ptindall Posted January 25, 2011 Share Posted January 25, 2011 'and work against the interests of the communities in which organs may exist to serve an evolving purpose.' The problem here is that the 'interests of the communities' involve, for instance, the attitude of most Baptist churches and the NHS, which want to throw out all the organs, good, bad or indifferent. And there are similar feelings in the Church of England in many places, for instance Emmanuel Church Loughborough, an organ widely regarded as one of the best in the area. 'A traditionalist at heart, I am nevertheless very conscious that many British instruments are the sum of their alterations over the years,' And some aren't. So how are we supposed to preserve either sort from random alteration without controls? ' Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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