DaveHarries Posted August 30, 2009 Share Posted August 30, 2009 Hi all, The organ of bristol Cathedral is out of action for the next 5 weeks for some work which, in the service sheet this morning, is described as a renovation. I gather that the work relates to the action of the Swell division. In the meantime a 3-manual Allen Quantum (electronic) organ is in use. Sounded very impressive this morning with the organist accompanying the visiting choir (who were The Ravenscroft Singers: very good performance of Schubert's Mass in G with the motet being Messiaen's "O sacrum convivium") playing the Crand Ghoeur in D, op. 18 by Guilmant as the concluding Voluntary. The work on the Cathedral's main organ is understood to be in the hands of EA Cawston (Cam, nr. Dursley). Dave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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