Related content in “Organs and music”

  • A guide to grants

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  • Acoustics

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  • Association of Independent Organ Advisors

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    Members of the AIOA are experienced and accredited specialists with wide knowledge of the musical, technical, acoustical, architectural and historical questions which can arise.

  • British Institute of Organ Studies

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    Exists to encourage and promote the study of the pipe organ, its history and design, and to increase appreciation and understanding of its music by both organists and the general public. The society serves effectively as the amenity society for...

  • Care and conservation

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  • Cello Pilgrimage

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    History is all around this ancient parish church, with a Roman villa, Benedictine Priory and a watch tower all close by. Mersea Island lies off Essex, and is connected to the mainland by the Strood, a causeway that floods at high tide. It was a holiday destination in Roman Britain for occupants of Camulodunum (Colchester) and is still visited by many people today.

  • Church organs

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    The ‘great and good’ of society often enjoyed the privilege of being commemorated within the church. Their monuments can provide a wealth of information about wealth, fashion, their appearance, the way people lived, and how they hoped to be remembered. Whilst there is no elaborate memorial, All Hallows in Harthill, Yorkshire has a fascinating trapdoor entrance to a crypt where Thomas Osborne, who became the first Duke of Leeds, and his successors are buried.

  • Developing a music venue in your church

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    This resource was produced with funding from English Heritage, as part of the Places of Worship Support Officers funding programme. We will be hosting the resources produced by all Places of Worship Support Officers as each project comes to...

  • Friends of Cathedral Music

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    Aims to safeguard our priceless heritage of cathedral music and support a living tradition; to increase public knowledge and appreciation of that heritage and tradition; to encourage high standards in choral and organ music; and to raise money by...

  • Guidance to PCCs on the maintenance and restoration of church organs

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