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Any info about the new organ? I remember the previous one when it was new - an extension job by Ralph Arnold (they had a 4 manual pipe organ in Sevenoaks parish church in those days, too!).

The new organ is a combination organ by MPOS Ltd. Info on their website and also on the church website. Hoping to try it for myself soon.
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Peter Nardone

(Director of Music, Worcester Cathedral)


lunchtime recital on the historic 1795 Gray organ

& the reconstructed Tudor ‘Wetheringsett’ organ

1.10pm Friday 5th July 2013


Four pieces from Parthenia:


William Byrd (1540 - 1623), Pavana: The Earle of Salisbury

William Byrd (1540 - 1623), Galiardo Secundo

John Bull (1562 – 1628), Galiardo

Orlando Gibbons (1583 – 1625), Fantazia of four parts


J.S. Bach (1685 – 1750), Three Chorale Preludes:


Christ lag in Todes Banden (BWV 718)

Jesu, meine Freude (BWV 713)

Jesus, meine Zuversicht (BWV 728)


John Stanley (1712 – 1786),Voluntary Op. 6 No.3 in G minor


Wide-screen projection of the main organ console

Refreshments available


St Swithun’s, Church Street, Worcester WR1 2RH


Church Street runs off the north end of Worcester’s

pedestrianised High Street (opposite Debenhams).

There are recitals each week through the season.


Admission free, with retiring collection in aid of the organ fund

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19th July 1.10pm at St Swithun's, Church Street, Worcester



James Luxton (Worcester Cathedral)

The 1795 Gray organ, the reconstructed Tudor ‘Wetheringsett’ Organ, and the ‘Queen Elizabeth virginals


To be played on the ‘Wetheringsett’ Tudor organ:-

Anonymous (sixteenth century), The Trowmppettus (MB LXVI.34)

John Redford (d.1547), Eterne rerum conditor (MB I.74)

Thomas Tallis (c1505 – 1585), Iste confessor (MB I.106)

To be played on the ‘Queen Elizabeth’ virginals:-

Peter Philips (c1560-1628), Amarilli (MB LXXV.1)

Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656), Fortune my foe (MB V.61)

To be played on the 1795 Gray organ:-

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621), Balleth del granduca (SwWV 319)

Heinrich Scheidemann (c1595-1663), Toccata

Franz Tunder (1614-1667), Auf meinen lieben Gott

Dieterich Buxtehude (c.1637-1707), Jesus Christus, unser heiland (BuxVW198)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Dies sind die heiligen zehen Gebot (BWV 679)

John Stanley (1713-1786), Voluntary Op 5 No 3 in G

Wide-screen projection of the main organ console

Refreshments available

Admission free, retiring collection

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Dr David Pitches plays the 1854 Sprague at Hammerwood Park near East Grinstead this afternoon at 4pm (20 July):


Stanley (1712 - 1786) Voluntary no. 9 in G
Sweelinck (1562 - 1621) Mein junges Leben hat ein End
Zipoli (1688 - 1726) Elevazione in C
Bach (1685 - 1750) O Gott, du Frommer Gott choral partita
Pachebel (1653 - 1706) Ciaconna in F minor
Brahms (1833 - 1897) Schmucke dich, o liebe Seele

Massenet (1848 - 1912) Elevation, from L'Organiste
Vierne (1870 - 1937) Berceuse (from 24 pieces en style libre)
SS Wesley (1810 - 1876) Choral Song (introduction)

The organ is a one manual instrument, likely the only Sprague still in existence. It was built in 1854 but designed as a much older instrument and features much older pipework. The specification is Open Diapason / Stopped Diapason / Principal / Fifteenth:



This recital forms the first half of today's concert. In contrast the second half features the singer-songwriter and expert guitarist Bella Farny (outdoors, if the weather holds up!).

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Sunday Matinée on the newly restored Hill/Harrison organ

66 stops, 4 manuals

Sunday 21st July 2013 at 3pm

Admission by Programme £3

Refreshments available

AFNOM Exhibition-Concert

given by

Michael Bonaventure & Martin Stacey

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26th July 1.10pm at St Swithun's (Church Street, Worcester WR1 2RH)


Hilary Norris (Leominster)

The 1795 Gray organ & the reconstructed Tudor ‘Wetheringsett’ Organ


To be played on the ‘Wetheringsett’ Tudor organ:-

William Byrd (c1543-1623), A Fancy

Anon (?Redford) Magnificat Vs 3, 5, 9

Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643), Aria detta la Frescobalda (Partes 1-5)


To be played on the 1795 Gray organ:-

Charles Avison (1709-1770), Concerto in C Major Op 9 No 5

John Stanley (1712-1786), Voluntary in G minor Op 5 No 7

John Stanley (1712-1786), Voluntary in D minor Op 5 No 8

John Keeble (c.1711-1786) Voluntary XVI


Wide-screen projection of the main organ console

Refreshments available

Admission free, retiring collection



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9th August 1.10pm at St Swithun's, Church Street, Worcester


Gerdi Troskie (Worcester)

The 1795 Gray organ & the reconstructed Tudor ‘Wetheringsett’ Organ

To be played on the ‘Wetheringsett’ Tudor organ:-

John Bull (1563-1628), Voluntary

John Redford (d.1547), Primo dierum omnium

Thomas Tallis (1505-85), Clarifica me Pater I-III)

To be played on the 1795 Gray organ:-

James Hook (1746-1827), Voluntary X (Largo - Fugue)

James Hook (1746-1827), Voluntary I (Adagio - Allegretto)

Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780), Erbarm dich mein, O Herre Gott

Dieterich Buxtehude (1637-1707), Jesus Christus, unser Heiland

Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-80),Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan

William Felton (1715-1769), Concerto in D, Opus 7 No 4 (Allegro - Larghetto –

A Tempo di Gavotta)

Wide-screen projection of the main organ console

Refreshments available

Admission free, retiring collection
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St Swithun’s, Church Street, Worcester WR1 2R

Peter Bassett (Newick): lunchtime recital on the historic 1795 Gray organ

1.10pm Friday 16th August 2013

Edward Johnson (fl.1572-1601), Pavana (‘Delight’) and Galiarda

set by William Byrd (1540-1623)

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621), Paduana Lachrimae

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Keyboard suite in D minor (HWV 437)

William Hayes (1708-1777), Keyboard concerto in G major (ed. R Langley)

Wide-screen projection of the main organ console


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All Saints, Church Road, Warlingham, Surrey CR6 9NU


(Small) William Hill organ


Sunday 18 August at 6pm (one hour followed by refreshments)


Michael Strange FRCO


Stanley: Voluntary in A minor

JS Bach: Prelude and Fugue in A, BWV 536

Czerny: Prelude in A

SS Wesley: Choral Song and Fugue

Elgar: Vesper Voluntaries

Franck: Prelude, Fugue and Variation

Mathias: Processional


FREE (retiring collection)



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St Swithun’s, Church Street, Worcester WR1 2RH


James Perkins (London): lunchtime recital on the historic 1795 Gray organ & the reconstructed Tudor ‘Wetheringsett’ organ

1.10pm Friday 30th August 2013

To be played on the ‘Wetheringsett’ Tudor organ:-

William Byrd (1543-1623), Voluntary from My Ladye Nevells Booke

William Byrd (1543-1623), The Seconde Pavin and the Galliarde to the same

Benjamin Cosyn (c1570-c1652), Fantasia

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621), Balletto del granduca

To be played on the 1795 Gray organ:-

Georg Böhm (1661 – 1733), Choral partita ‘Ach wie nichtig ach wie flüchtig’

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Three Chorale Preludes:

Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele

O Gott, du frommer Gott

Es ist ein Ros’ entspungen

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750), Fantasia Super ‘Komm Heiliger Geist, herr Gott’

Wide-screen projection of the main organ console


Admission free, with retiring collection in aid of the music fund
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SATURDAY 28th September AT 4:00PM
Dietrich Buxtehude (1636 - 1707)
Prelude in G minor, BuxWV 150
Louis Vierne (1870-1937)
Stele pour un enfant defunt, from Triptyque, op. 58
Cesar Franck (1822-1890)
Choral no.2 in B minor
J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 543
Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
Vallee d' Oberman, transcribed for the organ by Johannes Geffert
Ourania Gassiou was born in Athens and studied the piano at the Nakas Conservatory and the organ at the Athens Concert Hall.
In 2004 she received an entrance scholarship to study under Nicolas Kynaston at the Royal Academy of Music. Whilst at the Academy she was awarded several of the major prizes and awards, including the DipRAM, the most prestigious award for an outstanding final recital. She was also nominated as the Pidem Organ Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music.
In 2006 she was awarded the Eric Thompson Trust Grant to continue her studies with Johannes Geffert in Cologne and Susan Landale in London.
She has been a prize winner in the International Organ Competition of St.Maurice, Switzerland and in the First Mediterranean Piano Competition of Andros.
Ourania maintains a busy schedule as a soloist and ensemble player. She has performed in several venues in the UK, Greece, Germany, Sweden, Spain and Slovakia. She has also participated in a recording project of the Royal Academy of Music with music by English composers.
Ιn 2011 she was appointed Organist of the Athens Concert Hall and she is also the organist of the French Protestant Church in London.
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St Francis' Church, Prince Charles Avenue, Mackworth, Derby, DE22 4FN

Saturday, September 28, 2013

7:30 pm


Organ Dedication


Programme to include music by:


Sweelinck, Bach, Haslam, Brahms, Stanley, Messiaen, Karg-Elert


Organist: Michael Haslam




The first organ to be installed in St. Francis’ was a redundant instrument obtained from a church in Norwich in 1957. Although bearing the label of Norman & Beard Ltd. (of Norwich) and the date 1912, it was found on dismantling to have been based on earlier material, which to some extent accounted for the poor condition in recent times. Its small size (3 Great, 4 Swell, 1 Pedal) may have been just about sufficient in St Francis’ as first built, but in the enlarged church it was quite inadequate.

The replacement organ was obtained in 2011 from Monyash Methodist Church, to which it had been moved 40 years earlier from its previous home at Darlaston Green, near Walsall. Though not carrying any builder’s label, it is without doubt a product of Nicholson & Lord (of Walsall). Its construction clearly indicates that it was begun as a 1-manual, with the Swell added on behind at a very early stage, perhaps even before it left the factory. The serial number 422, marked on pipework of both manuals, is consistent with the date 1884 found on the centre display pipe.

As built there were two “prepared” stops on the Great and one on the Swell; by the time the organ reached Monyash pipework had been supplied to all except the 2’ stop on the Great; other alterations made over the years included conversion of the Pedal to pneumatic action, reconstruction of the console, provision of a balanced swell and removal of the hand blowing apparatus.

In the programme of work completed at Easter 2013 the working parts of the organ have been fully restored, and the console returned to its original format (apart from the balanced swell pedal, which has been reworked). The three originally prepared slides are all now occupied by upperwork (previously entirely absent).


Open Diapason 8 Original

Clarabella 8 Original (drawing Stop Diap. Bass automatically)

Principal 4 Original

Stopped Flute 4 (v. Dulciana) 2013 ex stock

Flageolet 2 2013 ex stock

Mixture III 2013 ex stock (mostly from St Anne’s, Derby)


Viol D’Amour 8 (v. Horn Diapason) 1906 N&I. Dulciana revoiced.

Liebich Gedact 8 Original

Geigen Principal 4 Original

Fifteenth 2 2013 ex stock

Oboe 4 Original from ten. C + bass ex stock


Bourdon 16 Original

3 unison couplers plus Swell Octave to Great

2 composition pedals to Great. Balanced swell (corner pedal)

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C. V. Stanford (1852-1924)

Fantasia & Toccata in D minor, op. 57

John Bull (1562-1628)

Salve Regina (Five versets)

Huw Morgan (b.1975)

Triptych (2013)

Ffanffare - Lullaby - Dialogues

George Haynes (b.1989)

Salve Regina: four meditations

Harold Britton (b.1923)

Variations on "I got rhythm"

Born in London in 1983, David Pipe read Music at Cambridge University as Organ Scholar of Downing

College, later studying organ at the Royal Academy of Music. His organ teachers have included David

Titterington, Susan Landale and Lionel Rogg.

David appears regularly as an organ recitalist, accompanist and conductor. Recent recitals have include

Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral, as well as tours to the USA; he recently performed

Poulenc’s Organ Concerto with Sheffield Symphony Orchestra. He has worked as both organist and

conductor on BBC television and radio, and has featured on several recordings as organist and continuo

player. His first solo recording, a disc of original organ works and transcriptions by Liszt and Brahms,

was released last year to critical acclaim on the SFZ Music label. It was previewed on Radio 3’s

In Tune programme and voted Record of the Month by MusicWeb International. David became

Principal Conductor of York Musical Society in April 2012, and has conducted them in works

including Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem and Bach’s St Matthew Passion.

David came to work at York Minster in September 2008, and was appointed Assistant Director

of Music in September 2010. He performs regularly with local groups and is increasingly in demand

as a teacher.

More details can be found at www.david-pipe.co.uk.


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Heaton Baptist Church, Bradford BD9 5PX Saturday 14th December 2:30pm.


Christmas concert featuring Tony Newnham. Programme yet to be finalised, but will include Cesar Franck & Guillmant played on a Mustel Harmonium. Free admission - offering for Baptist Mission work.

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SATURDAY 30th NOVEMBER at 4:00 p.m.
(St George's RC Cathedral, Southwark)
Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988)
Hymn Fantasias:
Helmsley (Lo, he comes with clouds descending)
Lumetto – Little canonic variations (Jesus bids us shine)
Veni, Emmanuel (O come, O come, Emmanuel)
George Thalben-Ball (1896-1987)
Variation on a theme of Paganini
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen
J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Wachet auf! ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645
(Sleepers, wake!)
Flor Peeters (1903-1986)
Wachet auf! ruft uns die Stimme
Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933)
Wachet Auf! ruft uns die Stimme
J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Nun komm', der Heiden Heiland
(Saviour of the nations, come)
1. Canto Fermo in Soprano BWV 659
2. In Organo Pleno BWV 661
Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn BWV 648
(My soul doth magnify the Lord)
Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn BWV 733
(The 'Magnificat' Fugue)
Improvisation on Chosen Audience Carol
Admission Free - Collection - Buffet
Norman Harper was organ scholar at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and is now organist
and director of the Girls’ Choir at St George’s Metropolitan Cathedral, Southwark. In addition to his CD
recordings, he has performed as soloist in many of the major venues in the UK, including St Paul’s
Cathedral, St John’s College and King’s College Cambridge, the Temple Church, St Dominic’s Priory,
Coventry Cathedral and Southwark Anglican Cathedral, as well as in Germany, France, Estonia, the
Czech Republic, Australia and the USA. He has broadcast solo recitals on BBC Radio 3 and
accompanied numerous choral services on BBC Radio and TV.
Recital venues during 2013 & 2014 include Westminster Abbey, St Michael’s Cornhill, Grosvenor
Chapel, Westminster Cathedral, Bromley Parish Church, St Michael & All Angels Beckenham,
Godalming Parish Church, Christchurch Priory and Central Hall, Westminster.
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This Friday, 31st January at 7.30pm, Jeremy Filsell will give the opening recital on the 25/IIIP St Martin organ at St Michael and All Angels Church, Chiswick (W4 1TT, next to Turnham Green tube). Both organist and organ are sounding great. Entry is free, do come along.


Toccata & Fugue in D minor BWV 565
Pierre Du MAGE
from Livre d’Orgue:
Plein Jeu – Tierce en taille – Basse de Trompette – Récit – Grand Jeu
From the Leipzig Chorales:
Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr'
BWV 662
Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr'
BWV 664
Marcel DUPRÉ
Prélude et Fugue en Sol (G) mineur Op. 7 no. 3
Postlude pour l'office de Complies
Concert Overture in C minor (1899)
Symphonie no I Op. 14: Final

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StMichael and All Angels Bedford Park (St Martin 2013 25/IIIP). The first of our monthly recitals (first Friday of every month at 12.30) will be given this Friday, 7th March, by Nick Wearne organist of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Bach, Mendelssohn, Jeffcoat, Durufle P&F/Alain. Free admission.


Future recitals include Neil Wright on June 6th in a programme of improvisations on pieces from the Bedford Park Festival art exhibition.

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Liverpool Cathedral & Liverpool City Organist
Wednesday 12th March, 2014, 7.45pm


St. Gervais Passacaglia in b Louis Couperin

St. Eustache Lamento & Elves (Douze Pièces Nouvelles) Josef Bonnet

St. Trinité Le Banquet Celeste Olivier Messiaen

Pastorale (Organ Symphony no 1 Op 42.) Alexandre Guilmant

St. Augustin Grand Choeur Dialoguée Eugene Gigout

La Madeleine Prelude in B major (Op.99) Camille Saint-Saens

Toccata in G (Douze Pièces) Theodore Dubois


St. Sulpice Basse et Dessus de Trompette Louis Nicholas Clerambault

Adagio (Sinfonie V) Charles Marie Widor

Ste. Clotilde Pastorale (Six Pièces) Cesar Franck

Improvisation sur le 'Te Deum' Charles Tournemire/Duruflé

Modal en La (Huit Pièces Modales) Jean Langlais

Notre Dame Te Lucis Anteterminum (Tombeau de Titelouze) Marcel Dupré

Allegro Vivace (Symphonie I) Louis Vierne

Scherzo Symphonique Pierre Cochereau



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I don't know if this has been posted before so please accept my apologies if it has.

Christopher Herrick Organ Recital

Wednesday, 19th March at 19:45

Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace

(Supper and refreshments available from 17:30 at the Palace's Privy Restaurant)


"The internationally acclaimed organist will give a recital in aid of the Choral Foundation organ fund on the historic Schrider-Hill organ, recently overhauled by Harrison & Harrison."

Tickets £12 available online from www.hrp.org.uk Call 0844 4827799


Several years ago, when Justason was Justoutofnappies, he was asked to dep for a depping choir at Kingston Parish Church for a service of Evensong. Justamum and I turned up with Justason on the preceding Saturday so he could familiarise himself with the Frobenius, only to find someone sat on the bench doing their stuff. I hesitantly explained that Justason had to prepare for a service the next day, and the gentleman kindly removed himself. Some weeks later I learned that the kind gentleman was, indeed, Christopher Herrick: a gentleman indeed, and a very fine organist.

I don't know what the programme is but I hope you'll consider joining Justamum and I on Wednesday.

Best wishes


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235 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2 8EP
SATURDAY, 29th MARCH at 4:00pm

St Michael’s, Chester Square
Carillon de Westminster - Vierne

Rhosymedre - Vaughan Williams

Overture 'Caesar and Cleopatra' - Bliss arr.Gower

Seven Waves Away - Bliss arr.Gower

Bridal Ceremony (Adam Zero) - Bliss arr.Gower

Intermezzo (Miracle in the Gorbals) - Bliss arr.Gower

The Rout Trot - Bliss arr.Gower

Vesper Voluntaries nos.3, 5, 6 - Elgar

The Tame Bear - Elgar arr.Walker

Variations de Concert - Bonnet

Tom Bell enjoys a varied freelance solo career as an organist, based in London

and active across the UK. He has played additionally in mainland Europe and the

USA, undertaking two tours to the latter encompassing the East Coast and Mid West

in 2013. Tom's debut CD, featuring music by Bliss, Elgar and Malcolm Williamson

recently was released on the Regent label, and was described by one reviewer as

"...a marvellous recording, full of light, from a charismatic and virtuosic musician"

(Organists' Review). His performance on the same disc of Williamson's unjustly

neglected Symphony for Organ was described in American Record Guide as

"brilliant". Tom's playing has been heard on the radio in the UK, Europe and the

United States, including (from the Temple Church in London) a live solo recital on

Dutch Radio 4 as part of their Handel Day, 2009. Highlights in 2014 include the

release of a double CD of contemporary music, the formation of a duo with organist

Richard Brasier, and his debut at the Royal Festival Hall, London as a featured artist

in the Pull Out All The Stops festival. Tom will give two concerts at the RFH, both to

be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and featuring first performances of works by Neil

Hannon and Shlomo.
Tom teaches in a freelance capacity for the Royal College of Organists, and also
on courses run by the Royal School of Church Music and Oundle for Organists,
for whom he will direct a course in 2014. He is organ tutor both at Sevenoaks
School and the Royal Hospital School in Suffolk, and regularly gives masterclasses
(recently Birmingham Conservatoire and the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia). A
passion for education and outreach has led to involvement with many different
schemes, and he is organist to the long-running Organworks project, based at
Eton. Tom is Artistic Director to the London Organ Day, a trustee of the ON Organ
Fund, and serves as Organist and Choir Master at St Michael's Church, Chester
Square in central London. He also writes occasionally, and his work has been
published in BBC Music Magazine, Organists' Review and others.

Tom studied at the Royal Northern College of Music with Kevin Bowyer, also
travelling to Amsterdam to see Jacques van Oortmerssen on an occasional basis.
His repertoire is broad but he harbours a particular love of new music, something
which has led him to premiere many pieces in the last few years. Besides tea
drinking he likes fell walking, good beer and (most of all) steam locomotives.
Free Admission - Collection - Buffet
Also at Bloomsbury -
Two Evening Recitals by Young Performers:
Details of the organ on the NPOR at:

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235 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2 8EP

SATURDAY, 26th APRIL at 4:00pm
J. S Bach (1685-1750)
Fantasia and Fugue in G minor BWV 542
Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend BWV 655
C.H. Parry (1848-1914)
Chorale fantasia on The Old Hundredth
Percy Grainger (1882-1961)
Handel in the Strand
Norman Cocker (1889-1953)
Tuba Tune
Herbert Howells (1892-1983)
Psalm Prelude Set 1 Number 1
Alexander Guilmant (1837-1911)
Sonata in D minor:
1. Introduction and Allegro
2. Pastorale
3. Finale

Luke Bond is currently Assistant Director of Music at Truro Cathedral where
he works with the Cathedral Choir in its six choral services per week and also
accompanies the Choir in broadcasts, tours and recordings on the Cathedral's
famous Father Willis organ.
He grew-up in Gloucester and became the Cathedral Organ Scholar aged 17,
studying with David Briggs. Subsequent posts were held at Bristol Cathedral,
St Mary's Church, Warwick and Clifton College. In Truro Luke also directs St
Mary's Singers and Orchestra with whom he has programmed a diverse
repertoire of works from Stravinsky's Dumbarton Oaks to Copland's Old
American Songs. The choir recently performed Bach's St Matthew Passion in
a liturgical context.
He works regularly as organ and piano accompanist, most recently with Julia
Hwang (BBC4 Lark Ascending) and Grace Davidson (in Handel's Gloria). Luke
is collaborating with the trumpeter Ross Brown in a programme of new trumpet
and organ transcriptions for publication and recording on the Regent Label,
with whom he made a solo organ disc last year which has received numerous
five star reviews.
Luke has given first performances of works by numerous composers, most recently
works by David Bednall and Paul Drayton. Luke recently accompanied the first
broadcast of Julian Philips' anthem Church Music (from Choirbook for the Queen).
His freelance work takes him out of Truro and often includes being Organist on the
Eton Choral Course, and working with Andrew Nethsingha on a summer course in
Chinon, France, and a tour to Sweden in 2014.
Free Admission - Collection - Buffet
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St Paul's, Mill Hill

The Ridgeway


Sunday 27th April at 6pm

Admission Free

Samuel Austin

S S Wesley (1810-1876) Choral Song and Fugue

Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) Rhosymedre

J S Bach (1685-1750) Fantasia and Fugue in G minor BWV 542

Samuel Wesley (1766-1837) Air and Gavotte

Cesar Franck (1822-1890) Chorale no. 3 in A minor

Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) Peer Gynt Suite no. 1

Nigel Ogden (b 1954) Penguin's Playtime

Georgi Mushel (1909-1989) Toccata

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The next Lunchtime recital at St Michael and All Angels, Bedford Park, London W4 (part of the regular first Friday of every month series) will be on Friday 6th June at 12.30 pm.


Neil Wright (Farnborough Abbey)


Improvisations on entries in the Bedford Park Festival art exhibition


We're really excited about this one. Neil is a great improviser. Here is a series of improvisations on 'Picardy' which he filmed at Farnborough



admission free

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