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Het orgel 2017/05


René Verwer Artikel bekijken  The organ in the concert hall (4 - conclusion)
Peter van Dijk Artikel bekijken  The Mattheus de Crane organ in the Hervormde Kerk in Waspik
Hugo Bakker & Jan Hage Artikel bekijken  Jan Welmers - 80 years old
Lourens Stuifbergen Artikel bekijken  The “Tres Meditationes Sacrae” of Albert de Klerk
Sietze de Vries Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Wim van Beek
Harmen Trimp Artikel bekijken  The International Martini Orgelconcours Groningen 2017
Peter Ouwerkerk & Jan Smelik Artikel bekijken  Merging of Het Orgel with Muziek & Liturgie : a responsible decision?
   
   


het ORGEL Previously published summaries

 
Christian Ahrens and Jonas Braasch  Christian Gottlieb Kratzenstein: inventor of the organ stops with free reeds
Aad Alblas  The Genevan Psalter in its time
 Second Symposium on Calvin's Psalter
Bart Ankersmit Artikel bekijken  Why do our historical organs split?
Robert Jan August Robert Schumann’s BACH-fugues
Hugo Bakker Artikel bekijken  Musical strife in The Netherlands? pro and contra 'music of the future' (1850-1880)
  Artikel bekijken  Jan Welmers - 80 years old
Pieter Bakker  Musica mathematica
 New developments connected with the organ festival VOOR DE WIND
 Key Characteristics
Wolfgang Baumgratz  Albert de Klerk: Organ Works
Aart van Beek Artikel bekijken  Het orgel in de St.-Margaretakerk te Boksum
Artikel bekijken  The organ in the Nicolaaskerk in Wijhe
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in the Grote Kerk in Dalfsen
  Artikel bekijken  The organ from Gapinge in the Nationaal Orgelmuseum in Elburg
Hans Beek  The ‘Husumer Orgelbuch’ of 1758
How fast should we play 17th and 18th century music?
Sketch of Dieterich Buxtehude’s (musical) daily life
Organ culture is benefited by research in archives
Organ information in historical newspapers
  Artikel bekijken  Searching digitally for organ-building data
Michael Belotti The earliest sources of Buxtehude’s organ music
Léon Berben Sweelinck’s keyboard works: were they perhaps played on clavichords?
Ornamenting in the organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach
Henco de Berg Artikel bekijken The organ symphonies of Arie J. Keijzer (01)
  Artikel bekijken The organ symphonies of Arie J. Keijzer (02)
Aart Bergwerff The Organ and world music – les extrêmes se touchent
Berry van Berkum  Saxophonist Gijs Hendriks and the organ
“How do you unite your integrity with progress?” – Interview with Bert van den Brink
Jos Beijer  The organworks of Ton Bruynèl
Geert Bierling  A plea for rehabilitation of playing of 'transcriptions'
  Artikel bekijken  Organ arrangements of Vivaldi's L' Estro Armonico
Jan Böcker  Gerard Bunk (1888-1958)
Rick Boele and Gerard Verweij Artikel bekijken The emergence of the Groningen organ landscape
Joachim Bollen  Lefébure-Wely, a composer of decadent organ music?
Richard Bot The organ in the Roman Catholic liturgy since the Second Vatican Council
Christian Ahrens and Jonas Braasch  Christian Gottlieb Kratzenstein: inventor of the organ stops with free reeds
Jaap Brouwer  The Hill organ in the Pieterskerk at Leiden
Gerben Budding Artikel bekijken  The 8 organ sonatas van Samuel de Lange, Jr.
Bart van Buitenen Artikel bekijken  ‘The whole thing, case pipes and everything’. Old organs as source of inspiration for the nineteenth century. Part 2
  Artikel bekijken  ‘The whole thing, case pipes and everything’. Het oude orgel als inspiratiebron voor de negentiende eeuw. Deel 1
  Artikel bekijken  ‘The whole thing, case pipes and everything’. Old organs as source of inspiration for the nineteenth century. Part 3
Hermann J. Busch Organ music – The panorama of 1938. (Lecture at the symposium ‘Pro Organo Pleno’ - 13 June, 2008)
Antonio Caporaso Giovanni Salvatore - a contemporary of Frescobaldi
Willem Jan Cevaal  The music publisher Ars Nova
Albert Clement Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and the chorale (1)
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and the chorale (2)
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and the chorale (3)
  Artikel bekijken Pieter Bustijn (1649-1729) - A local organist of international significance
  Artikel bekijken  The art of Buxtehude’s organ chorales. Part 1
  Artikel bekijken  The art of Buxtehude’s organ chorales. Part 2
  Artikel bekijken  ‘Sechs Choräle von verschiedener Art’ - Part 1: Dating and musical structure
  Artikel bekijken  ‘Sechs Choräle von verschiedener Art’. Part 2: The texts of the organ chorales (BWV 645, 650, 646)
  Artikel bekijken  ‘Sechs Choräle von verschiedener Art’. Part 3: The texts of the organ chorales (BWV 649, 647, 648) and the theological structure
  Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Bram Beekman
Gemma Coebergh  Charles Matthews wins Franck Contest
 Guus Janssen: Pruledium and Momba
Hans Davidsson Artikel bekijken  Arp Schnitger: legator of an unsurpassed organ-building tradition
  Artikel bekijken  “Adjö”. The last interview with Cor Edskes, 24 April, 2014
Wim Diepenhorst  The Van Covelens organ in the St.-Laurenskerk at Alkmaar
 The Verschueren organ at Roggel
 The organ in the Hervormde Kerk at Sassenheim
Julia Dokter Artikel bekijken Musical rhetoric in Sweelinck’s keyboard variations on sacred melodies (I)
  Artikel bekijken Musical rhetoric in Sweelinck’s keyboard variations on sacred tunes (02)
Bert van Dijk Wire for organ actions since the 19th century
Peter van Dijk  Sweelinck Symposium 1999
 The Van Hagerbeer organ in the Pieterskerk at Leiden
 Orgelcultuur in Stralsund en Tallinn
 Organ building after 2000 (V)
 Bach in the Netherlands around 1900
 The electronic organ in the Boogkerk in Amersfoort
 60th anniversary of Gebr. van Vulpen Organ builders
   The König/Verschueren organ in the Paterskirche at Kempen (Germany)
 Kristian Wegscheider restores Friese organ at Zettemin
 Gaston Kern and the Silbermann organ at Ebersmunster
 The organ of the Dom in Innsbruck (A)
 Flentrop revisited
 The organ builders Gebr. Reil
 Johann Heinrich Mundt and the organ in the Church of the Virgin Mary before the Tyn at Prague
 The Arp Schnitger organ in the Jacobikerk at Uithuizen
 The organ in the Reformed Church at Mijdrecht
 The organ in the Magnuskerk at Anloo
 Recent organological papers
 Two new practice organs
 The Garrels organ in the Oud-Katholieke Kerk at Den Haag
 The restoration of the Organ in the Der Aa-Kerk, Groningen
 Discussion about organ Der Aa-kerk Groningen continued 
 Dutch organ culture between 1965 and 1970
 Cornet and Sweelinck: new evidence on their keyboard music
The organs of the St.-Jan parish at Laren
Estonia: a dynamic organ culture
The significance of the organ building firm Van Oeckelen according to HET ORGEL
Van der Putten organs at Bremen and Aurich
 The liturgical function of Buxtehude’s organ works
The organ in Overlangbroek and the organmaker Albertus van Os
  Artikel bekijken  Restoration policy between 1970 and 2011 in particular in the province of Groningen
  Artikel bekijken  The Netherlands’ largest Ibach organ reborn; the main organ of the St.-Gertrudiskerk in Bergen op Zoom. Part 1
  Artikel bekijken  The Netherlands’ largest Ibach organ reborn; the main organ of the St.-Gertrudiskerk in Bergen op Zoom. Part 2
  Artikel bekijken  The J.H.H. Bätz organ in the Reformed Church in Benschop
  Artikel bekijken  The Ibach organ in Deventer - impressions &considerations
  Artikel bekijken  The choir organ in the Grote or Barbarakerk in Culemborg. An extant work of Vitus Wiegleb after all(?)
  Artikel bekijken  The organ maker Vitus Wiegleb
  Artikel bekijken  The Mattheus de Crane organ in the Hervormde Kerk in Waspik
Rogér van Dijk  The Van Covelens organ in the St.-Laurenskerk at Alkmaar
 The Verschueren organ at Roggel
 The organ in the Hervormde Kerk at Sassenheim
 The Mense Ruiter organ in the Reformed Church at Enter
 The organ builder Albert de Graaf
New organs from organ builder Steendam
The organs at Kedichem, Heelsum and Apeldoorn
Organ Building Firm Bakker & Timmenga celebrates 125th anniversary
Het Knipscheer-orgel of the Noorderkerk at Amsterdam
Het Müller-orgel of the Kapelkerk at Alkmaar
The Cavaillé-Coll organ in the “Philharmonie” in Haarlem
Three organ restorations by the firm Gebr. Van Vulpen
A full and harmonious sound (Restorations by the firm of Adema)
The Seventy-fifth anniversray of ‘Mense Ruiter Orgelmakers’
The organ builders Kaat & Tijhuis – recent work
Two Smits organs: history and restoration
The Buchholz organ in St.-Nikolai in Stralsund

Hugo Distler and ‘his’ organs
J.L. van den Heuvel Orgelbouw is forty years old
  Artikel bekijken ‘The sweetness and yet amazing power of the whole’ (The organ in Maria van Jessekerk in Delft restored)
  Artikel bekijken The organ in the St.-Willibrorduskerk in Esch reborn in glory
  Artikel bekijken  The Hinsz organ in the Grote Kerk in Harlingen restored
  Artikel bekijken  Two Franssen organs restored
  Artikel bekijken  The Franssen organ in the Roman catholic church Sint-Jans Onthoofding in Liempde
  Artikel bekijken  The Ibach organ in the Broederenkerk in Deventer. Part 1: building and history
  Artikel bekijken  Ibach-orgel in de Broederenkerk te Deventer Deel 2: De restauratie door orgelmakers Gebr. van Vulpen
Van Dijk & Van Dijk
 The new organ in 'De Oerdracht' in Joure
 The organ builders Witte
 The new organ in the Noorderkerk in Spakenburg
 New organs at Gouda and at Soest
Pieter Dirksen  The Authorship of the Prelude and Fugue in f minor ( BWV 534)
 Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck’s organ and harpsichord music
 Bach's partita 'Ach, was soll ich Sünder machen'
 An unknown painting of Sweelinck's organ
Fingering in 17th-century keyboard music (Scheidemann)
Kees Doornhein Artikel bekijken  The effects of organ sound on the organist
Roland Eberlein Imagine: the organ plays but nobody comes to listen
Ton van Eck  The manuscript of César Franck's Final op. 21
Two opus lists of the organ building firm Dekker
Charles-Marie Philbert and the Adema organ in the St.-Jacobsgesticht in Amsterdam
Smaller instruments by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll in The Netherlands
  Artikel bekijken  Charles-Marie Philbert and the organ: the early years
Kees van Eersel Artikel bekijken The first International Organ competition in Breda
Janno den Engelsman  Two congresses on organ building
Wim Eradus  Understanding organ sound better through scientific research
Friedrich Ladegast: pioneer of ‘the modern organ’
Jean-Pierre Felix  Belgium: organ building after the French Revolution
Jean Ferrard Organ instruction in Brussels in the 19th century
Hans Fidom & Martin Rost The restoration of the Sauer organ at Bremen cathedral
Hans Fidom  IAOD-congres in Gotenburg
 Historicism in the 21st century
 The new organ in the Bovenkerk in Kampen
 Electronics and organ art
 Dutch Organ Façades in the first half of the 20th century
 Casting organ metal on sand
 Dutch organ building in the early 20th century: German backgrounds
 The ‘artistically inherent motivation’ of organ music (discussion)
 Interview with organ consultant dr. h.c. Cor H. Edskes: 'I strive for "objectified subjectivity" '
 Does history repeat itself? On the importance of early 20th century organs
 Organ in the Der Aa-Kerk at Groningen discussed once again
 A new medieval organ
 Organ building after 2000 (II)
 ‘Can I pump?!’ Utopa’s organ course
Musicus index legum! Interview with Piet Kee
Organ sound and organ philosophy: the world of Bernhardt Edskes
 Colloquium: ‘The organ between yesterday and tomorrow’
The secret of organ festival Toulouse-les-Orgues
‘CDs are always just surrogates’ / Interview with Erik Sikkema
Improvising should be a second nature to organists, says Henco de Berg
An essay on the quality of organ culture in The Netherlands
From Willem-Hendrik Zwart to world music: a different perspective on church organ playing
The Orgelpark focuses on improvisation
Organ music – The panorama of 2008. (Lecture at the symposium ‘Pro Organo Pleno’ - 13 June, 2008)
Anthony Fiumara  The composer Fons Brouwer
Gerben Gritter Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Jacques van Oortmerssen (1950-2015)
Stefan Gruschka  Colloquium: ‘The organ between yesterday and tomorrow’
Lex Gunnink The organ music of Jaap Dragt
International Composition Contest at Kampen
  Artikel bekijken ‘En luister o hoe ongehoord…’ [‘And hear oh how unheard…’] The fourth annual Hinsz Compositieconcours for organ in the Bovenkerk in Kampen
Jan Hage  Jets d'Orgue - Jan Vriend
The organ works of Petr Eben evaluated
Organ music in Nazi Germany
Olivier Messiaen and surrealism
The organ Works of Wim de Ruiter
“… ein hochgeistiges Instrument …” The Art-Station Saint Peter in Köln
  Artikel bekijken Music for 31-tone organ
  Artikel bekijken  The Improvisation contest in Haarlem: The themes revisited
  Artikel bekijken  Jan Welmers - 80 years old
Ulrike Hascher-Burger Artikel bekijken  Organ music in the Middle Ages: Ideas about context and performance
Tjibbe Heidinga  Organ building after 2000 (III)
Henny Heikens Artikel bekijken  The accompaniment volume for the new hymnal
Joris De Henau  Storm in the St Niklaaskerk at Gent in 1856
Jaap den Hertog Jan Adam Reincken and his garden of music
  The organ case from Harenkarspel: ‘a swallow’s nest on the wall of the church…’
  Artikel bekijken The “Utrechts Orgelarchief Maarten Albert Vente” - a rich source for the future (01)
  Artikel bekijken The “Utrechts Orgelarchief Maarten Albert Vente” (02)
  Artikel bekijken  Upper sliders - then and now (01)
  Artikel bekijken  Upper sliders - then and now (02)
Klaas Hoek  Trivento and other organ-like instruments
 New chances for organists
 Recently published new organ music
Kees Hoeksma  The new Regulation for church musicians
Wannes van der Hoeven  Petrus Stevens-Vermeersch: a Flemish organ builder in the periphery of romanticism
Gerrit Hoving Artikel bekijken  The organ in the Grote Kerk in Dalfsen
Kees Huges  Herman van Vliet’s credo
 Matthijs Koene: ‘We owe respect to the panpipe !’
 Interview with composer Saskia Macris
 Organ music and psychiatry
Christa Hijink  The Göteborg International Organ Academy 2000
 The National Monument Service and organs
The Dutch National Heritage Service: an interview
Hans Jansen  Ernst Pepping (1901-1981) and the church hymn
Fans Jespers  The organs of Pereboom & Leyser
David de Jong Artikel bekijken  Channeled emotion. On the organ works of Johan G. Koers
Jan Jongepier  The organ in the Hervormde Kerk at Duurswoude
 The organ in the Grote Kerk, Enschede
 The organ in the Hervormde Kerk, Ilpendam
 The organ in the Hervormde Kerk, Driesum
 The Maarschalkerweerd organ in the St.-Martinuskerk
 Over Five ages organ history in the Martinikerk at Franeker
 Organ consultancy: changing perspectives
 In memoriam Dirk Andries Flentrop
Gerrit Jordaan Artikel bekijken  South African organ music. In search of cultural identity
Hans-Jürgen Kaiser Artikel bekijken  Franz Liszt and the organ
Christine Kamp  (Organ) culture in Rumania
Wolf Kalipp  Johann Patroclus Möller
Jan Pieter Karman  The Flentrop organ in the Grote Kerk at Doetinchem
Joop A. Klaassen  Organ building after 2000 (IV)
Herman de Kler  The history of organ music and the accompaniment of congregational singing
  Amsterdam, 1932: bank employee appointed cathedral organist
Jean-Baptiste de Pauw (1852-1924)
  Artikel bekijken  Johan Rudolf Gravelotte, a forgotten organist of The Hague
Wim Kloppenburg  The report of the Commission 'HBO-Kerkmuziek'
KNOV  Continuing discussion concerning the organ in the Aa-kerk in Groningen
Jan Piet Knijff  Fish, chips and organs (interview with three young organists)
 Organ building after 2000 (IV)
 An interview with Gustav Leonhardt
 Modern American organ culture: an impression
 Bert Matter retires after 33 years in Zutphen
 A Round table discussion with four retired conservatory teachers
 A new choir organ in the Bovenkerk at Kampen
 The organfront according... [seven interviews]
   A Simple Oneness. Interview with D.A. Flentrop
The Tannenberg organ at Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  Artikel bekijken  Adema builds an English organ in New York
Henk Kooiker  Loudspeakers and organ music
 New developments connected with the organ festival VOOR DE WIND
Barker levers: technical aspects
Ewald Kooiman  How did Mendelssohn play the organ?
 The historic organ and improvisation
 Recent organ tutors by Laukvik, Ritchie and Stauffer
Fingering and pedalling in 19th-century organ music
Corrie de Kool The former organ at Manor Ter Horst
Gyula Kormos Historical organs in Lutheran Churches in Hungary
Aart de Kort Recent new organs, part 2: The Adema organ in Scherpenzeel
Recent new organs - part 3: the Verschueren organ in the Orgelpark in Amsterdam
Olga de Kort-Koulikova Artikel bekijken Organizing organ concerts: a special talent? Part 1: A Russian dissertation
Artikel bekijken Organizing organ concerts: a special talent? Part 2
  Artikel bekijken  Russian organ music in the 19th and 20th centuries. Part 1: the period 1830-1917
  Artikel bekijken  Russian organ music in the 19th and 20th centuries. Part 2: The period after 1917
  Artikel bekijken  ‘Thanks to the organ, you’re much more involved with your inner self’ - Interview with Rubin Abdullin
Wim van Kraanen  Sound reproducing equipment and organ music
Pavel N. Kravchun The history of the organ in Russia
Wout van Kuilenburg Beyond the borders: organs, organ makers and organ cases; view from Boxmeer
Konrad Küster Artikel bekijken  The organ culture of the Marschen
Laura de Lange Artikel bekijken  Life and work of Samuel de Lange, Jr. (1840-1911)
Petra van Langen Artikel bekijken  The N.O.V. [Dutch organists’ association] and the confessionalization of Dutch musical life, 1890-1948. From inter-confessional charity organization to protestant professional
association
Joost Langeveld  Six theses on the future of Dutch organ culture
Use and ‘disuse’ the organ in the future
Jos Laus  A noteworthy organ for the Hofkerk in Bergeijk
Robin A. Leaver Martin Luther and the organ
Joep van Leeuwen Jazzguitar meets churchorgan
Jacob Lekkerkerker  The ‘artistically inherent motivation’ of organ music (discussion, part 2)
Looking for perspective in the Noorderkerk at Amsterdam
Christo Lelie  Festival Voor de Wind [i.e. Festival Flying High]: starting shot
Festival VOOR DE WIND in Amsterdam
Johann Th. Lemckert Adriaan Engels (1906–2003)
Messiaen’s early organ works (1928-1950): performance aspects, with particular reference to Gaston Litaize
Michel Lemmens & Prosper Sevestre  European Organ Symposium, Brussel 1997
Michel Lemmens  Arnold Clerinx (1816-1898)
G.J. Lepoeter The first organs in protestant village churches on Zuid-Beveland (Zeeland)
Fred van Lieburg Artikel bekijken  Music &; the history of religion; The Dutch Organists’ Association [Nederlandse organistenverenigingen] from 1890 to 2015
Koos van de Linde Artikel bekijken  The Van Straten organ revisited. A divergent opinion
Kurt Lueders  Bach in France around 1900
Jan R. Luth  German influences on Dutch church music after 1800
 Why do we sing at a lower pitch?
 The organ as an iconographical and allegorical phenomenon
 Organ playing in Arp Schnitger's time
 The organ and congregational singing in the early 17th century
 Did Buxtehude's Magnificat primi toni have a liturgical function?
   German Choral Books from the 19th century
Accompaniment of congregational singing in the 19th century
Calvin, Calvinists, and the organ
  Artikel bekijken  Transposer toujours. Bach in meantone
  Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Haite van der Schaaf
Johan Luijmes  Festival Voor de Wind [i.e. Festival Flying High]: starting shot
Dirk Luijmes  New music for the psalm pump
Paul De Maeyer  How to learn to improvise?
Hester van der Male Artikel bekijken  Registration habits of Samuel De Lange Sr. & Jr.
Ulrich Matyl: Artikel bekijken  Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780). His significance for 18th-century organ music
Wietse Meinardi  Organ building after 2000
 Organ building after 2000 (V)
Ben Mensing  Organ builder Hendrik Haffmans
Jozef Mertens & Michel Lemmens  The organ builder König and the organ at Alden Biesen
Martin Moree German Chorale-Preludes from the decades around 1900
Willem Vogel: more than a hymn composer
Church organs in Communist East Germany
  Artikel bekijken Karl Straube and his role in the Leipzig Orgelbewegung; a first exploration
  Artikel bekijken  Piet Post - master in partitas
Gerben Mourik Artikel bekijken  Ten opinions about neo-baroque organs
  Artikel bekijken  “...the new spirit is alive, but not yet clearly audible”. The search for useful neo-baroque chorale-based music for the church organist, 1930-1980
Eddy Mul  Buxtehude's Passacaglia in d: liturgical music?
 The ‘Defect’ of Werckmeister
 Johannes Kepler and his influence on organ music
   Two congresses on organ building
Bach’s ‘Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth’ – Expression of a divine mystery?
Hans van Nieuwkoop  Slurs and tempo indications in Mendelssohn's organ music
Ibo Ortgies  Split keys on historical organs between 1468 and 1721
 Vallotti in the Province of Groningen: On restoring temperaments
The next Buxtehude year in 2037 or 2038 (Thoughts concerning a problem in Buxtehude research)
  Artikel bekijken  News about Schnitger. References, discoveries, hypotheses, and attributions. Part 1
  Artikel bekijken  News about Schnitger. References, discoveries, hypotheses, and attributions. Part 2
  Artikel bekijken  A portrait of Arp Schnitger?
Ibo Ortgies and Frank van Wijk  Pure harmony’ at Alkmaar / Tuning and temperament in The Netherlands in the 17th and 18th centuries
Peter Ouwerkerk  New teaching material for organists
 Two new organworks
 Paul Hindemith and the organ
   The improvisation contest 2003 at Zwolle
“Composing is the spice of my life” - A chat with Jan Welmers
The invisible organist. The Sweelinck-Muller award, 7 November, 2009
  Artikel bekijken  The Haarlem Summer academy: the development of a world-wide organ mecca
  Artikel bekijken  Toulouse les Orgues, or, About economy and organ culture
  Artikel bekijken  Organ culture in China
  Artikel bekijken  Merging of Het Orgel with Muziek & Liturgie : a responsible decision?
Paul Peeters Artikel bekijken  Upper sliders: an 18th-century variant
Guido Persoons  Cornet and Sweelinck: new evidence on their keyboard music
Tjeerd van der Ploeg  The organ works of Charles Tournemire
 Charles Tournemire and L'Orgue Mystique
  Artikel bekijken  English organ culture in the 19th century
Cees van der Poel New organs from organ builder Steendam
The organs at Kedichem, Heelsum and Apeldoorn
Organ Building Firm Bakker & Timmenga celebrates 125th anniversary
Het Knipscheer-orgel of the Noorderkerk at Amsterdam
Het Müller-orgel of the Kapelkerk at Alkmaar
The Cavaillé-Coll organ in the “Philharmonie” in Haarlem
Three organ restorations by the firm Gebr. Van Vulpen
A full and harmonious sound (Restorations by the firm of Adema)
Vicissitudes of three restored Robustelly organs, part 1
Vicissitudes of three restored Robustelly organs, part 2
The Seventy-fifth anniversray of ‘Mense Ruiter Orgelmakers’
The organ builders Kaat & Tijhuis – recent work
Two Smits organs: history and restoration
J.L. van den Heuvel Orgelbouw is forty years old
Hugo Distler and ‘his’ organs
Three restorations by Pels & Van Leeuwen
Recent new organs, part 2: The Adema organ in Scherpenzeel
Recent new organs - part 3: the Verschueren organ in the Orgelpark in Amsterdam
“… ein hochgeistiges Instrument …” The Art-Station Saint Peter in Köln
  Artikel bekijken ‘The sweetness and yet amazing power of the whole’ (The organ in Maria van Jessekerk in Delft restored)
  Artikel bekijken Microtonality from the Spaarne to the IJ; Fokker’s 31-tone organ is 60 years old
  Artikel bekijken The Friedrich Meyer organ in the Josephkerk in Utrecht restored
  Artikel bekijken  Dutch organs in Rosenheim and Wilten
  Artikel bekijken The organ in the St.-Willibrorduskerk in Esch reborn in glory
  Artikel bekijken The organ in the Marekerk in Leiden
  Artikel bekijken  The Utrecht organ archives of Maarten Albert Vente. A supplement: the archives of Fama & Raadgever
  Artikel bekijken  ‘Eine Orgel für Bach’ - On the completion of the organ in Hamburg’s St.-Katharinenkirche
  Artikel bekijken  Two house organs of Bernhardt Edskes
  Artikel bekijken  Two Franssen organs restored
  Artikel bekijken  The Vollebregt/Franssen organ in the St.-Odulphuskerk in Assendelft
Wijnand van de Pol  Italian organ building since 1960
 Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
Pieter Post Artikel bekijken Congregational singing, cantors, and organists in baptist [doopsgezinde] churches since the eighteenth century
Winold van der Putten Artikel bekijken  Upper sliders - then and now (02)
Gerard Quaedvlieg  The organ from the former Predikherenkerk at Maastricht
Jan Raas A life marked by the fear of life – Hugo Distler (1908-1942): a biographical sketch
The organ works of Hugo Distler
Organ spring in Moscow
  Artikel bekijken  Bach’s fugue in E-flat, BWV 552b, and Occam's razor
Wim S. Ros  Thoughts on Bach's Orgel-Büchlein
Martin Rost & Hans Fidom The restoration of the Sauer organ at Bremen cathedral
Hanna Rijken Artikel bekijken  “Loud Organs, His Glory, Forth Tell in Deep Tone” - Anglican Choral Evensong in the Dutch context
Leonard Sanderman Artikel bekijken  English organ building from now to then
Matthias Schneider Stylus phantasticus and Buxtehude’s organ music
Albert van der Schoot  Johann Sebastian Bach and many, many figures
Harald Schützeichel  Albert Schweitzer’s perception of Bach
Maxim Serebrennikov An organ work by Kirchhoff discovered. Gottfried Kirchhoff’s 325th birthday
Andreas Sieling  How did Mendelssohn play Bach?
 Berlin: ‘Capital of Bach’
Reitze Smits Artikel bekijken  The restored organ of the Der Aa-Kerk: stimulus to new creative paths
Albert van der Schoot  Johann Sebastian Bach and many, many figures
 Who invented the Golden Section?
Prosper Sevestre & Michel Lemmens  European Organ Symposium, Brussel 1997
Jan Smelik  Relations between liturgical and non-liturgical singing in the Netherlands around 1900
 The new Evangelical Hymnal
  Bach interpretation according to HET ORGEL, established in 1886
Whaddya mean ‘King of Instruments’? A Symposium on the future of Dutch Organ Culture
Bibliography of Ewald Kooiman’s writings
  Artikel bekijken  New opportunities for the municipal organist
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in the vocal, liturgical oeuvre of Johann Sebastian Bach (I)
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in the vocal, liturgical oeuvre of Johann Sebastian Bach (II - conclusion)
  Artikel bekijken  Samuel de Lange, Jr., and protestant hymn singing
  Artikel bekijken  Reger in “Het Orgel”; a contribution to the reception history of Max Reger in the Netherlands
  Artikel bekijken  ‘A professional should be able to say what’s good and what isn’t”. Interview with Jan R. Luth
  Artikel bekijken  An English organ island in Groningen. Interview with Fokke-Rinke Feenstra & Luuk Sikkema
  Artikel bekijken  “Don’t start with yourself, start with the organ and the beauty of its sound.” Interview with Peter van Dijk
  Artikel bekijken  Merging of Het Orgel with Muziek & Liturgie : a responsible decision?
Bruce Shull Artikel bekijken  The organ of the Der Aa-Kerk and its influence on American organ building
Marc Stappers Artikel bekijken  Why do our historical organs split?
Piet van der Steen  Rhythm in Messiaen's organ works
Jacob Bijster and his organ music
Sicco Steendam  Organ building after 2000 (II)
Piet van der Steen Joep Straesser and his organ works
Artikel bekijken  New works for trumpet and organ
Jaap Jan Steensma Link between Scherer and Schnitger. The Stellwagen-organ in the Marienkirche of Stralsund restored
Händel, Haydn, and the barrel organs
  Artikel bekijken  Additions to the biography of Jan Hendrik Hartman Bätz
  Artikel bekijken  Lead corrosion in organ pipes. Report of a colloquium in the Orgelpark, Amsterdam
  Artikel bekijken  The Ibach organ in Deventer - impressions &considerations
  Artikel bekijken  Lead corrosion in organ pipes II. Report on a new colloquium in the Orgelpark
Jean-Pierre Steijvers  The history of the organ in Russia
Sarah Stiles  New developments connected with the organ festival VOOR DE WIND
Marieke Stoel Paul Barras and his organ compositions
Ronald Stolk  Modern American organ culture: an impression
Music in wax and gold. The organ universe of Jean-Louis Florentz
Rudi van Straten In memoriam Onno Wiersma
Lourens Stuifbergen Artikel bekijken  Fête-Dieu per organo by Hendrik Andriessen
  Artikel bekijken  The Quatre Chorals of Hendrik Andriessen. Part 1: Chorals I & II
  Artikel bekijken  The Quatre Chorals of Hendrik Andriessen. Part 2: Chorals III & IV
  Artikel bekijken  The “Tres Meditationes Sacrae” of Albert de Klerk
Willem Tanke New directions in organ art
New approaches to improvisation and composition
Stephen Taylor  I hate music! But I like to sing...
 Into the future with Distler
 The organ at the Nicolaïkerk at Utrecht
John Terwal  Ansgar Wallenhorst wins international improvisation competition
 Haarlem 2002: just one round
Victor Timmer  Catholic organs in Groningen and Drenthe (the northern Netherlands) around 1850 (I)
 Catholic organs in Groningen and Drenthe (the northern Netherlands) around 1850 (II)
 Catholic organs in Groningen and Drenthe (the northern Netherlands) around 1850 (III)
 Catholic organs in Groningen and Drenthe (the northern Netherlands) around 1850 (IV)
 Catholic organs in Groningen and Drenthe (the northern Netherlands) around 1850 (V)
   Belgium: Contributions to organ history in Catholic churches in the Dutch province of Overijssel in the 19th century
Two opus lists of the organ building firm Dekker
An unknown activity of Charles-Marie Philbert
Charles-Marie Philbert and the Adema organ in the St.-Jacobsgesticht in Amsterdam
Verheijen and Philbert, a meeting with consequences (part 1)
Verheijen and Philbert, a meeting with consequences (two parts)
Smaller instruments by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll in The Netherlands
  Clamor about the restoration of the Wenthin organ in Nieuwolda in 1874
  Artikel bekijken Nicolaas Arnoldi Knock: ‘A first-class dilettante’ (part 1: biography, career, and musical activities)
  Artikel bekijken Nicolaas Arnoldi Knock: ‘A first-class dilettante’ (part 2: About his relationship with Abt Vogler and about the Dispositien
  Artikel bekijken  About Johannes Tammen - ‘Famous Organist and Carilloneur in Groningen’
  Artikel bekijken  The Scheidemann-Selle symposium in Hamburg
  Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Albert Hendrik de Graaf
  Artikel bekijken  The second Scherer symposium in Tangermünde
  Artikel bekijken  Charles-Marie Philbert and the organ: the early years
  Artikel bekijken  From Tammen to Worp: The first organists of the Schnitger organ in the Der Aa-kerk, Groningen, in the 19th century. Part 1
  Artikel bekijken  From Tammen to Worp: The first organists of the Schnitger organ in the Der Aa-kerk, Groningen, in the 19th century. Part 2
  Artikel bekijken  From Tammen to Worp: The first organists of the Schnitger organ in the Der Aa-kerk, Groningen, in the 19th century. Part 3: Willem Cammenga & Jan Worp
  Artikel bekijken  Upper sliders - then and now (02)
  Artikel bekijken  From Sønderborg to Midwolde; looking at simple register mechanisms of older organs
Nicholas Thistlethwaite  The English Cathedral Organ in the 20th Century
Teus den Toom Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Hans van der Harst
Harmen Trimp Sweelinck’s faith tested. Speculation about the religious beliefs of the ‘Orpheus of Amsterdam’
  Artikel bekijken  Harmen Trimp
  Artikel bekijken  The International Martini Orgelconcours Groningen 2017
Stef Tuinstra  Schnitger, European organ builder in past and present
 Johann Adam Reincken's An Wasserflüssen Babylon as organ oratorio
Fred Unlandt Children and the organ. The “Bavo weeks” project in Kesteren
Luk Vaes Artikel bekijken  Three centuries of clusters on the organ. A short summary.
Wannes Vanderhoeven  Two recent organ projects in Brussels / an impression
Jan Veldkamp ‘We just pull all the stops’
Joris Verdin  César Franck and the harmonium
 The organ: fit for expression?
 Discussions on César Franck
 Is Léon Boëllmann’s Heures Mystiques organ music?
 Liszt’s harmonium-piano
French symphonic organ music
  Artikel bekijken  French organ music in the 19th century - an essay
Marcel Verheggen  The new Verschueren organ in Averbode Abbey
Henk Verhoef  The restoration of the Sauer organ in the St Nicolaaskerk at Amsterdam
The organ of the St. Martinuskerk at Westwoud
Bach organs in Ansbach and Dordrecht
Ockie Vermeulen Artikel bekijken  Een levensechte horrorfilm: de organist als monster of held
Anton Vernooij The future of the organ
  Artikel bekijken  Roman Catholic church music of the 19th century and the organ
René Verwer The heyday of the Cavaillé-Coll-organ in the Amsterdam Industry Palace
Messiaen’s organ at Ste.-Trinité, Paris
Jean-Baptiste de Pauw (1852-1924)
Pierre Cochereau – on the 25th anniversary of his death
  Artikel bekijken Two aspects of the art of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll : international influence and the development of the Récit-Expressif)
  Artikel bekijken  French influences on the work of Michaël Maarschalkerweerd
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in the concert hall (1). Emergence and use of the organ as an orchestral instrument
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in the concert hall (2). Emergence and use of the organ as an orchestral instrumentt
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in the concert hall (3). Emergence and use of the organ as an orchestral instrument
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in the concert hall (4 - conclusion)
Rick Boele and Gerard Verweij Artikel bekijken The emergence of the Groningen organ landscape
Auke Hendrik Vlagsma The former organ of the Reformed Church at Boerakker
A Renaissance organ at Dordrecht
Four organs in Dordrecht’s history
An organ from Amsterdam in Friedrichstad
Organs in the Baptist Church in Steenwijk
Three 4’ organs from the period 1680-1725
  The Apollonius Bosch organ in the Grote Kerk in Vollenhove
  Artikel bekijken Organ and organists in the St.-Barbarakerk at Culemborg
  Artikel bekijken  A contract of Johann Michael Schwartzburg
  Artikel bekijken  The swallows’ nest organ in the St.-Marienkirche in Lemgo
  Artikel bekijken  The copy of the Peter Gerritsz organ in the Orgelpark
  Artikel bekijken  Andreas and Marten de Mare, Renaissance Organ Builders - Deel 1: Introduction and works of Andreas de Mare
  Artikel bekijken  Andreas and Marten de Mare, organ makers of the renaissance. Part 2: Works of Andreas and Marten de Mare
  Artikel bekijken  The organ history of the St.-Maartenskerk in Zaltbommel (I)
  Artikel bekijken  Hermann Raphaëls Rodensteen, a Dutch organ builder in Germany in the renaissance
  Artikel bekijken  Gabriël Rodensteen &; the organ makers Koch. Family and colleagues of Hermann Raphaëls Rodensteen
  Artikel bekijken  The organ builders Van Hagerbeer. Part 1
  Artikel bekijken  The organ builders Van Hagerbeer. Part 2
  Artikel bekijken  The organ builders Van Hagerbeer. Part 3
  Artikel bekijken  The organ builders Van Hagerbeer. Part 4
  Artikel bekijken  The Niehoff organ from Sint-Jan’s church in Gouda. From renaissance organ to the empty cases in Abcoude
Harald Vogel Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Klaas Veltman (1953-2016)
Markus Voigt Organ building and the ‘Orgelbewegung’ in the German Democratic Republic
Henk de Vries Artikel bekijken  The Hinsz organ in the Grote Kerk in Harlingen restored
Artikel bekijken  ‘Eine Orgel für Bach’ - On the completion of the organ in Hamburg’s St.-Katharinenkirche
  Artikel bekijken  Two house organs of Bernhardt Edskes
  Artikel bekijken  International Symposium ‘Electrifying Baroque’ - The baroque organ project of the Orgelpark in Amsterdam
Jan Marten de Vries New Listening
Sietze de Vries  Organ building after 2000 (III)
Recent new organs. Part 1: The Van Vulpen organ for the Dutch Reformed Congregation (Gereformeerde Gemeente) in Gouda & the Škrabl organ in the Westerkerk in Veenendaal
Restoration of the organs in Zandeweer & Zuidbroek
  Artikel bekijken The organ in the Marekerk in Leiden
  Artikel bekijken  The historical organ and improvisation
  Artikel bekijken  The finale of the 50th international improvisation competition in Haarlem
  Artikel bekijken  Four new Dutch organs, part 1: two new organs in 19th-century style
  Artikel bekijken  Four new Dutch organs, part 2: two designs with a swellbox – Dutch romanticism?
  Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Cornelius Herman Edskes (1925-2015)
  Artikel bekijken  The restauration of the organ in the St.-Maartenskerk in Hallum
  Artikel bekijken  The organ in Engwierum. A typical Van Dam sound in an atypical case
  Artikel bekijken  From warehouse to museum
  Artikel bekijken  In memoriam Wim van Beek
Cor van Wageningen  Max Reger's Chorale preludes
 Organ music between 1800 and 1825
  Artikel bekijken  ‘Meist liegt der Rhythmus in der Tiefe der kleineren Notenwerte’. {Usually the rhythm is found in the depth of the smaller note-values}. Tempo in Reger’s works
Jan Dirk Wassenaar Hearing God’s footsteps. The protestant theologian Oepke Noordmans and the organ
Kees Weggelaar  The composer Tamara Ibragimowa
 The organ composer Maurice van Elven
  Composing for organ at Noorbeek
Unknown for no good reason: the music of Bernard Bartelink
Piet J. Groenendijk: the organ works
Daan Manneke: organ works
The organ works of Johann Th. Lemckert
Ten years after the death of Cor Kee (‘A musical giant’)
  Artikel bekijken  Double portrait: Christiaan Richter & David de Jong
  Artikel bekijken  Ad Wammes and his organ works
Geerten van de Wetering Artikel bekijken  Neo-baroque: versatility forgotten. Attention for the music of the Orgelbewegung
Bernard Winsemius  Sweelinck, his students, their works
Wim Winters  Organ building after 2000 (II)
Arie de Wit  Physical aspect of organ pipes
Henny Wullink Pastor J.H. Hulsken and his chorale book
Ibo Ortgies and Frank van Wijk  Pure harmony’ at Alkmaar / Tuning and temperament in The Netherlands in the 17th and 18th centuries
Frank van Wijk Artikel bekijken  The organ works of Johannes Gijsbertus Bastiaans (1812-1875)
Tjeu Zeijen Artikel bekijken ‘…only remove what is superfluous...’; The benefits of dispokinesiology in organ teaching
Erik Zuurbier Artikel bekijken  Bach in just intonation
Erik Zwiep The ‘Göteborg International Organ Academy 2009’