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  1. Bit late for this year, but I play these by Chris Maxim (though never on St Davids Day, strangely enough). https://www.scoreexchange.com/scores/177198.html
  2. PS Where did you find the Elmore, I struggled for ages to find it in print.
  3. Hovland excellent. I play the Elmore, along with a couple of other movements in the suite (bit more taxing on the technique, mind. The Elmore Society I think they were called were going to republish several other of his organ works. I have a cd of his organ music (which I can't lay my hands on at the moment recorded on that outdoor organ in the US.
  4. Thank you. Very helpful and one of the reasons why this forum is such a useful place! Music is, shall we say, OK, nothing spectacular, nothing too difficult!
  5. Does anyone know anything about Manfred Perger? The usual internet search reveals some music (a colleague has Three Chorale Fantasias), but nothing about the man himself. And I'm not a German speaker, so I've been unable to glean information from any foreign sites. Thank you
  6. Further to the earlier message, I have just heard that the funeral will be at Leeds Parish Church at noon on Wednesday 24th October.
  7. For those who are familiar with the organ and music scene in Leeds and West Yorkshire, you will be saddened to hear of the passing away of Anthony Cooke, former Organ Scholar of Keble College, Oxford, and latterly Organist and Director of Music at Leeds Grammar School. For a long period, Anthony was also Treasurer of the Organists Benevolent Fund and Diocesan Organ Advisor. I can post details of when and where the funeral is at a later date if that is of interest to members
  8. Agree with much of your post, particularly about the Rheinberger; so many sonatas, so many decent movements, but not necessarily in the same sonatas! However, I do use the Widor for performance. I bought the volumes as a poor student (£25 for the fifth just for the Toccata, or £10 for all of 1 to 5? No contest!) and yes there are some substantial differences in places (a whole section in the last movement of the 6th that various editions don't have) but many of the differences are a bit more subtle (I did quite a lengthy analysis of the first movement of the fifth) and in many cases I quit
  9. The organ had been removed from the church before 2000 when I first started regularly using the building for concerts. The toaster is passable (well it was for the Crucifixion!) and as a continuo instrument behind an orchestra. There have been several plans doing the rounds during my time there. One was to mount a gallery at the back of the church for an organ, which came to nothing as it obscured some Victorian wall paintings. This might have been the plan that was the hybrid organ with Carol Curley on side and the then vicar and others doing trips to that place in Sweden that has one.
  10. Malvern Priory? Yes, agreed (and with some bias).
  11. And another 'Welcome'. I have found the forums a great place for sharing information, particularly for me in tracking down repertoire/music/sellers/ideas for programmes etc. etc. I noticed you are in Norfolk, where I spent a rather good holiday over the Easter period, having never really visited there at all before now.
  12. DVD arrived yesterday from Amazon. Its for me, but thinly disguised as birthday present for 5 year old daughter on Monday!
  13. Yes, in my eagerness hadn't done it slowly, have seen it all now. Is it worth downloading the iTunes version, or waiting for a CD to come out. Are the iTunes dowloads lossless now? As for the DVD, yes, I will be going for it!
  14. Doh! Hadn't scrolled down far enough! Can't find I was Glad though, or have I missed that as well?
  15. Yes, I'm impressed with the bits you can hear. A pity there's not more music however, and given that iTunes is the perfect place for people to pick and choose the bits they want, shame the Whitlock isn't available, or even Crown Imperial, Blest Pair, or the highlight, I was Glad. I wonder why they've been missed off? If it has been designed to fit on a single CD (for commercial release perhaps later), then there's enough music and the service to fit on to two CDs. On the composer front, MacMillan's political views might have made for some awkward questions.
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