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  • Bellows now in place

    Bellows now in place in the organ

  • The production team from Convivium records at Romsey Abbey

    The recording is being produced by Adrian Green and Andrew King of Convivium Records https://conviviumrecords.co.uk/, seen here in the vestry at Romsey Abbey

  • George Richford directing a CD recording of English verse anthems with Romsey Abbey choir

    On Monday to Wednesday June 19th to the 21st the St Teilo organ has been taking part in a recording of late 16th century and early 17th century English church music at Romsey Abbey in Hampshire, where the organ has been living this past year. The organ has been used mainly for the verse anthems. …

  • Concert 21st June at St Botolph Aldgate at 1.05pm (free)

    Gwendolyn Toth will be giving a concert of music on the Harris organ at St Botolph Aldgate on Wednesday (June 21st) at 1.05pm (free, with retiring collection), music by J.S.Bach, Kleber, Scheidemann and Pachelbel

  • Gwendolyn Toth and Jonathan Edwardes at the concert at Pilning

    Her concert included an intabulation of Clément Jannequin’s La Guerre, an account of the Battle of Marignano in which the French King Francis I was victorious over the Swiss allies of the Holy Roman Emperor. The account of the events were read for us by St Peter Pilning’s Director of Music Jonathan Edwardes (who also …

  • Gwendolyn Toth concert at Pilning near Bristol

    Gwendolyn Toth is organist at Immanuel Lutheran in New York, and an enthusiastic and accomplished interpreter of early music on the organ. You can follow her enthusiasm for historic organs on facebook https://www.facebook.com/gwendolyn.toth On Saturday June 17th she gave a concert on the 1790s William Allen chamber organ at Pilning near Bristol.

  • Kimberly Marshall Concert at St Swithun Worcester

    Kimberly Marshall introducing an item in her lunchtime concert on the Wetheringsett organ at St Swithun Worcester on Friday June 16th. It was a captivating programme of mostly secular music from the 16th century brilliantly played. In the afternoon she conducted a multiple masterclass for participants from the Royal College of Organists with her usual …

  • Chris cutting keys

    Chris cutting keys for the new keyboards

  • Tudor mass music at the Vyne

    Visitors to the Tudor chapel at the Vyne, a National Trust house in Hampshire, can experience a virtual pre-Reformation mass, with plain chant, authentic noises of censers, etc. and organ music contributed by Andrew McCrea on the Wetheringsett organ. An introduction to the experience can be seen on https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/the-vyne/features/tudor-mass-audio-illusion-unveiled-at-the-vyne

  • Skip Sempé and Andreas Linos at Staunton Harold

    The main reason for Andreas and Skip visiting us was to sample the world of the English 17th century consort organ. On Saturday we visited Canons Ashby, where the ca1675 organ is now placed at the end of a long gallery, an appropriate acoustical space which one can imagine being used by viol players in …

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