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Renatus Harris, organ-maker, his challenge to Mr. Bernard Smith, organ-maker

Renatus Harris

Renatus Harris, organ-maker, his challenge to Mr. Bernard Smith, organ-maker

by Renatus Harris

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Published by s.n., 168-?] in [London? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organ-builders -- England

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 101:11
    ContributionsSmith, Bernard, 1630?-1708
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18038143M

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Renatus Harris, organ-maker, his challenge to Mr. Bernard Smith, organ-maker by Renatus Harris Download PDF EPUB FB2

Renatus Harris, organ-maker, his challenge to Mr. Bernard Smith, organ-maker. [Renatus Harris; Bernard Smith] Renatus Harris; Bernard Smith. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Place and date of publication from. Add tags for "Renatus Harris, organ-maker, his challenge to Mr.

Bernard Smith, organ-maker.". Be the first. Renatus Harris, English organ builder whose fine instruments were highly regarded by his contemporaries. Harris was the son and grandson of organ builders; his maternal grandfather was Thomas Dallam (c.

), three of whose sons also became well-known builders. Renatus’ father, Thomas. "Father" Bernard Smith (c. – ) was a German-born master organ maker in England in the late seventeenth century.

Smith born as Bernhardt Schmidt in Halle, Germany, served his apprenticeship in Germany before emigrating to England in He built an organ for the Chapel Royal and, inbecame the king's organ maker.

Along with his hated rival Renatus Harris. English organ-builders Father Smith comes to England Arrival of Thomas and Renatus Harris The contest between Father Smith and Renatus Harris at the Temple Church Description of Smith's organ English organs unsatisfactory on account of having no pedals Smith's organ at Durham He is engaged to build an organ for St.

Paul's Rivalry Sir. Bernard Smith died in February,and was buried in the churchyard of St. Margaret s, Westminster. 2 AboutRenatus Harris, who had been Father Smith s unsuccessful rival in the matter of the organs for the Temple Church (the "Battle organ-maker the Organs"), issued a his challenge to Mr.

Bernard Smith for erecting an organ over the great west door, which was to be used. The case, behind which is the four manual organ complete with three ft stops, is modelled on drawings of the Temple’s Father Smith organ of From (the year Father Smith and Renatus Harris were commissioned to compete for the contract to install an organ in the Temple Church), the instruments have been well documented.

Book records on 3rd May “Agreed by the Master and Seniors yt Mr. Christopher Schrider do finish the Organ by tuning and voicing it; and that he be allowed so much out of ye total sum agreed for with the late Mr. Bernard Smith for making ye whole Organ, as Her Majesties Organists shall think reasonable.”File Size: KB.

Renatus was established in to provide specialist services to the organ building trade. Although our services are numerous they are based primarily around wooden products.

We may be a fairly new company but between our thirteen employees we have many years experience in working in wood and of servicing the organ building industry. Item, That the said Renatus Harris, his ser- vants, workmen or assigns, shall and will make to the great organ a new great twelfth of metal, a cedirne of metal, and a furniture of three ranks and a cymbal of tAvo ranks, and shall and will repair, well voice, and tune, in the great organ, the open diapason, principal of metal, stop-diapason of.

So Mr Harris’ organ was taken away without loss of reputation and Mr Smith’s remains to this day. Now began the setting up of organs in the chiefest parrishes of the city of London where for the most part, Mr Harris had an advantage of Father Smith, making I believe, two to his one among them.

Some are reckoned very eminent. Viz. Harris's workmanship was superior to Smith's, but it may be inferred from the decision at the Temple that the tone of his organs was less powerful or poorer in quality.

Harris also shared court patronage with his rival, and supplied the private chapels of James II with organs (Moneys received and paid for Secret Services, Camden Soc., pp. Of Father Smith's settlement in this country at the Restoration, and of Harris's arrival from France soon after that event, all that could be gleaned at this distance of time I have told in my "History of the Organ.".

The first organ erected by Smith in this country was at the Chapel Royal of Whitehall. If it was the organ alluded to by Pepys, it must have been put up.

The Musical Times at the close of the nineteenth century says that in arounda Mr Watts was appointed Organist and wrote a pamphlet on the history of the organ, which he said to have dated “from the time of Father Smith”, i.e., the late ’s.

Certainly, the old () case bears a resemblance to those by Harris or Smith. Discover artworks, explore venues and meet artists. Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK.

Featuringartworks by o artists. The Renatus Harris proposal for St. Paul's Cathedral. Wren approves it, and I have promis'd him, Dr.

Battle, Sub-Dean of her Majesty's Chappel-Royal, Mr. Crofts, and Mr. Weldon, the Queen's Organists, and others, a Specimen, as Mr. Philip Hart had five Years since, of swelling of the Note, before I reap any Benefit, or that the Work begins.

However, on 12 th September a payment is made ‘to Mr. Smith organ Maker for 2 stopps £’ and this may be the famous Bernard Smith, Organ Maker to the King.

The sum of money – five pounds – suggests that the two stops added were small ones, perhaps upperwork, for which there was already space prepared in the instrument. Almostpeople languish on organ-transplant waiting lists. But new tissue-fabrication techniques should make swapping in a man-made liver as easy as snapping Lego bricks into place.

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St. Matthew Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and is part of the Lower Susquehanna Synod and Hanover Conference. All are welcome to join us as we worship Jesus Christ and serve in his name.John Harris (son of Renatus Harris) (?–) Renatus Harris (son of Thomas Harris and father of John Harris) (c.

–) Thomas Harris (father of Renatus Harris) (?–c. ) Harrison & Harrison Ltd – Durham, County Durham; Robert Hope-Jones (–) Abraham Jordan Lewis & Co - Brixton, London Borough of Lambeth.Buy The Ultimate Organ Book arr. Hal Hopson at Organ Sheet Music. This comprehensive, spiral bound compilation of organ music contains pr.