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  1. Yes, that was one of my points. We can't, and shouldn't, rely on the "organ public" any more. They are notoriously fickle in their taste (you know the sort: Bach is rubbish, and Reger is worse, give me Lef├ębure-Wely any day). But, just how we attract the mainstream musical public and other new listeners to the organ is a recurring topic. And, before I jet off to warmer climes for a few weeks, does the ever increasing number of CDs DVDs and YouTube videos maintain an interested audience, or does it stop them coming to experience the live thing? Best wishes, Michael Hedley If you are
  2. Pressed enter too soon.... Hello, It must be said that tourists don't easily find that church, organ lovers aren't very keen on the instrument, and the series is not well advertised. In my own church opposite the Central Station, we averaged five times that number in this year's Summer series. Still not great, I know, but consider the organ overkill going on, not bad. With the Haarlem Festival (whose closing concert by Latry was attended by the whole Summer Academy), Amsterdam itself, and several major organs within a half hour train ride, it's not so easy to get the numbe
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