.... Posted January 20, 2021 Share Posted January 20, 2021 I recently came across an interesting interview with the organ builder Ron Sharp, who's best known for building the organ of the Sydney Opera House. To confess I did find the interview at the start a little jarring, as Ron Sharp is quite frail and their was also budgie or something that wouldn't stop making noises. But I did find some of his opinions during the second half quite interesting, as I think his attitudes on things like acoustic reverberation and the balance between bass and treble notes, are quite different to what most people think. Organs by Ron Sharp Sydney Opera House http://www.ohta.org.au/confs/Sydney/GRANDORGAN.html Knox Grammer School Chapel https://sydneyorgan.com/Knox.html Perth Concert Hall http://www.ohta.org.au/organs/organs/PerthConcertHall.html St Mary's Catholic Cathedral Chancel Triforium http://www.ohta.org.au/confs/Sydney/STMARYSCATHEDRAL.html#S Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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