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    An Intro To Our Physis® Technology

    Welcome back to the Viscount Organs blog! Today, we’re going to break down a major aspect of the pipe organs we create. If you’re familiar with us here at Viscount Organs, there’s no doubt that you’ve heard us talk about our Physis® technology that we use to voice the incredible digital and hybrid pipe organs our company is known for.  In this blog, you’ll learn some basic and advanced…Read More

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    Upgrading Your Pipe Organ With Viscount Organs

    Hi, and welcome back to the Viscount Organs blog! Today, we’re going back-to-basics, and talking about our organs. Specifically, we’re going to talk about why or when you should invest in a high-quality, timeless Viscount Organs organ console.  Keep reading to learn more.  Upgrading Your Organ Console There are so many reasons why you may want to upgrade your organ console, and they’re all…Read More

  3. Famous Organists: Jean Langlais

    Hi there! Welcome back to our favorite blog series on famous organists! We appreciate the interest and readership of these blogs. It’s truly inspiring to know that people are interested in learning about the amazing lives of the people who made the pipe organ what it is today.  Today, we’ll be once again discussing a French organist who left a major impact on pipe organ music as we know it. K…Read More

  4. Famous Organists: Virgil Fox

    In this episode of our Famous Organists series, Viscount Organs will dive into the tenaciously productive life of the American pipe organist, Virgil Fox An Early Commitment To Music Born in Princeton, Illinois on May 3, 1912, Virgil Fox was destined for greatness. Even in his early childhood, Fox was recognized as a virtuoso. Early on, he was taking music lessons, and by the age of ten, he was alr…Read More

  5. Famous Organists: Eugène Gigout

    In this episode of our Famous Organists Blog Series, we’ll be diving into the life and legacy of Eugène Gigout, a renowned organist and composer as well as an influential educator.  At Viscount Organs, we’re dedicated to all things pipe organs. From building innovative, elegant instruments to paying homage to the great minds who have influenced the wonderful world of organ music, we love sha…Read More

  6. Famous Organists: Jeanne Demessieux

    Viscount Organs is happy to bring you another installation of our Famous Organists Blog Series, this time examining an amazing organist, Jeanne Demessieux.  At Viscount Organs, we’re extremely passionate about paying homage to organists who have greatly impacted the world of organ music and to keeping those artists’ legacies alive.  A Pianist Turns Organist Jeanne Demessieux was born in Mont…Read More

  7. Famous Organists: Louis Vierne

    Famous Organists: Louis Vierne This edition of our Famous Organists blog series is going to take a look at the life, interesting death, and influence of Louis Vierne, titulaire, or lead organist, at the Notre Dame Cathedral from 1900-1937. A Determined Youth Vierne was born into challenges on October 8, 1870, in Poitiers, France. Upon his birth, Vierne suffered from congenital cataracts, a birth c…Read More

  8. Famous Organists: Jehan Alain

    Jehan Alain is the focus of this Famous Organists blog. Although his life wasn’t long, he achieved many a musical accomplishment, and died a heroic death in World War II. Keep reading to learn more! A Family of Organists Born into the Alain family on February 11, 1911, Jehan Alain was the son of the brilliant organist Albert Alain, and his younger sister Maire-Claire Alain also matured into a hi…Read More

  9. Famous Organists: Rolande Falcinelli

    Rolande Falcinelli is the next subject of our Famous Organists series. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the life of this fabulous female organist and discuss what she contributed to the culture of organ music. An Artistic Existence Heralding from Paris, France, Falcinelli was born on February 20, 1920. Although she was the first career musician in her family, she was born into a family of visu…Read More

  10. Famous Organists: César Franck

    Our next blog on the famous organists of history is about César Franck, a Beligian born organist and composer with quite the interesting life story.  Franck was an extremely talented organist who composed many pieces that are still staples in organist repertoires today. An Intensive Early Life  Born in Liège, Belgium, on December 10, 1822 (when it was still the United Kingdom of the Netherland…Read More