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Organists' Review Magazine May 2010 Special Issue

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After two issues featuring organists, May opens with Christopher Stembridge's follow-up article on Frescobaldi before the focus moves on to instruments. Benjamin Saunders writes about the extensive restoration at Leeds Cathedral and Dr Rot Masse returns with an article about a successfully transplanted instrument. John Kitchen has recently been working on a project to record the organs of Edinburgh, and he explains its origins and how this project progressed; Paul Hale salutes the return of highly ornate cases before David Shuker, in his BIOS column, asks "What have organ builders ever done for us?" – I think you'll find it's more that you previously thought! Finally, John Bertalot writes his last article for OR, concluding his review of the most influential people in his musical career.

Unusually, and sadly, this issue also includes two obituaries: Alan Thurlow writes about IAO Honorary Member, Stanley Vann, and D'Arcy Trinkwon contributes a highly personal obituary to the sadly-missed Allan Wicks.
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Organists' Review

May 2010 After two issues featuring organists, May opens with Christopher Stembridge's follow-up article on Frescobaldi before the focus moves on to instruments. Benjamin Saunders writes about the extensive restoration at Leeds Cathedral and Dr Rot Masse returns with an article about a successfully transplanted instrument. John Kitchen has recently been working on a project to record the organs of Edinburgh, and he explains its origins and how this project progressed; Paul Hale salutes the return of highly ornate cases before David Shuker, in his BIOS column, asks "What have organ builders ever done for us?" – I think you'll find it's more that you previously thought! Finally, John Bertalot writes his last article for OR, concluding his review of the most influential people in his musical career. Unusually, and sadly, this issue also includes two obituaries: Alan Thurlow writes about IAO Honorary Member, Stanley Vann, and D'Arcy Trinkwon contributes a highly personal obituary to the sadly-missed Allan Wicks.


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After two issues featuring organists, May opens with Christopher Stembridge's follow-up article on Frescobaldi before the focus moves on to instruments. Benjamin Saunders writes about the extensive restoration at Leeds Cathedral and Dr Rot Masse returns with an article about a successfully transplanted instrument. John Kitchen has recently been working on a project to record the organs of Edinburgh, and he explains its origins and how this project progressed; Paul Hale salutes the return of highly ornate cases before David Shuker, in his BIOS column, asks "What have organ builders ever done for us?" – I think you'll find it's more that you previously thought! Finally, John Bertalot writes his last article for OR, concluding his review of the most influential people in his musical career.

Unusually, and sadly, this issue also includes two obituaries: Alan Thurlow writes about IAO Honorary Member, Stanley Vann, and D'Arcy Trinkwon contributes a highly personal obituary to the sadly-missed Allan Wicks.
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