June 12, 2013
by Betsy Chapman
We have so many buildings and so many interesting places on campus. Most of the time when we are seeing something, we see only the public part of the space. Wait Chapel is a great example. At the front of the chapel is a stage and a big stretch of beautiful ironwork (with fleur de lis in the design, for those prone to look for detail).
Behind the iron is the pipe organ which is played so beautifully at University events. And normally one never gets a chance to see what is back there, only hear the music as it is played.
Today’s Daily Deac gives you a behind the scenes look at the internal guts of the pipe organ. Next time you hear it play, will you think of what you’ve seen here?
Categories: campus life
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