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Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby B. Milan » Tue May 11, 2010 1:01 pm


Visit the Hauptwerk YouTube channel at
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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby kaspencer » Sun May 16, 2010 7:10 pm

Thanks for the reminder of the Hauptwerk Youtube channel Brett.

I have a few videos of my own on Youtube (under kaspenceruk). At present they mainly explain how my setup works rather than being of performances, although I shall be adding some performances (nothing to write home about there!) shortly - they are intended to help people with their own projects.

Are you proposing to link other people's Hauptwerk-related videos to the Hauptwerk channel? If so feel free to add my "A Video Tour of my Hauptwerk Virtual Pipe Organ" Parts I-V if you consider them to be useful.


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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby stefanuk » Fri Jul 09, 2010 2:09 am

Here is my channel on youtube as well, mostly theater organ music so far, I am still playing with the setup, hope you enjoy!
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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby Randall Mullin » Tue Aug 21, 2012 9:47 pm

For those interested in Romantic and Contemporary literature using Hauptwerk sample sets on YouTube, here is the link to my channel.

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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby B777Captain » Thu Jul 04, 2013 3:29 am

Psalm XIX by Marcello on the Bovenkerk in Kampen, Holland: ... chQ_Qq_ZvQ

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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby Bartfloete » Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:30 am

Some performances are also available here:

Glad, if you like them.
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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby Organorak » Sat Jul 06, 2013 4:37 am

Ditto, samples of (mainly) Salisbury, Caen, Zwolle, St Maximin on the little instrument I put together in my garden shed....
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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby ChangedForever » Fri Jul 31, 2015 2:59 pm

Thanks for all those youtube links :D !! Will keep me busy this weekend during the rain!!

Have a nice weekend, all...
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Re: Hauptwerk YouTube Channel

Postby Antoni Scott » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:14 am

I'm not sure if I am posting this Youtube video in the correct manner but I wanted to share my performance of the Chorale from the Suite Gothique by Boellmann, played on the large Esztergom sample set. So my apologies if I have placed it in the wrong section.

The console upon which I am playing is (was) originally a 1980 Schantz console that had three manuals. A few years ago I added a fourth manual (all the manuals are from Classic Midi from Canada. I also added many more toe pistons, etc. The console as seen on this video is probably the final evolution of my Hauptwerk. The touch sensitive monitors were obtained from Milan many years ago and perform flawlessly and accurate ( an important consideration). Everything is powered by a 2010 vintage MacPro with 12 cores (3.33Ghz) and 96GB of memory. The memory is probably over-kill but I wanted to future proof my Hauptwerk for the inevitable larger and larger sample sets. The second video basically demonstrates the organ as it it now in its present form.
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