The Organ at Cornell

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Here you can find a selection of videos created around the inauguration of the Baroque Organ in 2011. They explore how the Cornell Baroque Organ finds its place at a large research institution, inspiring students and faculty from across the university.

Peter Lepage, Harold Tanner Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Cornell, considers what the project means for Cornell as a whole

Annette Richards, Professor of Music and Unviersity Organist, discusses her hopes for student engagement with the baroque organ

Anette Shwarz, Chair of German Studies, discusses interdisciplinary work and cultural studies inspired by the organ

Shefford Baker, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, considers the research questions and directions the organ poses for the sciences at Cornell

Delving further, Baker discusses research into pipe corrosion