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sirusnantwich

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  1. http://www.rhinegold.co.uk/classical_music/bbc-singers-announce-new-chief-conductor/
  2. Tom Corns is moving from Warwick to be the new #1 at Sheffield Cathedral
  3. James Lancelot is retiring from Durham this August
  4. He was at Chester for two days before resigning for personal reasons
  5. Sorry...... Maybe you're right Apologies false assumption
  6. Many congratulations to Alex Binns currently organ scholar at Southwark Cathedral on his appointment as Number 2 at St. Edmundsbury!
  7. Yes, not only former Gloucester organ scholar, but current York organ scholar just getting a leg up!
  8. Just to let you know that the RSCM for whom I'm the Northern Regional coordinator, is running a 'which hymnbook should I choose?' at St Paul's, Sale, M33 7YA on Thursday 25th February 2016 starting at 7.30pm It will be run by Rev. Helen Bent - head of Ministerial Training at the RSCM
  9. A solemn funeral liturgy will be held at St. Thomas' at 11am on Saturday 12. September
  10. I gather his funeral details in the U.S. Are now known
  11. David hi Whitlock sonata was a memorable piece played by John I was talking to Andrew Reid earlier this evening about John and Andrew said this was one of the best performances of this piece he had heard when John played it at Westminster Cathedral and Andrew commented that John used no generals and just went up and down the divisionals as necessary Simon
  12. I knew John so well this is a great overwhelming shock I was at Catz the same time as he was at Johns We had some great laughs together one of which was playing football against the Kings and John's choral scholars we always won RIP Scotty
  13. Yes we use it lot at Nantwich. Congregation join in (though not in the Agnus) well and harmoniously. An acceptable useful setting!
  14. London Cathedral? - you mean St.Pauls? And also Tony Pinel - Currently at Grimsby Minster - is to be the Director of Music at St. Chad's Shrewsbury.
  15. Organ Recital given by SIMON RUSSELL (Nantwich Parish Church) on Tuesday 10th June 2014 starting 1310. Retiring Collection. Programme as follows: Fanfare – John Cook Cornet Voluntary – John Travers (1703-1758) Choral No 1 in E – Cesar Franck Air and Gavotte – Samuel Wesley Toccata-Prelude on the Plain-Song, ‘Pange lingua’ – Edward C. Bairstow Prelude on the Welsh Hymn Tune ‘Rhosymedre’ – Ralph Vaughan Williams Paean (no 6 of 6 pieces) – Herbert Howells
  16. Yes - I think half of the fun of playing the Crucifixion these days is utilising just these 'non run-of-the-mill' stops. We did it last year at Nantwich and time spent registrating it beforehand was enjoyable and appreciated by singers and audience alike. Comments like 'we've never heard it make those sounds' before, were intensely satisfying. It was a good performance as well. On a side issue, Maunder's 'Olivet to Calvary' seems to be THE thing to perform in Cheshire just at the moment'
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