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Late Arrivals At The Organists' Ball

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well whatever it is you've started, it's brought delight to a muggy afternoon. thank you

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Mr and Mrs Olone and Vi.

 

Mr and Mrs Phone and Bary...

 

Mr Flute and daughter Fern.

 

Mr. Ross Ignol.

 

Mr & Mrs. Estrina and daughter Sylv...

 

 

 

And don't for get, with today's weather, the Swelter Pedal...

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Was the organ at the organists' ball used to accompany the singing of that well known trio Benny Dictus, Agnes Day and their friend Gloria Inexcelsis?

 

Malcolm

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Was the organ at the organists' ball used to accompany the singing of that well known trio Benny Dictus, Agnes Day and their friend Gloria Inexcelsis?

No. The second member of the trio was the famous Scottish singer, Angus Day.

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No. The second member of the trio was the famous Scottish singer, Angus Day.

 

Ever meet his sister Holly?

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Mr and Mrs Vre d'Orgue and their son, Lee.

 

Mr and Mrs Gegrusset and their son, Si.

 

The rather common Mr and Mrs Entispartibus and their son 'arry.

 

From the Valleys, please welcome Mr and Mrs Alog Sur Les Grands Jeux and their son, Dai.

 

And Mrs and Mrs See de Tierce en Taille and their son, Ray.

 

Two chaps both called Harry, with their sons from up north - yes, it's Harry's son and Harry's son of Durham.

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From France, M et Mme Enson, and their talented singing son: "choral" Yves Enson.

 

The music at the end of the ball will be played by another Welshman, the son of Mr and Mrs Sionel - Rhys S Sionel.

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Try Anagrams. Far harder and far more fun.

 

I do the Guardian cryptic most days though this thread seems to have captured the collective imagination, but if you want,"let's go, later, west (drunk), getting our hands on a pair" (5,2,5).

 

P

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I do the Guardian cryptic most days though this thread seems to have captured the collective imagination, but if you want,"let's go, later, west (drunk), getting our hands on a pair" (5,2,5).

Swell to Great - and I claim my £5!

 

Here's another:

 

Organist arranges more in stops with point (5,7)

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Swell to Great - and I claim my £5!

 

Here's another:

 

Organist arranges more in stops with point (5,7)

 

Simon Preston - can I have my £5 back please?

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Confusion over wet hand in lavatory? Not in Tonbridge anymore! (6,5,6)

Hilary Davan Wetton.

 

Old services note retuned stringy ranks (6,3,6)

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Was that clue too easy? I'm still working on yours.

 

Cornet des Violes

 

Alternatively, a horse travelling back is sort of square, but that's me! (8)

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And while you're working on that -

 

Hardy gets one in: "that's another fine __". Setter, having diphthong, needs starter; he's one of our writers. (7,8)

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And while you're working on that -

 

Hardy gets one in: "that's another fine __". Setter, having diphthong, needs starter; he's one of our writers. (7,8)

 

<Fast Show voice> ...nice...

 

Olivier Messiaen.

 

I've run out of inspiration.

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Cornet des Violes

 

Alternatively, a horse travelling back is sort of square, but that's me! (8)

 

Organist!

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