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Frank Fremerey

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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #420 on: January 26, 2020, 22:33:19 »
Another from my Nikon archives from 2015. An RC church in Lucerne.
Nikon D810 + 24-120mm @ 1/200 f5.6 ISO5000, Sadly the organ pipes were covered in anti pigeon netting.



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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #421 on: June 08, 2020, 17:02:37 »
I was visiting Haderslev, in the souther part og Jutland.
They have a cathedral, "domkirke", lithe 3 organs.
The main organ dates back to 1652, but has been rebuilt and restores several times since, lates has the company Marcussen & Son nearly rebuild it in 1976-77, and in 2013 made a "CLA" after many years use.
The Siseby organ was build in 1819 bu Jürgen Marcussen for the Siseby church but moved to Haderslev, after it was used nearly 150 years in Siseby. It is the companys first "Opus 1".
The Choir organ is also an "Opus 1" organ, built in 1983-84 by Anders Havgaard Rasmussen.

In Danish more info here: https://hado.dk/page/1063/domkirkens-orgler

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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #422 on: June 09, 2020, 01:15:29 »
Most interesting contrast between those three organs ! and thanks for the link. I find the "simple" Siseby organ looks especially attractive.
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Lars Hansen

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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #423 on: June 23, 2020, 18:03:10 »
An organ in a box - not something you see often  ???

I was visiting Haderslev, in the souther part og Jutland.
They have a cathedral, "domkirke", lithe 3 organs.

Z6 24-70 f4 available light. Main organ 1/13 sec the VR actually works!

Bent - nice shots and a nice combo that Z6 with the 24-70/4. When I got my first Fuji X I was also very surprised how effective the VR is. However, my technique with non-VR lenses ..  getting sloppy  ;D 
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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #424 on: June 23, 2020, 23:21:35 »
Nice box ;D
In Which  church did you find this big box?

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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #425 on: June 24, 2020, 08:38:46 »
The chip board box doesn't sit well with the beauty of the church.  Let us hope that it is only a temporary structure - maybe it is there for protection during planned building repairs?
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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #426 on: June 25, 2020, 15:25:57 »
Either that, or it's Christo's latest masterpiece.
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Re: [Theme] The Organ Thread
« Reply #427 on: June 25, 2020, 17:42:43 »
Thanks Bent, Hugh and Airy.
It's the organ shown in #338 in this theme.

Nice box ;D
In Which  church did you find this big box?
It is from Sorø Klosterkirke .. local church. A fairly big box :-)

The chip board box doesn't sit well with the beauty of the church.  Let us hope that it is only a temporary structure - maybe it is there for protection during planned building repairs?
I agree - and exactly as you suggest it is due to repairs inside the church that has been going on for quite a while. Also the lead roof of the church has been replaced.

Either that, or it's Christo's latest masterpiece.
Hehe .. yes, possibly - had to look him up and I see what you mean..
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