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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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And it has been awarded the coveted "All-Steinway School" status, one of only a few in the UK; with its Capstone Theatre home to a PS120,000 Steinway Model D piano, an 18th century chamber organ, harpsichords and a variety of other Steinway pianos.
He is also joined by some stellar players including recorder whizz Piers Adams, Howard Beach (harpsichord and chamber organ), master fiddler Nick Pynn and percussionist Stephen Hiscock.
The cathedral will take delivery of two digital organs and a small chamber organ in preparation for the concert.
The eight singers of I Fagiolini under Robert Hollingworth were accompanied by a continuo of chamber organ plus various sizes of theorbo, as well as two violins and the six-strong English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble.
The chamber organ was built for Mr Wood by the Slovenian firm of Skrabl and was installed in the chapel last month.
Roger Hamilton played the chamber organ in the manner intended.
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.
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. These pieces were composed while Gabrieli was an organist at St Mark's, Venice and were meant to be played during Mass.
At his death there were three keyboard instruments in the house -- a chamber organ and two harpsichords.
This is charmingly accomplished, and by simple means: Bells and horses' hoofsteps bring the listener to the church, while the small chamber organ's processional music extends an invitation to enter and hear Renaissance motets and secular pieces about sacred subjects.