English organ culture in the 19th century by Tjeerd van der Ploegby Tjeerd van der Ploeg | Het ORGEL | Year 113 | (2017) | Issue 1
Tjeerd van der Ploeg English organ culture in the 19th century
Het ORGEL 113 (2017), nr. 1, 24-35 [summary]
The English organs that have been placed in The Netherlands are almost all instruments from the 19th century, the period in which the English organ in a short time underwent a complete transfiguration. This process is described in this article. The most important organ builders are introduced and the characteristics of the 19th-century English organ discussed. The article opens with a short backward glance toward the 17th and 18th centuries, to make the changes in English organ building easier to understand.
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