber organ seemed at times to be on quasi automatic pilot.
The programme is highly varied with contrasting pieces to suit all tastes and his recital will feature the church's grand organ and chamber organ.
The mood might have been enhanced had the darker, more sustained effects of a chamber organ been available but harpsichordist James Johnstone had his finest moments in Buxtehude's cantata Jubilate Domino (Make a joyful noise unto the Lord), setting verses from Psalm 98.