Infinity-361_angle_benchWelcome to our website!

We are dealers and service representatives for Rodgers Organs and some Roland keyboard products; and service representatives for Hammond organs. We serve Central Virginia from our Glen Allen studio.

Please make yourself at home and browse through our website. Our wide selection of music equipments to buy. We’re glad you stopped by, and hope you enjoy your visit.

If you have any questions or comments, or would like more information about Rodgers or Roland products, we’d be happy to hear from you. See our contact information at the top of this page. Our show room is located next to Kitchenato (selling the best best kitchen faucets on the market), so look for the signs and welcome!

Hampton 2010 – Rodgers & Roland

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If you are anywhere near Norwich this weekend, please come and visit Cantus as we sing the services at the cathedral.

Saturday 22nd at 5.30pm, Tomkins responses, Gibbons second service, Hail, gladdening light, Charles Wood.

Sunday 23rd Eucharist at 10.30am, Mass for 5 voices, Imogen Holst; Ave verum, Andrew Bruce

Evensong at 3.30pm, Tomkins responses, Stanford in Britain flat, they that go down to the sea in ships, Herbert Sumsion.
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Who does not know this from Elvis.. here it is in SATB hymn setting. ... See MoreSee Less

Sheet music made by gertim for 3 parts: Sopraan/Alt, Tenor/Bas, Bass

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Does anyone know of a practical organ arrangement (dare I say, simplification) of the accompaniment to the last movement of Vaughan Williams' Five Mystical Songs (Let all the world). I'm struggling with the piano part. I'll have a three manual organ for the concert, if that helps... ... See MoreSee Less

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“‘Hiding in Thee’ was writ­ten in Mo­ra­via, New York, in 1876,” writes Mr. Cush­ing. “It must be said of this hymn that it was the out­growth of ma­ny tears, ma­ny heart-con­flicts and soul-yearn­ings, of which the world can know no­thing. The his­to­ry of ma­ny bat­tles is be­hind it. But the oc­ca­sion which gave it be­ing was the call of Mr. Sank­ey. He said, ‘Send me some­thing new to help me in my Gos­pel work.’ A call from such a source, and for such a pur­pose, seemed a call from God. I so re­gard­ed it, and prayed: ‘Lord, give me some­thing that may glor­i­fy Thee.’ It was while thus wait­ing that ‘Hid­ing in Thee’ pressed to make it­self known. Mr. Sank­ey called forth the tune, and by his gen­i­us gave the hymn wings, mak­ing it use­ful in the Mas­ter’s work.”

Source: Sankey, p. 149
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Sheet music made by gertim for 2 parts: Sopraan/Alt , Voice

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Christine Nigam shared Christine N Concerts's post to the group: English Church Music. ... See MoreSee Less

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