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Organists' Review Magazine Organists' Review March 2012 Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Only €3,99 If you love to play, love to listen to or simply love to discuss organs as an instrument, this is the magazine for you. .. read more It provides a kaleidoscope of the organ world, with articles, information and stunning pictures covering a wide range of organ related topics. In addition to regular features such as new music and CD reviews, each issue explores in depth a theme of current interest.

Starting life primarily as the quarterly magazine of the IAO it is now available to all.  read less
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The planning for this issue began with John Stanley’s birthday. Although he is much revered as an organist and composer, not much is known about his life and few instruments which he played now
remain. However, St Andrew’s Holborn, took the unique decision to use the case from the Foundling Hospital, London, to contain their organ: this organ had originally been designed by Handel whilst he was a governor there. As Stanley had been appointed to the same position after
Handel’s death, it seemed apt to use this case as the cover and the pull-out. .. read more Once the issue of Stanley was dealt with, instruments began to take over. Anthony Hammond and Paul Hale attended the launch of the new Viscount organ at Leamington Spa, whilst Andrew Benson-
Wilson takes a less controversial look at what was a similar debate at the time – which was the better builder, Silbermann or Hildebrandt? Keeping their feet firmly in the UK, in a change to the last issue’s announcement, Dr Roy Massey looks at the organ of Belmont Abbey, Hereford, and Robert Lightband rediscovers a Willis in Inverness. Paul Hale also introduces three newly-completed organs (St Paul’s, Bedford; St Oswald’s, Ashbourne, & St John’s, Boxmoor) and John Norman looks at the Grove organ, Tewkesbury.  read less
If you love to play, love to listen to or simply love to discuss organs as an instrument, this is the magazine for you. It provides a kaleidoscope of the organ world, with articles, information and stunning pictures covering a wide range of organ related topics. In addition to regular features such as new music and CD reviews, each issue explores in depth a theme of current interest.

Starting life primarily as the quarterly magazine of the IAO it is now available to all.
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