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Introduction Part I. Prologue: Renaissance and Reformation 1. The Music, Compoers, and Organs 2. England, France, Italy, and Spain 3. Netherlands, Germany, and Central Europe Part II. Late Renaissance to Early Baroque 4. England 5. France and Catholic Netherlands 6. Italy 7. Spain and Portugal 8. Northern Netherlands 9. North and Central Germany 10. South Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Switzerland Part III. High Baroque 11. England 12. France and Lower Netherlands 13. Italy 14. Spain, Portugal, and Mesoamerica 15. Northern Germany, Holland, and Scandinavia 16. Central Germany 17. South Germany, Austria, and Eastern Europe Part IV. Summation: Late Baroque to Classical 18. England and Coastal United States 19. France, Alsace, and Lower Netherlands (Belgium) 20. Italy 21. Spain, Portugal, and Latin America 22. Protestant Germany, Holland, and Scandinavia 23. Catholic Germany, Austria, and Eastern Europe Appendix I: Restored Historic Organs in North America Appendix II: Modern Historically Based Organs in North America Bibliography Index
A delightful guide to registration practices, region by region and period by period
Barbara Owen, an active lecturer, teacher, recitalist, and organ consultant, is Librarian of the Organ Library at Boston University and author of The Organ in New England, E. Power Biggs: Concert Organist, and articles in the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians and many organ journals. She is also co-author (with Peter Williams) of The Organ.
"In this book, Barbara Owen has created a rich resource of historical information coupled with strategies for interpreting that information on today's instruments." oJournal of the American Musical Instrument Society "... Barbara Owen has succeeded admirably in distilling three centuries of organ registration practice into a volume less than three hundred pages long... Anyone with an interest in the history of the organ and its music ... will not want to ignore this book." oSixteenth Century Journal "It is rare to find a book that combines such careful scholarship with a practical focus that makes it accessible to performing musicians as well as research specialists." oNotes "An excellent volume from historical, musical style and interpretive standpoints. Highly recommended for all large academic and professional music collections." Choice " ... recommend this book to all serious organists." oThe American Organist Magazine