Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Organ music’


Nosferatu, Accompanied

Nosferatu, Accompanied
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Brandt Sponseller of Classic-Horror writes that “nosferatu” is a modernization of a Slavic term, which is itself a modernization of the Greek “nosophoros,” or “plague carrier.” Director Freidrich Wilhelm Murnau, in the 1922 classic silent film Nosferatu, embraces this idea, having his Orlock (Dracula) appear rather rat-like with pointed teeth, nose, and those famously pointed […]

Pipe Organ Church Crawl

Pipe Organ Church Crawl

Organs are nifty. They allow us to do things like breathe, or process waste. Here at Hometown-Pasadena.com, however, our favorite organs are pipe organs. Three area churches have banded together to do a mini concert series featuring organ works by the likes of Bach, Mozart, Buxtehude, Mendelssohn, Widor, and so on. We’ve already missed the […]

Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra Plays Bach

Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra Plays Bach

His songs and organ works, to be precise. But not all of them. To be even more precise, Musica Angelica, one of So Cal’s premier Baroque ensembles, will perform 1) the Schemelli songs and arias, 2) the Toccata and Fugue in d minor, 3) the Passacaglia in c minor for Organ, BMV582, and 4), Prelude […]

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