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organ loft

In a church, the gallery or loft where the organ is located, usually high above the floor.
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Madison hadn't seen Old Cal before, since he made a point of vacating the organ loft on Sunday mornings.
The white stucco organ loft with its silver clusters of pipes, and the sculpted white altar, form counterpoints at the two ends.
Kinco's remodel work consisted of removing existing organ grills and installing new organ grills, plus building a new organ loft and remodeling the existing chancel areas
A huge white cutout castle hid the famous organ loft of the Royal
SULTRY Sandra (Patricia Arquette) is a regular churchgoer, but what she actually gets up to in the organ loft with her lustful brother-in-law (Don Johnson) defies at least two of the Ten Commandments.
About 9, as she was practicing in the organ loft, a strong, authoritative male voice shouted at her from the sanctuary: "You have five minutes to quit!" She replied graciously that she thought she had the church reserved until 10.
Did Bach, as director, hammer sufficiently loudly on the organ loft by playing a fully realised basso continuo on the harpsichord to keep choir and orchestra together?
It can be configured to suit the needs of any production setting up in the hall, while, from a metal gazebo-type structure sprouts an expensive-looking collection of lights, controlled by technicians from what used to be the organ loft.
Admission is free, but donations are requested to help support "The Organ Loft," a program of the University of Oregon's classical radio station, KWAX-FM.
"It is a tremendous feeling being in charge of such an instrument, up in the organ loft at a cathedral, playing to people below," he said.
All 16 acoustic doors were wide open for Poulenc's Concerto for Organ, Strings and Timpani, the organ console being within the orchestra rather than using the main organ loft far above the musicians.
Fitting under the organ loft, the Calvary figures, consisting of Crucifix, Our Lady, and St John the Evangelist, are the work of the Spanish sculptor Dario Fernandez surviving severe storms on their passage in the Bay of Biscay.