Pipe Organs of Historic St. Philip’s Church, Charleston



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Hello this is Episode 15 of Pipe Organs of SC

I was able to play two instruments during a mini vacation in Charleston. I would love to do more, so if any of you can put me in contact with some organists that would be great.

This program is funded in part by the Metropolitan Arts Council which receives support from the City of Greenville, BMW Manufacturing Company, Michelin North America, Inc., SEW Eurodrive and the South Carolina Arts Commission.

Subscribe to the Channel. Please note due to a failure of a piece of equipment that has since been replaced. This video does not have the typically great audio of our content. I almost did not want to upload it. However I took a hit and purchased what I hope is a nicer piece of equipment.
Thanks to St. Philip’s church and Joe Hethcox for hosting us quite on the fly.
This video was not initially scheduled but thankfully I had most of my gear working, note the absence of the tripod during the chapel organ visit

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St. Michael’s is next in line.

St Philip’s Church – Charleston, South Carolina



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Sea Island Media has a huge catalog of 4K Charleston footage available for professional licensing. Business owners please reach out if you need content for viral marketing or video projects! Here’s a recent aerial loop from St. Phillips Church in downtown Charleston.

Hostage Situation In Charleston, South Carolina Restaurant Ends As Gunman Is Shot By Police | TIME



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The mayor says a hostage situation in a Charleston, South Carolina, restaurant has ended with the gunman being shot by police.
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Hostage Situation In Charleston, South Carolina Restaurant Ends As Gunman Is Shot By Police | TIME

Hundreds gather at Charleston church to pay respect



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Members of a neighboring church attended a special service before walking over to the Emanuel AME church to pay their respect to the victims lost in the mass shooting.

59 Church Street, Charleston, South Carolina, 29401



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The Thomas Rose House was constructed c. 1735 and is considered one of Charleston’s best preserved colonial dwellings. The house has retained many of its original architectural elements, including extensive interior wood paneling, decorative mantelpieces and a unique full-width second-story drawing room unlike any other in the city. The building was one of the first residences to be listed within Charleston’s Historic District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The property consists of a double lot, and features an expansive Loutrel Briggs-designed garden and original outbuildings. Rear piazza enclosures and an addition to connect the outbuildings with the main house have allowed for extra living space without jeopardizing the dwelling’s esteemed Georgian character.

Charleston to Charlotte N.C. Black Church & School Burned Arson 2015



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Fire At Black Church In North Carolina Ruled Arson, 06/24/2015. Investigators with the Charlotte Fire Department in North Carolina say a fire at a predominantly black church is arson.

A statement from the fire department said it took about an hour Wednesday to get the fire at Briar Creek Road Baptist Church under control. Two firefighters were treated for heat-related injuries. Investigators are not sure if the fire was racially motivated. The church’s congregation is predominantly black.

Dylann Roof found guilty in Charleston church massacre



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The church massacre gunman Dylann Roof could face the death penalty after being convicted of 33 federal charges. A jury of 12 found him guilty Thursday. The same group will decide next month whether the 22-year-old should be sentenced to death. This self-described white supremacist admitted to killing nine people at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina. Mark Strassmann reports.

Watch the full bond hearing for suspect in Charleston church shooting



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Dylann Roof, the suspect in a mass shooting that killed nine people at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina on Wednesday night, faced a bond hearing on Friday. In addition to words spoken by the judge and attorneys, family members of the victims addressed Roof directly.

Shooting Inside Historic African American Church In Charleston



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Shooting has been reported at a historic African-American church in Charleston in South Carolina.

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Worshippers return to Charleston’s Emanuel AME



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Hundreds of people filled the pews of historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, for services Sunday morning.

New details behind Charleston church shooting emerge



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Thousands turned out for a multi-faith prayer vigil to mourn the nine people killed in South Carolina’s church massacre. As the state and residents struggle to cope in the aftermath, accused killer Dylann Roof was arraigned on several charges, including nine counts of murder. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues reports from Charleston, South Carolina with the latest on this story.

SC Senator Among the Victims of Charleston Church Shooting



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Nine people are dead after a shooting Wednesday night at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in an attack officials describe as a “hate crime.”
The pastor of the the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church, a popular State Senator, was among the victims.
Clementa Pinckney, 41, is a well-known leader in the community and civil rights advocate.
The police have yet to formally confirm the identity of the other victims, but Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen said six women and three men were killed. Charleston Mayor Joe Riley said, “The only reason someone would walk into a church and shoot people that were praying is out of hate.” He described the scene as “the most heartbreaking … I have ever witnessed in my life.”

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South Carolina police release photo of suspect in Charleston church shooting



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Police in Charleston have released pictures of a young man they believe is responsible for the church shootings which left nine people dead.

Police admit they have no idea where he is at present.

A manhunt is underway for the suspect. The public have been warned he is dangerous, and he is not to be approached.

Reverand Clementa Pinckney has been confirmed dead. A state senator, he is also the pastor of the targeted Emanuel African Methodist Church.

Police Chief Gregory Mullen said he believe…
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