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  1. There is a very fine Conacher at St.Mary's in Frittenden, Kent, moved a few years ago from the south chancel to the north aisle. Details here.
  2. I'd always wondered this too, but have heard it rhyme with 'see' more often.
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    Henri Mulet

    Sorry to bump up an old thread - I was wondering if any members would still have these pieces they would be willing to share with me? My membership pre-dated the offer and I gather that the original poster is no longer a member of this forum. Many thanks in advance. Timothy
  4. I will look this one up - it appears to be available as an OUP reprint, along with a Toccata and some sets of Chorale Preludes. Having dug out the 'Christ's Hospital Papers' by Nicholas Plumley last night, from a large collection of books I came into possession to from the estate of late organ builder, Brian Bunting - it would seem that a lot of Lang's organ music was published after his tenure at CHH. On another note (and perhaps a seed for a new thread) - have there ever been any recordings made of the chapel organ at Horsham? Many of the registrations in the organ pieces allude to that instrument, particularly in the Sonata. Despite living not too far from Horsham, I've never heard the organ in the flesh. I'm pretty sure our hosts did some work on it some time ago in the 1980s. Tim
  5. Most of us are probably familiar with his famous Tuba Tune and the Epiphany carol 'Eastern Sages, Monarchs Three', which have enjoyed enduring popularity. Amongst my organ music collection, I have the following: Prelude, Pastorale and Fugue Sonata in D minor (very lengthy - 50 pages!) Prelude and Fugue in G minor Introduction and Passacaglia in A minor Fugue Trilogy on E.G.B. Procession (in one of the Oxford Albums) As far as I can tell, only one of the above has ever been recorded (the Fugue Trilogy, at St Mary Redcliffe by a previous member of this board). It is a shame, as there is certainly more than enough music to fill a couple of discs. Have any other board members experience of playing any of the above, or others of Lang's works? They seem nicely written, and on the whole technically approachable. Kind regards Tim
  6. I'd definitely like to see Southwark included.
  7. I really like the Elgar - the choirs I've introduced it to have also rather enjoyed it too!
  8. Bumping up an old thread, this could match the description:
  9. For me, the Fanfare by Alec Wyton is one of the most striking pieces in this genre (written for the State Trumpet stop at St John the Divine - and heard here on that very instrument).
  10. Here is one not far from me in East Sussex - All Saints, Danehill. Lovely Bodley case on the rood screen. http://npor.org.uk/NPORView.html?RI=D01928
  11. Very similar to this instrument: http://www.npor.org.uk/NPORView.html?RI=D06483
  12. Found it here - first volume. http://imslp.org/wiki/The_Organist's_Quarterly_Journal_(Various)
  13. I've got a Fugue in D minor somewhere at home by him. I printed it out from an organ collection of some type from IMSLP quite some time ago, but I forget which. It must have looked interesting enough on paper for me to print out, but I've certainly never played it. I'm sure I can dig it out for you should you be interested (I think there is another piece with it also).
  14. Many thanks for investigating this, Paul. I will contact them regarding this. It would seem that the Introduction and Fugue was published by OUP: http://www.worldcat.org/title/introduction-and-fugue-in-e-minor-for-organ/oclc/9513026&referer=brief_results Tim
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