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notebasher

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    Wilsden, West Yorkshire, UK
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    Organist, Shipley St Paul.<br /><br />Bradford Organists' Association council member.<br /><br />Singing- choral and baritone soloist (member of Aire Valley Singers), concerts, photography (Bradford Camera Club member), art.<br /><br />Retired March 2008
  1. St John Bowling (Anglican church) had an Anneessens organ which was scrapped off maybe 20 years ago. At the time I was at St Wilfrid Lidget Green and we bought the pedal reed off them and installed it in that organ. As I recall the rest of the organ was scrapped. R
  2. Yes Peter I liked the bit about the 32' reed too - we'd all like one of those! But without knowing the internals of the cathedral organ, they do take up rather a lot of space! Some would say that organ needs a great 16' double first, the only manual double is a 16' quintaton on the choir. Shame about your lunch though... R
  3. Yes it was quite the highest attendance I've seen there at a recital for some time, and an excellent start to the Bradford Association's centenary year. And then this morning up here in the frozen north we woke up to some 3" of snow to negotiate - the 15 minute journey to Shipley took twice as long... R
  4. Bradford Organists' Association are organising an 'Organ Extravaganza' featuring Carlo Curley at Bradford Cathedral on Saturday 20th February, 7.30 p.m. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions). This is part of the Association's Centenary Year celebrations. BOA is 100 years old and 100+ members strong (no founder members now, sadly!). Ron
  5. St Paul's Shipley, West Yorkshire. Saturday 28 November at 2.30 p.m., Organ Concert by Paul Fisher, see http://www.paulfishermusic.co.uk/index.php who will play this programme:- `Mr Men & Little Misses` - arr. Fisher; A Ground (from `Little Organ Suite`) - Nigel Allcoat; Prelude & Fugue in C major BWV547 (`The Great`) - JS Bach; Clair de Lune (from `Pieces de Fantaisie`) - Louis Vierne; Fantaisie in A - Cesar Franck; `Sheila`s Rock Cakes`(World Premiere) - Paul Fisher; Love Song - Paul Fisher; Penguins` Playtime - Nigel Ogden; Toccata - Eugene Gig
  6. What, every note in time, every time?
  7. Yes but much as I actually enjoy this tune, try doing it without a choir to lead the congregation... R
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