Re: [Slovak-World] Bach?
- Nick, et. al.--
The last concert I took my late father to was a performance of Saint-Saens third Symphonie ("The organ symphony")
at the refurbished Severance Hall in Cleveland
As part of the restoration, they took the pipes out from hidden behind a wall, and put them prominently along the back wall of the stage. Dad was so thrilled, he was disappointed when it ended.
I've also attended a number of recitals at Kulas auditorium at Baldwin-Wallace College
where they also have a fiarly good pipe organ.
Cleveland, like most of the "rust-belt" cities, may have it's problems, but fine food and culture are not among them.
-------------- Original message from Nick Holcz <nickh@...>: --------------
> Skeeter, I am far from being an expert but we went to a small ([Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> audience numbers) recital by Roger Woodward and he talked about
> everything he played and I can remember him saying that fugues were
> written for harpsichords. I love the sound of a harpsichord and pipe
> organs. We were so lucky with the world famous artists who came to
> the little town ( 10,000 people) and also the small amount of people
> who attended.
> I remember one of my friends at school who played the pipe organ in
> the school chapel playing some pop tune and it made me realize how
> good an instrument they are.
> Lurch from the Addams's family plays the harpsichord (maybe).