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Organs of Duke Chapel.
Duke Chapel is unique in having three outstanding pipe organs, each in a different style, which are used for worship services, recitals, and the study of organ performance. They are the Flentrop (Benjamin N. Duke Memorial Organ) located in the nave, the Aeolian (Kathleen McClendon Organ) located in the chancel, and the Brombaugh organ found in the Memorial Chapel. In addition, the Chapel owns a portative organ, used for accompanying small groups. Open organists' rehearsals are held regularly in the Chapel by Organ Scholars and local organists. Visitors to the Chapel are invited to listen from 12:30 to 1:30 . Monday through Thursday during the academic year, excluding breaks and holidays. edu) or call (919-684-3898) one week prior. Demonstrations are most easily scheduled on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
David Arcus, Chapel Organist and Divinity School Organist at Duke University, is active as a recitalist, composer-arranger, and conductor. Also recognized internationally as an improviser, he participated in improvisation competitions at the Haarlem Festival (Netherlands) in 1990 and the American Guild of Organists National Convention in 1994, where he won second prize. His CD on the Gothic label, Organs of Duke Chapel, features both the Aeolian and Flentrop organs. This program will be performed twice, at 2:30 . and again at 5:00 .
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Duke University Chapel is a chapel located at the center of the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, United States. It is an ecumenical Christian chapel and the center of religion at Duke, and has connections to the United Methodist Church. Constructed from 1930 to 1932, the Chapel seats about 1,800 people and stands 210 feet (64 m) tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in Durham County. The Chapel stands at the center of the university, on the highest ridge of Duke University's West Campus. Although plans for a chapel were first made in April 1925, the cornerstone was not laid until October 22, 1930.
Choral Director: Dr. Rodney Wynkoop Organists: Dr. Robert Parkins & Dr. David Arcus Guest Musicians: Amalgam Brass and Percussion Ensemble. Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" Text: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 Music: Lyra Davidica, 1708 Tune: EASTER HYMN. Вижу Бога каждый день Бачу Бога кожен день Christian Song - Продолжительность: 4:48 Tambov Church Choir Рекомендуемые вам.
Duke Chapel, like many Christian churches and cathedrals, is cruciform, with a nave that measures 291 feet (89 m) long, 63 feet (19 m) wide, and 73 feet (22 m) high. The walls and vaults of the nave and transepts are constructed from Guastavino tile and were sealed in 1976 to increase sound reverberation and enhance the sound of the organ. Duke Chapel houses three large pipe organs, each constructed in a different style, which are used for religious services, ceremonies, recitals, and the study of organ performance. Additionally, a portable "box" organ belongs to the Chapel and accompanies small groups and organizations. The Kathleen McClendon Organ is Duke Chapel's original organ and is lodged behind ornate oak screens in two chambers on either side of the chancel and in front of both transepts.
This album presents a collection of equally 20th century organ compositions, transcriptions and arrangements, performed by Duke Chapel’s organist, Christopher Jacobson. It is the first commercial recording made on the instrument since its restoration and it provides a chance to hear the organ's unique voice in a way never possible before. The orchestral sounds of the Aeolian organ at Duke Chapel represent a special and unique voice amongst America’s organs. Designed to rival and complement the sounds of a symphony orchestra, the Aeolian’s ability to elegantly whisper and powerfully.
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Enjoyed visit to the Duke Chapel. Beautiful and many details- organs are incredible. Visited this during visit to DUKE. The Duke grounds are simply amazing from the chapel, buildings and grounds. Well maintained! Just trying to imagine building these structures, the ornateness and the amount of time to build them back in the day is head spinning! Date of experience: May 2019. Thank CharlieBurlington.
|1||Praise the Lord With Drums and Cymbals, for organ||David Arcus||3:14|
|Cantata No. 29, "Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir," BWV 29 (BC B8)|
|3||Grand Choeur Dialogué||David Arcus||5:39|
|4||Ode to Joy (An die Freude)||David Arcus||2:44|
|5||Rondeau, for brass, strings & timpani (from Suite of Symphonies No. 1; "Masterpiece Theater" Theme)||David Arcus||2:35|
|6||Variations on "Simple Gifts", for organ||David Arcus||4:49|
|7||Fantasia for organ in G major, BWV 571 (BC J82)||David Arcus||9:01|
|Water Music Suites Nos 1-3 for orchestra, HWV 348-350|
|8||Allegro Maestoso||David Arcus||2:59|
|9||Minuet and Trio||David Arcus||5:08|
|10||In dir ist Freude||David Arcus||2:48|
|11||Meditation on "Adoro te devote" for organ||David Arcus||6:41|
|Pièces de fantaisie, for organ, Suite 4, Op. 55|
|12||Les Cloches de Hinckley||David Arcus||6:22|
|13||Crown Imperial, coronation march for orchestra||David Arcus||10:14|
|Symphony No. 5 in F minor for organ, Op. 42/1|
CreditsDavid Arcus - Aeolian Organ, Primary Artist
Richard Cheek - Photography
Harry Munz - Engineer
Laura Poole - Photography
Jim Wallace - Photography