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Hans Haselböck - Martin Haselböck - Las Piñas Bamboo Organ album flac Performer: Hans Haselböck
Title: Las Piñas Bamboo Organ
Style: Classical
Released: 1981
MP3 album: 1702 mb
FLAC album: 1672 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Classical

Harpsichord – Martin Haselböck. Organ – Hans Haselböck. Photography – Danny Feliciano. Recording Supervisor – Hans Trummer. Recorded on the Bamboo Organ at the St. Joseph's Parish Church of Las Piñas in the Philipines on February 10 and 11, 1981. Builder of church and organ was a Spanish monk called Fr. Diego Cera de la Virgin del Carmen, parish priest in las Piñas from 1775 to 1832. He began work on the organ in 1816 and completed it in 1824. The Bamboo Organ is one of the Philippines' national treasures.

Hans Haselböck, Martin Haselböck - Concerto For Organ And Harpsichord (Allegro - Rondo) mp3. B3. Hans Haselböck, Martin Haselböck - 3rd Duet mp3. B4. Hans Haselböck, Martin Haselböck - 4th Duet mp3. mp3 Player.

The Bamboo Organ at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Las Piñas, Philippines, some 12 km from downtown Manila, is made almost entirely of bamboo. The building of the organ was begun in 1816 by the Spanish Augustinian Recollect, Fr. Diego Cera de la Virgen del Carmen, and completed in 1824. The main exhibit in the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, Ontario is a hydraulophone, a kind of water-jet organ. This pipe organ has hydraulic action provided by three water pumps and the keys on the organ console are water jets, so that each "key" (water jet) affords a richly intricate means way to independently control volume, pitch, and timbre affecting each of the organ pipes.

The Las Piñas Bamboo Organ in St. Joseph Parish Church in Las Piñas City, Philippines, is a 19th-century church organ with unique organ pipes; Of its 1031 pipes 902 are made of bamboo. It was completed after 6 years of work in 1824 by Father Diego Cera, the builder of the town's stone church and its first resident Catholic parish priest. Joseph Parish Church, the parish church of Las Piñas City in the Philippines, is a nineteenth-century pipe organ made almost entirely from bamboo. The organ is declared a National Cultural Treasure of the country. Armando V. Salarza has been the titular organist of the Bamboo Organ. He is also the Artistic Director of the International Bamboo Organ Festival, the longest-running international music festival held in the Philippines. Pipe organ Organ Historical Society Boardwalk Hall Auditorium Organ Spreckels Organ Pavilion St. Stephen's Cathedral, Passau.

The Las Piñas Boys Choir, of Las Piñas City, Philippines, is a boys choir made up of scholarship students at the St. Joseph's Academy, and performs regularly in the annual International Bamboo Organ Festival and at the Parish of St. Joseph. The choir was founded by a Belgian and missionary, the Reverend Father Leo Renier, CICM, who was assistant parish priest of St. Joseph's Parish and who believed that the parish's Bamboo Organ could achieve its full glory if there was a good choir to accompany it.

Tracklist

A1 Padre Antonio Soler 6th Concerto (Allegro - Andante - Minuet) 10:34
A2 Padre Antonio Soler 5th Concerto (Cantabile - Minuet) 9:17
A3 Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach* 1st Duet 2:59
A4 Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach* 2nd Duet 3:58
B1 Padre Antonio Soler 1st Concerto (Andante - Minuet) 10:11
B2 Johann Christian Bach Concerto For Organ And Harpsichord (Allegro - Rondo) 10:45
B3 Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach* 3rd Duet 2:07
B4 Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach* 4th Duet 1:38

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Las Piñas Church

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Emen Dalandan
  • Engineer – Josef Kamykowski
  • Harpsichord – Martin Haselböck
  • Organ [Bamboo] – Hans Haselböck
  • Photography – Danny Feliciano
  • Recording Supervisor – Hans Trummer

Notes

Recorded on the Bamboo Organ at the St. Joseph's Parish Church of Las Piñas in the Philipines on February 10 and 11, 1981.
Builder of church and organ was a Spanish monk called Fr. Diego Cera de la Virgin del Carmen, parish priest in las Piñas from 1775 to 1832. He began work on the organ in 1816 and completed it in 1824.
The Bamboo Organ is one of the Philippines' national treasures.

Recording made on the occasion of the 6th Bamboo Organ Festival through the courtesy of Philippine Airlines.
Produced by Bamboo Organ Foundation and PAN-Recording, Vienna, Austria.
Processed by Phonodisc, Vienna, Austria.
Pressing : JEM Recording Co.