I have shown you the chapel at Knox College at U of Toronto before (HERE) and during the Doors Open event tours of the college were given which included a performance on the organ in the chapel. It is a Wolff organ built in the North German baroque style and installed here in 1991. A very talented young woman played us a selection of Bach pieces and the sound was marvelous!
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Great architecture indeed. Thanks for sharing!
wow! green really stands out!
A stunning interior, very nice. I agree about that shade of green standing out too!
Yes, the green is outstanding.
It's quite beautiful and the sound must have been fantastic. I love the color!
A beautiful organ and curious color... I love Bach!
An impressive organ in green. It really stands out and is attractive up there.
Wish I had been there to hear the music being played!
the organ lok interesting
Ah, Bach! Nothing better. :-)
Wow! I've never seen a green one before, it's gorgeous!
I wonder how many pipes it has. Nothing beats the sound of a good pipe organ!
organ music can be so inspiring
I would have loved to hear that performance.
BeautiFul and I can imagine how lovely the concert was.
We have a huge one here too at Merrill Auditorium.
I like this photo. It seems to me when you include people, it helps figure out the scale.
I'm green with envy for this organ. Tom The Backroads Traveller
I'll bet that organ sounded wonderful.
I would have enjoyed that. Hartford also has some fine organs, in churches and in other venues.
what a great space for great organ music!
ALOHA from Honolulu,
I looks huge.
I'll bet that was awesome to hear.
That's a very impressive interior...
What a treat Pat. bet the acoustics are wonderful with all those beautiful tall arches.
Amazing, I love seeing church organs
An exquisitely beautiful interior!
love that ceiling. way cool!! ( :
Precious organ. I like the inside !!
I would have liked to hear Bach too :)
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