American organ

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a free-reed instrument in which air is drawn in through reeds by suction bellows

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From 2002 through 2004, the African American Organ Transplant Study I (AAOTS I) conducted an empirical assessment of 588 African Americans' perception of the current altruistic organ-donation system.
SAD TIME: Trustees chairman Steffan Wiliam PICTURE: Patrick Olner; OLD FAVOURITE: Musician David Redfern with the American organ
Callender and other researchers on African American organ donor issues, the African American community share many of the same fears or concerns towards organ donation as other groups (Callender & Miles, 2000; Minniefield et al.
THE larger than life world renowned American organ virtuoso Carlo Curley returns to Merseyside this weekend, with a concert at St Saviour's Church, Oxton, tomorrow (7.
Trevor Bunce, 74, is one of the original few who coughed up pounds 3,000 to bring Teesside the classic American organ, built in 1934 at the Tonawanda works near Niagara.
Mr and Mrs William Laird also gave a generous endowment towards the building fund and donated an American organ, which,although no longer in use, is still in the church.
He also writes engagingly about the American organ builders Ernst M.
The need for African American organ donors is on the rise
After pausing to examine a number of technical features, and giving illuminating reproductions of advertisements for the harmonium, pump organ, American organ and even Liszt organ, Smith passes to things still more exotic, having first reminded us that the much maligned reed organ had quite a large repertory, including Saint-Saens's Op.
July 23, this is an appropriate time since the History Center is also opening its newest exhibit, Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!: The Birth of Modern Musical Theatre and a New Image for the State." This exhibit celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Broadway production's debut.<br />The featured organist will be John Schwandt of the American Organ Institute at the University of Oklahoma.
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