About Flute Stops, Reeds, and Much More. Organs in the Low Countries
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About Flute Stops, Reeds, and Much More. Organs in the Low Countries

(D'Hooghe, Kamiel) The Low Countries - 2003, № 11, pp. 254-265

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Along with the visual arts and polyphony, organs and organ music in the Low Countries were from an early date of high quality and much in demand. The author presents some of the most remarkable organs in Flanders and the Netherlands. He also writes that the secularisation of society has brought with it an estrangement from the organ. In spite of these social developments there is in the Netherlands and Flanders a lively interest in the organ that translates into a generous offering of organ concerts, organ happenings, organ excursions, study days, courses, festivals and competitions.

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