Guest spottedmetal Posted February 15, 2008 Share Posted February 15, 2008 Dear All A wonderful booklet appeared out of the woodwork this morning entitled "CHURCH ORGANS and ORGAN CASES" by Andrew Freeman. His choice of organs worthy of illustration is particularly interesting as Revd Freeman's judgment must have been "spot on" as it included the organ that I realise now was my inspiration at the age of 4. The subsequent history of the list of organs is therefore clearly worth watching: 1. St Stephen's, Old Radnor, 1520 2. St Nicholas' Stanford, Northants 1580 3. St Katherine's, Little Bardfield, Essex 1680 4. St Nicholas', Deptford, SE, 1697 5. St Michael's Sculthorpe, Norfolk, 1756 6. Warminster Parish Church, Wilts, 1792 7. St Mary the Virgin, West Tofts, Norfolk, 1850 8. Church of the Assumption, Harlton, Cambs, 1869 9. St Peter's Yaxley, Hunts, 1910 10. Carshalton Parish Church, 1937 11 and 12. St Nicholas, Hardwicke, Glos, 1938 Does anyone know these instruments and what has happened to them since? Best wishes Spottedmetal Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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