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Amazon's self publishing service,
this is how I have published my music.
Music software company.
Makers of Music Time Deluxe
An American composer with a catalog of hundreds of works in many forms—from solo instrumental pieces to operas,
and from orchestral works to hymn tunes.
18th century German composer.
Classic Midi Works
Canadian midi equipment supplier. They have extensive parts and kits to build a midi organ.
Very well made and free digital sampled virtual organ. Many samplesets available. Slightly better than J-Organ as it uses WAV samples
instead of soundfonts. Highly customizable.
Hauptwerk Virtual Organ Software
Virtual pipe organ software. Turn your computer into famous pipe organs from around the world.
Java based virtual pipe organ software. Highly customizable using soundfonts as the basis of the pipe organ sounds.
Young up and coming organist from the Netherlands. There are many performances available to view on YouTube.
Dutch-Canadian organist who records and concertizes extesively. CDs and sheet music are also available on his site.
James Kibbie is internationally renowned as an authority on the organ music of Johann Sebastian Bach. He has performed the complete cycle of Bach
organ works in a series of eighteen recitals and is in constant demand as a Bach recitalist and clinician. His recordings of the complete Bach works
on historic baroque organs in Germany have been welcomed with enthusiastic critical and audience acclaim. Thanks to generous support from Dr. Barbara
Furin Sloat in honor of J. Barry Sloat, the University of Michigan is offering Dr. Kibbie's recordings of all 274 Bach works as free internet downloads:
Bach Organ Works
Organist, composer and teacher.
The Liberace of the pipe organ, Fox is a vituoso like no other.
The Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America is a professional association of firms engaged in building traditional pipe organs and
are dedicated to quality and craftsmanship.
The mission of the American Guild of Organists is to enrich lives through organ and choral music.
A professional association dedicated to the science, art, music, and integrity of traditional organbuilding.
The Organ Historical Society is dedicated to documenting and preserving historic pipe organs and to raising public awareness
and appreciation of America's organ heritage.
Since its founding in Amsterdam in 1957, the International Society of Organbuilders (ISO) has been the nexus for professional
organ builders. Its goal is to promote an atmosphere in which professionals might find a forum for sharing knowledge and discussing
professional concerns; an exchange of information in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
A comprehensive and extensive look at the history of the development and the inner workings of the King of Instruments.
Authored by James H. Cook, Professor of Music at Birmingham Southern College.
The Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies' web page gives a succinct history of the instrument.
An extensive searchable and cross referenced database of organ stops with information on the names, tone color, construction and etymology
with many sound samples and pictures.
Forum for organists, and enthusiasts. Covers the instruments (pipe and electronic) repetoir and much, much more.
Electronic mailing list whose members discuss musical, technical, and historical aspects of organs of all kinds.
Alliance, OH, USA
Hartford, CT, USA
Roca, NE, USA
Bellwood IL, USA
Champaign, IL, USA
Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Canada
Conifer, CO, USA
Collingdale, PA, USA
Gloucester, MA, USA
Denver, NC, USA
Lake City, IA, USA
Tacoma, WA, USA
New York, NY, USA
Elora, ON, Canada
San Leandro, CA, USA
Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Hartville, OH, USA
Seattle, WA, USA
East Haddam, CT, USA
Washington, DC, USA
Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Canada
Canandaigua, NY, USA
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Warrensburg, MO, USA
Lawrence, KS, USA
Ooltewah, TN, USA
Krnov, Czech Republic
Chester/Cambridgeport VT, USA
Orrville, OH, USA
Benicia, CA, USA
Staunton, VA, USA
Appleton, WI, USA
Built by the Los Angeles Art Organ Company for the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, the Wanamaker Organ was
designed by renowned organ architect George Ashdown Audsley, author of The Art of Organ-Building.
A large collection of virtual tours of organs from Europe. Recorded performance, pictures and descriptions included with each.
From the Tabernacle organ with its iconic, gilded façade to the imposing, cherry wood case of the Conference Center organ; from the flamed copper
pipework of the Assembly Hall organ to the other smaller organs used for worship or in practice rooms, the pipe organs on Temple Square exhibit a
breadth of approach to organ construction and tonal design. While each of these instruments receives regular use, the Tabernacle and Conference
Center organs are heard most often by the public - in recitals, on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's weekly broadcast of Music and the Spoken
, on numerous recordings, and at countless other occasions.
Home of the largest musical instrument on earth. More powerful than a dozen orchestras, it can both whisper and thunder into the 5.5 million cubic feet of air space
in the main arena, A second instrument by W. W. Kimball is also part of the Adrian Phillips Ballroom.
The Pipe Organ Taxonomy project was created with the intention of exploring the evolution and characteristics of organ cases from several organbuilding
regions in Europe, trying to understand the relationships between the construction of organs and different themes such as music, visual arts, sculpture,
culture and society.
IMSLP stands for International Music Score Library Project. The logo is a capital letter A, taken from the very first press-printed book of polyphonic music,
the Harmonice Musices Odhecaton, published in 1501. Its printer, Ottaviano Petrucci, is this library's namesake.
A commercial site for various instruments including the organ.
Commercial site for a large quantity of sheet music for all instruments. You can search for specific pieces or by category.
Organ music scores from the Organ Historical Society.
From American Public Media.
Online streaming of baroque organ music from the people that brought you OrganLive!.
Online streaming organ music.
30 minute to 2 hour blocks of related classical organ music from the people that brought you OrganLive!.