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January 30, 2003
Vol. II, No. 4


"Keeping Up-to-Date"
The BACHorgan.com Articles Library was created as a central repository for the articles that I reference in my Weekly Rampages, as well as for other articles that may be of interest to the BACHorgan.com community. The latest addition to the library is an article on Will W. Rogers, a frequent contributor to BACHorgan.com, most recently helping out with the "November Is American Indian Heritage Month" Workshop. In addition to his accomplishments as an organist, Will is a talented painter whose inspired work is being exhibited at the Chieftain's Trail Museum/Ridge Home in Rome, GA. The show opened this past Saturday and will be on display until March 1, 2003. I haven't been able to find the article online but Will was kind enough to provide a scan for me to post.
http://www.BACHorgan.com/Articles.asp
Aside from sometimes not being able to find things online, I have a problem when online articles suddenly disappear without warning. The result is a dead link and that makes a BACHmaster's job of keeping a website up-to-date even harder. Fortunately, other websites usually pick up and post a story before the original website takes the article down for whatever reason. So I browsed through the Articles Library yesterday and replaced all the dead links, indicating them with "(Renewed Link)."
http://www.BACHorgan.com/Articles.asp
On that note, I'll just say "Thank you, Will!" and "Enjoy the Library!"
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Updated Pages
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Organ Links:
Added is the Klais organ at Saint Peter's Church in New York City.
http://www.BACHorgan.com/Organs/Organs.html

Book Store:
Added is "All the Stops: The Glorious Pipe Organ and Its American Masters" by Craig R. Whitney. Pre-order now! This item will be released in April 2003.
http://www.BACHorgan.com/Books/Books.html

Have a great week!

Dan Long
Editor, BACHorgan.com


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