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STEPHEN DISLEY will be appearing at;

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue at 4pm this coming Saturday.

nearest tube Tottenham Court Rd.

retiring collection.

020 7240 0544

Colin Richell.

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BARNET PARISH CHURCH (3 man Hilll, Rothwell, Mander) - Saturday 2nd October @ 7.30 (I think!)

 

GEORGE INSCOE (Very promising 'teens' organist - former Head Chorister at Canterbury Cathedral)

 

Recital to include music by AJJ - sorry about the plug - nothing 'scary' though!

 

A :blink:

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Just been sent details of the Second Cirencester Organ Festival Programme

 

Daily lunchtime recitals (June 2011) by internationally renowned organists:

 

Gillian Weir

Roger Fisher

Anthony Hammond

Daniel Cook

Keith Hearnshaw

Nigel Ogden and

Christopher Kent

 

Difficult to know which one of those to miss.

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Just a reminder, that on saturday, 2nd Oct, a friend of mine, is playing a recital in Durham Cathedral, as part of my fathers masonic fundraising endeavours here

Peter

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Thursday 7th October at 7.30pm

PETER DYKE will be playing the organ of Wrekin College Chapel

Music to include Hindemith, Franck Chorale 3 and a couple of orchestral arrangements by Peter himself...

there will be a video screen so that you can see him as well as hear him.

Organ large 2 manual Rushworth, rebuilt by Nicholsons in 2004.

Tickets £6 on the door...if you pm me then it'll be half that...

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St Peter's Church, Petersham Sat 2 October at 12 Noon

 

James McVinnie of Westminster Abbey will play an all-Bach programme on the new St Martin organ:

- Prelude in E flat BWV 552i

- Prelude and Fugue in F BWV 880 from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier II

- Two choral preludes on Dies sind die heiligen zehen Gebot BWV 678, 679

- Prelude and Fugue in B flat minor BWV 867 from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier I

- Four Duetti BWV 802 – 805 from Clavierübung III

- Fugue in E flat BWV 552ii

 

Free entry, retiring collection

 

Petersham is a village between Richmond and Kingston upon Thames

http://www.petershamvillage.org/PV/Maps.html

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Christ Church, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex

Saturday 30th October at 7.30 pm

 

Prof. Ian Tracey (Liverpool Cathedral) plays the 150th Anniversary Organ Recital

 

Walter (known as Harry) Goss-Custard (1871-1964), the first Organist of Liverpool Cathedral from 1917 until 1955, was born in St Leonards and was the son of Walter Goss-Custard, Organist at Christ Church from 1864 (when the Old Christ Church was only just in use) until his death in 1907.

 

Organ Info: http://www.christchurchstleonards.org/html...ebpage&id=4

 

Tickets £10 (to include a glass of wine)

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Christ Church, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex

Saturday 30th October at 7.30 pm

 

Prof. Ian Tracey (Liverpool Cathedral) plays the 150th Anniversary Organ Recital

 

Walter (known as Harry) Goss-Custard (1871-1964), the first Organist of Liverpool Cathedral from 1917 until 1955, was born in St Leonards and was the son of Walter Goss-Custard, Organist at Christ Church from 1864 (when the Old Christ Church was only just in use) until his death in 1907.

 

Organ Info: http://www.christchurchstleonards.org/html...ebpage&id=4

 

Tickets £10 (to include a glass of wine)

 

I was taken to meet Harry Goss-Custard in 1948 at his house by the cathedral when visiting my uncle in Birkenhead. I just remember that he seemed a very old man! (I was nine). My grandfather was first Sub-Dean of Liverpool in the mid 20s and uncle had been allowed to sit in the organ loft.

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Recitals at Lichfield Cathedral, 7.30 pm:

 

Tomorrow (12 October) Martyn Rawles, Cathedral Organist, "Musical portraits of Paris and London" - including Mozart, Vierne, Vaughan Williams. £10 with CCTV of the Organist's socks and interval wine/soft drink.

 

9th November "Many hands play light works" Reqests and multi player pieces from the four cathedral organ players: Martyn Rawles, Nigel Argust and Ben & Cathy Lamb. Also £10.

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St Peter's Church, Petersham Sat 20 November at 12 Noon

 

Adrian Lenthall will play an all-Bach programme on the new St Martin organ:

 

- Pastorella (in four movements) BWV 590

- Pièce d’Orgue (“Fantasia in G major”) BWV 572

- Chorale Prelude on Erbarm‘ dich mein, o Herre Gott BWV 721

- Chorale Prelude on Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (from Orgelbüchlein) BWV 633

- Canonic Variations on the Christmas hymn Vom Himmel Hoch BWV 769

 

Free entry, retiring collection

 

Petersham is a village between Richmond and Kingston upon Thames

http://www.petershamvillage.org/PV/Maps.html

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St Peter's Church, Petersham Sat 20 November at 12 Noon

 

Adrian Lenthall will play an all-Bach programme on the new St Martin organ:

 

- Pastorella (in four movements) BWV 590

- Pièce d’Orgue (“Fantasia in G major”) BWV 572

- Chorale Prelude on Erbarm‘ dich mein, o Herre Gott BWV 721

- Chorale Prelude on Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier (from Orgelbüchlein) BWV 633

- Canonic Variations on the Christmas hymn Vom Himmel Hoch BWV 769

 

Free entry, retiring collection

 

Petersham is a village between Richmond and Kingston upon Thames

http://www.petershamvillage.org/PV/Maps.html

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BLOOMSBURY CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Tottenham Court Rd, London

Saturday 27th November 4pm

Richard Hills will appear.

retiring collection

enquiries 020 7240 0544 or see web site

Colin Richell

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St Peter's Church, Petersham Sat 5 February at 6pm - Tickets are selling fast!

 

Thomas Trotter will play the following programme on the new St Martin organ:

 

MOZART Fantasia K 608

Susanne van Soldt Manuscript: Brande champanje – Daphne – Almande

STANLEY Voluntary Op 5 no 1 in C major

C.P.E.BACH Sonata in D major Wq 70/5

D.LOCKLAIR Rubrics – a liturgical suite for organ

C.SAINT-SAENS Prelude & Fugue in B major

Fantaisie in E flat

 

Tickets £10 (or £5 under 19 / students) - please email music@jjkassociates.com for booking details.

 

Petersham is a village between Richmond and Kingston upon Thames

http://www.petershamvillage.org/PV/Maps.html

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Would it be a good idea for forum members to advertise here recitals they are giving in the near future so that others in their area (or even beyond) could come along to offer support and maybe even raise a glass or two afterwards? Just a thought.....

 

Peter

 

 

 

SATURDAY 29TH JANUARY

CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST TEN YEARS OF ORGANISTS ONLINE AT

BLOOMSBURY CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH, TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD, LONDON WC.

PROGRAMME.

1-30 LIGHT REFRESHMENTS

1-55 INTRODUCTION PHILIP NORMAN

2-00 RECITAL 1 STUART WHATTON

2-15 PRESENTATION 1 FITZJOHN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS

2-50 PRESENTATION 2 GREGORIAN MUSIC

3-25 RECITAL 3 SUSAN HEATH DOWNEY

3-40 PRESENTATION 3 BC SHEPHERD AND SONS RENOWNED ORGAN BUILDERS

4-00 RECITAL BY CHERRY-WILLOWS PAUL

4-14 PRESENTATION 4 SMALL CHOIRS MUSIC

4-35 BUFFET

5-30 CELEBRITY RECITAL-DAVID APRAHAMIAN LIDDLE-FORMER ALEXANDRA PALACE ORGANIST.

6-30 END.

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St Peter's Church, Petersham

 

Saturday 30 April at 12 midday

 

Andrew Benson-Wilson

 

À la Française

 

Michel Corrette (1707-95) Plein Jeu, Duo, Recit de Trompette

 

Boehm (1661-1733) Vater Unser im Himmelreich

 

Louis Couperin (c1626-1661) Fantasia (à Paris au mois de décembre 1656)

 

Purcell (1659-1695) Voluntary for Double Organ

 

De Grigny (1672-1703) Récit de Tierce en Taille, Fugue, Fugue à 5

 

JS Bach (1683-1750) Fantasia in c (BWV 562)

 

Balbastre (1724-99) Marche des Marseillois

 

ADMISSION FREE – RETIRING COLLECTION

 

St Peter’s

Church Lane

Petersham Road

RICHMOND

TW10 7AA

 

Organ details from the NPOR at:

www.npor.org.uk/cgi-bin/Rsearch.cgi?Fn=Rsearch&rec_index=P00563

 

Tube or Rail to Richmond then Bus 65 to The Dysart (gastro-pub); as you face The Dysart, Church Lane is a short distance to the left; about 45 minutes from Waterloo.

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Worcester Cathedral, Saturday 7th May, 6.30pm

£10 admission (free for under 16s)

 

Organ Recital by Christopher Allsop (Assistant Organist, Worcester Cathedral)

 

 

1. Gloria movements from Messe pour les couvents de religieux et religieuses - François Couperin 1668 – 1733

with plainsong sung by the Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir

 

Plein Jeu ~ Petite fugue sur le cromorne ~ Duo sur les tierces ~ Basse de trompette ~ Cromorne en taille ~ Dialogue sur la voix humaine ~ Dialogue sur les tierces et la basse sur la trompette ~ Récit de tierce ~ Dialogue sur les grands jeux

 

2. Voluntary in D (Op. 6, No. 6) - John Stanley 1712 – 1786

Adagio ~ Andante ~ Adagio ~ Allegro

 

3. Prelude and Fugue on BACH - Franz Liszt 1811 – 1886

 

4. Concerto in A minor (BWV 593) - Antonio Vivaldi 1678 – 1741 arr. J.S. Bach 1685 – 1750

Allegro ~ Adagio ~ Allegro

 

5. Lotus -Billy Strayhorn 1915 – 1967 arr. Alec Wyton 1921 – 2007

 

6. Choral No. 3 in A minor - César Franck 1822 –1890

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Would it be a good idea for forum members to advertise here recitals they are giving in the near future so that others in their area (or even beyond) could come along to offer support and maybe even raise a glass or two afterwards? Just a thought.....

 

Peter

 

May I, on behalf of Roger Fisher and Benjamin Saunders, give information about their Recital on the 1870 Cavaille-Coll Great Organ in the Parr Hall, Warrington on Friday, 17th June, 2011 at 7.30pm. The programme of music to be played by Roger Fisher is as follows:-

 

Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921): Fantaisie in E flat - (i) Con moto & (ii) Allegro di molto e con fuoco.

 

Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937): Andante Cantabile (from Symphony no 4 in F minor).

 

Cesar-Auguste-Jean-Guillaume-Hubert Franck (1822-1890): Pastorale (opus 19) Dedicated to Aristide Cavaille-Coll.

 

Cesar Franck: Chorale in A minor.

 

Louis Vierne (1870-1937): Naiades (Pieces de Fantaisie, Opus 55).

 

Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911): March on a theme of Handel.

 

Please note that this is not only the 200th anniversary of Cavaille-Coll's birth, but also the hundredth anniversary of Guilmant's death.

 

Saint-Saens and Widor shared the first two performances on this instrument in March 1870. A third programme was given soon after by Alexandre Guilmant.

 

Following its installation in the private home of Mr Hopwood, Bracewell, England, the organ was inaugurated by William Spark on November 7, 1870.

Tempo Primo.

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Worcester Cathedral, Saturday 7th May, 6.30pm

£10 admission (free for under 16s)

 

Organ Recital by Christopher Allsop (Assistant Organist, Worcester Cathedral)

 

 

1. Gloria movements from Messe pour les couvents de religieux et religieuses - François Couperin 1668 – 1733

with plainsong sung by the Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir

 

Plein Jeu ~ Petite fugue sur le cromorne ~ Duo sur les tierces ~ Basse de trompette ~ Cromorne en taille ~ Dialogue sur la voix humaine ~ Dialogue sur les tierces et la basse sur la trompette ~ Récit de tierce ~ Dialogue sur les grands jeux

 

2. Voluntary in D (Op. 6, No. 6) - John Stanley 1712 – 1786

Adagio ~ Andante ~ Adagio ~ Allegro

 

3. Prelude and Fugue on BACH - Franz Liszt 1811 – 1886

 

4. Concerto in A minor (BWV 593) - Antonio Vivaldi 1678 – 1741 arr. J.S. Bach 1685 – 1750

Allegro ~ Adagio ~ Allegro

 

5. Lotus -Billy Strayhorn 1915 – 1967 arr. Alec Wyton 1921 – 2007

 

6. Choral No. 3 in A minor - César Franck 1822 –1890

 

The power of advertising! Two Cathedrals both within 1hr drive of me had recitals last night and I would happily have attended either. But both Cathedral websites had listed their recitals and expected people to turn up with no idea on them of what was to be played. I am a bit obsessed about this as we are treated as second class citizens. This would not be the situation if an orchestra was playing; a programme would be published. Thanks to Mr Allsop publishing details here I chose his recital and very enjoyable it was too. I was particularly interested in the Couperin with chant and organ. The basse de trompette was wonderful with just the right amount of splash and the plein and grande jeux hung together very well. I now see it is possible to make up a cornet on the Gt, something I had not noticed before. It was good to renew an acquaintance with the ending Franck as well. I am glad I went even if I was drenched upon leaving. Would that more had made the effort!

PJW

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St Peter's Church, Petersham

 

Saturday 21 May at 12 midday

 

Tim Wakerell of St Paul's Cathedral, London

 

Dietrich Buxtehude Praeludium in C BuxWV 137

Nicolas de Grigny Récit de Tierce en Taille

Johann Sebastian Bach Trio super Allein Gott in der Höh’ sei Ehr BWV 664

Felix Mendelssohn Sonata IV in B flat

Félix Alexandre Guilmant Final from Sonata I in D minor op.42

 

ADMISSION FREE – RETIRING COLLECTION

 

St Peter’s

Church Lane

Petersham Road

RICHMOND

TW10 7AA

 

Organ details from the NPOR at:

www.npor.org.uk/cgi-bin/Rsearch.cgi?Fn=Rsearch&rec_index=P00563

 

Tube or Rail to Richmond then Bus 65 to The Dysart (gastro-pub); as you face The Dysart, Church Lane is a short distance to the left; about 45 minutes from Waterloo.

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I wonder if I might be permitted to draw members' attention to Dr. Jackson's recital at Lancaster (RC) Cathedral tomorow (Friday) at 7.30pm.

 

This follows closely on his appearance at Lincoln on Monday last which, I have been told by Colin Walsh, was a TREMENDOUS success!

 

I'm afraid that I don't have any details of a programme.

 

DW

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Peter King will return to Lichfield for a Festival recital

(http://www.lichfieldfestival.org/blog/2011/04/18/peter-king/)

 

Friday 8th July, at 12 noon

Chapelle de Guillaume Tell - Liszt

Prelude and Fugue in E minor - Mendelssohn

Sposalizio - Liszt

Two Canons from opus 56: v in B minor, vi in B - Schumann

Fantasia and Fugue on “Ad nos, ad salutarem undam” - Liszt

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I wonder if I might be permitted to draw members' attention to Dr. Jackson's recital at Lancaster (RC) Cathedral tomorow (Friday) at 7.30pm.

 

This follows closely on his appearance at Lincoln on Monday last which, I have been told by Colin Walsh, was a TREMENDOUS success!

 

I'm afraid that I don't have any details of a programme.

 

DW

CANCELLATION

 

Unfortunately Mrs. Jackson has been taken ill suddenly and is in hospital - therefore this recital is cancelled.

 

DW

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CANCELLATION

 

Unfortunately Mrs. Jackson has been taken ill suddenly and is in hospital - therefore this recital is cancelled.

 

DW

Very sorry to hear the news, but many thanks for informing the board of the cancellation.

A

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