A cross-section of instruments included recorder, fiddles, melodeon and travel-friendly reed organ
Yamaha began in 1887, when medical equipment technician Torakusu Yamaha took on the task of repairing a reed organ
From the motorik drive of the title track, to the darker Brian Eno-like string arrangements or the stark joyfulness of a Welsh sea shanty accompanied by wheezing reed organ
this is a varied and intriguing collection of songs.
With the invention of the reed organ
, the German colonials living in Russia had an alternative and began importing or building on site the less expensive reed organs
The harmonium in question normally lives at Phil and Pam Fluke's Reed Organ
and Harmonium Museum at the Victoria Hall in Saltaire.
Yamaha began over one hundred years ago when a young entrepreneur named Torakusu Yamaha set out to craft a high-quality reed organ
Museum visitors can also hear the sounds of ragtime from a mahogany Aeolian Orchestrelle player reed organ
and a Link automatic piano (circa 1910).
Divided into three parts, Part One of Second to None traces the early history of the church--from the beginnings of Second Baptist Church in 1854 as a split from First Baptist Church of Atlanta over the use of a small reed organ
to the new church's rise in prominence within the Southern Baptist Convention.
The music teacher introduced and led an in-depth discussion on some Indian instruments such as the tambura (a drone instrument with a pear-shaped gourd resonator, a long tapering neck, and four strings), the tabla (a pair of drums with a small wooden drum called the dayan and a larger metal drum called bayan), and the harmonium (a reed organ
with hand-pumped bellows imported from Europe).
It was a considerable financial stretch for the tiny Church of the Resurrection to buy itself a Brombaugh pipe organ to replace the Estey reed organ
the church had been using, says music director Betty Jean Bartholo- mew.