Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:
Materials on the Johann-Andreas-Silbermann organ (1761), restored by Metzler (1993), located in the Arlesheim Cathedral in Arlesheim, Switzerland. Includes postcards of the Arlesheim Cathedral and the organ, photographs of the organ, two booklets about the Cathedral, specifications on the organ, and an article in German by Werner Lottermoser and Ernst Jenkner about the sound analysis of the restored Silbermann organ in Arlesheim. Materials dated approximately 1973-1990s.
Materials on the Johann Friedrich Wender organ (1703) in the Johann Sebastian Bach Church, Arnstadt, Germany. Includes postcards, brochures, photographs, specifications for the original organ and restored renovated organ, pamphlets about the Bach church and its history, and a pamphlet announcing all the concerts for the year 2003 in Arnstadt in commemoration of 300 years of Bach and organ in Arnstadt. Materials dated 2000 to 2007.
Materials on the Walcker organ at the Dankeskirche in Bad Nauheim, Germany. Includes a brochure about the church at Bad Nauheim, the organ's specifications, and a postcard of the church. Dated 1981.
Contains a photograph of the Metzler organ, and two brochures, one a photocopied one about the Metzler organ, and the other a booklet about the city of St. Alban. Also contains paper with organ specifications and directions to the organ.
The packet of papers consists of a bid or proposal by Berghaus to build a new practice organ on BYU campus. The packet details the proposed specifications for the organ, the cost estimate, and several pictures of Berghaus organs and their specifications.
Seven postcards (one large) of the great organ in the cathedral, two postcards of the smaller choir organ, one postcard of the stained glass windows, five postcards (one large) of the exterior of the church, a sheet of paper with a picture of the great organ with its specifications on the back, and one program for the dedication of the choir organ with its specifications on the back.
There are two brochures, one describing the Truhen organ and the other describing an Italian positiv organ built, and two identical papers describing the specifications of an old 200-year old table organ.
A single sheet with a picture of the Kuhn organ on the front and its specifications in the back.