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Organs Before They Became Church Instruments
Organs as Church Instruments
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Aachen abbeys abbot Aldhelm apparatus Aquincum Arabic assume Augustine bass line bellows bells Benedictine bishop bronze Byzantine cantor Carolingian Cassiodorus cathedral Cecilia Ceremonial Books ceremony chant chapter chest choir Christian church organ Cistercian cithara Cluniac compass copper counterpoint craftsmen described detail deum developed documentation earlier early organs emperor ensemble music familiar feastdays festive fourteenth century Greek heard heterophony hexachord Hucbald key-action keyboard keys kind king known later liturgy major means mechanical medieval melody MGH SS monasteries monastic monks nave notes octave organ music organ-builders organ-pipes organist organum particular perhaps period pipes played poem polyphony pope Pope Vitalian produce Psalm psalm-commentaries Psalter question RBMAS Roman Rome Sachs singing siren sliders sound sources St Gall sung technical tenth-century Theophilus things thirteenth century tion treatise twelfth century Utrecht Psalter various Vitalian Vitruvius vocal voices water-organ Western westwork Winchester wind wooden written Wulfstan