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Organists' Review Magazine September 2013 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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Organists' Review  |  September 2013  


September is an issue of contrasts – appropriate for the season. Although Britten wrote little for the organ we couldn’t omit such a prestigious composer’s work, and are therefore pleased that Paul Spicer has contributed an appreciation of Britten’s choral music. Caleb Jarvis and William Russell are less-known as composers but clearly are held in esteem by Dr Hugh Morton, Dr A.H. Claire and Dr Gillian Ward Russell. Stephen D. Smith has written an appraisal of the renovation by Harrison & Harrison at the Temple Church, London. .. read more The complete stop list appears on the last page – it felt enormous whilst setting that page!

The title which kept the Editor most entertained during setting was John Norman’s Don’t deafen the congregation. Here he explains more about acoustics and how best to make an organ sound (not keep it in a box).  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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