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Reform in Organ Building


Thomas Casson

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ISBN-13/EAN: 978-1-902222-02-8
ISBN-10: 1-902222-02-4
Title: Reform in Organ Building
Author: Thomas Casson
Price: €5.95
Description: This book is the text of a lecture given by Thomas Casson to the Birmingham and Midland Musical Guild on 4th February 1888. It covers the inadequate provision of the pedal organ, and details a novel solution to this problem.
Pages: ii 21
Availability: In Stock
Format: Paper Back A5
Illustrations: 4 b&w
Published: 1998
Edition: New edition of 1888 edition
Language: English
Publisher: Bardon Enterprises
Sample Page: PDF
Cover: Cover

Biography of Thomas Casson

Thomas Casson

Casson, Thomas. Organ builder, based in Denbigh, North Wales; founded the Casson & Co; Casson’s Patent Organ Co; Positive Organ Co., London. Invented the “Pedal Help”, an automatic control for pedal stops. Bank manager in Denbigh, Wales. Author of “The Modern Organ”, 1883; “Reform in Organ Building: a lecture delivered to the Birmingham and Midlands music guild”, 1888; “Lecture on the pedal organ: its history, design and control”, 1905; “The Modern Pneumatic Organ Mechanism”, 1908. b. Liverpool, England, Oct. 19th, 1842; d. Brentford, Sep. 21st, 1910.

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