Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Monday, July 9, 2007
Friday, July 6, 2007
Put pipes back on the back, so I could play it again. Fixed casavant plastic label. Attach to keydesk. Get email from OHS people, my organs are in the database.
Try Brasso on the tin pipes. OK. Glass Wax is no longer made. Can’t find Window Wax reformulation locally. Oh well.
Thursday, July 5, 2007
Wednesday, July 4, 2007
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
David sez they use Glass Wax to polish pipes, but I find it is permanently out of production, was flammable. eBay is the only source for the leftovers. New formulation is called Window Wax, not as good I surmise. I’ll try Brasso.
David also tells about how long and how much it will cost:
There's a one-manual Casavant in
Monday, July 2, 2007
David Chamberlain writes that Mike is Out of town, but David can come on Thu or Fri.
This is David writing. Mike is away all week, so I would be the one to tune your organ. I think I could arrange sometime Thursday -- Friday might be better. Would you hold keys or would I need to bring someone? Are the pipes slide-tuned or cone-tuned?
I reply OK.Jim, my brother in the Tab choir, calls from Gibson Guitar factory and tells Tab organists the story, and they wonder how such a thing can happen in Utah county.
I found my Casavant organ in the OHS Pipe Organ database. This tells me that the organ is built by Casavant and is designed by Th. Kuhn. It also tells that it is referenced in a book. I will have to look it all up.