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Dictionary of Hammond-Organ Stops - An Introduction of Playing the Hammond Electric Organ and a Translation of Pipe-Organ Stops into Hammond-Organ Number-Arrangements

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Dictionary of Hammond-Organ Stops - An Introduction of Playing the Hammond Electric Organ and a Translation of Pipe-Organ Stops into Hammond-Organ Number-Arrangements

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“Dictionary of Hammond-Organ Stops” is a vintage introductory guide to playing the organ, with a comprehensive translation of pipe-organ stops into Hammond-organ number-arrangements. The “Hammond” organ is an electric organ that was invented by Laurens Hammond and John M., first manufactured in 1935. highly accessible and profusely illustrated, this classic guide will appeal to all with an interest in organ playing, and it will be of especial utility to owners and players of Hammond organs. Contents include: “The Use of this Dictionary”, “The Use of this Dictionary”, “The Harmonic Controllers”, “Number-Arrangements as Oran Stops”, “Basic Number-Arrangements”, “Number-Arrangement Endings”, “Combining Stops”, “The Pre-Set Keys”, “The Tremulant”, “The Chorus Control”, “The Expression Pedal”, “The Pedal Harmonic-Controllers”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on the history of the organ.
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