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SinaL

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  1. The vicar told me that the whole church will be going through refurbishment within the next few months (or years!), I cant remember which one exactly. It will be closed within that time. Having played the organ there very shortly before the start of this work it was well well-sounding,no problems with the pipes, but there were major problems with the blower, which couldnt even hold just full swell together. I think that St Jude is unfortunately following in the footsteps of HTB. There is more contemporary music and instruments being used during services, and as the church website says, the c
  2. And youre being nice. Its much worse than that. AND ITS A TRIBUTE VIDEO!!
  3. Nope, the poster of the video was there while Diane was playing and he said the organ sounded even worse in person!
  4. And for those who have not yet experienced Feike Asma's eye-popping performance of Widor's Toccata:
  5. Behold, The most pleasant sounding instrument that has been built. It astounds professionals as to how any organbuilder could create such wonderful art Karg Elert's Marche Triomphale will be demonstrated by Diane Bish http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbGjBt3X4qk...feature=related
  6. Opening Voluntary - Allegretto from 5 short pieces, Whitlock. Introit - Coelos Ascendit Hodie, Stanford Responses - Leighton Psalm - 48 (Chant by Garrett) Canticles - St Paul's Service, Howells Anthem - Let all the World, Vaughan Williams Hymn - Saviour again to thy dear name Voluntary - Scherzo from Sonata in E flat, Bairstow
  7. The Fanfare Trumpet and Tuba at St.Bride's Fleet Street are also hair-raising.
  8. So what church are you at, with that dazzling tuba, if you don't mind me asking.
  9. What about the Tubas at St.Michael Cornhill and St.Peter Eaton Square, Belgravia.
  10. That could go on the list, due to the church being so small.
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