Orgel in der Friedrich-Ebert-Halle (Harburg/Eißendorf):
Eine Orgel an einem besonderen Ort: sie war in den 60er Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts bei den Samstag-Abend-Shows mit Peter Frankenfeld im TV dabei. Unsichtbar und unhörbar. Und im Keller der Friedrich-Ebert-Halle in Harburg nahmen am 22. und 23. Juni 1961 die Beatles zusammen mit Tony Sheridan ihre erste Schallplatte auf. Die Orgel stellt eines der frühesten Instrumente der 1949 gegründeten Firma Rudolf von Beckerath Orgelbau dar. Als drittes Instrument der Orgelbaufirma wurde sie 1951/52 für die bereits 1929 errichtete, rund 1.100 Sitzplätze umfassende Friedrich-Ebert-Halle erbaut. Das von der Orgelbaufirma Furtwängler & Hammer (Hannover) 1929 erbaute Vorgängerinstrument war 1943 durch Kriegseinwirkungen zerstört worden.
Erbauer: Rudolf von Beckerath (Hamburg)
Werke: 3 Manuale und Pedal
Ausführliche Informationen: https://www.orgelstadt-hamburg.de/interaktiver-stadtrundgang/friedrich-ebert-halle/
Foto: Alexander Voss
#orgel#hamburg#friedricheberthalle#orgelbau #organe #organ#orgelmusik #орган #organmusic #organist #organistin #peterfrankenfeld#friedricheberthallehamburg #eißendorf #harburg#beatles#thebeatles
Wanted to share some love and gratitude for the responses I’ve received this past week on the “Isabel” and “Ravens Cry” videos. I went into this project with no expectations, just the hopes of putting myself out there musically. And putting yourself out there can be a little daunting.
I’ve always favored live shows over recordings, because it’s an art form that is impermanent. Live music, in it’s truest form, only exists for a short period of time. While there’s something innately beautiful about that, I honestly probably favor it because it’s a lot less intimidating for the performer. Recorded music is a different animal, leaving a lasting impression on the internet and becoming a part of an artist’s identity. I suppose that’s why I waited so long to share my original music in this medium.
But y’all have proven that the Internet is a friendlier place than I would’ve ever imagined, and that I truly, deeply enjoy sharing my stories and songs with you all.
There will be more to come soon, I promise. But for now, I’m spending the rest of my summer in Michigan, supporting and immersing myself in the infinite creative energy of 52 teenage songwriters. Sending you all thanks, love and good vibes from the north woods. ❤️
Posted at: 2019-07-23 03:42:42
Big John Patton, Blue John (Blue Note). Recorded in 1963, this one sat unreleased until 1986. It’s not Big John’s finest and lacks the depth and sublety of his other albums, but it’s still a lot of fun. It’s more of a party record, crashed by George Braith with his two-horns-at-once act. Tommy Turrentine shows up for two tracks as well. Plus Grant Green, Ben Dixon and some unidentified tambourine player. Would love to see some John Patton albums get the Blue Note Tone Poet Series love. Hey @jazzsaraswati, how about some Big John among the next batch? #jazz#vinylcollection #recordcollector#jazzcollector #jazzcollection #bluenote#bluenoterecords #tonepoet#rudyvangelder#organ#rvg#records#vinyl#stritch#grantgreen
Bentuk nya sama yah...?
Ternyata bukan asal sama saja nih.
Nah makanan ini yg hampir sama dgn bentuk organ, memiliki fungsi untuk memelihara kesehatan organ tersebut.
Born in 1926 in Jalgaon, Maharashtra, Shri Sakharam Prabhakar Jalgaonkar received his training in music from Balkrishnabuva Chikhalikar and Shabbu Khan of the Tanras gharana. Popularly known as Appa Jalgaonkar, he has established himself as one of the foremost exponents of the harmonium. He has accompanied most of the leading musicians and dancers of the country, and has made a contribution in the art of accompaniment with vocal music. He has also been acclaimed as a soloist, and has produced a number of cassettes and records of his solo performances. His per- formances in major festivals have added a new dimension to Indian instrumental music. Shri Sakharam Prabhakar Jalgaonkar receives the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for his contribution to Hindu- stani instrumental music. (2- Appa Jalgaonkar with Sheshagiri Hangal
3- Appa Jalgaonkar with Vasantrao Deshpande
4- Appa Jalgaonkar with Shobha Gurtu)
PS. This information has been copied from sangeetnatak.gov.in. No copyright infringement intended.
It’s ironic that this movie was tv a bunch of times this past week. Being one of my favorites, I watched it every time. However, even though I’ve seen this seen countless times, it stood out with me more than ever!
“And I heard the voice of the lord saying “whom shall I send, who will go for us?” And I said “Here am I, send me!”
Now, I’m not saying this quote on my behalf but for everyone who has put themselves at risk or in harms way for the betterment of others. Including my fellow vets, first responders, medical care givers other living organ donors, the list goes on!
You all are a testament to the character we should all aspire to. Thank you for all that you do and have done!
Little sloppy live freestyle using @nativeinstruments’ Electric Sunburst virtual guitar player 🎸🌞 It’s the first layer I play.
It’s sick because if you don’t play guitar AT ALL like me, you could mess around and build a full track, saving time looking for a guitarist to play your ideas 🔥🔥 (Wish I was a spokesperson, just really dig this and wanted to share)
Quando?——24 luglio, mercoledì. 21,30 ore.
Dove?———-Duomo dei Cosmati.
Come?———Opere, Musica di Giappone, Musical ecc... Ci divertiremo davvero tanto insieme!
When?——-24th July. PM9:30Start.
Where?——Civita, Italy. “Duomo dei Cosmati”.
Program—-Opera, Japanese traditions, Musical etc... Please come our concert and let’s have lots of fun!
The world is getting lighter and I'm digging it. Got a Hammond Sk1-73 in the shop today. Has the B3 sound with a multitude of keyboard effects, all under 16lbs. Comes with bag and roadcase. Have the ability to have a great organ without the need to hire movers!
#organ#organist #keyboard#keyboardist #hammond#hammondorgan #jerseycity#gbjc
Posted at: 2019-07-22 22:44:06
-D O O R W A Y S- 🎹
The making of this album has taken so many unexpected turns. I finished writing this song two summers ago on the road w/ @kebmomusic & @tajmahalblues, but it wasn’t complete till I added a choir this past December. 🎹
My friend @hayandrianasing helped out so much with the choir arranging & rehearsing, and @thebriannathan was the perfect person to direct this ensemble. 🎹
Hard to believe my second album drops in just six weeks. I can’t wait to share it. ✌🏼 #DOORWAYS