My careless (and inaccurate) mention of books arranged by August
Schollaert in connection with the Roenigk Richter started an inter-
esting thread, capped by Bob Conant's great note on the Richters
converted by Carl Frei. It's amazing what the collective knowledge
and power of MMD is!
Bjorn Isebaert said that Schollaert never arranged music for keyless
organs (Orgeln mit Tonstufen). I've been wondering why that is?
I would have thought, showing my ignorance of book music technology,
that the arranging process and the book-making process would be the
same for all organ books regardless of whether they ran over a keyed
frame or a keyless frame. Can someone talk more about this?