Organs/keyboards

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Nev
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Organs/keyboards

Postby Nev » Tue Feb 14, 2017 08:35

I have a Lowery VO Imperial organ which I play every day, even I can only find the time to play a few scales. I don't mind chatting about it if anyone would like to. The only time I have played in a church was for my eldest granddaughter's wedding. I am a home hobby player only and belong to an organ club that we run ourselves at Allens, Gt Yarmouth every Monday.

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SL-Dave

Re: Organs/keyboards

Postby SL-Dave » Tue Feb 14, 2017 09:46

I have a distant cousin who basically lives in an organ world. He got a doctorate in organology (?) and goes around the world both playing on various organs such as Wurlitzers, and also I believe lectures on them.

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Re: Organs/keyboards

Postby Rodders » Mon May 08, 2017 22:07

I learned piano from around 6 -15. Had long break without one, then started with small Casio keyboard. Graduated to a Technics FX EN3 organ, and now back to a Yamaha Tyros 3 digital work station. A wonderful machine which I play most days.

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