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 These organ and music-related articles were written by Charles Hendrickson, President of Hendrickson Organ Company.

  • Pipe Organ Prices II (2003)
  • Hendrickson's Helpful Hints for the Organ Committee
  • An American in Paris (1998)
  • Northrop Auditorium Aeolian-Skinner Restoration (1996)
  • The Real Audience (1994)
  • The Singing Voice (1993)
  • Cycles (1993)
  • The Principal 8' (1993)
  • The Client (1992)
  • Wind Pressures (1992)
  • Ceiling Fans (1992)
  • Couplers (1988)
  • Wind for the Organ (1987)
  • Imported Organs (1985)
  • Pipe Organ Prices (1985)
  • Diversity (1984)
  • The Piano
  • Scaling (1977)
  • Sixteen-Foot Manual Stops (1976)
  • Nicking (1976)
  • Requirements for Church Music

    Families of Tone Series (1990 to 1992)

  • I-Introduction
  • II-Principals
  • III-Principal Pitches
  • IV-Flutes
  • V-Strings
  • VI-Reeds

    Divisions of the Organ

  • The Great division (1986)
  • The Swell division (1986)
  • The Swell enclosure (1980)
  • The Positive division (1988)
  • The Choir division (1988)
  • The Solo division  (1988)
  • The Pedal division (1986)

    Tonal Architecture Series

  • Tonal Architecture - Organ Evolution (1999)
  • Tonal Architecture I (1999)
  • Tonal Architecture II - The Temple of Tone (1999)
  • Tonal Architecture IV - Polyphony (1999)
  • Tonal Architecture V - Fonds (2000)
  • Tonal Architecture VI - The Situation (2000)
  • Tonal Architecture VII - The Stoplist
  • Tonal Architecture VIII - Postlude (2000)

    Pipe Materials

  • Copper Pipes (1981)
  • Wood Pipes (1987)
  • Zinc Pipes (1980)
  • Aluminum Pipes (1981)
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