The Utopa Baroque Organ
The New Baroque Organ
Medieval Organ Art
Music as installation art
In the course of the Orgelpark Research Program, the Orgelpark organizes symposia and colloquia. Many of them are organized in collaboration with the Chair Organ Studies at VU University Amsterdam. The Chair was re-established by the Orgelpark in 2010. Papers presented during these events are published in the Orgelpark Research Reports. The Reports are available for free.
The Orgelpark Research Reports are electronic books because texts on music should include audio and video examples. Orgelpark Research Report #4 ("Medieval Organ Art), for example, includes over one hour of music.
Read online (with audio)
The Orgelpark Research Reports are designed to be read, viewed and listened to online on any device such as: a computer, a tablet, or a phone. Click on the Report of your choice above; then click 'Read report online (with audio)'. The Report will open automatically in your browser.
The Report provides two navigation aids. Click on the icon showing three horizontal lines to return to the table of contents. Click on the icon showing nine square dots to get an overview of all pages.
Full-text search is possible by clicking on the line in the footer of each page, saying "click here to read this text in a window allowing full-text search". Tip: this window might be useful when reading the Reports on tiny screens such as phones.
Read offline (without audio)
Each Orgelpark Research Report is available as a pdf-file as well. Please note that the audiovisual content and search functions are not available in these pdf's. Click on the Report of your choice above; then click 'Read report offline (without audio)'. The Report will then be downloaded to your device.
Paper version (without music)
In case you don't have a suitable device and prefer to read the paper version of the Report, you can order the Report of your choice by sending an email to email@example.com. For the printed Report a small fee is asked. Please note that the audiovisual content and search functions are not part of the printed Reports.