Just ... yes. These pipe organ wall calendars by the tiny calendar publishing house in Southern Germany are the most decorative music calendars related to the "Queen of All Music Instruments" when it comes to the style, how these calendars are constructed.
Your pipe organ calendar for this year or for the current or the next year "to the point"? You get to the shop below.
The difference is crucial, as the typical European style wall calendar is a full format art work or a poster style wall decoration. Plus, this is what you might not like, as there is no space to put in notes, birthdays, obligations, errands and so on! A major problem however is, that the calendar title page (... for instance at GOOGLE images), does not show the inside split. What do we mean? Check for pipe organ wall calendars on Google – click images – and you get an exciting result. It seems, there are tons and tons of cool, exciting pipe organ wall calendars out there. Which actually is true. Sort of. However ... if you click on AMAZON plus pipe organ wall calendars, the result is quite the opposite.
You have a music room? A European Style composers calendar or a European style pipe organ calendar would upgrade the whole "composition" to perfection. However, a 50:50 calendar with a nasty grid would spoil the character of this location!
99 music calendars and only one pipe organ wall calendar at "Bach 4 You"? Actually that is not true, as you still may order all those pipe organ wall calendars, which were published since the first one in 2017. However, the pipe organ wall calendars from the past years would today be printed "hot off the press" ... just for you!
What is the secret behind the funny fact, that there are so many pipe organ wall calendars presented via the GOOGLE images research and so few via your investigation on AMAZON?
One thing is sure: Although it seems, there are many folks interested in pipe organ wall calendars, there are many offers on the market with a grid. But only one pipe organ wall calendar is a full page art work. Why is it so? It is because it doesn't cost 1 Cent to offer such a work with a grid section. How is that possible? It is possible with "print on demand". "Print on demand" ... that is what you heard about that when it's about publishing books. And that is true for calendars, too?
Yes. Zazzle is the keyword. Zazzle offers the calendar. Creative people and artists add their artwork or photo collection. So, if you order one calendar, Zazzle prints one calendar and ships it to your home. For that reason it doesn't matter whether offering a pipe organ wall calendar serves a niche market or a whopping target group ... just 5 humans or 1.5 billion pipe organs wall calendar lovers. It just doesn't matter. Zazzle prints. Piece by piece. By piece. And yes, that is why you can buy "Bach 4 You" pipe organ wall calendars in the grid version, too. Just hop to our shop on Zazzle.
According to our research there is no music calendar publishing house outside Europe, that offers a layout design, which does not divide every monthly page in two sections. One section is a photo of the organ (... in an organ calendar), the second half is the grid, which shows the days of the week, the day of the month and gives you – with that – the space to write in anniversaries, birthdays or your next appointment at the dentist. Almost all offers – no matter how deep you dig – follow the same design pattern. The decorative picture is in the lower half or in the upper half. And that is true for a landscape format calendars and for upright calendars. And – of course – it's true in all sizes as well. However, as a wall decoration these 50:50 (... half pic, half grid) the size options are no real size options, as the space to hang it in the kitchen is smaller than in all other rooms. Check on the true to scale comparison in the picture below. If you – after that – keep in mind, that the decorative part is only half the offered size, it means, that the artwork of the largest "Bach 4 You" calendar is 4 times the nice part of a 50:50 calendar.
The front and title page of a pipe organ wall calendar shows one full size motif of an organ and in all cases the date of the year, too. However, if you turn the front page to the January page, you realize a 50 % loss of the nice space for the organ picture. Each monthly page are completed by a relatively ugly part, which is the white space with the grid.
Please hop to our shop on Zazzle and meet our pipe organ wall calendar offer there. If you prefer this calendar as a sort of tool, to work with and the preferred place for such a pipe organs wall calendar is in your kitchen or your pantry than hop to our calendars in that style.
It's not a different calendar style, actually it's a different kind of philosophy, which calendar style you prefer. European style calendars are not designed to put in notes here and there.
The title page of a calendar doesn't tell which kind of wall calendar is inside. This may create a huge disappointment: For those who do want a grid and for those who do not prefer such a tool-like decoration (... perfect for your kitchen). Please allow another link to my shop. Plus here, you get to my Zazzle shop (... my pipe organ wall calendars with grid) .
That is what you see on GOOGLE, when you write the keywords "composers and calendars" in the search bar. Take 5 seconds to be aware of the creative part of the calendar front pages. It's 100 percent of what you see and both calendars seem to provide "the same amount of art inside".
Now please, check on the percentage of the "art portion" on both calendars, after you switched from the front page to the calendar pages inside. On the left (European style) is, what remains, 100 percent artwork. The "miniature calendar section" (... at the bottom), is just showing the day of the week or the day of the month. And it is also a part of the general artwork, so to speak. True on the left side. However, on the right motif above you discover, what the most US calendars look like, when you switch from the title page to any monthly page. The decorative part, which is the picture of the pipe organ, the composer, the music design or whatever, is a future mere 50 percent only. To add room, so that you can use this calendar as a tool in the lower section. And yes, you can't leave notes on the left calendar style, not on an European style calendar.
It's just the perfect gift for a music lover. Instead, the common bottle of wine or a flower bouquet. The pipe organ wall calendar or any composers calendar, Bach calendar or music calendar, which "Bach 4 You" offers.
Does it make sense, to buy a 50:50 style calendar – you know meanwhile, that this is how we call these calendar designs, where the art work is in one half and the grid is in the second half of the overall "tool" – so does it make sense, to buy such a 50:50 calendar in a bigger size? Actually not. It's a tool, with a nice attachment and the smallest size – if this is not smaller than a music book – will do.
It's a whole different approach, when you consider such a pipe organs wall calendar – yes or a composers wall calendar or a music wall calendar – an art work. Like a decorative picture or a 3D collage. Plus it's a different approach, if you consider such a pipe organs calendar a decoration for your living area, the music room, the bathroom, the guest bathroom, your office, an attorneys' reception area, a doctor's office or a waiting room. In this case, size really does matter. Because every page in such an European style wall calendar is part of the overall art work.
If you take this fact in account, a music book size calendar and even the 11 inch x 14,25 inch calendar which is four times of the smallest option is a difference like between day and night, if you compare it to the largest calendar from "Bach 4 You". The decorative part (... with grid) is 5.5 inches x 7 inches, compared to 16.5 inches x 23.4 inches (European Style).
Pipe organ wall calendars, music wall calendars: Learn more about the difference with the following decoration examples, which display several kinds of locations and several sizes of calendars. Just go on reading, it's on this page further down.
Organ calendar and bathroom, "Vol. 1": Check on the difference: A European style calendar, composers or pipe organs, is a decoration feature in every room, even in a bathroom. Find out, how that calendar would look like as a 50:50 style version in the next pic ...
Organ calendar plus bathroom, "Vol. 2": We think, it's a no-no in a nicely decorated bathroom.
The organ calendar and a reception area: We even offer matching composers calendars regarding the color. However, a colorful composers calendar would be a perfect counterpart to the black and white general furniture, walls and doors.
"The organ calender in a hall".A large empty wall in a hall would be a perfect place for a large art work calendar. It upgrades the space as an European style calendar and a 50:50 style calendar would be a no-no here.
Matching the organ calendar theme perfectly. So ... there is a guy in Germany, who accidentally has the same last name as the master composer from Thuringia, and for that reason he proclaims his namesake the best organ player in the past, in the present and in the future?
No, actually, this guy is my husband, and he has researched many entertaining topics about Johann Sebastian Bach and publishes them on his project website "Bach on Bach". One such interesting theme is "Bach, the organ player" and a second one is, that this Bache family (... yes, there is an " e " behind "Bach" which was the back then the plural of "Bach") is the largest and most famous family of musicians on the planet. The largest by far. And the most famous by far as well. However, how can you measure such "disciplines"? And by the way, he actually is speaker of the Bach Family of Musicians, and he is related to J.S. Bach.
The master on the "Pipe Organ Wall Calendar" website. Learn more about the Thomas Cantor and Royal Polish and Electoral Saxon Court Composer on "Bach on Bach". By the way, this Bach monument is located in Weimar, and it's much less impressing compared to how it has been photographed by my husband Peter.
There is no question – telling by the judgments of many, many organ master players – today and in the past, starting with Bach's children, via the comments of the best musicians in the world in more than 250 years and ending with the comments on him from young musicians today, that Johann Sebastian Bach was undoubtedly one of the best pipe organ players ever.
But how can you tell, he was the very best pipe organ player of all time and all over the planet? It's a statement with a little wink of the eye: There are two facts which point to this judgment. First J.S. Bach is said to have real big hands and that made it possible that he could reach keys at the same time, which moderate and even the best pipe organ players did not reach because their hands were not as large as Bach's were.
Plus, the ultimate hint: Johann Sebastian Bach is said to have composed one pipe organ music work, in which he had to put a stick in his mouth, because he had no free hand as both were occupied with playing, so that he operated the key he needed with this stick in his mouth. This makes this Royal Polish and Electoral Saxon Court Composer, Music Director and Thomas Cantor the best pipe organ player in the Universe.
Tadaa. If you add the verdict of the best musicians of all time and from all over the world and upgrade it by the fact that J.S. Bach was the only one, who did not only use his hands and feet to play the organ but a fifth option in addition, he surely is the best organ player in the Universe and of all time. The proof is on page 668 in the 2nd volume.
It's really easy to figure out the names of the most famous composers on the planet. Of course all of those are classical composers and the died a long time ago. There are still living classical music composers around, but they are (... not yet) as famous as the "old masters". Okay, you check on the internet, or hop to "Bach on Bach" via this link, and there they are: Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Verdi, Handel, Tchaikovsky, Wagner. After those already the next league starts, as Berlioz, Gounod, Schubert, Strauss, dad and son, Weber, Liszt are less known than the premier league. You don't think so? Ask students and pupils, kids and teenagers to name 5 of the master composers. And you will find out, I am right.
Okay we found out one discipline to be among the most famous plus the largest. Now it's about counting numbers. It's a whole page on my husband's "Bach on Bach" website, and he was very ambitious to research all those family members. With finding these children and parents a next discipline upraises. Which fame category is true for them. Say, Strauss in Austria: The dad was as famous as the son, so there are 2 masters in the 2nd category. However, Bach is a member of the "Formula One of composers", but can trough in 4 famous sons, two were even more famous than Bach, Sr., when they were famous. Of course their general league was category 3 or 4 or 5, that is nobody today even knows about their existence today. However, there were 4 of them Plus a fifth son, who made money with music.
Yes, finally it's comparing apples and tomatoes, but if you create it a game -which my husband did - you will find out, that the number of family members of this Bache family is so overwhelmingly huge, that all other families of musicians - back then the List/Wagner team or nowadays the Jacksons" have not the slightest chance to win "this competition".
However, my husband Peter requests, not to judge this tournament too serious. Thanks.
Matching the organ calendar page: We needed more than 5 years to find this Johann Sebastian Bach monument in Berlin, Germany, which is lost after World War II. It was one of the smaller memorials in the trilogy with King Frederick of Prussia as the main monument. In the postcard, the Bach monument is almost invisible behind the much bigger Prussian King's memorial.
The most unknown church in which Johann Sebastian Bach played the organ: And why is that true? Because until 2018 the village of Gräfenroda was not yet officially listed as a Johann Sebastian Bach location. Back then J.S. Bach visited the cantor of Gräfenroda, and they both had fun to play the organ in the St. Laurence Church.
What a latest-state-of-the-art J.S. Bach monument. It is located in the Northern Bavarian city of Ansbach, which isn't actually one of the Bach cities. They just adore the composer.
Meet "my husband's world". He photographed the Bach monument in Ansbach for 45 Minutes, from all distances, with different backgrounds and foregrounds. And this is the most exciting photo regarding the background. Can you believe such a thing: Although the residents of this city love Johann Sebastian Bach, there is no hint pointing to him on the house next to his monument. Do you see the word "Bach" behind the monument? Check on the next pic ...
A different view of the J.S. Bach memorial. Check the lower edge of the pic. You discover the letters "NSBACH". Add an " A " and you have the second word of the "WÄSCHEHAUS ANSBACH" which is a clothes store in the city of Ansbach.
Johann Sebastian Bach in the Ulm Cathedral (Ulmer Münster) in Southern Germany. There was just one picture hidden among thousands of Bach photos on Google, before Peter made a trip to this cool place. Now there are 20 different photos available.
Isn't that likable: The artist was so overwhelmed by the name and the person of Bach that he renamed the birth city of Eisenach to Eisenbach. My husband and I love this one out of some 150 J.S. Bach stamps, published in over 60 years and all over the world. Do you want to discover them all ... now?
Peter Bach, Jr., author of "Bach on Bach", actually possesses the complete collection (... learn more about him with a click here), all Bach stamps that were ever published in the world. Plus he also found all Bach cinderellas. Learn more about Bach cinderellas with a click here.
Yes, the Bachs also sold instruments back then, however, probably no organs. And they made music. In Germany, in Italy, in Great Britain and in the USA. Today the Bachs of this family make music in the Netherlands as well.
Where ever Bachs of this family were living: They made music. The Bachs – back then they were called Bache – are by far the largest family of musicians. Learn more with a click here.
Do you know Martin Doering? The German pipe organs lover Martin Doering, who lives in Berlin? Of course, you don't, as his website on the US Google results is not showing up on position one to ten. However, his website is awesome and I want to introduce you to his collection of some 5,000 pipe organs and real much exciting pipe organ stuff to read. The title of this website is "www.die-Orgelseite.de" Yes, it is a "de-address" and that makes it also hard to climb the Google results outside Germany. Of course there is an English section and so you don't have to walk your way via Babble or Rosetta Stone.
It is really worth a visit. Martin Doering provides a true treasure, when it comes to the beauty of organs in the whole world. He even travels around the globe to provide new perfect pictures of organs.
Of course there is a paragraph on this page of this Pipe Organ Wall calendar website, is you are interested in more exciting addresses in the subject. First there is the website of the AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS / THE AMERICAN ORGANIST MAGAZINE: Organ news are a rich source for those, who want to learn about this theme.
There is the website of the American Institute of Organbuilders providing a cool video and a deep look into the subject of building pipe organs.
More information is what you will find at the Associate Pipe Organ Builders of America.
Read about the exciting goal of the Pipe Organ Foundation.
And there is the Church Organ World in the United Kingdom, well worth a visit.
Caution, caution, folks: This is not the actual pipe organ calendar. The organ calendar which is "valid" this year, is what you find right below the first headline. This is one of the pipe organ calendars in the previous years. The first pipe organ calendar was released in the year 2017. So, if you love this following one, however, with the calendar of this or the oncoming year, please order it in the shop.
The pipe organ calendar of soon long gone year in the most perfect size: on this website for you. To discover the title page plus the 12 monthly pages from January to December. One more hint regarding the quickest shortcut to the matching shop page. Just click here.
The pipe organ calendar in a previous year. Enjoy the January page. " 01 " stands for January and the calendar part on the right side is part of the overall artwork. Click here.
The pipe organ calendar page in February.
The pipe organ calendar page in March. Did you realize: The hint regarding the city, the name of the church and the country comes bilingual, which is in English and German?!
The pipe organ calendar page in April. Just a reminder: This is not the actual pipe organ calendar.
The pipe organ calendar page in May. However, not in the current calendar.
The pipe organ calendar page in June.
The pipe organ calendar page in July. If you prefer a pipe organ calendar from the previous years ... this is one option.
The pipe organ calendar page in August.
The pipe organ calendar page in September of the previous years.
The pipe organ calendar page in October. However, not this year, not the next year.
The pipe organ calendar page in November. The current and actual pipe organ calendar is below the first headline on this page.
The pipe organ calendar page in December. The final page of this pipe organ calendar. However, it's not the actual calendar. You find this actual pipe organ calendar below the first headline of this page.
Pipe 0rgan calendars ... It's not possible to match this subject with a cartoon better. This cartoon above shows Johann Sebastian Bach, it shows a pipe organ in the background and the artist who created this master piece is a member of the Bach family of musicians, who lives in the Unites States in America: Briana Bach-Hertzog. Thank you so much, Briana.
Pipe organ wall calendars and composers wall calendars: Check all 99 music wall calendars with a click here.
One composers calendar is permitted, to be here on this website on the front page. Meanwhile there is not only one pipe organ calendar available on "Bach 4 You", but there is one more every year and that is true for a few years already.
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