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1313 S. Moorings Drive $669,000 1809 S. Moorings Drive $799,900 700 Planters Row $899,000 1229 S. Moorings Drive $634,500 2029 Montrose Lane $1,790,000 2009 Northstar Place $729,900 1201 Rising Tide Court $799,000 1619 Landfall Drive $1,695,000 1720 Drysdale Drive • 910-256-6111 • www.landfallrealty.com 52 WBM december 2015 “Do I want to solo that out, do I want to use a tuba, do I want to introduce it with a flute or a French horn, an oboe or a clarinet, or a combination of instruments?” Tabler says the air gives the organ its unique and special quality, and makes it ideal for leading a congrega-tion in worship. “Because it has wind behind it, it’s as close to breath and the human voice as you can get without having an orchestra every Sunday,” he says. “There’s something about having breath that has life to it, and takes on its own characteristics. The voice is the primary instrument of all time. When we are born into this world, we come in crying. We are finding our voice. Your voice is important. The instrument complements that voice, and encourages the congrega-tion to find their voice.” “There is nothing to playing the organ. You only have to hit the right notes at the right time and the instrument plays itself.” – Johann Sebastian Bach Judy Siebold sits at the console of the organ at Grace United Methodist and discusses her art. “You just hit the notes,” she says. “You hit the right ones at the right time. That’s what J.S. Bach said. And it just plays itself.” Grace’s organ is a pipe and digi-tal hybrid. The M.P. Moeller pipe organ was installed in 1961, and augmented by a Rodgers electronic organ in 1996. It’s a meld of high tech and old school. “It gives it more variety,” she says. “The electronics are getting quite,


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