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4 No. 1, HWV 289: IV. Andante - George Frideric Handel, 4:530:30. Die Domorgeln von Friedrich Ladegast (Schwerin Dom St. Marien und St. Johannis).

4 is the fourth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in September 1972. It was the first album by Black Sabbath not produced by Rodger Bain; guitarist Tony Iommi assumed production duties. Patrick Meehan, the band's then-manager, was listed as co-producer, though his actual involvement in the album's production was minimal. In June 1972, Black Sabbath began work on their fourth album at the Record Plant studios in Los Angeles.

Ladegast-Orgeln in Sachsen-Anhalt ("Ladegast organs in Saxony-Anhalt") begins with extensive introductory remarks about Ladegast and his style of building organs. The core of the book-about 250 pages-is an organ-by-organ description of the nearly 100 Ladegast organs in SaxonyAnhalt, many of which remain in a good state of preservation. Holger Brülls and the publisher should be commended for producing such an excellent book, one that is near the top of my list of best books on the organ in recent years. Im Wandel der Zeit: Die Ladegasts und ihre Orgeln ("Through changing times: The Ladegasts and their organs") suffers in comparison to the previous book, but it surveys the entire corpus of organbuilding by all members of the Ladegast family. Frankly, the work by those other than Friedrich would be forgotten were it not for their connection to hi.

Die Ladegast-Orgeln, Vol. 4: Die Ladegast-Orgel im Dom zu Schwerin.

Welcome to Magle International Music Forums! A community covering a wide array of musical genre. In a previous posting I spoke of my becoming acquainted with an organ built by Ladegast in the Cathedral of Schwerin and that I now consider his craft to be equal, if not surpassing that of Cavaille-Coll.

Zu gleicher Zeit wurden von demselben Meister Orgeln in Burtneck und St. Matthiae aufgestellt. Tekst on tõlgitud saksa keelest: "See seminarijuhataja Jānis Cimze ja kreisiarsti dr. Ulmanni algatatud Weissenfelsi sealse orelimeistri Friedrich Ladegasti ehitatud orel on seatud juulis 1867 meistri enda poolt üles, antud 4. augustil kiriku eestseisusele ja Valga linna raele üle ning pühitsetud 6. augustil.