New on Vox Humana
Registration Practice in the Poulenc Organ Concerto
April 25, 2021 | Bruce Shull
April 11, 2021 | Olivier Latry
Bruce Shull discusses the recently renewed art of casting pipe metal on sand, as practiced at Paul Fritts & Co. Organbuilders.
Olivier Latry discusses the repairs to the grand orgue following the fire at Notre-Dame in April 2019, liturgical music at the Cathedral, as well as impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 28, 2021 | Lenora McCroskey
February 28, 2021 | Isabelle Allan
Lenora McCroskey discusses her research on French alternatim practice, focusing particularly on the vocal versets.
Isabelle Allan discusses her research on the philosophy and approaches to church music at the University of Oxford during lockdown.
Vox Humana is a free online journal that publishes current ideas, trends, and research about the organ, and is an affiliate publication of the American Guild of Organists. A new article is released every two weeks from September to May.
Christopher HolmanNicholas CapozzoliAlcee Chriss IIIKatelyn EmersonKirk Michael RichBruce Shull
Casting Pipe Metal on Sand
Two Years Later: An Update on the Organs at Notre-Dame de Paris
French Alternatim Performance Practice
Church Music during Lockdown: A Case Study of Chapel Choirs at the University of Oxford