As some of you who alight on my site may never read Organists’ Review (you should! visit organistsreview.com) it occurred to me that to post my regular column Something old, something new might be of interest as these articles point the spotlight on interesting organ projects in the UK.
I am grateful to the IAO for giving me permission to post these articles here; copyright remains with the IAO. I hope you enjoy reading about some of the imaginative and first-class work which is being carried out in the British Isles, despite an appalling lack of funds and a government, church and education system increasingly peopled by Philistines.
The Harrison & Harrison organ in the church of St John the Baptist, Lound, Norfolk
St Mary’s, Portsea
The H.C. Lincoln instrument now in the Ballroom at Buckingham Palace, and the Harrison & Harrison in the Private Chapel in Windsor Castle
The Father Willis organ in the church of St Mary Magdalene, Taunton
The organ of St John’s Church, Ranmoor, Sheffield