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In the most recent issue

The July issue of Het ORGEL opens with the conclusion of the article ‘Orgel midden in de stad’ (Organ in the middle of the town), a 2-part article on the 50-year-old organ in the Rotterdam concert hall De Doelen.    This part discusses how Keijzer organized series of...
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In the most recent issue

The issue of May 2021 opens with the first part of an article by Iddo van der Giessen on the history of the Flentrop organ in de Doelen in Rotterdam. He discusses the history from a special point of view:  the use of the instrument by the two organists Arie J. Keijzer...
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In the recent number

  Albert Clement opens number 5 van vol. 116 (2020) with part 2 of his trilogy on Dutch organists of the school of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.   This part is about Dutch students at the conservatory in Leipzig in 1843-1847, among them Jan Albert van Eijken.  Clement...
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In the latest issue

The July issue opens with the first part of a series on Dutch organists from the School of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. In this introductory article the author, Albert Clement, discusses the founding of the conservatory in Leipzig by Mendelssohn Bartholdy, and the...
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In the latest issue

Cees van der Poel visited the organ in the Nicolaïkerk in Appingedam. He describes the long and rich history of the instrument and discusses the restoration completed in September, 2017. In the third article in the series ‘French renaissance fronts’ Auke H. Vlagsma...
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In the latest issue

Frans Jespers opens the 2nd issue of vol. 116 with part 2 of his article on the organ makers Brammertz and Gilman in the Netherlands.  He discusses their technical approach and a number of their organs that are partly or completely preserved.  An analysis of their...
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In the latest issue

The first issue of vol. 116 (2020) opens with the final article in the series ‘Orgelgebruik in de protestantse kerkdienst tussen 1886 en 1938’ {The use of the organ in protestant church services between 1886 and 1938}.  The author, Jan Smelik, discusses the...
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In the most recent issue:

The latest issue of volume 115 (2019) opens with part 5 of the series ‘The use of the organ in protestant church services between 1886 and 1938’. The author, Jan Smelik, discusses the position of the organist in the period in question. The Dutch Association of...
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In the most recent issue

In issue number 5 of the year 2019 Jan Smelik continues his series on organ playing in protestant church services between 1886 and 1938. He discusses the increasing attention given to the church modes and for ‘rhythmical singing’ of the Genevan psalm melodies....
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In the latest issue

Number 4 of volume 115 (2019) opens with the third part of Jan Smelik’s series ‘Orgelgebruik in de protestantse kerkdienst tussen 1886 en 1938’ (The use of the organ in protestant church services between 1886 and 1938).  He treats the accompanying of congregational...
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In the latest issue…

The new issue of het ORGEL contains the following articles: Organ use in protestant church services between 1886 and 1938. Part 2 Jan Zwart – Willem Mudde. Musical-hermeneutic investigations (I) L’Art total. On the death of Jean Guillou (1930-2019) The disposition...