organ loft


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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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The white stucco organ loft with its silver clusters of pipes, and the sculpted white altar, form counterpoints at the two ends.
The new organ loft would allow the church to buy and install a new organ.
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
The event is a fundraiser for "The Organ Loft," a KWAX-FM radio show.
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.
At Sunday mass during his 64-year tenure there, Widor entertained distinguished visitors and leading artistic figures in the organ loft with virtual recitals on Cavaille-Coll's largest and most important instrument.
David and Dan then took us into the organ loft - to look at some of those 10,268 pipes: "It's a real feat of engineering," says David, as we get our real Behind The Scenes look at Organ Central.
Following this Adams was quizzed about accusations he would take the boy into a small area under the organ loft where he would grope him.
Following this, Adams was quizzed about accusations he would take the boy into a small area under the organ loft where he would grope him.
In Llandaff [Cathedral], we would have to go under the organ loft.
All reasons why more day to day organ loft evidence of Ian Tracey is needed.
Cal and I were having tea in his organ loft "apartment" when he began to wax nostalgic.