The Pipe Organ Calendar. The funny and surprising thing: You get that beauty in two styles. There are more pipe organ calendars on the market. But they all have one thing in common. They are all a combination of a picture section and a grid section. All of them. However, the title pages of all pipe organ calendars seem to provide the same content. Learn more down this page.
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By the way, this whole page on my website is not created to inform you "quick and to the point", but Peter, my husband, designed it to entertain you. Regarding the subject of pipe organ wall calendars, pipe organs, calendars in general and what you can do with a EUROPEAN STYLE wall calendar, which doesn't work like its 50:50 calendar counterpart. So, just let him please impress you, folks.
This April page of my organ pipe calendar is European Style. Which means, there is no grid. The calendar – that is to say the weekdays and the numbers of the days – comes as a part of the overall artwork. So, yes, there is no space, to put in a note, an anniversary or the birthday of Grandma. Watch all monthly pages of the current year organ pipe calendar way below on this page or use the shortcut with a click here and return after your "pipe organ adventure".
However, you do need
this grid? With your pipe
organ wall calendar?
Click here, please.
Title page both styles.
Inside page (European style).
Inside page (50:50 style).
On the left side is a picture of a composers calendar, how you discover it on "Google Images". Both calendar styles – the European style and the 50:50 style, when it comes to the title page – look the same. However, what you don't discover with that particular title pic, is what the calendar looks like after January 1st. Believe it or not, even we had a hard time, how to display the difference and how to describe it.
In the picture in the middle (... above) you see, how all 12 monthly pages look like, if you decide for a portrait format EUROPEAN STYLE calendar: The art work is as large as the title picture. On the rights side is, what you get, if you decide for a portrait format 50:50 STYLE calendar: The art work is halved in size inside and is replaced by the "tool section": The grid.
Discover the difference – or, in the case, you find my description complicated and "poor" – in many examples where I show you the difference between EUROPEAN STYLE monthly pages and 50:50 STYLE monthly pages in several rooms of a house, in an apartment, in an office, in 2 kids' rooms and a waiting / reception area.
One more composers calendar: It's the same thing with the title page on "Google Images": There, both styles front pages of each calendar look the same. However, they are different when you go from there to every inside page. Not only this is true, but the landscape format and the portrait format are different, too.
While the inside pages in EUROPEAN STYLE are the same size as the front page of every calendar, it is different with a 50:50 style calendar: Its size doubles, as the "art part" remains the upper and the grid in the same size adds. However: The art portion remains the same size as the title, but a gigantic "toll = grid section" adds.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – The title page. Please double check whether this actually is the year, which you are interested in. That is definitely true between the months of March and May every year!
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – January.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – February.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – March.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – April.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – May.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – June.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – July.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – August.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – September.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – October.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – November.
Our actual pipe organ wall calendar – December.
One more calendar – no pipe organ calendar – but you get a perfect impression about the size of the calendar. This is the small one. However, it is one of our favorite music calendars. Are you interested to discover all monthly pages? Click here. If you are interested in examples, which we hung in living areas, kitchens, kid's rooms, waiting and reception areas and halls? Scroll down, it's below the next two European/US Style comparison pics.
Yessss, a pipe organ calendar. You see the December page (... the "12" for December ...), you learn, where this organ is located (...hard to read in this pic, but it's in the left lower corner), and all together is a cool art work and may upgrade every room or office, waiting or reception area.
Again no pipe organ calendar – it is a composers calendar – but a cool example to show you how our biggest calendars can fit into a living or working area. This calendar shows 12 combinations, these are the famous classic musicians and the cities which are related to them. You might like this one and want to explore the 12 monthly calendar pages. Just click on this link.
Another composers calendar to discover. A mixture between traditional portraits of the musicians and a modern notes and music collage. The full format artwork is just amazing. You can not compare this size with the smaller and the smallest calendars we offer. Plus, the calendar at the bottom is just an art proportion. Plus ... no space to leave hints. You find this combination great and want to enjoy all 12 combinations. That is possible here.
This is a little complicating and I found this out not earlier than after 3 years, shortly after the wife of my US cousin asked me whether I believe offering calendars seems to be a good idea, when everyone uses his or her smartphone. I didn't understand what she meant, so we jumped on the internet, and she showed me for the first time, how a calendar was "constructed" which we today call a "50:50" style calendar.
That was shortly before Christmas, and we wanted to find out, how the majority of wall calendars - no matter which subject - looked in the USA. While I was shopping for shoes, Peter investigated in a special calendar shop inside a mall with all kinds of calendar subjects. He found out, 95 out of 100 calendars followed this 50:50 philosophy.
Here in Germany, 50:50 calendars are a tiny fraction, when it comes to nice wall calendars and even later we found out they call those calendars brochure calendars, which doesn#t have to make sens e for you now. Almost 100 percent of all wall calendars in the way we offer it, are what we today call "EUROPEAN STYLE".
After that hint of our friends / cousin we focused on a description to make clear, that we only offer these European style calendars, and in particular these European style pipe organ calendars. And then ... we found ... Zazzle. And this gift platform Zazzle offers an option for us, to offer both styles, which is European style and 50:50 style. Which today for you means, you can order them both ways. As a cool decoration art work ... or as a tool, to leave in the hints around future dates and appointments. Only my shop "Bach 4 You" offers such a possibility. One calendar, two styles, three sizes.
What a sweetie That is how calendars looked like in 1925.
Again – maybe in other words – back to the hard to explain difference between a portrait format and a landscape format, when it comes to explain the difference between a EUROPEAN STYLE calendar and a 50:50 STYLE calendar. In an upright format calendar the two pics above show the two different styles, when you get to the January page and the following months. The decoration part is halved by 50 % to make place for the grid, the tool. Get a better feeling in the photo collection down that page. So an upright calendar with a particular size minimizes the nice portion by 50 % when it comes to enjoy the 12 monthly pages. It is different with a landscape calendar, as the art part remains the same size, but an "ugly but beneficial" section ads. The size of the whole. See the example below.
Complicated, complicated: On the left side is, how that particular calendar looks on the "Google Images" result, when you put in "composers calendars" or in our case "pipe organ calendars". Same size, however, what you find out about this calendar: It is landscape format. The difference begins, when you get to the first monthly page and all the 11 following inside pages: The format doubles with a 50:50 style upright calendar, but if you want the calendar to "ennoble" a dining room or an area, which actually is no "working space" the added 100 % is an "ugly but useful" grid section. Confused because of a poor description. Check on the picture section below, and it will clear up soon.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 1: Imagine your favorite music calendar in your bathroom or in your guest bathroom. Compare it to a US style calendar in the picture below ...
... No way! However, are you interested to meet all these "Splash" calendar pages? Click here please.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 3: A reception area is the perfect place for a European style music calendar, however a 50:50 style calendar would be a no-no here! This calendar was definitely inspired by the Mt. Rushmore Memorial. Discover more pages here.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 4: This kitchen is so cool, that you have to decide, whether the space above is perfect for an art work ...
... or for the 50:50 calendar type. It's your choice.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 6: Yes, here is the perfect place for a cool tool. Not that visible for guests plus some space to put in hints. A close-up is next.
This calendar type is, what we offer via Zazzle: Our 50:50 style composers calendar and our 50:50 style pipe organ calendars.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 8: Your older kid's bedroom could be a location, where both calendar types fit. The European style calendars and ...
... the 50:50 style calendar, too. It's your teen's choice.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 10: A special music room is the perfect location for a European style calendar. However, not for a 50:50 style calendar at all.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 11: Here is, where great future musicians and composers grow up. A 50:50 style calendar would be nasty here. A European style calendar here is like a noble picture. You want it closer?
Here is a close-up for you.
Not a pipe organ calendar picture # 13: A hallway is the perfect place for a European style calendar. There are so many themes and colors, that you definitely find the perfect match in color.
You have a business, a layer's office, a tax agency or a real estate company? Upgrade one wall with a music calendar. However, we mean, not with a typical 50:50 style calendar. You love this art work in particular and want to see the other monthly pages? Click here.
Isn't it a beauty?
What a decoration in your master bedroom. We guess, it is not necessary, what a 50:50 style calendar would look like here.
In the Johann Sebastian Bach Church (The New Church in the 1710s) in Arnstadt, Thuringia the first organ was located, on which the master performed as an organist.
Owner of the publishing house and author of all music calendars, in particular on this page pipe organ calendars: A miniature dream team – my husband and I. He produces the ideas. Tons of ideas. And after that it's my "job" to make them come alive. However, we do that for 4 decades already and it's fun to create cool stuff related to music.
Johann Sebastian Bach is the best pipe organ player ever? How come? Read more below.
There is no doubt, Johann Sebastian Bach is a pipe organ specialist like no other musician on Earth. What most people know is, that he was a pipe organ player. Fewer folks know, that he was a composer, who "invented" many organ pieces, among them the probably most famous organ work "Toccata". However, almost nobody knows that Bach was - even in his young years - a really well-known organ expert. No other musicians combine these "three organ disciplines".
However, the best pipe organ player! How can you measure such a thing? We have to find a "tool" how to figure that out. Let us research and combine, what other personalities - in more than 250 years - said about Bach and "his competitors" and we find out, that no other composer in the league of Bach got so much special honor like the Royal Polish and Electoral Saxon Court Composer (Bach) did. More famous musicians, like Handel, Beethoven, Mozart and all the other legends could not compete with Bach in this discipline". And even if somebody finds, that this musician or that composer is a better organ player - however, it's a matter of taste, too - there is one proof, which makes Bach the best of all. It is said, that Bach had gigantic hands, so he was able to reach more keys than most of his "competitors" (... in our game). But that's not all. He was so enthusiastic and ambitious, that he is said to use a stick in his mouth to play those keys, which he couldn't reach, when both of his hands and his to feet were occupied. So he is the only musician, of which history tells, who operated this "Queen of all Instruments" with his 2 hands, his two feet and his mouth. That ... makes him the most skilled and most famous pipe organ player in the world and of all time.
These organ calendars are available – in both, the European style and in the 50:50 style (with grid) – and that is true in 3 sizes each style. Just send me a mail, if you want to learn more. We can print each one, you can get each one "hot of the press, printed just for you. You can get previous editions adapted to the year of your choice (European style) and you can decide for every combination with a grid (50:50 style).
Johann Nicolaus Forkel, 1st biographer of Johann Sebastian Bach, based his work on conversations with the master's sons, and he was the one, who told about that cool story about the Thomas Cantor and the story of operating the pipe organ with a stick in his mouth. This first of some 7,000 Bach biographies dates from the year 1788.
The only biography about Johann Sebastian Bach, that dates earlier than Johann Nicolaus Forkel's biography is the (...actually short) biography of his son Carl Philipp Emanuel and two more authors, written in 1750 and published in 1754, the Necrology for J.S. Bach.
The most famous Johann Sebastian Bach Monument in Leipzig, Saxony in Germany. However, it's only one of two Bach monuments in this music metropolis. The second monument, the so-called Old Bach Monument is located just 30 steps away, right next to the St. Thomas Church. By the way: Meet all the Bach monuments here, there are 33!
Have you ever heard of such a thing. We didn't! A Bismarck Calendar.
This is no postage stamp but a so-called food stamp. It tells that the company "Liebes & Teichtner" was located in Leipzig, Saxony in Germany and upgrades that information with the add-on "The biggest Calendar Company". However, it does not tell: ... in Leipzig? ... in Saxony? ... in Germany? ... or on the Planet?
A Chinese postage stamp to honor Chinese inventions., In our case it's ... the invention of the calendar of course. The stamp is issued in 2005.
This is the "Convenient Teller's Great, Illustrated House and Family Calendar for the Year 1917.
This is "The True 100 Year Calendar" valid until the year 1984/1985. We guess it was then released in the year 1884/1885. Sorry, the link is in German only, however, please use Google Translation to learn more.
It is the "Limping Messenger's Calendar for the Resident and Farmer" for the year 1933 in its 133. Volume. That means the first edition dated back in 1800.
The German Federal Post Office issued a stamp in the year 1982. It honored the 400th Anniversary of the Gregorian Calendar.
A Bulgarian set of postage stamps from the year 1993 is related to the subject of calendar.
You just have to visit Martin Doering's pipe organ website, which in German is called "Die Orgelseite.de": Of course he provides English pages for you. Music, Exciting stuff and pictures of more than 5,000 organs from all over the planet.
Organ Calendars, Music Calendars, Composers Calendars, Bach Calendars. So many gifts for musicians, so many music gifts. Plus, calendars come in 2 styles – European Style and 50:50 Style – unique on the Planet.
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