Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:
Contains the software requirements for the INDI-lite project. Materials date from 2008.
Contains detailed design documents describing the desired functionality of the INDI system. Materials date from 2005 to 2008.
The front of the card has a black and white picture of the organ, and the back has the specifications.
The paper has specifications of the organ on it, while the brochure has information about upcoming recitals and concerts.
There is a black and white photograph of the organ, a sheet of paper with specifications (appearing to be the first page of the article), and an article about the last 25 years of Felsberg organ building, including technical information and specifications on the organ at St. Paul.
There is a sheet of specifications for the organ, two postcards of the new organ, one of the old organ, and a photograph of the new Marcussen organ.
There are two photographs and two postcards of the organ, a sheet of specifications and a booklet about the organ and the history of organs in that church for the last 600 years.
There are two sheets of specifications, one for the larger organ and one for the smaller one. There is one brochure about the church of St. Jacobi and 5 other brochures about the organs in the church. There are two postcards of the larger organ, two of the smaller, and one postcard of an aerial view of Lubeck in which the church is visible.
There are two sheets of specifications, one for the great organ and one for the "Totentanz" organ. There are four postcards showing pictures of the interior of the church and organ before 1942 when it was presumable bombed and destroyed in the war. There are four postcards depicting the organs in the modern-day church and one postcard showing the exterior of the church.
There is a sheet of specifications and a smaller sheet with the specifications and some info about the organ, and information on the next organ concert. There are two brochures, one older and one newer, about the church itself. There is also one postcard and one photograph of the organ, and one postcard showing an angel blowing a trumpet.