My links for discussion on Tuesday. More to follow in the a.m.
I have been exploring the historical aspect of the pipe organ and have requested seven books from the School of Music Library. After receiving and review those books for content, I plan on going to the workshop and getting more B-roll.
I am also throwing around the idea of a narrator. I realize that this must be done carefully and with attention to detail.
Thanks for all the comments last week in class. They were very helpful. See you next week.
Houston Baptist University showcases a Létourneau pipe organ. This instrument was made possible by the generosity of Sherry and Jim Smith. The 57-stop, 58-rank instrument is housed in the Belin Chapel of the Morris Cultural Arts Center.
Thank you, Dr. Rhonda Furr, who is HBU’s organ professor and organ consultant. She is also the Convention Coordinator for the 2016 American Guild of Organist‘s National Convention. Below are just a few of the images I captured of the Smith Organ.
This playlist includes some of the shot I would like to capture. Wolfgang Sieber is amazing.